Keith Gates serves as national WMU ministry consultant for Royal Ambassadors, Challengers, and Youth on Mission. He shares, “RAs changed my life as a camp staffer in the early 2000s. Developing a better RA program, at least in my circle of influence, has been a passion since then.” Keith has a vision for RA and in leading boys and students to grow in missions awareness and involvement.
Phone: (205) 991-4040
Heather Keller is the national WMU ministry consultant for children and students. She is responsible for program planning and leadership development for Girls in Action, Children in Action, and Acteens, as well as managing missions discipleship online training elements. Heather enjoys empowering leaders to help children and teens realize just how much they can impact their world with the Great Commission.
Phone: (205) 995-4816
Joy Lee is Korean WMU Consultant for national WMU. In her position, Joy educates and involves Korean churches by providing training, conferences, and consultation to Korean missions leaders. She engages Korean churches for missions discipleship and leadership development. She continues to look for opportunities to cultivate a heart towards missions for all ages.
Stephanie Newton is the lead strategist for adult and multicultural audiences for national WMU. She is responsible for program planning and leadership development of myMISSION, Adults on Mission, and Women on Mission. She also serves as the liaison for multicultural audiences, including Sisters Who Care, the Hispanic WMU/UFM network, and Korean WMU. Stephanie is passionate about encouraging leaders and empowering them to live on mission.
Phone: (205) 991-4017
Joye Smith is the preschool consultant and Affinity Networks Hub manager at national WMU. She enjoys seeing preschoolers develop a heart for missions from a young age. She provides training and consultation to preschool missions leaders so they can teach preschoolers about missions in fun ways. Joye serves as the point person at national WMU for churchwide WMU, the Hispanic WMU/UFM Network, and Sisters Who Care.
Phone: (205) 991-4980