Markita Roberson

Markita Roberson

mroberson@vanguard.edu
Coordinator of Undergraduate Program in Religion

Education: B.A. Biblical Studies, Vanguard University; M.A. Biblical Studies, (in process) Vanguard University.

Markita Roberson is a native of New York city, born and raised in Southeast Queens. She relocated to Southern California in 1995 to attend Vanguard University where she has done both her undergraduate and graduate work in Biblical Studies. She is currently the Coordinator of Undergraduate Program for the Department of Religion as well as an adjunct faculty member of Biblical Studies here at VU. She is also an advisory board member for the Center for Women’s Studies at VU.  Publishing under the pen name, E. Deloryce Dunlop, The Law of Jealousy is her first novel.

http://www.vanguard.edu/religion/faculty/religion-faculty-published-works/ 

Related Links: Center for Women’s Studies

Angel McGee

Angel McGee

angel.mcgee@vanguard.edu
Program Coordinator, Graduate Programs in Religion

Education: B.A. (in process) pre-Med/Sociology at Vanguard University (formerly Southern California College.)

Angel and her husband Rick both attended Vanguard University where Rick earned a degree in Ministry and Leadership. Angel grew up in Chile, South America as a missionary kid and speaks fluent Spanish. Her heart and passion is for missions around the World. They are currently on staff at Newport Mesa Church as Senior Associate pastors where they have been ministering for the last year. She has been married for 12 years and enjoys hanging out and traveling with their kids Jonathan, 11, and Katie, 7. Jonathan enjoys all things Star Wars and playing baseball. Katie loves animals and playing with her friends.

 

Diana Wahlstedt

diana.wahlstedt@vanguard.edu
Administrative Assistant, Department of Religion

Education: B.S. Child Development, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo; Multiple Subject Credential, California State University Fullerton.

Diana Wahlstedt grew up in Newport Beach and currently resides in Costa Mesa.  Diana attends Holy Trinity Church.  She has been active in many ministries, among them teaching ESL to Hmong Women in Santa Ana. Diana enjoys gardening, and various arts and crafts. She is an avid walker and enjoys nature.