Associate Program Director (212) 870-2841 | firstname.lastname@example.org Joshua Anderson is Associate Program Director in ECF’s Endowment Management area. In this role, he supports ECF’s Endowment Management Solutions (EMS), Planned Giving, and life income gifts programs. He spends his time working with congregations, dioceses, and other Episcopal organizations to enhance and develop their programs and resources.
Prior to joining ECF, Josh worked for 5 years in local non-profit organizations in Lafayette, Indiana and New York City, operating out of school time programs for youth ages 5 to 18. Josh studied Elementary Education at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana. Josh and his wife, who is a priest in the Diocese of New York, relocated to New York City from Lafayette, Indiana in the summer of 2014.
Program Director for Leadership Resources (210) 842-7741 | email@example.com Haley is Program Director for Leadership Resources at the Episcopal Church Foundation and also serves as the Executive Director for Gathering of Leaders.
In addition to her work at ECF, she guides day to day operations of GOL as well as long term strategy and planning. Prior to working with Gathering of Leaders, Haley served as the Director of Operations and Management for her home parish of St. George Church and School in San Antonio, TX, and ran her own faith-based operations consulting company. Haley also serves on the Congregational Development Committee for the Diocese of West Texas and is a graduate of the College for Congregational Development.
Haley grew up in the Episcopal church in the middle east and brings an international perspective to her work. Her passion is equipping lay and clergy leaders alike through leadership training and community building to grow God's church into the future. She is a graduate of The University of Texas with a bachelors of science in biology focusing on genetics, with a minor in anthropology. She lives in San Antonio, TX with her husband and two wonderful daughters.
Associate Program Director (212) 870-2852 | firstname.lastname@example.org Kjerstin is Associate Program Director for Leadership and Communications at the Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF).
Her work focuses on the Fellowship Partners Program, the production of Vestry Papers, Vital Practices and ECF's educational events and resources.
Prior to working for ECF, Kjerstin was the Information & Referral Specialist at the National Down Syndrome Society. She earned a BA in International Relations from Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, IL.
Adriane Bilous, PhD.
Director of Leadership (212) 870-2839 | email@example.com Adriane Bilous serves as the Director of Leadership at ECF.
She oversees ECF’s leadership, education, and training programs and plays a significant role in discerning and implementing ECF’s unique and emerging role in developing and nurturing Christian leaders for the Church of the future. She coordinates the ongoing development and implementation of ECF’s longitudinal impact studies, and related program evaluations. In addition, she manages resources for new program initiatives supported through the three-year grant from the Lilly National Endowment Initiative "From Economic Challenges to Transformational Opportunities."
Prior to coming to ECF, she taught at Fordham University in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Adriane received her MA from the University of Chicago and her PhD from Fordham University. Her PhD dissertation explored the relationship between gender, faith, and social activism. Originally from Toronto, Adriane is a proud hockey mom and supporter of all things Canadian.
Program Associate (212) 870-2850 | firstname.lastname@example.org Christine is the Program Associate for the Endowment Management, Planned Giving, and Donor Solutions area, providing administrative support for the team.
Prior to joining ECF in February 2020, Christine was a quality system auditor consulting with Hudson River Healthcare. She holds a B.S. in Accounting from Widener University.Christine is a long-time member of Christ Episcopal Church in Tarrytown, NY serving in various roles including co-director of Christion Ed and Financial Secretary. She also enjoys serving as a Vice President for the Westchester Dinner Dance Club in Westchester County, NY.
Sandra Montes, EdD.
Spanish Language Resource Consultant (281) 889-8531 | email@example.com Sandra is the Spanish Language Resource Consultant at ECF. She was born in Perú, grew up in Guatemala and settled in Texas as soon as she could.
Her passions are God, family (especially her son), music, education, and writing and she has been hoping and praying for this position for years.
Sandra has been developing original bilingual resources for her church, school, and others for years. Sandra has been volunteering and working in the Episcopal Church since she was welcomed in 1986. She serves as musician, translator, speaker, consultant, and writer. She earned her doctorate in education in 2016 and is a full-time freelance consultant and musician.
Sandra T. Montes nació en Perú, se crió en Guatemala y se instaló en Tejas lo antes que le fue posible. Sus pasiones son Dios, familia (especialmente su hijo), música, educación y escribir, y ha estado esperando y orando por este puesto por años. Sandra ha estado elaborando recursos bilingües originales para su iglesia, escuela y otros por años. Sandra ha sido voluntaria y trabajado en la Iglesia Episcopal desde que le dieron la bienvenida a Ella en 1986. Se desempeña como música, traductora, oradora, asesora y redactora. Obtuvo su doctorado en educación en 2016 y es consultora y música de tiempo completo.
