Alumni Success Stories

Featured Alumni Success Story

Alex ‘09 and Emily ‘10 Rusticus

Alex (‘09), an accounting major, and Emily (‘10), a nursing major, Rusticus — both talented athletes who desired to play college sports — have their own stories about how God called them to Trinity.

Making a difference

Trinity Trolls do more after graduation than get a job. They build careers, become leaders in their fields, and leave ready to build lives for good, for God, and for the world. Below are just a few stories of the thousands of impressive Trinity graduates who are out there making a difference.

Joe Velderman ‘04

Joe Velderman ‘04 has always thrived in the world of technology. When it came time to choose a college, he wanted to branch outside of his hometown of Holland, Mich. and decided to visit Trinity. “I felt at home within 10 minutes of being on campus,” Joe recalls.

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Alex ‘09 and Emily ‘10 Rusticus

Alex (‘09), an accounting major, and Emily (‘10), a nursing major, Rusticus — both talented athletes who desired to play college sports — have their own stories about how God called them to Trinity.

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Lisette Lopez

Lissette Lopez ‘12

Lissette Lopez ‘12 directs women’ programming projects at the Cook County (Ill.) Jail, specifically focused on substance abuse and trauma.

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Lloyd Wicker ‘97

Thousands of miles from where he grew up, Lloyd Wicker (‘97), his wife Heidi (Boeck ‘98), and their three children make their home in Sicily, Italy where Lloyd is stationed as a Navy Chaplain. His upbringing in the Church, impactful experiences at Trinity, and further education all led him to where he is today.

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Leah Branderhorst ‘11

Leah Branderhorst ‘11 is assistant principal with KIPP Austin (Texas) Academy of Arts & Letters

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DeBorah Posey ‘87

DeBorah Posey ’87 serves as director of operations for U.S. Congressman Alcee Hastings (Florida).

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Chris Langkamp ‘95

Chris Langkamp (‘95) currently holds the title of CEO (Christ Enabling Others) at Lampstand Ministries, the non-profit organization he started 23 years ago.

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Megan Anderson ‘14

Megan Anderson’s (‘14) heart for leading others to the Lord developed during high school, when she led a group of her peers in weekly prayer and worship at the public school she attended.

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