Judy Hvisc, M.A., is a Roman Catholic chaplain who is completing her fourth unit of CPE. She holds a bachelor of arts in sociology from Mercy College, in Dobbs Ferry, New York; and a master of arts in church ministry with a specialization in pastoral care, from the Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St. Mary's Seminary & University, in Baltimore. She has been in various roles in church leadership and educational ministries in area parishes, and serves as a flex chaplain with University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
Nkolika Jackson is a member of the Church of the Nativity (Roman Catholic) in Lutherville-Timonium, and previously served as a catechist at St. Mary of The Assumption Church, preparing children to receive the sacraments of Holy Communion and Reconciliation. She is a graduate of College of Medicine, University of Lagos, in Nigeria, with a bachelor of science in physical therapy, and is a licensed physical therapist in Maryland. She is a recipient of Mother Mary Lange Service Award (2008) from the Archdiocese of Baltimore, and is in her first CPE unit.
The Rev. Steve Lane, B.A., Th.M, is a Baptist minister who has served in a parish for over 30 years in the Baltimore area. He holds a bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a master of theology degree from Capital Bible Seminary in Lanham, Maryland. He is currently engaged in a doctor of ministry program in homiletics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Massachusetts, and is finishing his thesis.
Sandra Michocki, M.B.A., is a eucharistic minister and member of St. Athanasius Roman Catholic Church in Curtis Bay, Maryland. She holds a bachelor of science degree from Towson University, and a master of business administration from Loyola University (Maryland). She is a master's degree candidate in Church Ministries and Pastoral Care at St Mary's Seminary & University Ecumenical Institute of Theology. Sandy is in her second unit of CPE.
The Rev. Miesha Osborne, B.S., is an African Methodist Episcopal (AME) minister. She holds a bachelor of science degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and presently is pursuing a masters in divinity from Payne Theological Seminary (Ohio). She serves as a volunteer chaplain at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore and comes from a professional background in law enforcement. Miesha is enrolled in her first unit of CPE.
Yitzhak Turk, M.Ed., holds a bachelor degree in Talmudic Law from Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore, where he has studied for the last nine years. For a year he studied Talmud in Israel and completed a masters of education at Loyola University (Chicago). Yitzhak has lectured on Jewish topics for senior citizens, tutored high school students and mentored through outreach programs. He grew up in Miami Beach, Florida, and is now preparing for rabbinic ordination in Baltimore while completing his second unit of CPE.