Shannon is an energetic young man who has spent his early professional life working with non-profits and public policy groups in Washington, D.C. Through his work with Jesuit Refugee Service and other non-profit organizations, Shannon established a career objective of working within a faith-based organization to positively impact his community.
Shannon graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University with a degree concentration in international affairs and business technology. He has spent several years working in our nation’s capital, most recently as analyst with the U.S. Council on Competitiveness, a member organization of business, university, and public service leaders seeking to advance beneficial economic policy initiatives.
Shannon and his wife relocated to Atlanta so he can assume his role with Macedonian Ministry, while she pursues an accelerated nursing degree at Emory University.