Incarnation fellows program

The Incarnation Fellows Program is a nine month spiritual formation and vocational discernment program for young adults who have recently graduated from college or graduate school. Whether one's vocational calling is to work in the church or in one of the many sectors of God's great world (business, education, politics, finance, art, etc.), the Incarnation Fellows Program seeks to prepare and equip Fellows to live their entire lives in faithful response to Jesus and his Kingdom. For more information about the Incarnation Fellows Program, please contact Mike Medley.

  • Perrin Godbold

    marketplace fellow

  • Eric Kennedy

    Marketplace Fellow

    Originally from Suffolk, VA Eric graduated from James Madison University in December 2014 with a Bachelor or Arts in Philosophy and Religion. During his time as a Fellow Eric is interning with Pale Fire Brewing Company, where he will be serving the exploding craft beer industry through production and marketing. He and his wife Laurissa enjoy being with friends, watching Food Network, and love all things Harrisonburg. 

  • Emily Moss

    Marketplace Fellow

    Marketplace fellow Emily Moss is a Frederick, MD native who graduated from James Madison University in May 2017 with a Bachelors of Science in Public Health Education and a minor in Biology. During her time as a fellow, Emily will be interning at the Virginia Department of Health, Central Shenandoah District. There, she will be responsible for developing health education materials for the community and will have the opportunity to shadow professionals in the field. IN her spare time, Emily enjoys running and drinking coffee.

  • Gabrielle Wenos


    Originally from Gaithersburg, MD, Gabrielle Wenos graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelors of Arts in English and a Masters of Teaching in May 2016. During her time as a fellow, she will be interning at the Harrisonburg/Rockingham Regional Jail. Inside the jail, she will co-teach a GED class and build up the jail library with more books and programs. Outside of the jail she will lead a small group of released inmates in reflective memoir writing. In their spare time, Gabrielle and her husband, Parker, love to run and bike outside, read, and play Catan with friends.