Chaplains & Executive Co-Directors of Westminster Foundation

Photo by Jeremy Kim

Photo by Jeremy Kim

Revs. Andrew and Len Scales

Andrew and Len met while completing their Master of Divinity degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary,

and are excited to be serving as partners in ministry.

Len deeply appreciates the diversity of God’s people and is eager to gather students to discuss the impact of faith on identity. She recently served as the Minister for Community, Care, and Connection at Arch Street Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia and was previously the Associate Pastor for Christian Education and Youth at Hopewell Presbyterian Church in Huntersville, North Carolina.

Len is originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, and graduated from Maryville College with a degree in mathematics and education.

Andrew is an enthusiastic preacher, passionate teacher, and creative developer of ministries. Andrew is in his third year of the homiletics Ph.D. program at Princeton Theological Seminary. He previously served as the Associate Pastor for Youth and Campus Ministry at Davidson College Presbyterian Church in Davidson, North Carolina.

Andrew was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN. He graduated from Dartmouth College, where he studied history and classics.


Staff

Megan Coiley
Minister of Music

Megan is a pianist and mezzo-soprano based in Princeton, NJ. She is currently a student at Westminster Choir College, where she is pursuing a degree in sacred music. She specializes in sound, space, and spirituality in worship and is particularly interested in consciousness and transformation. Her music ministry work explores the use of sound to shape theological understanding. Megan is active as a collaborative pianist, singer, conductor, and chamber musician. She has performed as a soloist and in ensembles throughout the mid-Atlantic region including the Dave Brubeck oratorio choir, Mariachi Flor de Toloache, and the Westminster Schola Cantorum. She is a current member of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, whose past season included performances with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, and the Berlin Philharmonic. Megan continues her piano studies with Kendall Feeney and Edna Golandsky and vocal studies with Sally Wolf-Langan.


 

Linda Gilmore
Business Administrator



Emmie Arnold, Field Ed Intern Emmie Arnold is a follower of Jesus, survivor and thriver, second-year graduate student of divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary, (likely) future pediatric hospital chaplain, reader, creative writer, musician, photographer, traveler, adventurer, Netflix binger, goofball, and optimist. She's also a Princeton, NJ native who's honored to be working with Breaking Bread, a group that she's been a part of for almost 3 years, and to be serving as a chaplain at a university not too different in some ways from her own alma mater, Vanderbilt. 

Emmie Arnold, Field Ed Intern

Emmie Arnold is a follower of Jesus, survivor and thriver, second-year graduate student of divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary, (likely) future pediatric hospital chaplain, reader, creative writer, musician, photographer, traveler, adventurer, Netflix binger, goofball, and optimist. She's also a Princeton, NJ native who's honored to be working with Breaking Bread, a group that she's been a part of for almost 3 years, and to be serving as a chaplain at a university not too different in some ways from her own alma mater, Vanderbilt. 

Rebekah Keazer, Field Ed Intern H. Rebekah Keazer is a second-year Master of Divinity student at Princeton Theological Seminary. She is a proud alumna of Princeton University, where she studied Sociology and African-American Studies in addition to serving as Music Director of Princeton University Gospel Ensemble. During her time at seminary, Rebekah has found the most joy in studying music and Church History, particularly the units about the early Christian Mystics. She is especially interested in exploring the attainment of union with God through worship.

Rebekah Keazer, Field Ed Intern

H. Rebekah Keazer is a second-year Master of Divinity student at Princeton Theological Seminary. She is a proud alumna of Princeton University, where she studied Sociology and African-American Studies in addition to serving as Music Director of Princeton University Gospel Ensemble. During her time at seminary, Rebekah has found the most joy in studying music and Church History, particularly the units about the early Christian Mystics. She is especially interested in exploring the attainment of union with God through worship.

Spencer Sundem, Field Ed Intern Born and raised in Olympia, Washington, Spencer has a unique appreciation for rain. He spent the majority of his K-12 years reading books and (believe it or not!) practicing gymnastics. After graduating from Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon, Spencer began attending Princeton Theological Seminary where he is in his second year. In his spare time, Spencer enjoys getting outdoors, taking naps, or reading. He likes getting to know people and is always up for a good visit. Say hi and take him up on a standing offer for coffee or tea!

Spencer Sundem, Field Ed Intern

Born and raised in Olympia, Washington, Spencer has a unique appreciation for rain. He spent the majority of his K-12 years reading books and (believe it or not!) practicing gymnastics. After graduating from Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon, Spencer began attending Princeton Theological Seminary where he is in his second year. In his spare time, Spencer enjoys getting outdoors, taking naps, or reading. He likes getting to know people and is always up for a good visit. Say hi and take him up on a standing offer for coffee or tea!


Westminster Foundation Board

Melissa Verhey

President                  

Princeton University PhD Candidate in French Literature

Congregational affiliation: Breaking Bread & Nassau Presbyterian Church

Dean Foose
Vice President

Congregational affiliation: Nassau Presbyterian Church

Al Kaemmerlen '62
Treasurer

Congregational affiliation: Nassau Presbyterian Church

Elizabeth Gift
Secretary

Mother of Princeton University alum; Married to Kevin '84, Associate Director of Critical Infrastructure at Princeton University

Congregational affiliation: Breaking Bread & Nassau Presbyterian Church

Jean Bauer

Associate Director of Digital Humanities at Princeton University

Congregational affiliation: Breaking Bread

Megan Coiley

Congregational affiliation: Breaking Bread

Dave Davis

Pastor of Nassau Presbyterian Church

Julian Dean '14

Princeton University PhD student in Politics

Congregational affiliation: Breaking Bread & Nassau Presbyterian Church

Robert Dykstra

Professor of Pastoral Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary

Congregational affiliation: Nassau Presbyterian Church

Janet Dickerson-Stephens

Retired Vice President for Campus Life at Princeton University

Congregational affiliation: Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church

Polly Griffin

Registrar at Princeton University

Congregational affiliation: Nassau Presbyterian Church

Michele Minter

Vice Provost for Institutional Equity & Diversity at Princeton University

Congregational affiliation: Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church

Nancy Prince

Congregational affiliation:  Nassau Presbyterian Church

Shirley Satterfield

Grandmother of Princeton University Student

Congregational affiliation: Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church

David Redman

Former Associate Dean of the Graduate School at Princeton University

Past President of the Westminster Foundation Board

Congregational affiliation: Dutch Neck Presbyterian Church

Sue Rodgers

Honorary member of Princeton University Class '56

Congregational affiliation: Nassau Presbyterian Church

Rosamond van Wingerden

Princeton University class of 2020