Rev. Zoë Garry (she/her), Campus Minister/Director

Rev. Zoë Garry is an ordained minister in the PCUSA and a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary with a concentration in Women, Gender, and Theology. She completed her Clinical Pastoral Education at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. Prior to clinical training, she was an intern and later liturgist for the Princeton University Chapel, where she created liturgy, designed curriculum, and ministered to the students and community at Princeton.

Interfaith ministry has always been central to her call. This can be seen in her work with the Chautauqua Institute as the Christian coordinator for the Abrahamic Program for Young Adults and her certification to facilitate interfaith dialogues through the Interfaith Center of Philadelphia. College ministry and academia are both passions of Zoë’s and she strives to create a dynamic ministry that Christ-centered, open-tabled, and affirming at NOLA Wesley.

Carrie Stuckwisch (she/her), Labyrinth Café Manager


Carrie joined the NOLA Wesley team in August 2021. Since then, she has used her vision to transform the Labyrinth Café into a space for studying, affordable lunch, and seeing friendly faces. Her dedication has allowed the customer and staff community to grow exponentially, with more students learning about the café every semester. Carrie is also an active member of Rayne UMC, as well as a classically trained chef. Come in and try one of her yummy recipes Monday-Saturday!

Mary Evelyne White (she/her), Outreach Chair

Mary Evelyne is a sophomore at Tulane who is involved in Wesley & the Labyrinth in many ways (but especially by eating turkey pesto sandwiches at the café multiple times per week). As Outreach Chair, she works on our website, social media, outreach, and events. She is passionate about language learning, LGBTQ+ equality, and crafts! If you want a student perspective on what Wesley or the Labyrinth has to offer, she’s your gal!