Will Stoller-Lee, MAT
Director of Fuller Seminary Colorado
Will Stoller-Lee has been director of Fuller Seminary Colorado, the regional campus in Colorado Springs, since 1995, when the local program was launched.
Prior to that he worked for Young Life in the Institute of Youth Ministries, a training partnership between Fuller and Young Life. Currently, he coordinates several significant ministry partnerships for Fuller including our longstanding relationships with Young Life and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
In 2005, along with Fuller alum John Priddy, Ed Priddy, and Dr. Craig Detweiler, Stoller-Lee helped co-found Fuller’s immersive course experience at the Sundance Film Festival, called the Windrider Forum. There is no more engaging and stimulating experience of the festival than this annual event which brings together seminary students, pastors, ministry leaders, undergrad filmmakers, and film lovers for a thoughtful exploration of the most relevant and important topics in our culture.
Stoller-Lee has devoted himself to community organizations and events that honestly explore themes of religious faith and promote mutual respect and understanding. He serves as chair of the CPE Professional Advisory Committee for Centura/Penrose-St. Francis Health Services, and serves on the board for the Dale House Project, a residential treatment community for marginalized teenagers. In 2008, the Center for Christian-Jewish Dialogue awarded him the “Dove of Peace” award for his community work on interfaith dialogue.
Stoller-Lee holds degrees from Colorado College (BA,’79) and Fuller Seminary (MAT, ’93). He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Anne, and their two grown children.