Dn. Marek Simon, Executive Director

Education:

Master of Divinity, St. Vladimir Orthodox Theological Seminary

Bachelor of Pharmacy, Butler University

OCF Background:

Dn. Marek previously served at Antiochian Village Camp from 2002-2019, where he oversaw the development and advancement efforts of the camp, supervised summer camp staff, developed programming, and managed its team-building ropes course program. He was formally connected with OCF as well, serving as advisor to the Student Leadership Board from 2005-2009.  He is passionate about working with the students and staff of OCF, seeking to strengthen OCF’s mission, programs, and impact in the lives of college students.

Christina Andresen, Chapter Relations Manager

Education:

Master of Divinity, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

Bachelor of Arts in English & Philosophy, Minor in Dance, Texas A&M University

OCF Background:

While at Texas A&M, Christina served as president of her OCF chapter all four years and as a Regional Student Leader for two years. She attended three college conferences, serving once on the CC West planning committee. She participated in Real Break twice as a student, to Guatemala and to Constantinople—and in Guatemala she met her husband, Daniel, whom she married September 2010. She also co-hosted the OCF Podcast for two years. She has been a part of the OCF staff since August 2011, and working to strengthen OCF chapters and student leaders is something about which Christina is passionate.

Donna Levas, National Programs Manager

Education:

Master of Professional Studies in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Manhattanville College

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, Hellenic College

OCF Background:

Donna began working for OCF in January 2012. Serving as the Operations Manager until February 2013, Donna learned the ins and outs of OCF. In the spring of 2013, Donna was charged with taking on the National Program efforts for Orthodox Christian Fellowship. Donna remains excited to work alongside student leaders to craft programs that have depth and embody the four essential elements of OCF life — fellowship, education, worship, and service.