What does she do here?
She says, “I help create and implement the communication goals and strategies that serve the ministries we represent.”
What it means in real life is a lot of writing, managing deadlines and making every effort to be as competent and knowledgeable as possible to stay ahead of a challenging and changing world of listeners to Christian radio.
It’s been her task in a variety of assignments in the 32 years she’s been on the Ambassador team.
Before coming to Ambassador, Evelyn served as Vice-President for Public Relations with Biola University where she had served for 17 years in areas of public relations, promotion, fundraising, Biola’s radio program, alumni services and major event planning.
She was formerly a member of the Board of Directors for NRB having previously served as President of the Western Chapter of NRB and was the recipient in 2010 of NRB’s Radio Impact Award.
Perhaps she is most known on the personal side for her 25 years as a Court Appointed Special Advocate on behalf of sexually abused children in the Orange County, California foster-care system. Evelyn was the national CASA Child Advocate of the Year in 2007 and in 2009 the Lewis Hine Award recipient from the U.S. Department of Commerce National Child Labor Committee for work with impoverished children.
And in the category of pursuing a decade-long dream, Evelyn was commissioned in May 2017 as a Fellow of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview.
She attends Grace Community Church in Seal Beach.
When we asked her, she said. ..
A traveling highlight was. . . my first trip to Ethiopia and the second and the third and. . .
I feel most alive. . . in the early morning!
What inspires me is. . . God’s steadfast love and faithfulness—hands down!
I usually like to be the first one to. . . do it the other way! I call it my “dark twin!”