Meet Our Staff

Rev. Dr. Tracy Wenger Sadd
Chaplain/Director of Religious Life; Lecturer in Religious Studies; Executive Director, Purposeful Life Work & Ethical Leadership | 717-361-1261 | BSC 253Tracy

In addition to being the Chaplain of the College, Tracy Wenger Sadd is an ordained clergywoman in the Church of the Brethren, and teaches academic courses in philosophical theology, the life of meaning, purposeful life work, global values, and leadership.  She has published curriculum and prayers, and co-edited the book God and Country:  Diverse Perspectives on Christianity and Patriotism.  

She is conducting research related to pedagogies that promote bridge-building behaviors across religious and cultural boundaries, and her office is participating in President Obama’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, which has many goals, including promoting cooperative efforts across religious and non-religious boundaries to solve community problems.   

Sadd has particular interests in spirituality and leadership, ethical leadership, and change management.  She is the co-author of a grant from the Association of American College and Universities that has resulted in a two-year project at the College named “Calling, Career, and Civic Development.” She also services on the National Advisory Board of the Council of Independent Colleges Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education.

Sadd has a B.A. from Lebanon Valley College, an M.Div. from Duke University, an M.B.A. from The Pennsylvania State University, and a D.Min. from Virginia Theological Seminary.

Rev. Amy Shorner-Johnson
Assistant Chaplain rev amy shorner-johnson | 717-361-1260 | BSC 254

Amy has been at Elizabethtown College since October 2010.  She holds a B.A in Religion and Sociology from Carson Newman College, and an M.Div from McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University.  She has also completed two units of CPE in Atlanta, GA.  She was ordained through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and it was through her denomination she had some of her first experiences with Interfaith Dialogue.  

Amy oversees the Chaplain's Office programming, including the student-led Interdenominational Christian Worship, as well as periodic multi-faith prayer services and the programs such as Soul Café and an Alternative Spring Break Trip to Miami, Florida. Amy is also available for spiritual mentoring and pastoral counseling.