WJI Buzz - Belz, Breakey, Pipkin, Ellis

Aug 9, 2012

Drew Belz (guest teacher ‘12) is co-producer of a new documentary film, Build Me a World, which will premiere in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on August 16. The film tells the story of The Howard School in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which was founded in 1865, making it the oldest black public high school in the South. For tickets and more information, go to fancyrhino.ticketleap.com/buildmeaworld.

Caleb Breakey (‘05 and Urbana Today 06) recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a DVD Series about “Following Jesus Without Leaving the Church.” For more information about the project, click here. Breakey is an author and writer, and his blog, calebbreakey.com, explores the how of following Jesus, healing the church, doing relationships, and growing in unity. Breakey is a graduate of Western Washington University.

Whitney Pipkin (‘09) writes a blog called thinkabouteat.com, “a journalist's look at what we consume and why.” Pipkin also freelances writing about food, agriculture, the environment and the military for The Washingtonian and Flavormagazines. Pipkin lives in the Washington, D.C., area, is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma.

Jenna Ellis (’05) is now Deputy District Attorney at Weld County District Attorney’s Office. Ellis holds a J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law and a B.A. from Colorado State University.

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