Rev. Kathleen Robertson King
UCM Campus Minister
Kathleen Robertson King was very involved with UCM during her own college days at WMU, graduating with a BSW in 1992. After a year of service in Peterborough, England through the Young Adult Volunteer program of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), where she worked with homeless teens, Kathleen worked as an intensive case manager with chronically homeless clients with major mental health diagnoses, and as a director of Christian Education in metro Detroit before responding to a call to ministry. Kathleen graduated from Louisville Seminary in 1999 and began working as an associate campus minister with UCM that same year. Kathleen is married to Kevin, a librarian, and mom to two delightful daughters, Abigail, and Rachael. Kathleen loves to read, write, cook, discover new music, and learns something every single day from the amazing students with whom UCM works.
UCM Office Manager
Lori Owen-Rogers started working with UCM in 2016 after having worked for many years as a Service Desk Representative at a large home improvement store. She grew up in Cassopolis, MI moving to Kalamazoo in 2008. Lori’s heart for social justice and community service led her to UCM and the people UCM serves. She has an AA with a focus on Graphic Design and a deep love for music. She is very active in her church, First United Methodist Church of Kalamazoo, residing on many teams as well as participating in choir. Lori and her wife, Diane, reside in Kalamazoo and enjoy camping on the weekends during the summer months. UCM has helped push Lori outside of her comfort zone, allowing her to grow as an individual and learn from the amazing students that pass through UCM’s office door.
Kaet Teunessen is Studying Chemical Engineering with minors in Mathematics and Spanish. When Kaet have free time, she loves to read, listen to music, or go running outside. She got involved with UCM when she volunteered for the Alternative Spring Break trip to Philadelphia. That trip pushed Kaet outside of her comfort zone and taught her so much. It was one of her best experiences at Western.