Staff & Leadership

Tess Fitzsimmons, '19

Student President

Tess Fitzsimmons (top) is a native of the part of Illinois that is not Chicago and is a resident of Lowell House. While pursuing a joint degree in History & Literature and Religion, Tess is happy to spend time reading, watching movies, following the White Sox, and drinking pop. She is very excited to be back for her third year at Harvard and to make some new friends. 

Feel free to contact Tess with any questions about HUF!


Catherine Cook

Seminary Mentor

Catherine Cook is an alumna of Harvard College (Class of 2012), and a former RUF staff worker at the College of William and Mary. Currently she is pursuing her Master of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Although the South is home, Catherine has lived most of her adult life in the Boston area now and it has become a second home. This is her 8th year hanging out with RUF and she's excited to be spending time at her alma mater again!

Please contact Catherine if you have any questions!


Rev. Jeremy M. Mullen

Campus Minister

A native of Virginia Beach, VA, Jeremy first got involved with Reformed University Fellowship as an undergrad at Vanderbilt University.  He then served for 4 years as an officer in the U.S. Navy.  After graduating from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2009 with his Master of Divinity degree, he was called as the campus minister for RUF at Harvard University. 

Jeremy is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and a Harvard Chaplain.  

Jeremy met his wife Adrienne when they were both undergraduates together at Vanderbilt, and they love living in the Boston area with their daughter and son.

He enjoys meeting with students to talk about their questions and their personal struggles - or to simply connect students to various resources at Harvard and around Cambridge.  If you would like to meet some time, please contact him.

Here is Jeremy's interview with the Harvard Chaplains: