Meet the 2021-2022 Fellows

Leah Marisi

Leah Marisi

Preferred pronouns: she/they

Position: Outreach Director

Primary major: History with a concentration in Public History
Secondary major: Art with a concentration in Art History

Why are you involved in interfaith work?
I decided to work as an Interfaith Fellow because of my own religious upbringing and how that shaped my growth into different beliefs. I am continuing to learn in this amazing environment and I hope I can provide the same experience for our Stetson community.

Mary Brandt

Mary Brandt

Preferred pronouns: she/her/hers

Position: Programming Director

Primary Major: History 

Why are you involved in interfaith work? 
I hope to participate in a team that helps people realize it is okay to completely disagree and love the other person not only despite their different beliefs, but for them.

Saif Mostafa

Saif Mostafa

Preferred pronouns: he/him

Position: Director for Interfaith Education

Primary major: Computer Science

Why are you involved in interfaith work?
Coming to Stetson from a foreign country allowed me to see our differences in religions and cultures, exposing me to new perspectives. This new viewpoint led me to join the Interfaith Values Fellows to embrace and celebrate our differences.

Mallory Holland

Mallory Holland

Preferred pronouns: she/her

Position: Logistics Director

Primary Major: Communication and Media Studies

Secondary major: Religious Studies

Why are you involved in interfaith work?
Before coming to Stetson, I did not know much about interfaith work. Once I was introduced to it, I realized how important it was! I became involved in interfaith work because it brings people together and allows us to celebrate each other and work together towards common goals.