Deacon Jamie Dungey
Jamie has been a member of GSLC since 2003. She received a Masters of Arts in Ministerial Studies from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. Jamie was consecrated as a Diaconal Minister (now called a Deacon) in 2008. In her spare time Jamie enjoys fishing and watching sports.
Iolene Hadley was a part of the Good Shepherd Daycare and Preschool's family for 11 years as a Teacher, Administrator and Director. Iolene and her husband Daniel have lived in Somerville for 21 years and have three daughters, Danielle, Alanna and Anabelle. She has been part of God's family since the age of 12 and has spent many of her years helping in community service programs. Iolene graduated in 2001 with a BA in Speech Pathology and a minor in Child Psychology. Aside from taking part in service programs, she finds joy in traveling, reading, tickling her daughters and ice cream.
After almost 9 years as our full-time office administrator, Laura has transitioned to our part-time office assistant in anticipation of her planned retirement in early 2024. A Rutgers graduate, Laura was an Assistant Vice President at Marsh & McLennan, a stay-at-home mom, and a church office manager before coming to GSLC. Laura and her husband, Dan, live in Somerset and have two adult children, Amy and Michael. She is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills in Somerville where she volunteers for the Giving Network and sings in the choir.
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Yasmin "Jazz" Correa was born and raised in the church and has worked in all levels of stewardship in her years serving Our Lord. Jazz has a degree in Office Administration and Management and has experience in many fields, from graphic design to social media management. At her core, she is a mother, sister and child, and Jazz chooses to utilize her skills to be of further service.
Joyce Irwin has decades of experience as organist and choir director in churches of various denominations, mostly Episcopal and Presbyterian, in Missouri, Georgia, Upstate New York, and Central New Jersey. This is her first time serving in a Lutheran church, but with academic degrees in German (A.B.) and Church History (Ph.D.), she has specialized in German Lutheran theology of music in the Early Modern period, publishing various books and articles in the field. She moved to Princeton Windrows ten years ago with her since-deceased husband and enjoys singing in Princeton Pro Musica and researching in the Princeton libraries.
My name is Rhiannon Stitley, and I am a mom to three amazing kids! I graduated with a B.A. in Psychology with a focus of child psychology and minored in Organizational Leadership. My husband and I sent our oldest son to Good Shepherd and have always loved the school and staff. After being a stay-at-home mom, running a summer camp out of my house, and many community service projects, I was ready to step back into the workforce and couldn’t be happier to become the new director of GSCDC!