Drew Boe has been with MOAM since he created the organization in 2013. Prior, to starting MOAM, Drew served as an equipment manager for the Auburn football team for the 2013-14 season. A graduate from the University of Minnesota where he earned a Sports Management degree and worked with the football and basketball programs, it wasn’t until he began his Graduate Assistantship at Virginia Tech where he came up with the idea of MOAM. After his first mission trip to Rwanda in 2012, the nonprofit finally came to fruition! Since then, Drew has led teams every summer, including trips to Malawi, Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria, and Ghana. As the Director of MOAM, Drew handles all development and execution of business strategies and direction of the organization, while also assisting in the daily operations and programs. He resides in Minneapolis, where he enjoys doing a variety of outdoor activities, leads a homeless men’s bible study, and is a proud uncle to one nephew, Simon.
Seth Ralston joined MOAM full-time in January 2018 at the Director of Discipleship after serving a year overseas as an Athletic Director for an international school in Istanbul, Turkey. Before his time abroad, he spent time as the Director of Basketball Operations for Mercer University and Austin Peay State University’s women’s basketball programs. Seth cut his teeth in the sports world first as a student manager for the Western Kentucky men’s and women’s basketball programs from 2009-13. Seth has spent much of the past five years doing international sports camps, including mission work in Poland, Panama, Uganda, Thailand, Bulgaria, Ghana, Lithuania, Belarus, Malawi, and Italy. Seth handles all aspects of MOAM’s discipleship of students and Summer Impact Teams around the US and world. He and his wife, Andrea, reside in Minneapolis.
Michael “Mikey” Carpenter has been associated with MOAM since 2014 when he attended MOAM’s first missions’ trip to Mzuzu, Malawi. Mikey made the move to Minneapolis and joined the staff full time in September 2018 as the Director of Domestic Programs. Mikey brings a background of development and engagement to the team with prior experience at Liberty University, Texas A&M University, Wake Forest University, and D.C. United in Major League Soccer. He began his career in athletics at the University of Virginia where he served as a student manager for the men’s basketball program and as the head student manager for the men’s soccer program. Mikey also served as a graduate manager from 2014-15 for the women’s basketball program at the University of Oklahoma. He now resides in Minneapolis and handles all aspects of MOAM’s career development for students, domestic service projects, and scholarship programs.
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