Managing Program Director (212) 870-2844 | firstname.lastname@example.org Jim is Managing Program Director for Stewardship Resources and Operations at the Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF).
He oversees ECF’s financial resources programs: planned giving, donor solutions, including ECF’s Donor-advised Fund program, and ECF’s comprehensive giving resource, ECF360. He works with congregations, dioceses, and other Episcopal organizations to enhance and develop their programs and resources. Jim holds a Certificate in Fundraising from New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, MA in Christian Spirituality from General Theological Seminary, and BS from NYU's Stern School of Business. Jim is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive.
Program Consultant (210) 262-1479 | email@example.com Demi Prentiss is a Program Consultant in the Endowment Management division of Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF), offering support to dioceses and congregations in structuring and growing their endowments.
Previously, she served five years as ministry developer for the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, partnering with individuals and congregations in that re-organizing diocese to re-imagine how to be the church. She has served a brief stint on the Presiding Bishop’s staff as Program Officer for Lay Leadership, and spent many years as a ministry developer in congregations varying from family to resource size. She holds degrees from Seabury-Western and Harvard, and is author, with Fletcher Lowe, of Radical Sending: Go to Love and Serve. She lives in Denton, TX, where she has built a practice as a life and leadership coach for leaders in congregations and non-profit organizations.
Kenneth H. Quigley
Senior Program Consultant (800) 697-2858 | firstname.lastname@example.org Ken is a Senior Program Consultant for Endowment Management. He joined ECF in July 2005 and served as program manager through 2019, overseeing the program’s growth and development. Currently, he counsels churches on defining purposes, building structure, and growing endowment funds and is involved in business development.
Prior to joining ECF, Ken was president and CEO of the Continuum International Publishing Group (North America). He had led the Morehouse Group, a publisher serving the Episcopal Church, from 1995 through its acquisition by Continuum in 2002. Ken earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI. Currently, he is President of St. Vincent’s Center for Children with Disabilities in Haiti, working with the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti.
Director for Partnership and New Initiatives (212) 870-2847 | email@example.com Melissa Rau is the Director for Partnership and New Initiatives at the Episcopal Church Foundation.
She is responsible for managing partnerships and collaborations, including Forma, and discerns and develops strategic solutions for Episcopal faith communities through consulting and coaching. She is especially passionate about leadership and discipleship.
Prior to joining ECF, Melissa was very active as a Lead Consultant with Ministry Architects, an organization that provides consulting for churches in a number of different capacities. She’s currently enrolled at General Theological Seminary. Living just outside of Philly, she is married to Mike, an Episcopal priest and rector. They have two daughters and a son. She loves to read and is particularly fond of giraffes and the color orange.
Assistant Program Director (212) 870-2857 | firstname.lastname@example.org Brad Roberts is Assistant Program Director in ECF’s Endowment Management area.
In this role, he supports ECF’s Endowment Management Solutions (EMS), Planned Giving, and life income gifts and Donor-advised Fund programs. He spends his time working with congregations, dioceses, and other Episcopal organizations to enhance and develop their programs and resources.
Prior to joining ECF, Brad worked several years in banking in Georgia in various roles with varying responsibilities. He also has experience in public accounting. He has served in various capacities at St. Peter’s Episcopal in Rome, GA including treasurer, vestry member and senior warden. Brad and his wife, Rebecca, moved to New York City in the fall of 2017 for Rebecca to attend General Theological Seminary.
Director of Endowment Management (347) 803-9389 | email@example.com Carsten Sierck is the Director of Endowment Management at the Episcopal Church Foundation, overseeing strategic, programmatic and administrative matters with a commitment to connecting investments to mission. Carsten advises churches, dioceses, schools and other Episcopal organizations on how to structure, manage, use and grow their endowments and other invested funds. She also consults with lay and clergy leaders considering socially responsible investing at their churches.
Previously, Carsten held positions at financial planning and wealth management firms in Cleveland, Ohio. Earlier in her career, she practiced law in New York City and Washington, DC. Carsten is a graduate of Columbia University and the University of Virginia Law School. A lifelong Episcopalian, she attended the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC, for fourteen years.