TCP Leadership


Shelley Milligan, Managing Director

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Shelley Milligan oversees TCP’s development and operations. Prior to joining TCP, she served as Assistant Head of School for Advancement at Westminster Christian Academy. She has also served as Associate Provost at Washington University, preceded by roles as Assistant Dean of Arts and Sciences and Associate Director of Development in Arts and Sciences.  Shelley holds a BA from Washington and Lee, an MA in higher education advancement from Vanderbilt, and an Ed.D. in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania. 


John Inazu, Executive Director

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John Inazu oversees TCP’s strategic initiatives and partnerships and reports to TCP’s board of trustees. John holds a joint appointment at Washington University in the law school and the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics. He has a BSE and JD from Duke University and a PhD in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


John Hendrix, Director of Communications

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John Hendrix oversees TCP’s communications and the annual Carver Conversation. John is an associate professor of visual communications and chair of design at Washington University. He is a New York Times Bestselling illustrator and author of numerous award-winning children’s books. John has a BA in visual communication from the University of Kansas and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts.


Ebony McCain, Director of mentoring program

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Ebony McCain directs TCP’s mentoring program. She is an attorney working in public service following several years in private practice. Ebony is a past president of the Mound City Bar Association. She received her BA from Rhodes College and her JD from Washington University in St. Louis.


Mike Farley, Director of Community partnerships

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Mike Farley oversees TCP’s community partnerships, helping to foster relationships and coordinate events beyond the university in the broader St. Louis community. He is the pastor of spiritual formation at Central Presbyterian Church, and he has also served as an adjunct professor of theology at Saint Louis University and Covenant Theological Seminary. Mike has a BA in chemistry from Wittenberg University, an MS in biochemistry from Indiana University, an M.Div from Covenant Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in historical theology from Saint Louis University.

TCP Staff


JOHANNA CHRISTOPHEL,
BOARD SECRETARY

MEREDITH LIU,
COMMUNICATIONS

SETH REID, MENTORING

ALEX SIEMERS, STUDENT MINISTRIES

BRIA WHITE,
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS