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.

Adarius King
Adarius is from Gadsden, AL. He is a recent graduate from Jacksonville State University with a degree in Business Marketing. During his time as an ATL Zacchaeus Fellow, Adarius hopes to strengthen his relationship with Lord, find more opportunities to serve in the community, and make new friends and connections in Atlanta.

Aileen Gonzalez
Aileen is a Wichita, Kansas native. She recently graduated from Champion Christian College in Hot Springs, Arkansas with a degree in Education. She is looking forward to learning new ways to use her degree, deepen her personal faith, and to make new friends in the city!

Bianca Jackson
Bianca is from Montgomery, AL and is a graduate of Florida State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology. As a member of the Atlanta Zacchaeus Fellows program, Bianca hopes to grow stronger in her faith as well as develop in the real estate sector. Over the course of the fellowship, Bianca also hopes to make genuine, strong connections throughout the community of Atlanta.

Ean Hines
Ean was born, raised, and schooled in Fort Collins, having attended Colorado State University and acquired a major in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and a minor in Business Administration. Ean yearns to see how the Lord will use him and is curious about what community will look like in Atlantan culture as a Fellow. Oh, and he finds joy in climbing things.

Elijah Campbell
Elijah Campbell is a Morehouse College graduate, having earned a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management. Originally from Gadsden, Alabama, Elijah is excited to transition into adulthood in Atlanta. In his free time, he enjoys making memories and finding joy in his friends. One thing that he looks forward to is building connections while also getting to know himself better.

Jackie Ndabahekeye
Jackie Ndabahekeye relocated from Tanzania, Ngara(Refugee) and the Republic of Burundi to eventually settle in Knoxville, TN. She is a recent graduate from Carson-Newman University majoring in Communications with a minor in Human Services. She’s looking forward to moving down to Atlanta and to being surrounded by sisters/brothers in Christ who are hungry for God’s calling and purpose. Jackie is excited about how God will transform her this year.

Morgan Smith
Morgan Smith is a Memphis, Tennessee native whom recently graduated from The University of Memphis. At Memphis, Morgan received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development. During her time as an Atlanta Zacchaeus Fellow, she is excited to strengthen her spiritual and professional relationships as she enters this new stage of her life.

Valina Beauvoir
Valina is from Lawrenceville, Georgia. She recently graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies, with a concentration in Global Studies. During her time as an ATL Zacchaeus Fellow, Valina looks forward to deepening her faith and better understanding God’s calling for her career.


Will Gilmer
Will is from Greenville, South Carolina. He recently graduated from Clemson University with a Masters of Fine Arts in Digital Production Arts. Will looks forward to the opportunity for professional growth and community that Atlanta offers him. He is especially excited to learn more about how to weave his faith into his profession.