2021 ICCM Americas Who We Arecaroline2021-02-28T01:07:45+00:00
Dorinda Beeley started serving in missions technology in 2002 and eventually met her husband, Greg, at the ICCM Conference. She now serves alongside Greg at LightSys Technology Services and chases their three small boys when not (or while) connecting techies with missions opportunities.
Greg Beeley is president and co-founder of LightSys Technology Services. He’s a Christian, a worshiper, a visionary, and a techie, ever seeking new and creative uses for his computer technology skills, particularly in software & networking systems and in computer security.
Roy is co-founder of Learning for Humanity, a company that provides leading-edge learning systems for all, and disrupts poverty through education. He has been a long time ICCM participant serving in various capacities at ICCM Americas from 2001-2016 and co-planning ICCM-Africa with Tim and Patricia Young. He is an avid Christ-follower who is married to Carol and father to Natalie, Jamie, and April (his niece). His most recent fantastic moment was becoming a grandfather. One piece of trivia is that he only has daughters, but he’s given away the bride four times.
Carl Daudt, employed as Systems Analyst with Taylor University, serves the ICCM 2018 Americas Conference as Platform Chair. He and his wife, Judy support missions through technology and technology related missions, adoption of college aged missionary kids, and commitment to long term relationships with missionaries and the mission community. Carl and Judy served for over eleven years as advisors for the Mu Kappa student organization at Taylor University, an organization for missionary kids in college. Carl is a geophysicist by training, and has maintained connections with international students since his graduate school days. Carl first attended ICCM in 2001 at the JAARS facility in Waxhaw, NC.
Corey has a Ph.D. in cybersecurity and has worked for many years as a network engineer and server administrator; he currently leads the information security department for a large non-profit healthcare organization. He has many industry certifications, including CISSP and PCI Professional. Corey also has a master’s degree in theology and has taught Biblical Greek for many years. He is the co-founder of Mark 5 Ministries, a volunteer group that provides technical support to mission workers in the field. In this context, he leads the cybersecurity affinity group for the Risk Management Network and has been the information security adviser for a multi-agency group that works in sensitive areas overseas.
Jason worked for IBM briefly as a software developer before becoming a Geek for God at DiscipleMakers college student ministry in Pennsylvania 15 years ago. He is a “jack of all trades, master of none” sysadmin, tech support provider, and amateur software developer. He loves Linux on servers, Apple end user devices, and seeing more disciples of Jesus being made. He has attended ICCM as often as possible over the past decade. Jason is married and has three children, two of them teenagers. He’s also an elder of his church.
Paul is a long-time ICCMer, tech book author, lay prison chaplain, and database/SQL expert. Paul is currently consulting for several software companies and working on his M.Div.
Kevin Weaver has more than seventeen years of prior experience as a Windows network engineer. He typically assists a few dozen ministries every year, some on site and some remotely. His key skills are with Windows Servers, Active Directory, Exchange Servers, server hardware and firewalls. He also has management experience via time in the Army and later leading a small IT team at the mission Crossworld. He has led sessions at almost every ICCM in the U.S. since 2006, including a two-day workshop on Windows Server. He also teaches the Bible and theology in various settings.
Tim Young started in ICCM in 1993 when he accidentally attended the conference. After stumbling into the conference, he attended all the sessions he could, eventually becoming a technical helper for the conference, track leader, and eventually a chair. Tim has helped with ICCM-Americas, ICCM-Europe, ICCM-Africa-EN and ICCM-Africa-FR. His role as a LightSys field consultant is to visit missions and help them with their technology. He has visited over 180 different ministry locations in 17 countries.