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What’s Our Story: NBCC Young Adult and Teen Webinar Series
This series will utilize elements of: social justice, intergenerational exploration, and pop culture to explore where their faith has formed and informed their journey to encounter God, self, and one another.

Lauren Morton and Justin White will present discussion on topics that impact Black Catholic teens and young adults.
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Lauren Elizabeth Morton
Director of Campus Ministry @Cristo Rey
After completing her Master’s degree from The George Washington University in Washington, DC, she was promoted within two (2) large, for-profit acute-care hospital management companies where she further developed her skills in collaborative leadership, engaging civic and community partners, managing large budgets, personnel management, and developing data-driven tools that led to systematic growth. She joined Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School as the Director of Campus Ministry in July of 2017. In her tenure as the Director of Campus Ministry, she has demonstrated mastery of leadership skills in her approaches with the students and faculty. The Campus Ministry program has a unique approach with the students in program development and execution, particularly where there is a need to holistically educate the students.
Justin T. White
Professor of Theology @Loyola Blakefield
Justin T. White, a native of Philadelphia, earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Loyola University Maryland in 2009. Directly after graduating, Justin spent eight years as a Theology teacher to upper-classmen at Cristo Rey Jesuit – Baltimore. Also, during that time he directed the school’s Community Service Program as a component of the Campus Ministry Office. For the past three years he as worked at Loyola Blakefield in the areas of campus ministry, community service, diversity and inclusion work, and teaching Theology. This upcoming school year, he will enter back into the class room full-time at Loyola Blakefield. In his free time, Justin enjoys fellowship with family and friends, Marvel movies, and working for racial justice.