Dr. Irwyn Ince
Rev. Dr. Irwyn Ince serves as a pastor at Grace DC Presbyterian Church and director of the Grace DC Institute for Cross-Cultural Mission. Rev. Ince is a graduate of City College of NY (B.E.E.E, 1995), Reformed Theological Seminary (M.A.R., 2006), and Covenant Theological Seminary (D.Min., 2016). He and his wife, Kim, have been married 27 years, and have four children (Jelani, Nabil, Zakiya, and Jeremiah).
Chief of Staff
Melissa Littlepage is the Chief of Staff for the Grace DC Institute for Cross-Cultural Mission. Since joining the team in January 2019, Melissa has worked to bring cohesion and efficiency to the daily workings of the ICCM. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Instrumental Composition from Belmont University, and a Master of Music degree in Performance from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Ms. Littlepage now resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband Joel (a Grace DC pastor) and their three sons, Oscar, Thelonius, and Wynton.
Anna Rozzo serves as Instructional Manager for the Grace DC Institute for Cross-Cultural Mission. She began working with ICCM in April of 2018 and has developed the cohort curriculum, teaching philosophy, and instructional materials. Anna has lived in France, Spain, Morocco, and Indonesia in addition to the US. At the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, she studied Romance Languages and Linguistics received her Masters in Teaching degree from the School for International Training. She lives in Northwest Washington, DC with her husband David.
Dr. Greg Thompson
Senior Advisor for Strategy and Development
Gregory Thompson is a pastor, scholar, writer, artist, and producer who currently serves as Executive Director of Voices Underground, an initiative to build a national memorial to the Underground Railroad outside of Philadelphia, and as a James Lawson Fellow for Faith and Justice at Historic Clayborn Temple in Memphis, Tennessee. In addition to this, he is the Co-Creator (with the acclaimed artist Sho Baraka), Producer and Co-Writer of Union: The Musical, and Co-Author (with Reverend Duke Kwon) of the forthcoming book, Reparations: A Christian Call to Repentance and Repair. He holds an M.Div from Covenant Theological Seminary, and an M.A. and PhD from the University of Virginia. Gregory is currently an active lecturer around the United States on the subject of race, reparations, and the healing of our communities.