Jacqueline is the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Student Life and a graduate of Gordon College (’13) where she studied Political Science and Biblical Studies. In her time working at Gordon, Jacqueline has created, organized and led leadership development programs, including LAUNCH, advised a mission trip and the Model United Nations team, and was the Administrative Director for the Association of Christians in Student Development Conference in 2016. Jacqueline is currently pursuing a Master’s at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and gets excited about the Old Testament, spiritual disciplines, and how understanding the two make us better Christians and citizens. Outside of work, Jacqueline is an active member of her church in Gloucester and frequently talks about the Levitical Law with her seminary husband.
Matt Vaselkiv serves as the Assistant Director of Student Success Initiatives at Gordon College where he oversees programming on the first and second-year experience. He leads the Gordon Orientation Program, works as the Coordinator for the Sophomore Calling and Career Conference, and oversees the Launch Program. Prior to his current role at Gordon, Matt worked as a Resident Director in Evans Hall. Before joining Gordon, Matt worked as the Director of leadership Programs at Christian Camps and Conferences and taught in Baltimore City Public Schools. He holds a B.A. from Wheaton College, a certificate in Organizational Behavior from the Harvard Extension School, and is pursuing a Master’s Degree at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Matt is passionate about spiritual and leadership development in college students.
Jordan Bellamy is a sophomore Clarendon Scholar who was born and raised in Washington, D.C. Her dedication to serve her community and passion for politics allowed her to pursue an interdisciplinary program through Gordon's Kenneth Pike Honors Program, in Culture and Political Philosophy. Her desire to play an active role in engaging public policy for the purpose of human flourishing has afforded her the opportunity to have internships in the Maryland House of Delegates with Delegate Mary-Beth Carozza, and at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) working in the office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations (CIR). Bellamy represents the Gordon College community as an Executive Member for the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a Student Ambassador, Editor for the Academic Journal, Princemere, and as a LAUNCH Coordinator. Jordan loves to play guitar with friends, cook, and is an avid soccer player and enthusiast.
Hanna Im is a junior A.J. Gordon Scholar from Moscow, Russia, majoring in sociology. Passionate about bringing transformation to different people, cultures, and societies, from the spring of 2017, she interned for International Students Services' Cross Cultural Seminar Series to facilitate large group programming for 200+ international students. Hanna currently serves as the Administrative Coordinator for Campus Events Council, Intern for the Cross Cultural Seminar Series, and LAUNCH Coordinator.