Office Staff

Below is a listing of the staff in the Center for Spirituality and Social Justice, as well as our religious affiliates. None of our work, however, would be possible without the dedicated efforts and clever ideas of our incredible student staff

Donna Hughes A

Donna Hughes 
Phone: (717) 245-1267
Location: Landis House

Rev. Donna Hughes, an ordained United Methodist Minister since 1996, has been serving at Dickinson College as the Director for the Center for Service, Spirituality and Social Justice (community service and religious life_ since June 2013. She has served as a part time pastor at the Cumberland Charge UMC’s and is currently a Spiritual Director. Before moving to Carlisle, she worked for four years as the Executive Director of United Protestant Campus Ministries of Cleveland (Case Western Reserve, Cleveland State and Cuyahoga Community College). Before working with college students in Cleveland, she served a medium size congregation in the Iowa Annual Conference of the UMC, after being a college chaplain at Iowa Wesleyan, a campus minister at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, serving churches in South Dakota and teaching courses in World Religions, Cultural Anthropology and Environmental Biology. Two of her favorite things about working with college students are the opportunity to take them on service trips to Hawaii, Navajo Nation, Cameroon, Guatemala, Laos and Cambodia, Kenya, Italy, France, India, Russia, Lithuania, Belize, Ecuador and Nicaragua and walk with them on their spiritual journeys. In here life before seminary she received a Masters of Agricultural in Equestrian Students from Texas A&M, a Bachelor of Science in Range Animal Students and taught Agricultural English in Inner Mongolia. She recently remarried a native Carlisle fellow and added two Weimaraner’s to her own two dog family. She loves trail running, Zumba, walking to work and practicing yoga. She is an avid movie watcher, reader of mysteries, loves to travel and will eat anything, the more unusual and spicy, the better.

This position is supported by the United Methodist Church.

Lori Loudon A

Lori Loudon
Administrative Assistant
Phone: (717) 245-1931
Location: Landis House

Community Service Program Coordinator
Phone: (717) 254-8938
Location: Landis House

Religious Affiliates

Marley Weiner A

Rabbi Marley Weiner
Director of Asbell Center of Jewish Life
Location: Asbell Center

Rabbi Marley joins the staff of the Asbell Center following two years as the rabbi and Senior Jewish Educator at Hillel at Binghamton in New York. A Philadelphia native, Rabbi Marley discovered a life long love of Hillel at Barnard College, where she was the vice president of Columbia Barnard Hillel’s Reform Jewish group. After college, she moved back to Philadelphia to attend the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. While there, she learned a lot of Talmud, taught students from one to ninety nine, and developed a love of pluralistic Jewish community that endures until this day. When Rabbi Marley is not working, she enjoys museums, baking, Dungeons and Dragons, and bragging to everyone about how adorable her cat is. She looks forward to having coffee with every Jewish student on this campus!

Fr Raja






Fr Raja
Parochial Vicar Saint Patrick Parish, Carlisle
Dickinson College Chaplain

  • Father Tiburtius Antony Raja is from the Diocese of Chengai, in India, a new Diocese bifurcated from the Diocese of Madras- Mylapore, where Saint Thomas, one of the twelve Apostles is buried.
  • Fr. Raja was the First Youth Director of his new Diocese and the First Rector of the Minor Seminary of the Diocese.  He also has served as the Pastor in three different Parishes in his Diocese in India.
  • He is the Co-Founder of Star Light Communications, Starlight Leadership Center, and Star Light Charities, in India,  that support  Children, and young Boys and Girls in their Education, and development of their Leadership Skills, through various Productions, Provisions and Programs.
  • He served in the Diocese of Harrisburg for seven years, from 2008, three years as Parochial Vicar at Saint Leo the Great Parish, Lancaster, and four years as Parochial Vicar at St. Theresa’s Parish, New Cumberland. 
  • For the past four years, he was involved in Media Apostolate, in his own Diocese in India, creating audio, visual and printed materials, for evangelization and for various training programs for children and youth.
  • On the 23rd of June, 2019, He was appointed the Parochial Vicar, Saint Patrick Parish, Carlisle and the Chaplain, Dickinson College and Dickinson Law School, Carlisle.


andrew berg

Andrew Berg
Campus Staff Minister for Dickinson Christian Fellowship

Originally from Newburgh, NY, Andrew graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 2012, finishing a double major in History and Government and studying abroad in Jerusalem. After graduating, Andrew taught middle school science in Baltimore through Teach For America while earning a M.S.Ed at Johns Hopkins University. Andrew has served on staff with Dickinson Christian Fellowship (a chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA) since 2014. For fun, Andrew loves reading and discussing theology, politics, and Star Wars. 



Liz Albright Berg
Campus Staff Minister for Dickinson Christian Fellowship

Hailing from Allentown, PA, Liz graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 2012. At F&M, Liz completed a double major in Spanish and Environmental Science, studied abroad in Ecuador and Spain, and earned honors for her senior thesis on bird feeding patterns. Liz has been on staff with Dickinson Christian Fellowship (a chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA) since 2012, and works to see students' lives transformed, the campus renewed, and world changers developed. For enjoyment, Liz enjoys long-distance running, traveling, and cooking healthy food.


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Mike Kreider
Disciple Makers Bible Study
Tuesdays at 7 pm in Memorial Hall of Old West
Student President: David Blosser
Treasurer: Dustin Bishop

Mike was born & raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He obtained a Social Work degree from Kutztown University in 2017. In college, Mike caught a vision for making disciples of Jesus after benefitting from in-depth Bible study and long-term discipleship. His various internships and experiences serving overseas and in the local church sealed his desire to work for DiscipleMakers upon graduation. Mike began serving with DiscipleMakers at Dickinson in 2018. His hobbies include rugby, lifting, reading, food, movies, playing drums & guitar, and listening to music.