Formerly a financial compliance professional, I’m married, love to sing and I write short stories and contemporary romance. People are often surprised to find out that I play the flute. I’m excited about The Zoe Project because I can use my gifts from God to provide young adults with tools, confidence and faith to function more effectively in this changing world as Christians and successful young professionals.
My name is Krystal Singh. I am 21 years old and currently a junior at Hunter College in New York City. People are often surprised to find out that i love science and I’m actually a huge sports fan. I’m excited about the Zoe project because it is an opportunity to connect with others in my age group who also want to learn more about Christ. I also see it as a great opportunity to share our experiences with one another.
Rosslynn Pieters is a pragmatic, mindful, always evolving, community minded team player who has a propensity to help and serve. People are often surprised to find out that I am a pretty good Chess player. I’m excited about The Zoe Project because I remember my quarter-life crisis during my young adult years—struggling to transition into adulthood, gaining independence, unsure of my passions/purpose and trying to figure out my next steps in life. I’d like to share lessons learned with other young people to help increase their spiritual awareness and empower them to grow and live their best life.
Christopher De La Cruz is the Associate Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Jamaica, a husband, father of two wonderful children, son of Filipino immigrants and a lover of food. People are often surprised to find out that I have not been back to the Philippines since I was seven. I’m excited about the Zoe project because it is time for the Church to see young adults as an essential part of our mission.