Ryan Johnson-Evers, a native of Muskego, Wisconsin, completed his undergraduate studies at Bluffton University with a B.A. in Biology and with THREE minors in Spanish, Public Health, and Mathematics all while maintaining honors his status. At Bluffton, Ryan worked in the Technology center as an assistant for a year and supervisor for two further years. Following graduation, Ryan traveled to San Pedro Sula, Honduras where we was a community facilitator for the Mennonite Central Community. He has also worked as a camp counselor for the Laurelville in Mt. Pleasant, PA. In his free time, Ryan playing soccer, Frisbee, and almost any sport, going hiking, playing saxophone and bass guitar, playing board and card games with friends, and reading and listening to music. He is a part of the Northside cohort, and is serving at AJAPO.