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Executive Team

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Shane Williamson

President and CEO

A lifetime of FCA’s impact and influence on Shane Williamson as an athlete, coach and FCA staff culminated with Williamson being named the eighth president and CEO of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, officially taking office on January 1, 2017.

A native of Loris, S.C., Williamson became a Christ follower while attending an FCA Camp in Black Mountain, N.C., in 1986. Following that life-changing experience, his high school head football coach, Tim Renfrow, discipled him and became his encourager, mentor and role model. This enduring impact of a coach influenced Williamson to make his own commitment to the power of transformational coaching in the world of sports.

Williamson attended Wofford College (S.C.) earning a B.S. in Biology while playing football for coach Mike Ayers. He remained active in the FCA Huddle throughout his years including serving as an officer. He then attended Converse College (S.C.) earning a Master’s degree in Secondary Education.

Following a calling to coach, Williamson enjoyed a 12-year career at four South Carolina high schools and the college level. Serving as head football coach, as well as coaching a variety of sports, allowed him to introduce many of his fellow coaches and teams to FCA Huddles and camps driven by his motivation to help them find the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Bringing understanding and experience as a coach and athlete, Williamson joined the FCA movement as a staff member in 2002 as the Upstate South Carolina Director. He then became the Multi-Area Director for Metro Atlanta FCA from 2005-2011. His roles in FCA continued to expand as he went on to serve as the Vice President of Field Ministry for the Carolinas from 2012-2014, and followed by leading all of FCA’s U.S. Field Ministry as the Executive Director from 2014-2016.

Williamson and his wife Angel have four children; three daughters, Maggie, Shayna, and Ryann, and a son, Brice. Today he enjoys coaching volleyball, softball, football and baseball with his younger children.

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Dan Britton

Chief Field Officer

Dan Britton serves as the Chief Field Officer with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes where he has been on staff since 1990. He first served as field staff in Northern Virginia for 13 years before becoming the Executive Vice President of Ministry Programs and Training for 10 years. Now as the Chief Field Officer, he travels extensively around the world training thousands of leaders and works with over 90 countries.

Dan played professional lacrosse with the Baltimore Thunder, earning a spot on the All-Star team and was nominated by his teammates for both the Service and Unsung Hero awards. He has coauthored six books, One Word, One Word for Kids, Life Word, WisdomWalks, True Competitor and Called to Greatness. Additionally, he has authored and edited 12 books with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

He is a frequent speaker for companies, nonprofits, sports teams, schools and churches. Dan’s been interviewed by national outlets like FOX News, CBS News, and Fast Company. He still plays and coaches lacrosse and enjoys running marathons, even doing the Boston Marathon twice. Dan and his wife Dawn reside in Overland Park, Kansas, and have three adult children and two sons-in-law.

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Ken Williams

Chief Support Officer

Ken Williams serves as the Chief Support Officer. Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pa., Ken attended South Hill Catholic High School where he participated in cross country and track and held the school’s record for the mile and two mile.

Graduating from California State College (Pa.) with a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and Park Administration, Ken began working as a restaurant manager and, from there, moved up the corporate ladder, spending more than 20 years in human resources.

He has held the positions of Director of Training and Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Metromedia Steakhouses in Dayton, Ohio, Vice President of Human Resources and Operations for Monterey Pasta Company in Danville, Ca., and Executive Director of Human Resources for Donatos Pizza in Columbus, Ohio. He also obtained a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification from the Society for Human Resource Management.

Ken came on board with FCA in 1999 as Vice President of Human Resources and later served as Senior Vice President of Human and Program Development until his promotion to Executive Vice President in 2004.

Ken and his wife Judy reside in Olathe, Kansas. They have one daughter, Heather.

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Jeff Martin

Executive Director of Campus Sport Ministry

Jeff Martin serves as the Executive Director of Campus Sport Ministry. Prior to his current role, Jeff served as the National Director of Camp and Campus Ministries at the NSC. Before joining the NSC staff, Jeff was the SW Oklahoma FCA Area Director in Lawton, Okla., for 14 years. During that time, he founded Fields of Faith, which has become an annual national outreach event for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Jeff grew up in Harrah, Okla., where he competed in football and basketball at Harrah High School. He attended college and was a member of the football team at East Central University in Ada, Okla.  Martin went on to receive a Masters of Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas.

