Intercultural Studies Vocational Track with a Business Administration Minor
Class of 2014
An honors student and a leader with a desire to serve, Kyle has been involved at Lee University in residential life, student leadership, and as an office assistant in the Intercultural Studies Program. Kyle will graduate in the spring of 2014 with an Intercultural Studies Major and a Business Administration Minor.
Kyle served the student body at Lee by leading small groups in his dorm his freshman year and then as a Resident Assistant his sophomore and junior years. He has also served on the alternative chapel committee, representing the student voice.
During his time at Lee, Kyle has taken advantage of the many opportunities to travel. He helped lead a three-country mission trip for ten weeks, from Ghana to Thailand to Guatemala. Kyle also spent ten weeks in Kenya for an internship in his major. Since then, he has made two trips back to Guatemala.
“Mission trips are my life and my passion,” said Kyle. “I love the preparation that goes into them, planting the seeds and seeing the harvest.”
Kyle is from Knoxville, Tn., where he plans to return with his wife, Bethany, upon graduation to work for Global Infusion, an overseas mission organization, while also pursuing a job in the field of construction.