From BJC Staff Reports
The Baptist Joint Committee is pleased to have two fall semester interns working with our staff in Washington, D.C.
Aaron Simpson of Chapel Hill, N.C., is a 2012 graduate of Appalachian State University, where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in cultural anthropology. He is the son of the Rev. Mitch Simpson and Betty Simpson and a member of University Baptist Church in Chapel Hill. After his time with the BJC, Simpson plans on pursuing a career in Washington.
Emily Woodell of Little Rock, Ark., is a 2013 graduate of Hendrix College, where she earned a bachelor of arts degree with majors in philosophy and politics. She is the daughter of Tony Woodell and Peggy Clay and attends Calvary Baptist Church in Little Rock. After working with the BJC, Woodell plans to pursue a law degree.
From the September 2013 Report from the Capital. Click here for the next article.