Jeff currently lives in Overland Park, Kansas, with his wife Julie, and they have three children: AJ, Ashleigh and Alexis.

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Caz McCaslin

Executive Director of League and Club Sports Ministry

Caz McCaslin serves as the Executive Director of League and Club Sports Ministry from his home office in Spartanburg, South Carolina. He is responsible for FCA’s global ministry to coaches and athletes involved in varying levels of league and club sports.

Before joining FCA, Caz founded Upward Sports and served as its president for 25 years. God gave him the vision for Upward Sports, a national Christian sports league hosted through churches, while serving on staff at First Baptist Church in Spartanburg for 10 years.

Caz grew up in Marietta, Georgia, where he played basketball and ran track. During an FCA event, John “Bull” Bramlett led him to know the Lord. Caz went on to the University of Georgia where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in education and married his bride, Leslie. They moved to Spartanburg to follow their calling into recreation ministry. Caz has authored three books, Every Child is a Winner, Act or React and Coach ‘Em Up.

He and Leslie have three adult daughters, three sons-in-law and seven grandchildren.

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Rick Isaiah

Divisional Vice President, North USA

Rick Isaiah serves as the Divisional Vice President for the North Division. Rick has been serving with FCA since 1999 when he started as the Urban Director. Rick is a graduate of Copley High School (1986) where he excelled in football. He has since been inducted into the Copley High School Hall of Fame. Earning a scholarship to the University of Toledo, Rick continued to excel at football earning All-Conference honors two years in a row (1989-90) and was also served as one of four team captains elected by his teammates. Rick graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications (1991).

Upon graduation, Rick was blessed to play professional football for the Cincinnati Bengals where he played for a year and a half. After the Bengals, he immediately put his degree to use and started working in the banking industry for over eight years. Rick also served as a senior pastor in Toledo for 13 years, planting a church in 2004. Rick resigned from the pastorate in 2013 to focus solely on serving Christ at FCA.  

Rick and his wife, Tanya, reside in Cleveland, Ohio. They have two sons, a daughter and six grandchildren.

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Jimmy Page

Divisional Vice President, West USA

Jimmy Page serves as the Divisional Vice President for the West Division. He has been on FCA staff since 2005, first serving as the National Director of Health and Fitness Ministry for five years before becoming the Vice President of Field Ministry for the Mid-Atlantic Region from 2010-2017. His life was transformed by the ministry of FCA while at Virginia Tech and it has now positively impacted his entire family.

Prior to FCA, Jimmy was a leader in the Healthcare industry for almost twenty years in Wellness, Health & Fitness, Rehabilitation, and Sports Performance. As a certified Nike Sports Performance Coach, he models and promotes principles that lead to abundant health and life.

He and his wife Ivelisse started an innovative cancer foundation called Believe Big following her victory over cancer. Believe Big brings together the conventional and complimentary medical communities to help patients find their pathway to healing. They have initiated and are currently leading a clinical trial in partnership with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Jimmy has coauthored several books including One Word, Life Word, WisdomWalks, True Competitor, PrayFit, and Called to Greatness. He is passionate about helping leaders create healthy, high performance teams and organizations. As a lifelong competitive athlete, he still cycles and competes in Spartan races. Jimmy and his wife reside in Colorado and have four amazing kids: Jimmy, Jacob, John, and Grace.

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Bob Wiedemann

Divisional Vice President, South USA

Bob Wiedemann serves as Divisional Vice President for the South Division.  Previously, Bob worked as Vice President of Field Ministry for the Carolinas Region, and prior to that, served FCA in Metro Atlanta from 2008-2014 as the Director of Community Sports and as a Multi-Area Director.

In June 2010, Bob planted the FCA ministry in the Dominican Republic, where two full-time staff and ten international affiliates now serve. He personally knows the reach and impact of FCA, as he came to faith in Christ when he heard the gospel presented at an FCA banquet.

