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Our Staff Team

Alainna Goodnight

Alainna graduated with a degree in Dietetics from Virginia Tech in 2015 before working with the church in Blacksburg, VA. She moved with her husband, Curtis, to State college in the summer of 2020 to help start Storehouse and is a member of the core leadership team. College was a pivotal time in her relationship with the Lord so she is excited to get to walk alongside people as they are figuring out their faith at Penn State!

What do you do for fun?
I really do love baking (and eating). And I’m always in for any form of card or board game – especially Code Names!

What’s an odd fact about yourself?
I was born with clubbed feet. Part of my hip bone was put in both feet to make them straight.

Curtis Goodnight

Curtis graduated from Virginia Tech in 2014 and was on staff with a New Life Christian Fellowship in Blacksburg, VA for four years. He has a passion for investing in people during their college years and helping them see that God’s every impulse is out of His incredibly deep love for us. In 2020 he and Alainna moved to State College to help launch Storehouse and is a member of the core leadership team. He and Alainna have been married since 2015 and love getting to do ministry together.

What do you do for fun?
I enjoy doing landscape photography (I love National Parks!), woodworking, and researching gear, such as mechanical watches. Just a head’s up – if you ask me about mechanical watches I will likely, out of my excitement, share way more information than you could ever care to know. You’ve been warned 🙂

What’s an odd fact about yourself?
When I was a kid I was obsessed with collecting batteries. Not battery-powered items. Just batteries…

Morgan Solorzano

Morgan is a member of the core leadership team with Storehouse after planting in State College in the summer of 2020. While previously serving at New Life Christian Fellowship at Virginia Tech, she has a desire to see student’s lives changed by the Gospel & walk more fully in freedom with Jesus.

What do you do for fun?
I love all things water, so I truly miss being by the beach (but pumped to be by a lake!). I also love a good walking trail & always am down to see a movie with my friends while munching on lots of popcorn.

What is your walk-up song?
Freeze by T-Pain & Chris Brown – gotta be something to get my groove on 🙂

Enrique Solorzano

Enrique is a member of the core leadership team with Storehouse after moving to State College in 2020 with his wife, Morgan. Enrique was also on staff with a church in Blacksburg, VA at Virginia Tech, called New Life Christian Fellowship, for just over two and a half years serving the students on campus and in the community. I desire to see life change. After my time in college, and an experience that made me confront redemption head-on, a passion grew in me for students to see their lives changed by the Gospel and the redemption it brings.

What do you do for fun?
I have the most fun being outside. If it includes a ball, I’m in. A board, let’s shred. I think I have some hobbies I’ve actually never done, like fishing and bike rides, but I’m always in for new adventures!

What was your favorite meal?
I once ate a steak so good I involuntarily cried. Morgan made fun of me, and I haven’t shed a tear since.

Margaret Davis

Margaret joined the Storehouse Staff team in 2020 and has a heart for seeing people place their identity in Christ. She is excited to help build community, disciple young leaders, and walk with others as they walk with Jesus.

What do you do for fun?
I absolutely love trying new coffee shops! It’s basically an adventure with a sweet treat at the end. If there is a coconut latte on the menu, I will 100% order it.

What is your go-to breakfast?
I usually eat a yogurt bowl for breakfast. I slice some berries and sprinkle granola on plain, Greek yogurt from Weis. (Weis has the best yogurt for sure.) You put a drizzle of honey on top, and it’s delicious! But I’m also always in for something with chocolate chips in it.

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