Apartment Resident Assistants
Natalee Stout – Buildings A&C
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies
Hometown: Boulder, MT
Why be an RA? To love and invest in others while growing in the process.
Favorite off-campus hangout spot: Downtown Kirkland
Book or movie that has shaped/influenced who I’ve become: Love Lives Here by Maria Goff
Joshua (Shua) Botsford – Building B
Major: Pastoral Ministries
Hometown: Portland, OR
Why be an RA? I think this is a great opportunity in a pastoral sense. I am a pastoral min major and and I really believe that this position is a tremendous opportunity to do ministry and to be a mini-pastor in a way that can encourage, guide, and bless those around me.
Favorite off-campus hangout spot: The Slides in Seattle!
Book or movie that has shaped/influence who I’ve become: Everybody Always by Bob Goff
Alexis Savary – Building D
Hometown: Tacoma, WA
Why be an RA? As an RA, I look forward to growing with my peers/residents in our faith, through life challenges, and in our ability to cultivate relationships with each other.
Favorite off-campus hangout spot: Down Pour Coffee Shop
Most desirable superpower: Juanita Beach Park
Book or movie that has shaped/influence who I’ve become: The Farewell and Christopher Robin
Madeline Bir – FIRs Overflow
Major: My major is Counseling Psychology.
Hometown: My hometown is Wenatchee, WA.
Why be an RA? I love getting to know people, hearing where they’ve been and where God is leading them. This job enables me to engage with many different people, all unique and amazing in their own ways. I am excited to walk alongside friends and meet new friends, and to encourage everyone in their ups and downs. On top of this, I can’t wait to plan fun events and lean into the community that will be fostered in the apartments!
Favorite off-campus hangout spot: O O Denny Park
Book or movie that has shaped/influence who I’ve become: Multicultural Psychology by Mio, Barker, & Tumambing. LIFE CHANGING TEXTBOOK!