Your Fearless Leaders
These staff members are committed to your growth and development in the Missions Experience Program. They will help you discover your calling, develop your unique gifts and deploy you to share the Gospel!
Michelle & Rich Franzen
Impact Africa Founders
Michelle and Rich Franzen are the Founders of Impact Africa. They have a passion to help young adults discover their calling, develop their vision and be deployed to use their unique gifts, strengths and talents. Rich and Michelle are heavily involved in the day to day activities of the Missions Experience Program and you will learn a lot from them during your time in The Program!
Program Director and Womens Advisor
Bethany has received her degree in communication and marketing and has also had the opportunity to serve in 7 different countries around the world! She finds joy in seeing people walk in the destiny God has called them to and feels called to help people begin walking that path.
Program Director and Mens Advisor
Nano Mazzali serves as the male Program Advisor for the Missions Experience Program. Nano has received his degree in engineering and has served on The World Race. He has a passion to develop and disciple young men to become more like Christ and strong leaders. Nano is full of life, fun and is originally from Costa Rica! Feel free to connect with Nano at email@example.com.
Are you ready to discover your calling, develop your gifts and be deployed?
“Being an intern at Impact Africa was the greatest decision I've ever made. Before I came here, I was loving and serving Jesus the best I knew how, but it still felt like I was living in black and white. Now, I finally feel like I'm seeing in color. Learning how to share my faith and embracing the Great Commission has made me come alive in a way I've never felt before.”- Sarah Miller, class of 2016
“Impact ME is one of the most refining tools that I’ve ever experienced in my life!”- Micah Walker Class of 2011
“The Lord has used Impact ME to set my feet on solid ground, not only missionally, but also theologically.”- Ellie Jo Wedell, Class of 2014