Reformed University Fellowship is a place where all Hokies, regardless of faith, doubt, or skepticism can explore Christianity, the claims of the Bible, and grow in their faith and understanding of Jesus in community here at Virginia Tech.
Heath is originally from Chattanooga TN where he graduated from the McCallie school. He attended Furman University where he met his lovely wife Jane. Heath served at Downtown Presbyterian Church in Greenville South Carolina while completing his M.Div. at RTS Charlotte. After six years as the campus minister at UNC Charlotte, Heath is thrilled to be the campus minister at Virginia Tech. Heath and Jane's children, Mary Ladson, Henry, and David are all full of energy and keep them constantly on their toes.
Anna grew up in Harrisonburg, VA with two amazing parents and four also amazing siblings. She attended Virginia Tech and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Spanish and Public Relations (really just Spanish, but the PR kinda just makes it look more professional). She was very involved in RUF all 4 years of college and enjoyed every second of it. After graduating, Anna spent 6 months in Panama doing college ministry alongside a thriving church plant in the heart of the city. During these 6 months the Lord called her to more full time ministry in the US as an intern back at Virginia Tech. She could not be more excited to be a Hokie for another 2 years!!
Anna is 99.9% extroverted and loves humans, learning more about them, and sharing life together. Things she’s a big fan of: coffee, active activities, asking new friends far too many questions, Ben Rector, and cheesecake. Things that stress her out and she does not prefer: being left alone for even 5 minutes, packing, driving, spikeball, and when people walk slowly in front of her in Kroger.
Will grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and completed his undergrad at University of Alabama. There he majored in Nutrition Science and minored in Business. Will was involved in college ministry for three years at UA following his transfer from Florida Gulf Coast University where he went for baseball, and was first integrated into RUF his senior year. College ministry was such a significant part of his UA experience that he decided to join the RUF team as an intern, as this time was when he began to study the Word more intensely and God became beautiful to him.