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President | Luca Hickman

A longtime resident of Milwaukee, I had the blessed opportunity to spend many of my summers as a child in the fields and forests of northern Wisconsin. After high school, I enrolled in MSOE’s electrical engineering program. Though fascinated by the devices and designs I studied, merely understanding their application-specific technology was never my chief aim. Rather, I saw this technology as a vehicle for nurturing something far more important: an engineering mindset.

Undoubtedly, my chief motivation for this—and all I do—comes from my Catholic faith. In particular, I have long been drawn towards the Franciscan tradition which emphasizes humility and charity towards those in need. I have been gifted with an amazing family, education and wealth of experiences. My goal now is to take what I have been given and dedicate it to the service of God in the same way as St. Francis—through joyful service to the poor.

Juris Doctorate

Ave Maria School of Law | Florida, USA

 

BS, Electrical Engineering

Milwaukee School of Engineering | Wisconsin, USA

E-Mail: luca@freshcoastfoundation.org

Corporate Website: www.mirrorreprints.com

Having been blessed by my upbringing in a hard-working and supportive family in Wisconsin; I have never known how to stave my abundant curiosity. My parents had taught me from a young age the merits of entertaining my passions with eager work and a love for helping others accomplish the same.

With these philosophies I have come to know Jesus Christ and grow in wisdom and stature as my faith has flourished. I have dedicated my life to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, and stewarding new Christians in their walk. I strive to create an environment in which they may flourish as I did.

BS, Mechanical Engineering

Milwaukee School of Engineering | Wisconsin, USA

 

Dipl-Ing., Mechanical Engineering

Lubeck University of Applied Sciences | Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

E-Mail: mike@freshcoastfoundation.org

Treasurer | Mike Bubolz

Secretary | Jamie Sammon

Growing up in Ontario, Canada, I was blessed with a wonderful family. At an early age, my parents taught me the value of hard work and compassion. With their support and encouragement, I took great interest in volunteerism and began offering my services in school, at church, and in extra-curricular activities. In high school, I began working with the Sisters of St. Joseph in their efforts with both national and international organizations assisting in the third world.

After my second year of undergraduate studies, I was blessed with the opportunity to volunteer in a rural area of Ghana. During my time in there, my eyes were opened to the reality of the third world; for the first time in my life, I understood that the statistics we hear are not numbers, they are real people with names, faces, and very unique personalities. At that point, I realized that God was calling me to help these people, especially children, by becoming His hands and feet.

With this new understanding and renewed faith, I returned to university with the conviction to incorporate both the Catholic intellectual tradition and my experiences in Ghana into all of my work. I remain dedicated to discerning God’s will, living out the Gospel, and incorporating the teachings of Christ into everything that I do.

Juris Doctorate

Ave Maria School of Law | Florida, USA

 

BA, History, Law and Justice, Political Science

Laurentian University – Algoma University College | Ontario, Canada

E-Mail: jamie@freshcoastfoundation.org