The Development Coordinator works with the members of the Administration Working Group to address the long-range financial concerns of The Fellowship, including oversight of the Annual Fund, working with the national office to thank and recognize all contributors, and researching/recommending sources of non-dues based revenue, including, but not limited to, grants, affinity services, gifts, and planned giving.
Brad Kisner is a past national president of The Fellowship. He has also served as a Convocation chair and a member of almost every committee of The Fellowship. Brad and his wife, Jane, retired in 2019 from First UMC in Corpus Christi, TX, where they led an active and well-known music, worship and arts ministry. He continues as an Adjunct Professor of Music at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi. The Kisners were honored in 2015 with the Soli Deo Gloria award as outstanding alumni of the Master of Sacred Music program at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University and in 2017 as recipients of the V. Earle Copes award honoring outstanding service to The Fellowship.