2019-2020 Student Leadership
Introducing the new vestry team for the 2019-2020 year! These members of ESF have gone above and beyond to shape and develop ESF into the community it is today. Reach out to them with any questions about ESF, life at Wake Forest or anything else you might need!
Darden Grubb- President
Hi! My name is Darden and I’m a senior accounting major from Raleigh. I started coming to ESF my freshman year and was able to get more involved my sophomore and junior years on vestry. Joining ESF has been such blessing during my time at college. It has given me a great support system and some of my favorite memories. The people of ESF have helped me grow as a person and in my relationship with God. I feel so fortunate to serve as president of vestry this year and give back to the community that has given me so much.
Charlotte Warren - Student Chaplain
Hi friends! My name is Charlotte Warren and I am a French studies major and a Biology minor. This will be my fourth year in ESF and my third year on vestry. As Student Chaplain I aim to create a welcoming environment for everyone and provide support in any way I can for those who need it. I, along with the awesome Charles Knox, will hold regular « office hours » where people can drop in as needed to talk about anything from the mundane to the profound. Basically, consider me to be an automatic friend!
Charles Knox - Student Chaplain
My name is Charles Knox and I am a senior at Wake, which means at this point I am here for a good time, not a long time. This is my first year on vestry and I could not be more excited to be student chaplain! I I did not start going to ESF until the very end of sophomore year, but everyone was so welcoming and made me feel at home very quickly; I hope to do the same to any newcomers this year! As student chaplain, I will have “office hours” each week where anyone and everyone can stop by to talk about anything, trivial or serious! I am also in charge of the tailgates, and they are going to be some of the biggest and coolest events in the recent history of the Episcopal church— see you there!