Global Missions Director, Pacific Crossroads Church (Los Angeles, CA)
Now living in Los Angeles, Lisa grew up near Toronto. As a dual citizen of Canada and the US, she's lived all over in both countries.
Lisa has worked in cross-cultural ministry for over 10 years and most recently helped found an organization in North India that oversees and supports two children's homes. In June 2011, she received a Master's Degree in Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary.
She enjoys outdoor activities (running, hiking, snowboarding), reading, and spending time with friends and family.
Sr. Director of Missions & Church Planting, Park Cities Presbyterian Church (Dallas, TX)
Jerry is pleased to serve on the Executive Board for SEAP, as Southeast Asia has been a region where PCPC has been most heavily invested within the last 20 years in terms of international missions.
Jerry has been married to Kerry since 1999, and they have two daughters, Lily (5th grade) and Jade (3rd grade), as well as a Schnauzer, Duchess. Aside from the job duties and world travel, Jerry spends his time coaching his daughters’ volleyball teams, and plans to join an indoor soccer league with some other 40-somethings where he hopes to not blow out a knee.
Senior Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church (Los Angeles, CA)
Pastor James became part of the SEAP board in 2013. Since then, he has been involved in SEAP's ministry to pastors in Myanmar as well as in fundraising dinner events.
Ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Pastor James serves as the senior pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. He received a BA in English from UC Irvine in 1993 and a Master of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary of Escondido in 1997.
Pastor James lives in Torrance with his wife, Sorah, and their three children, Iain, Selah, and Nathan. He loves playing sports and hanging out over a hot cup of Starbucks coffee.
Small Group Ministry Coordinator, Eternal Life Ministries (Horsham, PA)
A pulmonologist by trade, Conrad serves on the SEAP board and also as Regional Team Director for Myanmar. He is involved in ministries in theological training, church planting amongst unreached people groups, elementary schools and a children's charity house..
Conrad is originally from Australia and now makes his home in Philadelphia with his wife, Hyun-Joo, and their three children, Casey (17), Aidan (14), and Sydney (9). The family is part of Eternal Life Ministries, the English-speaking congregation of Yuong Sang Presbyterian Church, where they are involved in small group ministry and missions.
In his free time, Conrad enjoys reading, cycling, and playing racquetball.