Prior to coming on staff with FCA, Bob owned and operated several businesses in Florida and Atlanta, Ga. He has been married to his wife Chris for 29 years, and they have two children: Nick and Hannah.

Outside of FCA, Bob enjoys spending time with his wife and maintaining a healthy, physically fit lifestyle.  They currently reside in Greenville, South Carolina.

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Vincent Asamoah

South Global Divisional Vice President

Vincent serves as the South Global Divisional Vice President. The South Global Division includes three Global Regions: East Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa. Vincent is from Ghana, West Africa. In 2009 he started partnering with FCA as the founding National Director of Shoot 4 Life Ministries in Ghana. In 1998 Vincent received his bachelor’s degree in Theology and started in full-time pastoral ministry in Ghana. He earned his Master’s of Divinity at George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University in 2009. Vincent is married to Doreen and has three children. They reside in Kumasi, Ghana.

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Jin Kang

East Global Divisional Vice President

Jin serves as the East Global Divisional Vice President. The East Global Division includes four Global Regions: East Asia, South Asia, South Pacific, and Southeast Asia. Jin was hired in 2013 as the first non-US citizen staff in the history of FCA. Jin played soccer for the U-18 Chinese national soccer team. He completed his law degree in 2008. After graduation he became involved in sports ministry with a strategic focus on training and equipping Asian leaders. He is married to Moon and resides in Seoul, Korea.

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Andriy Kravtsov

North Global Divisional Vice President

Andriy serves as the North Global Divisional Vice President. The North Global Division includes two Global Regions: Europe and Eurasia. He joined staff in 2009 and founded FCA Ukraine as the National Director. Then Andriy became the Eurasia Regional Vice President in 2017. Andriy attended European University in Ukraine earning a degree in Organization Management. After college, he served as a sport minister and discovered his passion and purpose in life is Christ and people of sport. Andriy is married to Lindsay and has five children. They reside in Kiev, Ukraine.

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Jim Roquemore

West Global Divisional Vice President

Jim serves as the West Global Divisional Vice President. The West Global Division includes five Global Regions: Brazil, Canada, Caribbean, Latin America North and Latin America South. Jim first connected to FCA by attending an FCA Camp in 1975 as a high school athlete. He immediately started serving as a ministry volunteer and then later joined staff in Lakeland, Florida as an Area Director in 1989. After serving in multiple roles in Florida and Virginia, including 12 years as Regional Director (VA, NC, WV), God called Jim to serve FCA outside of the U.S. in 2010. Jim became the Global Region Coordinator for Latin America in 2015. He has a degree in Construction Management from Louisiana State University. Jim and his wife Leslie have three adult children and reside outside of Richmond, Virginia.

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Paul Anderson

Executive Vice President of Technology

Paul Anderson serves as the Executive Vice President of Technology at the Support Center in Kansas City, Mo. He’s responsible for FCA’s global technology strategy and determining how best to leverage technology in this digital age.

Before joining FCA, Paul served as a senior technology executive for Compassion International. As the Director of Agile and IT Service Management at Compassion, Anderson worked with the executive team, senior leaders, and key external partners to drive acceptance, adoption and successful change management of an enterprise agile transformation.

Anderson’s education includes a Bachelor of Education degree from Trinity Western University in 1999, and a Master of Science in Information Technology Management from Colorado Technical University in 2005. In addition to his deep technical background, Anderson is also a gifted educator who has both designed and taught master’s level classes while working as an adjunct faculty member at Colorado Technical University.

Anderson and his wife, Teri, have four children ranging in age from 9 to 17.

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Kellen Cox

Executive Vice President of Ministry Advancement

Kellen Cox serves as the Executive Vice President of Ministry Advancement at the Support Center in Kansas City, MO. He oversees our Ministry Environments and Resources in order to effectively engage, equip, and empower coaches and athletes around the world. Previously, Kellen served as the Director of Ministry Advancement for 3 years and prior to that he served as an Area Director in Kansas City for nearly 4 years.

Kellen grew up in Mt. Vernon, MO being impacted by several transformational coaches and the ministry of FCA. He went on to play football at Missouri Southern State University where he led the FCA Huddle and his passion for ministry grew. After graduation, Kellen had the opportunity to fulfill God’s calling on his life by coming on FCA staff.

