Casey Worsham

Director of Operations & Development – casey@anyfocus.org

Casey graduated from UTD with a BS in Business Administration and from Amberton University with an MBA in Strategic Leadership. He caught a vision for campus missions in 2004 as a student at UTD, and it changed his life forever. He went on to serve as a campus pastor for 5 years at Collin College and has rejoined our staff in a new role. He wears many hats, focusing primarily on new projects, while also helping out with day-to-day operations. Outside of his work for FOCUS, he serves as lead pastor at East Plano Fellowship.

Leah Lorenz

Finances and Donor Management – leah@anyfocus.org

Leah graduated from UTD with a BS in Business Administration and from Amberton University with a Masters in Professional Counseling. She is one of the founding members of FOCUS and was able to make incredible friends, grow spiritually, and find a great guy that she eventually married, Jared. Together they have 5 kids: Katelyn, Kayleigh, Jackson, Lauren, and Joshua and a dog, Sadie. Leah enjoys hanging out with people, being with her family, going on vacations, and has a new love/hate relationship with running. As an Administrator for FOCUS, she handles the donations and payments that are made by our students and donors.

Paul Ueng

Administrator – paul@anyfocus.org

Paul graduated from the University of Washington in 2015 with a bachelor’s in Industrial and Systems Engineering. After a sojourn in California for a year, he moved to Texas to be closer to his brother. Working full-time at Fossil and volunteering after-hours with FOCUS, an opportunity arose to jump into ministry full-time as an administrator in the Summer of 2020 (amidst the pandemic). He’s so excited for this new journey in ministry and where it will lead!

Victoria Milian Seiler

Administrator – victoria@anyfocus.org

Victoria came to the DFW area to study Music Performance for the viola at UNT and graduated instead with a degree in a much more lucrative field: English. Her time in FOCUS shaped her faith and relationships in such a meaningful way that she chose to spend an additional year with FOCUS as an apprentice to learn how to minister to students better before starting her career as a high school English teacher. She is fond of saying that she has been a better teacher for having been a campus minister; but after 4 years of teaching she’s back in campus missions and is excited about the ways that having been a teacher makes her a better campus minister!
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