Our Leadership Team
The DNA is a volunteer-driven network of servant leaders from all over the world.
Darrow Miller and Bob Moffitt have been friends for more than 45 years.
Darrow Miller is a world-renowned author and teacher on Christianity and culture, apologetics, worldview, poverty, and the dignity of women. In 1981, he began 27 years at Food for the Hungry, serving there as vice president from 1994 to 2007 until he helped launch the DNA in 2008.
Dr. Bob Moffitt serves as the executive director of the Harvest Foundation which he founded in 1981. Bob maintains a busy travel schedule, training church leaders around the world to carry out Biblical, wholistic ministry. During his doctoral studies (in adult education) from 1992 to 1996, he developed and refined major portions of Harvest’s core training materials.
Provides administrative and communication service as well as training and project support to the global alliance
Scott Allen serves as president of the DNA secretariat office. After serving with Food for the Hungry for 19 years in both the United States and Japan, working in the areas of human resources, staff training and program management, he teamed up with Darrow Miller and Bob Moffitt to launch the DNA in 2008.
Dwight Vogt serves as the vice president of international programs. Before coming to the DNA, he worked for 27 years at Food for the Hungry, including field-based leadership roles in Bangladesh, Peru, Thailand and Guatemala.
Gary Brumbelow serves as editorial manager, a function in which he sometimes converts ideas to prose and sometimes simply burnishes good writing. He also manages the blog Darrow Miller and Friends.
Champion Development Coordinator
Shawn Carson joined the DNA team in 2011. He currently leads our “Kingdomizer” development work, coaching and supporting others who are actively engaged in applying and training others in DNA content.
Social Media Manager
Luke Allen serves as the marketing manager of communications. He works with strategy, social media, and graphics. He is newly wed, newly grad, and native of Phoenix.
Jessie Christensen serves as the administrative assistant and bookkeeper. Originally from Seattle, her background includes six years in community engagement and athletic marketing at Seattle Pacific University.
Director of Development
John previously served as Treasurer on the DNA board of directors, a position he has held since 2008. In that role, he periodically assisted in development activities, and is familiar with the inner workings of the DNA. We are thankful to have John’s perspective and experience gained through 35 years in the defense industry, primarily in business development roles, including assignments in Japan and Switzerland. Most recently, John led BAE Systems Inc.’s international business development function from 2014 through May 2021, traveling frequently around the world.
Donor Development and Information Systems
Tim first encountered DNA’s teaching in 2004 at a conference in South Africa. In 2008 and 2009, he joined DNA as the Head of Communications before relocating to his home community in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Since that time, he served as Associate Pastor for eight years at Living Hope Community Church and worked with his local community college. Tim and his wife, Bobbie Joann, have four daughters: Madison Jo, Anna Beth, Ruby Mae, and Sarah Jane. Tim earned his undergraduate degree from Wheaton College. He later completed a Master of Divinity degree in Biblical Studies in 2019.
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Board of Directors
The Global Secretariat is an Arizona-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a governing board
Gary Paisley has over 30 years of executive experience in Christian nonprofit organizations, he brings extensive experience in finance, administration, and fundraising.
Eric Dalrymple serves as the International Leader for Africa with ReachGlobal, the mission of the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA).
Bob Evans is secretary of the DNA board. He also serves as administrative director of Global Network Ministries, Inc.–a ministry of the Vineyard Community Church of Laguna Niguel, CA, where he serves as executive pastor.
Heather Hicks serves with Reconciled World in curriculum and partner development. Heather began engaging DNA as a YWAMer in 1999 and, in 2003, she joined the Harvest Foundation staff and became a master trainer for Harvest and DNA.
Jon Taylor is the Executive Director Coaching Mission International, an international organization that provides coaching and coach training to help mission leaders work more effectively and fulfill their calling.
Blake Williams is the Executive Pastor at Heritage Church in Phoenix, AZ.
Global Advisory Team
Church and organizational leaders around the world who serve in an advisory role to the global alliance.
Nelson Monteiro is a global worker in Brazil ministering under the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. He networks with different Brazilian churches and organizations promoting ideas and practices that spring out of a Christian worldview and a holistic view of ministry.
Yarley Niño, a native of Colombia, is the contact person for the DNA Local Network in Puerto Rico and also has directed the Youth with a Mission base there since its start in 1984.
Hein van Wyk
Hein van Wyk is the Global Advisory Team leader, also serving as part of several other kingdom-minded organizations including Samaritan Strategy Africa, Hope for Africa and Experience Mission.
Jose Curiel serves as the national director of Youth with a Mission (YWAM) in México. Jose also is the founder and director of YWAM Guadalajara in Chapala, México and is part of the YWAM Regional Leadership Team.
Judith Murungi is the East Africa Truth Centered Transformation (TCT) coordinator with Reconciled World. Prior to this appointment, she played an instrumental role in the formation of Transforming Nations Alliance in Uganda, serving in various capacities and eventually as Executive Director.
Ena Richards is the founder and director of WORK 4 A LIVING International, which establishes WORK 4 A LIVING centers across four continents. These W4AL centers provide employment and entrepreneurial training through a biblical worldview.
Ayoub Kdimy is committed to discipling individuals in his community and church. He has been serving among young people since 2011. In 2013, during a period of reflection and searching for biblical truth and the church’s role in society, Ayoub came into contact with the DNA network.
Paul Kibona is the representative for CMS-Africa in Tanzania, East Africa. He is based in Arusha and works as a Samaritan Strategy trainer. He is also the Samaritan Strategy country coordinator for Tanzania.
Munkhuu Tuvshin is a founder of Human Wholistic Development in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The desire of HWD is to disciple the nations wholistically and strategically by training and mentoring pastors and leaders of the local churches and providing resources to benefit these churches.