Megan Murdock Krischke
Native InterVarsity Co-ordinator
Megan has a passion for reaching Native students on college campuses today. She and her husband, Will, planted a Native specific chapter at Fort Lewis College in Colorado ten years ago and have seen students lives transformed. Her experience at Fort Lewis College fueled her desire to see more Native students understand how they could both follow Jesus and honor tradition.
Area Ministry Director for Four Corners
Will has worked for InterVarsity since 2006. His wife, Megan, is the director of Native Ministries. They have two children, Flannery and Soren, and live in Durango, CO.
Durango, Colorado Staff
Fort Lewis College
Courtland Hopkins (Sicangu Lakota)
Courtland is from White River, South Dakota near the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation. Courtland was raised Christian and Traditional but matured in faith after joining InterVarsity in college. He was called to be a minister to the native and non native peoples of this land. He is passionate about college students and introducing them to Jesus in the scripture.
Bianca is an Arizona and Mexico raised Yaqui xicana who is passionate for others to know Jesus personally. She holds a bachelor's in interpersonal and family communication and was a competitive policy debater. She is married to Ebuka Odu. She loves hiking, animals, and the ocean.
Ceidric is a proud New Mexican Diné man who loves Jesus and people. He enjoys board games and coffee, singing worship songs in the shower, and resting in the Lord's presence (by taking naps). He recently graduated from New Mexico Tech and is currently a campus ministry intern at Fort Lewis College. He has been called to native ministry and is excited to see God's plan for bringing healing and hope to the indigenous peoples, nationwide.
Zelma is from Seminole, Oklahoma, but she is currently working with Native InterVarsity in Durango, Colorado. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts In Religious Studies, and a Minor in Judaic and Israel Studies.
Farmington, New Mexico Staff
San Juan College
He is from Torreon, NM on the Navajo Nation. "God called me into Native ministry in 2014 and love Native students throughout the Four Corners area. I'm never thought ministry would be a way to help my own people. My journey with God is truly a blessing and I am willing to keep honoring God's work."