July 14, 2017

Asher Kolieboi Appointed Guilford College Interfaith Community Coordinator

Guilford College has named Minister Asher Kolieboi as Interfaith Community Coordinator. The position, previously titled Campus Ministry Coordinator, has been reenvisioned to clearly articulate an Interfaith focus, better supporting students of all religious backgrounds.

Asher holds a Master of Divinity from Vanderbilt University and is set to complete a Master of Science in Interaction Design and Information Architecture from the University of Baltimore next year. He attended the University of Missouri-Columbia for his baccalaureate degree in Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies.

Asher comes to Guilford with a wide range of professional experiences, serving in such capacities as the Assistant Director/LGBTQ Community Coordinator at the Multicultural Resource Center at Oberlin College; the Advocate intern at the Jean Crowe Family Violence Advocacy Center in Nashville, Tenn.; intern with the Student Leadership Development and Conduct office at the University of Michigan; Co-Director of the Young Adult Division with Soulforce; and as Assistant Chaplain, Programming and Community Service, at Johns Hopkins University prior to taking up his new post at Guilford.

As Interfaith Community Coordinator, Asher will promote religious literacy as part of Guilford’s overall dedication to diversity, help the the College celebrate religious diversity, and nurture the whole student through meaningful programming, service, worshipful opportunities and more.