Our Student Leaders
Mark Grace is a senior risk management and insurance major originally from Sharpsburg, GA. Within the BCM building, Mark is known for his love of UGA sports and his mysterious relationship with the UGA Morphman. His favorite memory of BCM is his freshman year Dawgpack, which helped him learn how to pursue Christ on UGA's campus. His mission for the BCM is to reach college students of different backgrounds and to help them find a home within a local church.
VP of Connecting
Olivia Cranford is a junior public relations major from Eastman, GA. As the VP of Connecting, Olivia oversees events and communications. Her favorite thing about the BCM is the community she's found here and the way it follows the Great Commission wholeheartedly.
VP of Evangelism
Heather Countryman is a third year student at UGA, studying to get a degree in communications. As the Vice President of Evangelism & Missions, Heather oversees our on-campus outreach ministries, as well as mobilizes our students to enter the mission field locally and globally. Heather's favorite BCM memory is her first time in the building, where she felt so welcomed and loved by everyone she came in contact with.
VP of Worship
Caleb is a biology major with a pre-med intent going into his senior year. Caleb is from Moultrie, GA. As the Vice President of the worship and prayer team, he will be overseeing gathering on Tuesday nights as well as creating an inviting environment for new students. His favorite BCM memory is playing polish ping pong with other students inside the BCM building. He desires to one day lead in medical mission work to other countries.
VP of Discipleship
Natalie Jones is a junior social work major, religion minor from Lawrenceville, GA. As the Vice President of the Discipleship Team, Natalie directly oversees all forms of discipleship inlcuding Men's and Women's ministry and Dawgpacks, our weekly small group gatherings. Outside of the BCM, Natalie is involved in the redcoat marching band as a mellophone player. Her favorite BCM memory is her dawgpack her freshman year where she was able to meet some of her best friends. Throughout her freshman year, her dawgpack became an authentic community where she learned to pursue Jesus at UGA.