John Reynolds serves on several nonprofit and educational boards. In addition to his years of experience in higher education, Reynolds has worked in the mining industry and as the global CIO for World Vision International, (1991–2000). A regular speaker at national conferences throughout the world, he has also consulted in more than 40 countries and traveled to more than 80 countries to speak, consult, and advise national NGO leaders.
Randy Brewer has spent over half his life in marketing, PR and fundraising for nonprofit organizations. An ordained minister with degrees in Education and Ministry, and graduate studies in both Theology and Business Management, he has worked for Focus on the Family, World Vision and at a local newspaper group.
Dave Carpenter’s life has been devoted to mission and service. Dave believes the church should be a place where believers are connected to one another, fed and equipped for ministry, and then sent out, daring to give expression to their faith in ways that touch the lives of others. Through Dave’s work in such places as Africa, Northern Ireland, Croatia, Mexico, and U.S.A. inner cities, he has learned the value of “hands on” ministry.
Luke Makwakwa was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, to a South African father and Zimbabwean mother. He has worked in sales, marketing, fundraising, donor relations, recruiting, operational, and account management positions in Africa and the U.S., including leadership positions in the non-profits organizations Amor Ministries and the International Institute for Human Factor Leadership, in advertising for Grey Advertising, in the reprographics industry with Ricoh and Xerox, in hospitality for Hilton Hotels and the Hotel Del Coronado, in transportation with Enterprise Rent-a-Car, and in education with the Rock Academy and San Diego Christian College. Luke also served as adjunct professor of Group and Team Dynamics in Organizations in the Master of Organizational Leadership Studies at Azusa Pacific University. Luke holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego and and a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University in the Los Angeles area. He is currently pursuing his doctorate studies in Higher Education Leadership at Azusa Pacific University.
Wayne Herman is a theologian and academic administrator with a heart for mission, evident in his 16 years of service in South Africa. While teaching and providing academic leadership in a Christian college in Cape Town he enjoyed the opportunity to build friendships with students who had worked with African Enterprise and through them developed a deep appreciation for the mission’s work. Herman’s travels have taken him to 11 countries in South, East, and West Africa, deepening his love for the rich diversity of the African continent.