Robin Danner is the Events Coordinator and is responsible for the logistics of training events and also serves as the resource secretary for intentional interim ministry and FaithHealth Education.
Don Durham has served the Church for over 22 years in both institutional and congregational settings, and currently manages a farm which grows food to give away to community feeding ministries in central NC. In congregational settings Don served as a process consultant around missional/strategic visioning, conflict resolution, capital fund raising, as a trained Intentional Interim Pastor, and as a trained professional coach. In institutional settings he served as a fundraiser, or chief executive at: Gardner-Webb University, Albright Care Foundation, United Methodist Family Services, and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Foundation. Don is the father of two absolutely wonderful daughters who are 14 and 18 going on 25.
Brian Foreman has served congregations since 1991 in education and youth ministry. He began consulting and coaching in 2008, both in congregations and community engagement organizations. Additionally he is a communication and social media consultant for churches and families, having written extensively on issues of teens and social media. Brian is currently an adjunct faculty member at Campbell University Divinity School.
Dawn Hall is the Administrative Coordinator and is a graduate of Forsyth Technical Community College with an associate in applied science degree in office administration. Her primary responsibilities are in the area of finance and business office operations.
Beth Kennett is a United Church of Christ minister, and a graduate of Southeastern Seminary (MDiv). Beth coordinates the consulting and coaching ministries. Beth also has expertise in transitional issues, team building, conflict management, and coaching.
Les Robinson serves as Manager of Interim Ministry Resources. In that position, he gives oversight to the interim training curriculum and assists faith communities seeking to engage in interim ministry. Les also has expertise in consulting, mentoring, conflict management, group facilitation, and team building. He is a graduate of Southern Illinois University (B.S) and Southwestern Seminary (M.A. and Ph.D.). Les is married to Pam and has two children (daughter: Julie; son: Les, III) and one grandchild: Cameron.
Jimmie Sheffield serves on the Center’s faculty for interim training. He currently works as a part-time consultant on the Leadership and Worship Team of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention. Prior to that he was the Associate Executive Director of the Convention, as well as having served on staff at several Baptist churches. He is a graduate of East Texas Baptist College (B.A.) and Southwestern Seminary (M.A.).