In addition to eating lots of sushi, pondering the mysteries of the universe, and making friends at William Jessup University, Jared also graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Intercultural Studies and a minor in Bible & Theology. During his time there, Jared led worship and developed teams at the University and Bayside Church.
And while Jared (that’s me) was told these bios are usually written in third person, it feels a tad unnatural… so if you want more information, you’re going to have to twitter stalk him (@jfujishin) on that new fangled internet machine, or we can get together and share a cup of coffee (and by “share” of course I mean separate cups, because I’m very “germ conscious”).
Alyson Moore hails from the great metropolis of Seattle, Washington, and yes, she is a crazy Seahawks fan. Go Hawks!! She graduated from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, with a B.A. in Elementary Education.
Four and a half years ago, the Lord brought her family to the Santa Cruz area so her husband could become the pastor of Christian Life Center in Santa Cruz.
Before having her two children, Alyza (10) and Ryson (4), she taught middle school English at a private school in Florida. Recently, she has been working with the Pregnancy Resource Center of Santa Cruz County, where she goes into the local county high schools and teaches healthy relationships.
When she’s not rooting her Seahawks on to victory, Alyson enjoys hanging out with her family, traveling, singing, and doing some retail therapy. She is excited to join the Baymonte team, and is looking forward to the future.
Nicole Endacott studied Biology with an Ecology emphasis at Azusa Pacific University. She has worked as a Naturalist at Mission Spring Science Camp and loves sharing nature with middle-schoolers. Most recently, Nicole taught Genetics, Ecology, and Algebra to gifted elementary and middle school students at the Institute for Educational Advancement in Pasadena, CA.
When she’s not at school, you’ll find Nicole outdoors–usually hiking or at the beach!
Nicole will be teaching 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Science. She has many labs planned and is looking forward to meeting her new students!