Member Directory

Jack Nicholson is a student of British political history at Blackfriars, University of Oxford.

Antonio Ivan Beley is a certified member of the World Youth Alliance with a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from the University of Asia and the Pacific. His exposure to the different pillars of the Humanities through activities and discussions on culture, socio-political issues, art, history, literature, theology and philosophy from his academic classes and attending seminars at The Morningside Institute gave him the desire to share these with others through writing and active participation in WYA's advocacy of promoting and defending human dignity while contributing to the betterment of the lives of his fellow Filipinos. During his free time, you will find him writing, reading a book, spending time with his friends, playing the guitar, or singing.

Andrea is a Wisconsin native currently living and working as a legal assistant in Northern Virginia. She majored in English at Hillsdale College, so she often reads novels in her free time; but, if she's not reading the Great Books, then she is probably reading theology. She recently converted to the Catholic faith after a year-long deep dive into Patristics, and she is writing to share some of what she has learned through her studies.

Thomas F. Sleete is a retired American History teacher and educational consultant with over 44 years of experience. That from which he derives the most enjoyment in this world is his interaction with, and love for, his grandchildren. The Lord guided and comforted him through the loss of his wife, and one way he seeks to glorify the name of Jesus at every opportunity is through his writing.

Richard Keeble is a graduate of King's College London and the University of Oxford. He currently works as the Sacristan at Pusey House, an Anglo-Catholic chaplaincy and library in Oxford. Having studied Theology, Richard enjoys thinking and writing about the history of the Church of England, in which he is also discerning a call to ordained ministry.

Dabney Baldridge studied English and Classical Education at Grove City College. She lives in Maryland with her husband, Austin, and teaches History and English at homeschool tutorials. When she is not lesson planning or grading, you can find her writing poetry, enjoying a good book, or hiking in the mountains.

Samuel Negus lives with his wife and daughter in beautiful Black Mountain, NC, where he teaches at the CreatEd Institute. He enjoys mostly simple things such as hiking, reading, conversation, cheese, beer, bread, and cheering for utterly disappointing sports teams. He writes when he thinks he has something worth conveying.