• Kent and Jo Bailey

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    Kent and Jo met as students at Samford and have been married since 1985.  They have served with CO with CO-Birmingham (1986-1997), CO Belo Horizonte, Brazil (1997-2010) and with CO International since 2010.  Kent’s focus is on developing, facilitating and resourcing the next generations of healthy, global-minded, multiplying Kingdom leaders.  They have 3 adult children and 2 son-in-laws.

  • Andy and Brooke Cheely

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    Andy was involved in CO as a student at Troy University and then went on staff with the CO Birmingham region.  He left to live in China and taught English there for nearly 25 years before moving back the US and joining the team at the GRC.  He serves as our Director of Operations, working to see everyone that is called, qualified and committed make it to one of the many international locations where we are building laborers.  He is married to Brooke and they have 2 daughters, Abigail and Esther.

  • John & Melody Hunt

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    John & Melody have served in Thailand since October 1990. In 1998 they were part of the expansion to KhonKaen and served there until 2015.  John served as the interim director of the Global Resource Center in Birmingham until October 2017. Currently, John & Melody serve as member care facilitators; helping our international staff be healthy laborers in order to have the most strategic impact possible.

  • Russell & Wendy Long

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    Originally from Powder Springs, GA, Russell studied Business Management and Finance at the University of West Georgia where he came to Christ at a CO conference during his sophomore year.  He has served with CO Birmingham and CO Belo Horizonte in various roles since 1994.  Now serving with CO Global from Birmingham, AL, Russell is responsible to select, equip, & deploy the most healthy and prepared international staff possible. His passion is to encourage, equip, and empower leaders to reach their full God-given potential for the nations. Russell and his wife, Wendy, have 4 children: Luke, Levi, John, and Emmi.

  • Wendy Eunice

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    After growing in love for God and others while at Georgia College, Wendy moved to Charlotte in 1998 to work with Campus Outreach. While serving in a shepherding role with staff women, she graduated from Gordon-Conwell’s counseling program in 2007. Wendy’s passion to serve international missionaries led her to the Global Resource Center to develop Member Care. Wendy also loves helping develop women as leaders. Wendy is married to Dean, a commercial airline pilot.

  • Ashley & Phil Sineath

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    Ashley and Phil were both discipled through Campus Outreach at Davidson College where Ashley played women’s basketball and Phil played football. After graduation they served with CO Charlotte at Wingate University and now serve the broader Campus Outreach movement through the Global Resource Center in Birmingham. They believe today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders and are privileged to participate in what God is doing through Campus Outreach.

  • Anca Hanson

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    Originally from Suceava, Romania and a graduate of Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj, Anca worked in several organizations in the U.S. and internationally before joining Campus Outreach in 2017. Assisting with strategic projects, she is excited to help strengthen and expand an organization with the mindset of glorifying God in all of the nations by developing leaders and equipping laborers to serve and grow in an international capacity. Anca is married to Robert and raising three daughters: Sofia, Madeline and Julia.

  • Bethany Blount

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    Bethany grew up in Conyers, GA and later made her way to the lovely city of Rome, GA where she attended Berry College. During her Sophomore year at Berry, the Lord used the ministry of Campus Outreach to open her eyes to the freedom that comes only through Christ. Because Bethany has been impacted by the Gospel through the ministry of Campus Outreach, she is excited to now be a part of the CO team. Bethany will join the Global Resource Center and help staff reach the mission field in a healthy, fully funded capacity. She is excited to see the Kingdom of God grow as more and more university students are reached with and impacted by the gospel, and she cannot wait to see the way that nations are changed by the grace of God!

  • Laura Power

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    Laura grew up in a small town in South Carolina. She was reared as a Christian but didn’t know what it meant to have a true relationship with God until she was in college at NC State. After a long process of God revealing His love for all the nations of the world, she packed her bags and spent the next 3 years after graduation in Nairobi, Kenya sharing His name and making disciples with Campus Outreach. She has recently joined the GRC team in Birmingham and is hoping to be able to help further the gospel reach to all the nations of the world. While at NC State, she studied Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management and Outdoor Leadership. She loves baseball, hiking, and personality assessments.

  • Phillip Avery

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    Phillip has been involved in Campus Outreach for over 10 years and believes in the ministry and its goal and mission to reach the lost world through building Christian laborers on the college campus. He graduated in December of 2010 from the University of West Georgia. He hopes that through the Lord’s help he will be able to meet all the technology needs of the Campus Outreach staff and to make their lives and ministries more fruitful because of his efforts.

