Tom Amato '67
Tom is the CFO of Pillar of Fire, International, a Christian denomination headquartered in Zeraphath, New Jersey, which projects the gospel via radio (3 stations), primary and secondary education, churches and missions.Tom has served as CFO of three publicly-traded companies over a period of 20 years, including Symbol Technologies from 1990 to 1997. After leaving Symbol, Tom served as CFO of Dialogic Corporation and ultimately negotiated the sale of the company to Intel. More recently he served as CFO for two VC-backed telecommunications equipment start-ups (Tachion Networks & Wavesmith Networks) and privately owned Sentinel Business Systems, Inc. Prior to his return to the Princeton area with his wife, Barbara, Tom served as Chairman of the Audit Committee and a Director of Intersections, Inc., which completed a successful IPO in April, 2004. Tom holds an AB in Economics from Princeton (’67) and an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (’70).
James An '08
James graduated from Princeton in 2008, with an engineering degree in Computer Science. James was part of Manna Christian Fellowship during his four years at Princeton and served as a worship team member, small group leader, and president. After graduating, James stayed in the Princeton area for two years working at ZS Associates, a business consulting firm. He is currently studying for an MBA at the Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania.
Rev. David H. Kim
Rev. David H. Kim is the founding director of Manna and has served at Princeton University for the past fourteen years. During his time at Princeton, David developed this ministry to focus on how the gospel renews both private and public worlds. He is also currently on staff with Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan serving as the director of the Gotham Fellowship a nine-month Fellows program for young professionals. He received his B.A. in biology from the University of Pennsylvania, his M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary, and his Th.M. from Princeton Theological Seminary in Christian Ethics. He is an ordained minister of the PCA.
Greg W. Lee '00
Gregory Lee is Assistant Professor of Theology at Wheaton College, where he also contributes to the Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies. He has served on Manna's Board of Trustees since 2008 and as Chair of the Board since 2009. He was student president of Manna during his senior year at Princeton. Greg received his A.B. in philosophy from Princeton ('00), his M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School ('03), and his Ph.D. in Christian Theological Studies from Duke University ('10). He and his wife, Jeanette, live in West Side Chicago, where Jeanette works for the Lawndale Christian Legal Center.
Andrew Lieu '06
Andrew Lieu was part of Manna Christian Fellowship during all four years at Princeton. While a student in Manna, Andrew was on the servant team as both a sophomore and freshmen small group leader. After graduating from Princeton, he spent three years working at Citigroup in the Capital Markets division. Andrew completed his undergraduate degree at Princeton in 2006, majoring in Operations Research and Financial Engineering, and received his MBA from the NYU Stern Business School.