Register Now. This week on Armed with Faith (Tuesday 9/21 at 7pm EST/4pm Pacific) Fr. Gary Kyriacou is speaking with Dr. Christine G. Zeppos. Armed with Faith is a weekly program focused on ways to serve our Youth and bring them to a better understanding of Christ and His Church. Armed with Faith is a weekly program focused on ways to serve our Youth and bring them to a better understanding of Christ and His Church. Watch more of this program and other myOCN Community Events recorded programs anytime.
Dr. Christine G. Zeppos
Dr. Christine G. Zeppos has served 25 years in university administration and is an expert in the areas of Transformational Leadership & Change Management, Diversity/Equity/Inclusion, and Accreditation & Law of Higher Education. Her vast accreditation experience and expertise led her to be appointed as the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) Commissioner in Sacramento representing all CA private universities (e.g., Stanford, USC, Loyola Marymount, etc.). As Dean of Brandman University, Chapman System’s School of Education, she led the development of the now highly regarded doctoral program focusing on transformational leadership and change which produces ethical and trusted leaders who are able to transform their organizations through collaboration, inclusion, creativity, innovation, strategic thinking and positive influence. The graduates of this interdisciplinary program are highly successful P-12, higher education, health care, law enforcement, business and governmental leaders. Dr. Zeppos is currently the President of the private consulting firm, Transformational Leadership, LLC, which offers support to CEO’s, College Presidents, and Superintendents in the areas of Transformational Leadership & Change Management, Diversity/Equity/Inclusion, Instructional Technology, and Accreditation.
#1: Michelle Moujaes, Executive Director of Faithtree
Fr. Gary spoke with Michelle Moujaes, Executive Director of Faithtree. Faithtree is a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California that creates resources to help Orthodox Christians learn and live the Faith.
Michelle Moujaes, Executive Director of Faithtree
Michelle is the founder and Executive Director of Faithtree Resources, a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California. Faithtree creates resources to help Orthodox Christians learn and live the Faith.
After graduating from Boston University with a degree in Social Work and Community Organizing, including coursework emphasis on theology and organizing communities of faith, she began working for a variety of agencies including: The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, Monster.com’s Making it Count Program, Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless and the Easter Seals School for Children with Autism. She has led in a variety of roles within the Orthodox Christian Church including as the New England Regional Youth Director for the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, the Metropolitan Committee Chair in Los Angeles for International Orthodox Christian Charities, a member of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship’s National Board of Directors, Founding Chair of St. Elijah Orthodox Church elementary school programming in
Oklahoma City, among others.
Michelle is happily married to the kindest man in the universe, Waleed, and together they have four children, Dimitri, Alexander, Jonah and Sabine. When she’s not speaking or creating content for Faithtree Resources, you might find her speaking internationally on the topic of autism and interventions for adults and children with Extraordinary Needs, or volunteering at St. Michael Church, the home parish she and her family attend.