Casey Worsham

Director of Operations & Development –

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 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 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 is so excited to serve the ministry in this new way and can’t wait to see what God has in store!

Victoria Milian

Administrator –

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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