December 20, 2015 ♦
President Ferlo today announced several faculty and staff changes as Bexley Seabury prepares to consolidate and operate from one site, in Chicago, in Fall 2016.
Three to continue…one addition to staff.
All three faculty members now resident in Columbus will continue with Bexley Seabury as it forms a single-campus community, with some changes in responsibilities.
Vice President and Academic Dean Tom Ferguson will transition to adjunct professor of Episcopal and Anglican History as he begins a new ministry, as rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Sandwich, Mass. Tom will participate in 2016 Bexley Seabury Commencement activities and in the celebration of what will have been a 17-year collaboration with Trinity Lutheran Seminary.
Associate Professor of Anglican Theology Jason Fout (Seabury ’01) will continue with Bexley Seabury in his current position.
Director of Field Education and Formation KyungJa (KJ) Oh (Seabury ’00) will continue with Bexley Seabury in her current staff position and on the faculty as lecturer in Practical Theology.
Beginning January 1, Jaime Briceño will join Bexley Seabury as Recruiter and Digital Missioner. A native Costa Rican, Briceño is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese. He will graduate from Catholic Theological Union this fall with a research MA in systematic theology. Briceño lives in Hyde Park with his wife and two daughters and is a member of St. Paul and the Redeemer Episcopal Church in Hyde Park, Ill.