Our Fellows are determined, resilient and courageous and have overcome  life's obstacles.  They may  realize that any past emptiness of purpose just happens to be God-sized. Or they may be searching for their purpose, full of questions - and that’s OK. They are mature in their discernment of life values.  They’ve had leadership exposure – in study or practice. They model gentle reverence and respect the value in each other.  

ATL Zacchaeus Fellows come to the ATL to capitalize on its resources,  bridging to the right next path.  And our team partners with you to bring about your God-given dreams for creating a world where everyone flourishes.


If you believe that your life has God-sized potential to impact our world, act on that belief.  Apply today to join us as an ATL Zacchaeus Fellow.


Dorie is a Nashville, Tennessee native, recently graduating from Lipscomb University. She earned a degree in Marketing with a minor in Spanish. As an ATL Zacchaeus fellow, she will work in Marketing with Atlanta Fine Homes | Sotheby’s International Realty. Dorie looks forward to the opportunity to move to Atlanta and expand her professional and communal networks while also growing spiritually to deepen her relationship with God. Dorie also seeks advice and wisdom from those in generations above and longs for a strong mentor relationship in this community.


Carter is from Hillsborough, North Carolina. He recently graduated from Emory & Henry College with a degree in Religion. He particularly enjoys outdoor activities such as the Appalachian Mountain trails, cycling and running. Carter is excited to join the team at Urban Recipe, a program focused on providing food security in the Atlanta area. During his time as an ATL Zacchaeus Fellow, Carter hopes to grow in his faith, learn a lot about the non-profit sector and find his community: making new friends in the city of Atlanta.


Laura, a Lancaster, Pennsylvania native, received her Bachelor of Art in Writing with a minor in Psychology from Geneva College. As an ATL Zacchaeus Fellow, she hopes to gain a deeper understanding of the social services’ field and further develop leadership and community building skills. Laura will be serving at LaAmistad, an organization with the vision that Latino students and families achieve life-long self-sufficiency. She looks forward to how she will be transformed this year by building community while deepening her faith. She hopes to find a lifelong mentor that will help her navigate through this world.


Lillian is from Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a recent graduate from the University of Georgia majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Communication Studies. During her time as an ATL Zacchaeus Fellow, Lillian will be using her degree at the company scoutSMART, a recruitment tool for college athletes, pushing marketing and public relations strategies forward. Lillian is excited about this unique opportunity to be surrounded and supported by Christians who also want to grow through education and professional development. Life after college can feel daunting, but Lillian looks forward to exploring a specific career path and deepening her personal faith.


Liz, a Plant City, Florida native, graduated from Eckerd College with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development and Biology. During her time as an ATL Zacchaeus Fellow, Liz hopes to gain more experience in the education field, while also strengthening her relationship with the Lord. She also longs for the development of lifelong friendships that share similar beliefs as her. She desires a better understanding of the Lord's calling for her life with clarity on what direction she will take her career and population she will focus on. As a Zacchaeus Fellow, Liz will work as an Inclusion Specialist at Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool.