Lala is a wife, mom, and jane-of-most-trades. She loves building/fixing things, solving problems, and creating things with her hands. She’s been in the graphic design industry for almost 20 years specializing in print design.
Lala began her relationship with Christ in late 2007 and has spent every year since working for numerous ministries using her talent and expertise to reach the local community and beyond. Her love and surrender for Christ has allowed her to continue to know Him more.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia Catherine is a mother of two sweet girls, 6 and 3 years of age. She accepted Jesus while in college at Tennessee State University and has been intentional about using creative means to bring college students to Christ ever since. Catherine received her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Master of Science in Teaching and Learning for program planning and development within an educational setting. Her current focus and career are dedicated to identifying strategies for developing, administering, evaluating, and managing educational and health programs within the Georgia Department of Public Health. She has had the opportunity to serve in a variety of ministries including the praise team and events team. Her passions include hosting and planning events, line dancing, music and hopes to use her testimony, skills in business and training to encourage students to grow closer to Jesus and to the body of Christ.
Amber Martin is on the content team with SubCulture. She provides articles, blogs, podcasts, and other forms of content on various topics including leadership development, critical thinking, and engaging culture. Her passions revolve around justice and talking about God, who loves justice. She desires to build awareness of injustices and cause dialogue, interaction, action and prayer over these injustices. Amber is also a full-time first grade teacher in the Florida Public Schools. She is in her 16th year of teaching and her love for justice was fueled by a student she had her first-year teaching, back in 2004. Her student said, “Ms. Martin, I know white people are mean. You are white. Can you make them change?” This question broke her heart and still breaks her heart. It causes her to look deeply at herself, her people, and examine how we (white people) are the problem. She has had the privilege of working in different areas of ministry for the last 19 years. Some of these include: small group leader, worship leader, children’s leader, founder of a pre-school, and prayer leader. Amber loves hanging out with her family. She has 3 nephews and a niece that she enjoys going on adventures with.
Rebecca, originally from Las Vegas, somehow ended up in the Midwest and now resides in Kansas City, MO. She is currently obtaining her second bachelor degree before attending grad school with hopes of becoming a fixture in inner-city high schools as a school psychologist. She is passionate about all things related to psychology and sociology; how these two fields work together specifically within the context of the education system. Her heart is for discipleship and creating space for Jesus to become real to people in the midst of mundane, everyday life.
From age 19 to age 33 Tamara has been in full-time ministry. She has done everything from teaching theology courses to directing summer camps of more than 1000 teenagers. After leading several domestic and international mission trips, Tamara decided to go back to school to get her degree in Business Administration and Non-Profit Leadership. Tamara's most memorable ministry experiences took place in the inner city and amongst those in abject poverty in places like Scotland, Bogota, and England. Having worked as a consultant for several start-ups, she was one of the first people Tamice called while dreaming of Sub:Culture Inc. Tamara’s oratory and strategic skills are an invaluable resource to the organization.
Erin Corry grew up overseas as a journalist-kid, encountering cross-cultural living and friendships in France, Holland and Austria. She moved to the US in 2008 to pursue a BA in English at Wheaton College (MA) where she boldly informed the Lord that she would only remain in the US for undergrad, never marry and never go into full-time ministry. She's now been living in America for 12 years, married her husband Chris in 2012, and spent the last 8 years in full-time ministry through InterVarsity/USA. They have two exhausting and insanely cute little boys, Parker and Cedar, and live in Providence, RI.
Erin is passionate about anti-racism work in the Church, helping white people take steps in their education and consciousness around race and ethnicity, and the unjust birth outcomes facing Black women in America. She is an SMC Full Circle Birth Doula and founder of Ezer Birth Collective, a network of white Christian doulas stewarding financial resources to fund Black, Brown and Indigenous birth workers in her state.
Robert is originally from Illinois and grew up talking people out of their faith in Christianity only to be converted in a powerful encounter in college. He has many years of experience in cross-cultural missions, church planting, and college ministry. Additionally, while in Bible College undertook the task of learning two foreign languages, teaching himself piano and guitar, and becoming well versed in various cultural settings.
Robert's main passion is seeing people grow in their faith in a way that is not burdensome. He is passionate about studying and learning from a variety of different faith traditions, authors, etc. and disseminating that information to others.
Eseosa is from Benin-City, Edo State, Nigeria. He currently lives in Colorado and is Clinical Researcher with the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Eseosa works in the Limb Restoration Program and his research focus is on the use of bone anchored prostheses (Osseointegration) for amputees.
Eseosa grew up in the Church and experienced various expressions and denominations which he says have each individually blessed him. Eseosa’s heart longs to be ALL God wants him to be and discovering that has been fulfilling for him. His desire to always be willing vessel for the Kingdom of God.
Charity lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her husband and two children. She is passionate about using her love for numbers, details, and organization to partner with and serve Christian organizations.
Charity gave her life to Christ in 2011 and is passionate about seeing lives changed and relationships reconciled by the blood of Jesus. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and dancing with On The Wall Dance Company.
Ashley Lewis is an Illustrator/thinker/critic/boss/challenger/mom/wife/gardener/house plant enthusiast/chicken lady/tattoo collector from Richmond Virginia. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BA in Communication Arts and uses it to wrangle three children under her arms while holding a pencil in one hand and a book in the other. She is passionate about justice work specifically in the areas of food and education. Ashley is the face of donor care for Subculture Inc.