SEARCH at Asbury University is excited to welcome special guest Katherine Leary Alsdorf and alum DT Slouffman to campus for a collection of events designed to encourage the AU community towards a Christian philosophy of work relevant to any area of study. Join us for the opportunity to change how we think about work and its meaning.
AU Alum, DT Slouffman ’97, interviews special guest, Katherine Leary Alsdorf
Student Talkback Session
Counselors of local high schools are invited to campus for a discussion on inspiring our students.
Katherine is Senior Advisor of Global Faith and Work Initiative, Redeemer City to City. Prior to 2002, Katherine led, as CEO or President, a number of startup high tech product and services companies in California, New York, and Luxembourg. Katherine served as founding director of Redeemer’s Center for Faith & Work from 2002 to 2012. She established the Center’s core programs which included an intensive discipleship program called Gotham Fellows, an Entrepreneurship Initiative to start new gospel-centered ventures, Arts Ministries, and numerous vocation groups. Since 2013, Katherine has worked with a variety of churches to establish faith and work ministries and led the New City Fellows program in Raleigh, NC for its first two years.
Katherine received her BA from Wittenberg University, her MBA from the University of Virginia, and is adjunct faculty in Regent College’s Masters of Arts program in Leadership, Theology and Society. She has served on the boards of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Fellowship of the Performing Arts, the Theology of Work Project, International Arts Movement and the Carver Project. Katherine co-authored Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work with Tim Keller. She and her husband, John, reside in New York City.
Seven-time Emmy winner, DT Slouffman catches good stories and releases them into the world. He’s led teams at Sports Illustrated, NBC’s Olympics Group, CNN, and TIME. His short documentaries have earned millions of views on social media platforms and seven International Television and Film World Medals. Slouffman holds a mini-MBA in Social Media Marketing from Rutgers University along with an MA in Digital Storytelling and an MFA in Television and Film Production from Asbury University, where he has taught documentary and storytelling courses. Over his morning coffee, he often ponders where our stories fit into God’s work of renewing Creation.