  • Tina Morse

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    Tina became a believer while in high school in Panama City, FL. She was involved with Campus Outreach during her college years and attended two Summer Beach Projects and a CCP to Peru. After working in Banking for several years she then worked for Campus Outreach in the area of Finances. She and her husband, Tom, moved away for a number of years and assisted with the planting of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa, AL. They raised three children, Thomas, Matthew and Maggie, all of whom are now in College. Thomas was recently married to Angela Knotts. Tina is now back in the CO office serving the International Staff.

  • Chris & Cary Drinkard

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    Chris and Cary Drinkard joined Campus Outreach staff in1998 and served in various roles in the Campus Outreach Augusta region for 16 years.  In July of 2014, the Drinkards moved to Manila, Philippines where they helped launch a Campus Outreach ministry on two universities in the city in partnership with a local reformed Filipino church.   Chris now serves as coordinator for the CO LEAD Initiative, a 2-year international ministry and development program for CO graduates.   Their vision is to see hundreds of CO alumni serve and strengthen CO International ministries around the globe.  Chris and Cary have three children: Susanna, Daniel, and Mary Beth.

  • Brian & Jennifer Phillips

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    Brian and Jennifer came on staff with Campus Outreach Birmingham in 1999. In January of 2011, they arrived in Brisbane and joined the University Impact staff team. They now have four children: Joshua, Andrew, Sarah Kate, and Lucy. They love Brisbane and totally dig the beaches and water parks.

  • Pete & Sheri Ketterman

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    Profoundly impacted by the gospel of Christ through discipleship in their college years, Pete and Sheri joined Campus Outreach staff in 1997.  After serving for five years in the CO Augusta region, Pete & Sheri married and moved to South Africa to help launch the ministry of Campus Outreach Johannesburg.  After fifteen years in Africa they are hoping to leverage their learning and experiences to help build Sustainable, Laborer-Producing, Indigenous, Multiplying (SLIM) Movements around the world.  Pete has recently joined the GRC as the Investigation and Recruiting Coordinator.  Pete and Sheri have three sons:  Rader, Levi, and Rhett.

  • April Morris

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    April came to know the Lord through Campus Outreach during her Freshmen year at the University of Memphis and learned how to live for Christ and make disciples on the campus. On a summer CCP to Thailand, the Lord broke her heart for the nations while standing in the middle of a grocery store. People, created in the image of God, were passing by and surrounded by spiritual darkness; needing to know the Light of the world. After graduation, she boarded a plane to teach in China for 19 months. She is excited to be at the GRC and get to serve and send laborers to the nations. April is mildly obsessed with maps, cherry coke, and the color pink.

  • Max Herman

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    Max is a graduate of Troy University. He became a Christian while in college and has been involved with Campus Outreach since 2014. He he was recruited to work at the Global Resource Center to help serve the International Staff and LEAD Staff. Max has seen the awesome work God has done in his life through Campus Outreach, and is excited to see how God might use him as he labors for the Kingdom.

  • Connor & Misty Hopkins

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    Connor and Misty are both in seminary at Beeson Divinity School at Samford University. They got married on March 9, 2018. After their first year in seminary, the Lord made a way for Connor and Misty to join the Global Resource Center Advancement Team at Campus Outreach. They are passionate about God, loving people, and reaching the nations. Together, they desire to be a part of making a global impact for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • Kimberly Maharaj

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    Kimberly Maharaj was born and raised in South Texas. After transferring to the University of North Texas during her sophomore year of college, she quickly came into a relationship with Christ when a staff member presented her with the living hope of the gospel. Through discipleship, Kim grew in her desire to know the Lord and make Him known. Two summer projects later, Kimberly joined CO DFW’s 2nd ever CCP trip to Japan. Her heart for the gospel of Christ to forth into the ends of the earth grew immensely as she was made aware of the deep need. Upon graduation from college, Kimberly married her husband Kris Maharaj and their vision to build and send laborers led them to join the CO DFW staff team. Kim is eager to serve alongside the GRC team as she combines her passion for college ministry and sending laborers into the plentiful harvest.

  • Caitlin M

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    During college, I decided to attend a beach retreat where my life changed. I became aware of the invitation to “follow” and the command to “go.” The more that I learned of these concepts, the more that I realized I would like to live in obedience by seeking first the Kingdom and inviting others to do the same. Therefore, I worked in Manila, Philippines for two and a half years and another region of the world for several months. I am now excited to continue working with that same vision of joining in the work and seeing lives transformed as I seek to contribute to and resource global movements.