Dan Reeves - Executive Director
Dan has spent considerable time studying church history, culture, and theology, while also serving in practical cross-cultural ministry during the last ten years. He is interested in discovering and developing evermore careful Christian mission through art, business, and care for others.
Dan comes to World Horizons after serving as U.S. Director of Refugee Care for Alcansa in Richmond. Previously he served with Global Frontier Missions also in Richmond, developing discipling networks in the Balkan region, and as a Communications Manager in Nicosia, Cyprus. He also has extensive experience in the secular communications industry before going into ministry. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, and a Master of Arts from Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Jennifer Chetelat -
Assistant Director & Art Team Leader
Jennifer is the Assistant Director of World Horizons USA and the Art Team Leader for our US art initiatives. She works with Dan to offer leadership, direction, and care for the Richmond team. As the Art Team Leader, Jennifer collaborates with Gallery Edit’s resident artists and team members to be a model for the art as mission ministry initiatives that WH engages in domestically and abroad. Additionally, she produces and co-hosts Gallery Edit’s weekly podcast, (UN)EDITED.
Jennifer is also a working potter. She enjoys time in her studio, traveling with her husband, and visiting her two adultish children.
Cameron Troy - IT Manager
Cameron is the IT Manager for the US office. He is in charge of security, maintenance, and upkeep of worldhorizonsusa.org, as well as ensuring that all office devices and systems are functioning properly. He also edits Gallery Edit's podcast (Un)Edited. Cameron’s passions are coffee, running, and fish-keeping.
Leah Westberry - Director of Refugee Care & Resident Artist
Leah, her husband Toby and their cat Cleocatra live in the arts district of Richmond, VA. She has a B.S. in Art Marketing and is a practicing textile artist. As a resident artist at EDIT, she helps with art curation, gallery coordinating and plans interactive exhibits for RVA First Friday's. Leah is also the Director of Refugee Care and runs a sewing class for refugees resettled here in the city. She enjoys a nice cup of hot tea, handmade things, good company, and all things textile.
Aaron Aziz - Member Care Worker
Aaron works with the member care team making sure that both US and overseas teammates are being looked after and their needs are being met. He has joined World Horizons after having served in East Africa, and hopes to serve overseas again in the Middle East. He is passionate about building relationships, providing hospitality, and helping others become more effective vessels for ministry. Out of the office, Aaron enjoys working with his hands, cooking, and road trips with friends.
Skye Young - Communications Director & Resident Artist
Skye works on developing communication strategy for the organization, runs the social media accounts for Gallery Edit, and creates visual content for conferences and promotional material. Additionally, she works on the art team to help install new exhibits and assists in equipping field team members for developing long-term, international, and pop-up galleries. Other activities include petting dogs and drinking lots of coffee.
Samuel Parker - Staff Writer
Samuel writes content for the newsletter and brochures, creates informational text for websites, writes press releases, and makes scripts for promotional videos. Samuel is also is responsible for collecting and publishing stories from workers on the field, keeping field descriptions up to date, sharing testimonies of missionaries and believers, and communicating overviews of international trips and ministries. Samuel currently studies Communications and Journalism at Regent University. He loves history, politics, coffee, and playing the piano. He is an avid supporter of the Chicago Cubs.
Megan Pasti- Finance Assistant
JinHee Kennedy - Finance Manager
Kendra S - Finance Assistant & BAM Partnership Coordinator
Kendra has been part of the WH family since 2015. After completing training in Richmond, she moved to South Asia and has been serving with the WH team there for the past two and a half years while studying the local language. Along with language study, Kendra participated in teaching English, teaching dance classes and hosting interns and groups for special events as ways to connect on a deeper level with her community. She's currently in Richmond for a season working with the refugee care, finance and communications teams along with doing some training courses to prepare for returning to South Asia and launching a new ministry there in the future with some of her teammates.