OSRL Chaplaincy Interns


OSRL Chaplaincy Interns and Residents 2021-2022


Helen Bond

Helen Bond

My name is Helen Bond and I’m a native of Memphis, TN. I’m currently a master’s student at the Candler School of Theology. At Candler, my research interests include religious education and modern religious thought and experience. I’m a 2018 graduate of Duke University. While at Duke, I majored in Political Science and double minored in Religious Studies and Music.

Because of my Memphis roots, I’m a major foodie and I love all things music. I’m also a dog mom to one amazing 3-year-old pup named Joy. After completing my master’s, I plan to obtain a doctorate in education and pursue a career in higher education administration. I’m passionate about community change and young adults. I’m so excited to walk this journey with you.



Headshot of Linh Le

Linh Le

Email: linh.ngoc.truc.le@emory.edu

Linh is from Vietnam and a student of Candler School of Theology. Linh has a lot of experience and passion in working with international students, refugees, people experience homelessness, and people experience incarceration. Linh enjoys exploring food cultures, taking pictures and travel.



headshot of Liz Martin

Liz Martin

Email: elizabeth.ann.martin@emory.edu

My name is Liz Martin. I am a native of Salt Lake City, Utah, a sixth-generation Mormon (non-practicing), and an aspirant for Unitarian Universalist ministry. Last July my husband transferred to Atlanta to enable me to study here at Emory (Candler). I have two young adult children and a large extended family I love fiercely, and I am passionate about prison reform, comprehensive sexuality education, and delicious vegan food. My favorite recreational activities are road trips and attending concerts. My intention is to experience an adventure in spirit-seeking and community that I couldn't necessarily get in my beloved hometown, and I'm excited to meet y'all along on the journey!


OSRL Chaplaincy Interns 2020-2021


Briyant Hines headshot

Briyant Hines

Email: briyant.christopher.hines@emory.edu

Briyant Hines is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 2009. He graduated in 2019 from Beulah Heights University where he was named Valedictorian and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies. Currently, he is a 2nd-Year MDiv student at Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where his focus is in Chaplaincy and Black Church Studies. Upon graduation, he plans to enter into a two-year accelerated program where he will earn his Juris Doctorate degree and practice constitutional and criminal law.