Rachel Luna is a graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary where she earned a Master’s degree in Theological Studies. Before attending Wesley, Rachel worked as the Missions and Outreach Assistant at Franklin First United Methodist Church in Franklin, Tennessee.
Over the past 8 years, Rachel has gained experience through service with Project Transformation in various roles. Her PT career started in 2009 as a Mountain Biking Coordinator in North Texas. After surviving a summer mountain biking in the summer heat, she served a second summer in Dallas as a youth intern in 2010. After graduating from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Social Work, Rachel worked on the first ever intern leadership team with Project Transformation Tennessee. Her final term as an intern was as a year-round site coordinator in Dallas.
Rachel’s hobbies include hiking, attending concerts and live sports, and walking around the National Mall. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family. She is also the proud aunt of Teddy Osborne, intern class of 2033.
Rhea Williams was born and raised in the San Francisco East Bay Area, and moved to DC after graduating from Westmont College in Santa Barbara with a degree in Psychology. Before coming to Project Transformation DC as Program Director, she spent a year living in intentional community as a fellow at Sojourners.
Outside of the office, you can find Rhea playing piano and singing, thinking about the intersection of faith, liberation, and identity, and dreaming about California golden hours.