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Women's History Month – Featuring Amy Huber

Amy Huber is a first generation American born in New York to immigrant parents from the Philippines and China. Amy earned a BS in Psychology from Virginia Tech and a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision from Liberty University. It was in the college environment that she came to faith in Christ her freshman year and developed a passion for ministry to college students.
“Pillar College is a special place to me for three primary reasons:
1. A Christian institution: God has a specific purpose for every believer (Eph. 2:10); and the staff and faculty at Pillar College have the freedom to pray for students and integrate God’s word into the learning experience.
2. Multicultural: In our diverse environment we are challenged by perspectives different from our own – which helps us become critical thinkers and grow in understanding of those who are different from ourselves for the purpose of building bridges of peace.
3. Accessible: For many, earning a college degree is not an easy option but rather a tremendous sacrifice. Many students are single parents juggling multiple jobs, some have little or no family support, a few have even experienced homelessness; yet we seek to provide creative and affordable pathways so that these students can persevere and pursue God’s Call.
Working at Pillar College is rewarding, sometimes challenging, but always a privilege because we get to be a part of God’s work in preparing future leaders for kingdom impact.”
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