Nancy Rogers graduated with honors from Mary Baldwin College in 1975. She was then employed by the Eastman Kodak Company as a Sales and Marketing Representative for the Consumer Products Division. During her 15 year career with Kodak she covered two markets, Upstate New York and the Washington, DC area. As a sales representative, Nancy was selected for the coveted 110 Club which recognized the top 10 producers in their division. In 1988 Nancy retired from Kodak to start a family. She and her husband established CDR Communications, Inc., a video and film production company located in Northern Virginia in 1984. Nancy has served as Vice President for 31 years. CDR Communications has produced hundreds of commercials, documentaries, public service announcements, training videos and feature films. Nancy also serves as a board member of the James Partnership. The James Partnership is a non-profit group dedicated to fulfilling the command in the New Testament Epistle of James for Christians to be both "hearers and doers of the Word." It does this through the promotion of biblical principles of public policy and the practical applications of those principles. Nancy is also a testimony speaker for the Gideons International and is involved in her local church. Nancy homeschooled her three grown children.
Kenda Bartlett, Concerned Women for America's Executive Director, has served in this capacity since February of 2012. Kenda has been on staff at CWA for over 19 years. She continues to also serve as National Field Director; a position she has held since 2007. In this role she oversees the work that CWA leaders are doing across this country, building state and area organizations and training new directors to make an impact for righteousness in their state. For the four years prior to that, Kenda served as Field Development Coordinator for CWA. Before that Kenda served for eight years as Special Assistant to Beverly LaHaye the Founder and Chairman of CWA. Before joining CWA's staff Kenda was a volunteer leader for CWA for 12 years. Kenda has spent a total of 31 years as a CWA activist. Kenda has an undergraduate degree from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, and a Masters of Education from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. Kenda has worked as a public school teacher and a Christian school administrator. Kenda has served as a City Councilman in Post, Texas, and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. She and her husband of 45 years, Terry, have two grown daughters, a "son-in-love", two wonderful grandsons and a sweet granddaughter. Terry, who is retired from the U.S. Army, just recently retired from the Department of Justice, where he did international training in the area of prisons and jails. Kenda attends First Baptist Church in Post, Texas. She has led ladies' retreats all over the country and counts it a privilege to be able to use her gift of teaching to build up and strengthen the women of the Body of Christ.
Maude von Ehrenkrook
Maude is the founder and president of Sacred Ink. After time spent in the Christian film industry and as a published author in the general market, Maude wanted to make a difference beyond what she could do as a single producer of books and films. So she conceived of Sacred Ink. From leading small groups across the globe to working with national organizations in Washington, DC, cultural change has always been her passion, and helping launch fellow Christian writers and filmmakers into the general market is her fondest dream. Maude earned a BS in International Relations and got first hand exposure to many styles of Christianity as she followed her husband on his travels. The Body of Christ is growing in many areas, but in Europe and America it has been consistently and negatively marginalized and stigmatized. Logic and tradition hold little sway against progressive methodologies. Culture is their tool. Sacred Ink enters their arena and plays by their rules but for our Lord's glory. Maude lives at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her husband and four young children.
Andrew von Ehrenkrook
Previously a Green Beret and national intelligence officer, Andrew now fulfills his passions of farming and discipling men. Between wrangling pigs, cows and sheep, he lectures on survival skills and disaster preparedness and continues to train top flight military, government and law enforcement personnel in the conduct of counter-proliferation operations. Andrew and his wife are raising four young children from seven years to six months. He has written several books, directed and produced multiple feature films. Although he grew up in various suburbs along the west coast, Andrew earned his BS in molecular biology in West Virginia and now makes his home at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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Maize is a proud southerner from Arkansas and lover of Jesus, babies, and Glenn Beck. In 2014 she graduated from Arkansas Tech University with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in speech/communication. She is 23 years old and enjoys spending her free time with her dog, Sam, and staying up-to-date with current events.