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Kim Collins

Kim Collins '99
Director of Alumni Engagement


Kim Collins is director of alumni engagement at Covenant College.


Kim graduated from Covenant in 1999 with a degree in English, and went on to teach middle school for several years. She later joined the World Journalism Institute (WJI) where she served for nine years in varying capacities, most recently as deputy director in New York City. During her time as deputy director, she worked to actively engage alumni of WJI.


Before coming to Covenant in 2015, Kim served as the capital campaign manager for the Bowery Mission in New York City.



Amy Smith

Amy Smith '07
Manager of Alumni Engagement


Amy Smith is the manager of alumni engagement at Covenant College.


Amy graduated from Covenant in 2007 with a degree in community development. Since 2008, Amy has served Covenant in a variety of roles and departments. As an admissions counselor, she worked closely with international and third-culture students. From there, she went on to pioneer Covenant’s volunteer efforts as the coordinator of volunteers. Amy now serves the alumni office as manager of alumni engagement. As a member of the alumni team, Amy coordinates Homecoming, is developing a student and young alumni engagement program, and continues to strengthen Covenant’s volunteer efforts.




Covenant College Alumni Office
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

Watch the progress of the Carter Hall renovation.

Covenant alumni Jake Groenendyk, Alex Weir, & Bryan Zumbach reflect on what they’ve learned during their first year away from Covenant in a recent Bagpipe article.

Visit the new distinctives site to explore a set of fast facts that help define the unique experience and value that a Covenant College education provides.

William Wolfe ’10 shares the story of how his life fell apart and the powerful way God turned it around.
Thankful for Covenant | Isaac Wardell '01
Isaac expresses his gratitude for a Covenant education in light of his work as director of Bifrost Arts.
Homecoming 2015
More than 500 alumni and friends returned to the mountain to enjoy food trucks, soccer games, the new visual art facility, and much more.