Mrs. Wendy Hall grew up in Hinckley, Ohio, a small rural community in Medina County. Her parents were blessed with nine daughters and two sons. As a Sr. Admissions Counselor and Coordinator of Student Life, Wendy’s main responsibilities includes daily recruitment of prospective students by engaging them in the process of discerning their potential fit at the seminary and their ministry calling. She also works with current students by coordinating student life activities not only on our Ashland campus but in our urban centers in Cleveland, Columbus and Detroit.
“It has been wonderful to listen to students, employees, and guests share their stories and how they have been called to serve others. In the short amount of time I have worked here at ATS, the humbleness and graciousness I have seen in these people have already made a positive impact in my life,” said Mrs. Hall.
After recently completing a Master of Arts in Health and Risk Communication, Wendy is looking forward to dedicating some of her free time to working with local charities and helping them with their public health initiatives. Wendy also enjoys going to the beach with her family, cheering on her daughter’s volleyball team, and taking long walks with her dog, Lucy.
She has been married to her husband, Rodney for 23 years. They have three children. Morgan, 20, who recently graduated from Ashland University. Tyler, 19, is a sophomore at Ashland University, and Kristen, 17, is a junior in high school. Wendy lives in southern Medina County.