Jim Hagan is a native Washingtonian and a graduate of George Mason University and Reformed Theological Seminary. After a career in government, he has focused his energies on training the next generation. He was first captured by the beauty of the Study Center movement when his two daughters attended the University of Virginia and greatly benefited from the Center for Christian Study there. This experience fueled his desire to found Study Center at Georgetown. He serves as the Fellowship’s Executive Director. He also is the campus minister for CCO on campus.
He and his wife, Betsy, live in the Glover Park neighborhood of DC. They have four children and six grandchildren. One of his great loves is music, and in particular that of Bob Dylan. As well, he is an Anglican deacon at The Church of the Resurrection on Capitol Hill.
Sulmane Maigadi loves listening to and helping others navigate their struggles and deepen their faith. This has been the catalyst for his dedication teaching and counseling young adults, which began over a decade ago in his native country of Nigeria. After some time, he decided to pursue an advanced degree in theology and religion at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in Boston. Upon graduating, Sulmane and his wife moved to Washington, DC and began attending The Church of the Resurrection.
In February of 2020, Sulmane was ordained an Anglican deacon. And in April of 2021, he became a curate at The Church of the Resurrection. He also holds a master’s degree from ECWA Theological Seminary in Jos, Nigeria.
Tim Scheiderer has been working with young people for over 25 years. His first opportunity came the summer after graduating from high school and the opportunities continued through college. Following college, he moved to Washington, DC, began his journalism career, and served in his church’s youth ministry. After he married, Tim entered seminary and obtained an M.div. from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. While in seminary, he and his wife assisted with establishing a campus ministry at Georgetown University.
Presently, Tim writes essays and articles for several online publications. He is also the editor for The St. Charles Institute, which fights for international religious freedom. Tim and his wife, along with their daughter, live in Sterling, VA.