'Salisbury is serving in an intentional living community in Namyangju, about 45 minutes from the South Korean capital, Seoul. There, SALT’s work intersects with several organizations, including Circle Café & Bakery, a Mennonite church, the Korean Association for Restorative Justice (KARJ), the Korea Peacebuilding Institute (KOPI), and the Northeast Asia Regional Peace Institute (NARPI), which creates dialogue between Asian nations as a way of overcoming tense historical relationships. Salisbury largely spends her time as a barista in the café and as a co-teacher at the hagwon. She also focuses on creating community events and engagement opportunities.'
Hannah Salisbury ’18 is spending a year in South Korea working through the Mennonite Church’s Serving and Learning Together (SALT) program to “challenge social norms by living in a manner that glorifies God.”