Liaison to Evangelical Christian Communities
Kat Hampson serves as Liaison to the Evangelical communities - supporting the spiritual, educational, pastoral, and worship needs of Wellesley students; engaging the community in multifaith dialogue, study, service, and reflection; and advocating for the needs of the incredibly diverse evangelical/non-
denominational/charismatic Christian student community. Kat holds a B.A. from Tufts University in Psychology and Child Development, and has served in Christian campus ministry at Wellesley College with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA from 2010 to 2015.
Having grown up as a Filipino in the United Arab Emirates, she is particularly interested in intercultural/multicultural ministry and community, multifaith and multidenominational ecumenism, Christian theology in global contexts, restorative/transformative justice, and racial justice & reconciliation. She is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity degree at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, working as a research assistant for the Center for the Study Global Christianity, and serving as a pastoral intern at Highrock Quincy Covenant Church.
She and her husband, Ben, live in Quincy, MA, and both love running along the beach, coffee, the New England fall colors, breaking into song and dance, and their German Shepherd dog, Bonnie.