MOAM 2018 Team Zambia
Learn more about Team Zambia!
Name: Caleb Currier, Zambia Trip Leader
School: University of Tennessee Women’s Basketball Student Manager & MOAM 2017 Alumni
" I'm most excited for the opportunity to return to Zambia and continue to serve the children there. I had an unforgettable experience there last summer, and feel so blessed the Lord called me back this summer. I'm also very excited to share this experience with my team members, and hope they too have an unforgettable experience. One of the biggest things I've learned so far is the impact one person can have when you allow the Lord to work through you."
Name: Danielle Pierce
School: University of South Carolina, Graduate Assistant for Women’s Basketball
" I am most excited to use the gifts God has given me to share the gospel and love on his children."
Name: David Walls
School: Western Kentucky University, Student Manager for Women’s Basketball
"I am most excited to see how God uses this opportunity to further his kingdom and what that looks and feels like."
Name: Mason Peeler
School: North Carolina State University, Student Manager for Football
Name: Godwin Dooley
School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Student Manager for Women’s Basketball
" I am thrilled to have the opportunity to stretch my comfort zone for such a great cause; Jesus Christ. Being able to spread love through service is priceless. I am looking forward to working with a great team in Zambia and building memories of a lifetime."
The Rafiki Foundations mission is to help Africans know God and raise their standard of living. They have ten Rafiki Training Villages in Africa and provide childcare programs, bible studies, widow programs, and much more. The Villages provide medical, educational, and living services to vulnerable children and orphans as well as train churches.
About Managers On A Mission: (www.managersonamission.org)
Managers On A Mission (MOAM) is 501c3 non-profit committed to developing the future leaders of sport by working with Student Managers, Interns, Graduate Assistants, and other aspiring sports professionals. These individuals are engaged in MOAM’s annual mission trips, service projects, and scholarship programs. MOAM collects new and gently used sports apparel from collegiate and professional teams and coaches throughout the country. The vision of MOAM is to see the world positively impacted by the faith, talent, and resources of the sports industry.
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