Henderson’s Rotolo picked to attend prestigious forum
PRINCETON, N.J. — Chip Rotolo of Henderson, a graduate student at Princeton Theological Seminary, has been selected to attend the Forum for Theological Exploration in Chicago.
FTE is a leadership development program inspiring young people to make a difference in the world through Christian communities. Organizers have included influential seminary educators, clergy and philanthropists in the past, including John D. Rockefeller Jr., Robert Rankin and Frederick Buechner.
He was nominated by Amy Derrick, the Global Missions Personnel Selection Manager and the leader of the student government program.
Rotolo is the son of Lisa and Mike Rotolo. He graduated from the N.C. School of Science and Math. He also attended Northern Vance High School.
The forum will include more than 70 young adult leaders and convene in Evanston, Illinois, the first week of June.
While there, Rotolo will engage in vocational questions about ministry, exchange ideas and connect with a community of his peers.