He and his wife, Addy, live in Prairie Village, KS. They have one son, Lawson.

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Andrew Evans

Executive Vice President of Finance

Andrew serves as the Executive Vice President of Finance. He has been involved with FCA since childhood, participating in FCA camps and leading FCA huddles. His father, Johnny, has been on staff with FCA for over 20 years. His sister, Quinn, and brother, Daniel, have also served on staff with FCA.

Andrew attended North Carolina State University where he played football for five years. He also received a B.S. in Business Management and Master of Accounting degree from NC State. Andrew began his career as a CPA with Ernst & Young, LLP.

Andrew and his wife, Jessica— a high school teacher, former volleyball coach, and former FCA huddle leader— have two children: John and Eliza.

Both Andrew and Jessica are active members of Wornall Road Baptist Church in Kansas City, MO.

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Debbie Jobe

Executive Vice President of Training

Debbie Jobe serves as the Executive Vice President of Training.  She has been on staff since 1979 serving in various roles at FCA including Regional Director for Texas/Louisiana.  Most recently she was the Field Technology Trainer helping FCA staff around the globe learn FCA’s systems. 

Debbie grew up in Virginia and after graduating college in Oklahoma began working for Arkansas FCA.  She served there for nine years before moving to Dallas.  During those first years, she traveled across the nation to direct our national camps for girls. 

Debbie has always had a heart for training and has been involved in our Training Camp for new staff for more than 15 years. 

Debbie is married to Dave, a pastor, and they have three adult children: Jill, Jim and Jess.  All three are married and have produced six beautiful grandchildren.  

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Mike Miller

Executive Vice President of Donor and Board Advancement

Mike Miller serves as Executive Vice President of Donor and Board Advancement.  Mike was introduced to FCA in college through former Western Kentucky University football coach and FCA Hall of Champions inductee, the late Jimmy Feix. After a short time in the business world and in professional football with the Atlanta Falcons and the Houston Oilers, Mike has worked with FCA for almost 30 years, with the exception of a brief hiatus as the CEO for a medical mission to Honduras.

Mike has served FCA in different roles, including most recently as the Atlanta Metro Director, but also as an Area Representative (Fla.), West Virginia State Director, Cincinnati Metro Director, Ohio State Director, Region Director (Mich., Ohio, Ind., W.Va., Ky.) and Senior Vice President, Development.

Mike and his wife Caroline live in Powder Springs, Ga.,and have three sons: McLain, Jackson and Garrett.

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Joe Outlaw

Executive Vice President of Talent Advancement

Joe Outlaw serves as the Executive Vice President of Talent Advancement.  Prior to joining FCA in 2016, Joe served 12 years with the North American Mission Board, SBC, most recently as its Chief Human Resources Officer.  Prior to serving with NAMB, Joe served New South Companies, Inc. as its Vice-President of Human Resources and with Milliken and Company, where he began employment after graduating from Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C.

While playing football at Wofford, Outlaw was introduced to FCA and accepted Christ during his freshman year. He later served as the campus Huddle leader and spoke at an FCA banquet where he was introduced to the Milliken corporate attorney.  This meeting led to Joe abandoning his pursuits to be a high school coach,  and ultimately equipped him for service through this role with FCA today.

It was also through FCA in college that Joe met his wife Margaret. They are now blessed to be the parents of Joseph and his wife Tori, Margaret, Hunter, Samuel and Caleb.   Joe and Margaret currently live in Cumming, Ga.

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Justin Stowell

Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications

Justin Stowell serves as the Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications at the Support Center in Kansas City, MO. He oversees FCA’s brand and internal/external marketing efforts through primarily digital initiatives.

Before joining FCA in March 2019, Justin worked in marketing in various consumer and non-profit organizations, focusing on digital and brand transformation. Ultimately, Justin went on to lead the marketing and brand efforts for FCA partner ministry, Cru (from 2011-2019.)

An Orlando native, Justin graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Organizational Communications. There, he was also involved as a three-year student leader in the UCF FCA Huddle.

He and his wife, Mandi, reside in Prairie Village, KS. They have one energetic child, Jack.