BASIC JOB DESCRIPTION
I oversee ASAP's communications and marketing efforts, including the production of all printed publications, the website, social media, video projects, and e-News. In addition, I coordinate exhibiting at camp meetings, conventions, and other events.
I graduated from Walla Walla University with a Bachelor’s degree in History. I am currently pursuing a Master of Science in Community & International Development at Andrews University, and I have also completed coursework in the Master of Divinity program.
HOW YOU WERE ORIGINALLY CONNECTED TO ASAP
In 2010, Pastor Martin Kim visited the church I was attending in Portland, Oregon and shared a report on the work of ASAP. It piqued my interest, and I continued to follow the organization from afar until I arrived at Andrews University in 2016. Over the next several months, I experienced a growing conviction that God wanted me to get involved with serving the needs of refugees and the unreached. My wife and I made it a matter of prayer, which set into motion a series of events that led me to begin volunteering at ASAP in June 2017.
WHEN YOU STARTED WORKING WITH ASAP
After volunteering for about three months, I officially started working for ASAP in October 2017.
FAVORITE ASAP PROJECT
Because of the impact of Christian education on my life – and since I have three children of my own – the schools that ASAP supports are close to my heart. Two are particularly special to me: Karen Adventist Academy, which is located in the Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp along Thailand's border with Myanmar, and the Vietnamese Feed and Read School in Cambodia, which helps impoverished immigrant children escape the horrors of human trafficking.
WHAT YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK
Outside of work, I enjoy camping, gardening, golfing, hiking, traveling, and spending time with my wife and children.
YOUR FAVORITE BIBLE TEXT
“I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me” (Galatians 2:20).