Anne McKee is the Campus Minister, which means the Minister to the whole campus—students, faculty, and staff. She also serves as director of the Bonner Scholars, Bradford Scholars, Church and College Scholars, Chapel Scholars, and Isaac Anderson Fellows. She is a minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). She leads worship weekly, helps students listen to God's voice in their lives, and participates in campus discussions on important topics. Her favorite things to do are to talk with students (stop by!), pray in public, and hang out with her family. My website →
Preston Fields graduated from Maryville College in 2003, where he earned a B.A. in Religion and a B.A. in International Studies. Currently, Fields is the Director of Volunteer Services and Bonner Scholars Coordinator in the Center for Campus Ministry at Maryville College. In his spare time, Fields participates in several ministries and is a nationally recognized retreat leader, keynote speaker, and is co-founder of Hiking4Jesus. More information about his ministry can be found at www.hiking4jesus.com
Diana works with the CCM staff in coordinating events in the life of the Center for Campus Ministry. Programs that she works with include: Chapel, the Isaac Anderson Fellowship, Chapel Scholars, Seminary Trip, Alternative Spring Break, Bonner Scholars, Bradford Scholars, and Church and College Scholars. She also works with faculty members to coordinate the service-learning and community based research programs. Diana loves spending time with her family, watching sports, and getting outdoors for walks and bike rides.
Colleen was born and raised in a small southern Mississippi town named Picayune (means less than a penny and the city slogan is “Precious coin in the South’s purse”). With more than 12 years of piano and organ instruction, 30+ years as a church musician (piano, organ, choir and hand bells), 20+ years in the administrative field, and a willingness to serve an awesome God and His people, working at the Center for Campus Ministry at Maryville College is the place she feels called to. Colleen helps to coordinate the Chapel, Bonner Scholars, Bradford Scholars, Isaac Anderson Fellows, Church & College Scholars, and Chapel Scholars programs. She also has an integral part in coordinating music for weekly and special Chapel services. Colleen is married with two daughters, and together the family enjoys fishing at the lake near their home and hanging out at home improvements stores.