YOUR FEARLESS LEADERS
These staff members are committed to helping you and/or your group make it to South Africa as easily and smoothly as possible. They will ensure that you have an excellent missions experience with high-quality training that you and/or your group can implement back home!
Mission Adventures Manager
Kristen serves as the Mission Adventures Manager. She has 10 years of ministry training and experience in recruiting short-term missionaries and groups. Kristen has served with Impact Africa for over 5 years and as an alumnus of the Missions Experience Program, she is passionate about recruiting, hosting and training short-term missionaries. Feel free to connect with Kristen at email@example.com.
Emily serves as the Operations Manager for all short-term mission trips. She handles all of the pre-trip logistics and communications! Have a question? Ask Emily! She has been serving with Impact Africa for four years and has a passion to help each individual and group make it to South Africa as smoothly as possible. Feel free to reach out to Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Outreach Manager
Logan has been serving with Impact Africa for almost three years as our Community Outreach Manager. Logan strategically plans the ministry activities of each team so that everything your team does here in South Africa plugs into our long-term strategies. He has a huge passion to help train and equip each short-term missionary to effectively share their faith and advance the Gospel. Feel free to reach out to Logan at email@example.com.
Are you or your Group ready to advance the Gospel?
“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
“I have been learning so much about God’s heart for His people all around the world and how there is such an urgency to share the Gospel with these people who don’t know.”- Sarah Tapp, Class of 2012
“We are helping to not only meet the physical needs, but the spiritual needs of people in Africa.”- Katie Cavanaugh, Class of 2011