Rachel Meisel

Dr. John Sittema

John has extensive experience with global holistic work. Having served as a director for Mission: Hope and as President and CEO of WorldServe from 2010-2014, John worked with indigenous leaders to foster sustainable, holistic transformation among marginalized communities in Asia and South America. Prior to his work with these organizations, John served five communities throughout the U.S. during a pastoral career spanning nearly 40 years. John holds a B.A., an M.Div., and a D.Min. He has served on the JoyCorps’ board since 2018 and as its chairman since 2019.

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Henry Ho

Henry is the CSO and Co-Founder of Field Agent and leads its Business Development and international expansion efforts. He worked for nearly 20 years at Procter & Gamble, including six years as P&G’s Wal-Mart Asia Team Leader in Hong Kong. He has been a part of multiple start-ups, including the Northstar Partnering Group, CORE4 Research and most recently Field Agent. Henry has a B.S. from Furman University. Since 1999 he has helped to start or support several Multiple Bottom Line businesses operating in Asia. He has served on the JoyCorps board since 2016.

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Mark Greenway

Mark serves as Senior Vice President of Human Resources at J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., where he has worked for nearly 30 years. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors for Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield for 12 years and also serves on the board of Global Restoration Trading Co., a business-as-mission dedicated to sustainability. Mark holds a B.A. from the University of Arkansas. He has served as a board member since 2016.

 
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Dr. Kristen Willard

Kristen is an economist who taught microeconomics at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business for ten years. She worked for another ten years in litigation consulting. Kristen has traveled extensively to the countries where she serves and teaches, mainly Asia. She has served on the board of Venture, an organization promoting development, education and discipleship in marginalized communities. She holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. in Economics from Princeton University. Kristen has served on the JoyCorps board since 2019.