Caitlin White

In her work as a provisional elder in the United Methodist Church, Caitlin serves as the Director of Stetson Wesley, a campus ministry which she has been leading through a revitalization. Currently her goals are to innovate what it means to be in campus ministry: transitioning Stetson Wesley from a focus on Stetson University alone to a campus ministry network serving multiple campuses, serving the UM Children’s Home in Enterprise, FL and building collaboration and peer support with other campus ministers. Stetson Wesley is undertaking important challenges: bringing recovery meetings to Stetson University for the first time, connecting creative arts and contemplative practice, partnering in interfaith community organizing across Volusia County, creating an LGBTQ+ support community, and expanding with what is possible in campus ministry social justice.

Beatriz Andrekovich

Born and raised in Mexico City, Beatriz Andrekovich has spent her life studying and championing the cultural traditions of the Americas. And thanks to her undergraduate studies at Pennsylvania’s Clarion University and a master’s degree from her home country’s Universidad Tecnológica Autónoma de Mexico, she has the business know-how to advance those traditions wherever she goes.

As a Central Floridian, her résumé includes work on behalf of a long litany of organizations and events that strengthen the ties between the United States and the Spanish-speaking world. The list of undertakings that have benefited from her expertise runs the gamut from Casa de Mexico to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Fort Myers to Casselberry’s Latin Fest – even the Mr. and Miss Lake Mary contest!

“In Pennsylvania, I felt like people looked at me as an alien,” she recalls of her time in college, and of the early years of her marriage immediately thereafter. “I didn’t want my kids to grow up being thought of as aliens. We settled in Central Florida for the weather, the schools and the closeness to nature, as well as the fact that there were people from all over here and we could fit in.”

Patronizing establishments like Winter Park’s La Hacienda Market and Taqueria and helping to make Dia de los Muertos displays are merely two of the activities she engages in to keep those home fires burning.

“[Central Florida] is a place where I can be proud of my heritage, show it off to others and fit into a community that honors many cultures,” she says. “I am proud of what we’ve accomplished in Mexico and feel the responsibility to represent Mexico well.”

Beatriz’s nonprofit Arte de Cultura de Mexico provides public relations and art and cultural support for larger nonprofit organizations in the Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties.




Angie Royal

Angie Royal was born and raised in Sanford, Florida. She is a second generation native Floridian. Angie will always be at heart:

  • a Pine Crest Elementary super squirrel
  • a Lakeview Middle mustang
  • a Seminole High Sammy Seminole.

Please know it is only by the grace and mercy of God that she is on this team of amazing humans. 

Angie dreams of honeybunnies: a unique boutique, a store without red tape. Honeybunnies would exist to connect a neighbor with a need to a neighbor that can help. All of the profits go back to missions. Angie does not want to waste another second of her life only focusing on herself. She makes a daily decision to take action on behalf of youth in Sanford.

When Angie worked for the McKenzie Wilson Foundation in Jacksonville and more recently in the child welfare operations field in Sanford, her eyes were opened to the many needs of others. During her time in Africa and Honduras, her heart was enlarged even further. The needs Angie observes at home and across the globe vary, but include physical, emotional, spiritual, and medical needs.

Angie takes a stand for others by being moved to action to meet these needs. Angie refuses to sit back, and do nothing any longer. Angie’s primary goal is to meet the varied needs of Sanford youth in order to lead them into being fully alive, whole, healthy, and productive members of society. She chooses to walk out life with everyONE of them by truly listening to them, fighting for their hearts, uncovering their dreams, discovering their unique talents, accepting them just as they are, and just letting kids be kids. Angie works toward this goal as the Family Ministries Coordinator at First United Methodist Church Sanford.

Angie CRAVES to see all generations fully alive where neighbor helps neighbor, and all are gathered with linked arms. What do you CRAVE?


Matthew Kern

Matthew’s project is “Wholly”.  Wholly is a gathering for those who seek an improved state of well-being while living with anxiety and depression. Participants have the opportunity to grow in their capacity to articulate and navigate their own lived experiences through an 8-week series of guided discussions. At its conclusion members are invited to continue in an on-going community experience aimed at sustaining habits of self care and interpersonal support.

Terri Hartman

Terri works as a Graphic Account Manager at Freeman.  She has had a love for books and a passion for reading all her life.  She loves nothing more than curling up on the couch with a good book.  Since 2016, she has graciously shared this love of books with her community by hosting a Little Free Library at her home.  Being a part of Crave has been a fulfilling and wondrous experience for her.


Danielle Adams

Danielle Adams is an influencer, writer, activist, body image coach, and speaker.

She’s very passionate about the impacts that beauty standards have on women and girls, food insecurities, race relations, and women’s rights. In 2021, Danni and Summer Innamen launched a body image coaching certification course for professionals who provide direct service to those struggling with body image issues.

During the pandemic, she worked alongside physicians to help minimize anti-fat bias in healthcare. In 2021, she partnered with Seminole County health department to decrease food disparities in low income communities. She shares a community vision where people of all backgrounds are not socially, politically, or economically restricted from moving freely. She’s received the Solidarity Award from Job with Justice award and has been nominated for several 2023 awards for change, including the 30 under 30 Global Brand Award.

Danini has been invited to speak at Harvard University, University of Ottawa, Bethune Cookman University and more about race, beauty, and more. She’s been featured on ABC’s  Tamron Hall Show, Dr. Phil and The Sisaundra Show. Her work has been featured in Hello Beautiful, The Curvy Fashionista, Madam Noir, Ebony Online and more.

Danni was born and raised in Sanford, FL. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Florida State University. After graduating from FSU, she started working for Lutheran Social Services as a program manager. She also received a Masters in Public Administration from. She co-created an after school program that focused on literacy & cultural competency. Danielle dedicates her time to create social change.

Danielle models as a hobby and loves Law & Order SVU marathons.