Who We Are
Kevin McIntosh (He/Him/His)
Coordinator, Campus Interfaith Resources
Campus Engagement Manager, Kaufman Interfaith Institute
Kevin serves Coordinator of the Campus Interfaith Resource Center and the Campus Engagement Manager of the Kaufman Interfaith Institute. He earned his B.A. in Religious Studies and History from Emory University and his Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School. Kevin has previously worked in residence life, student activities, and orientation at both Emory University and Harvard Divinity School. Kevin is excited to work with the GVSU community surrounding religious, spiritual, and secular identities.
Graduate Assistant, Campus Interfaith Resources
Lauryn Nett is the graduate assistant for Campus Interfaith Resources. She is a graduate student in GVSU's College Student Affairs Leadership program, and will be graduating with her Master's of Education in April 2019. She graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 2016 with her Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology, with minors in French Language/Literature and Religious Studies. At EMU, she discovered her passion for student affairs and higher education after working in the residence life department as a resident advisor for three years. After switching to the inclusion and equity world after housing, she found she enjoys education and advocacy work for underrepresented students.
Interfaith Student Action Coordinator, Campus Interfaith Resources
Ben Scott-Brandt is a Liberal Studies major at GVSU, studying "sacred" space and the many places we find it, both inside and outside religion. Now a senior, he's completed an internship at two spiritual retreat centers, and hopes to continue exploring the role of sacred space here in West Michigan. Ben is also a husband and father, songwriter, professional hairstylist, and amateur mycologist.
Training and Assessment Student Specialist, Campus Interfaith Resources