Michael Le Buhn is currently working toward his Masters of Divinity Degree at Vanderbilt Divinity School. After serving 8 years in the U.S. Army, he earned BA and BS degrees in Philosophy and Psychology respectively from the University of Illinois. Much of his research, writing, and public speaking has been centered on issues related to combat veterans such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, substance abuse, and veteran suicide. Currently, he is interested in the intersection of Faith and Justice and seeks to understand systems of oppression and the theological and ethical obligation to confront such systems and restore the oppressed. He is interning for the summer, fall, and spring semesters and looks forward to working with Open Table’s Street Chaplains. Michael enjoys hiking, reading, longboarding with his daughter, gardening with his partner, playing darts with his friends and collecting comic books.
Abby is a second year graduate student at Vanderbilt University, pursuing dual degrees in Community Development and Action, and Theological…
Hunter is eager to explore nonprofit management and build his leadership skills while working with a high quality team throughout the summer
Joi is passionate about seeking solutions to local policies and federal legislation that perpetuate cycles of poverty and subjugation for marginalized peoples