Meet Our Leadership Team
Since graduating from the College of William and Mary, Suby's vocational roles have taken her from a biology classroom to a congressional office to global homeschool travels to the piano in her Falls Church living room. She considers it a privilege to walk alongside Fellows as they pursue God in their post-college years. Suby and her husband Jim, along with their three teenage boys and two dogs, embrace their roots of Southern hospitality by opening their home to the Fellows each Monday night for roundtable dinner.
Since 1996 he has ministered with The Falls Church in a number of different capacities. Bill was the founding Rector of St. Brendan’s in the City in Washington DC. He recently served as the Director of Formation for The Washington Institute and previously served as president of The Regeneration Forum and publisher of re:generation quarterly, a magazine devoted to “community transforming culture”. He has also served on staff at the Servant Leadership School of Church of the Savior, was a founding board member and then President of the Southeast DC Partners, and is currently a US Trustee of the Anglican Relief and Development Fund and on the Advisory Council for The Telos Group.
Much of Dean’s story can be organized in two’s:
Attending two Southern California undergraduate schools for college (Claremont McKenna College and Azusa Pacific University)
Loving two stints with InterVarsity (one before, one after seminary)
Loving two stints in business (one with a small company specializing in New Testament travel packages, one in sales with Apple)
Loving two Anglican parishes (The Falls Church Anglican, and since 2014 The Church of the Ascension.
That said, there are other significant numbers in Dean’s story. Dean graduated from one graduate school, Regent College, in Vancouver, finishing in 1999 as the Board of Governor’s Recipient in Proficiency for the Master of Divinity degree. Dean has three wonderful children (two boys, one girl). And Dean is the honored husband of one wife, Mary Ellen.
Dr. Fullilove is the Assistant Pastor of Community at McLean Presbyterian Church in McLean, VA and Assistant Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, NY. His teaching focuses on helping students understand and use the Old Testament more effectively in Christian ministry, whether ordained or as lay leaders in churches. His research focuses mainly on the Dead Sea Scrolls, with both New Testament and Old Testament implications. He has published on both the New Testament and the Old Testament, as well as ancient languages and writing systems including Hebrew, Aramaic, Ugaritic, and cuneiform. He has earned a Ph.D. in Semitic and Egyptian Languages and Literatures at The Catholic University of America, an M.A. from The Catholic University of America, an M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary, and an A.B. from Princeton University.
Prior to his appointment at RTS New York, Dr. Fullilove served as Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Assistant Academic Dean at Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta. Before joining Reformed Theological Seminary, Dr. Fullilove had served in various other roles as an Assistant Pastor, including oversight of Pastoral Care, Faith and Work Ministry, and Ministry Operations. He also previously served for seven years as the director of the Capital Fellows Program. Before his pastoral career, Dr. Fullilove was a Senior Associate at Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman and Company), helping direct large domestic and international strategy consulting projects.
Dr. Fullilove is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church in America and is the editor of Missio at The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture. He is a member of the Board of Christianity Explored North America and a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and the Evangelical Theological Society. Bill and his wife Jill have two children.
The Falls Church Anglican
The Falls Church Anglican is dedicated community of Christ-followers, believing and applying the truth of the Bible in our worship and daily lives. The Holy Spirit is leading us in new ways and we’re anticipating good things.