Tony earned degrees from Asbury University (Education), CBN University (Masters in Educational Administration), Regent University (J.D. degree) and Georgetown Law Center (LL.M. International and Comparative Law). After working in the fields of Christian education and adoption law for some years, Tony founded and operated an international adoption agency where over 1,000 foreign-born orphans were adopted by U.S. families. In 2006, in response to God's leading, Tony and Cindy founded Orphan Voice to bring Christ's love and salvation to vulnerable children and families in Asia.
Cindy is a co-founder of Orphan Voice, along with her husband, Tony. She has a passion for bringing help and hope to those which society considers to be “the least of these”—special needs children, orphans and the impoverished. Cindy also serves as the Lead Pastor at Da Nang International Fellowship. As pastor, Cindy was instrumental in bringing the theatrical production "Merry Christmas Danang" to the city. She has a BS in Communications from Spalding University and a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary, where she is now pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree focusing on Preaching and Leadership.
Craig has more than 25 years of experience as a corporate financial manager in a variety of industries, and served honorably in the US Air Force and Massachusetts Air National Guard for 23 years. Since 2004, he has served as the Chief Financial Officer of All States Materials Group, a leading supplier of liquid asphalt and highway construction and maintenance services in the Northeastern United States. In addition to his role with ASMG, Craig serves as Vice President of Summit Insurance Ltd., as a member of the Infrastructure Committee for the Western Massachusetts Economic Development Council, and as a member of the Scholarship Review Committee of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts. Craig hold’s a BS in accounting from California Coast University and a Masters in Business Administration from Liberty University. Craig, his wife Mary Beth, and their children Duncan and Colin, live in Westfield, Massachusetts where they attend Westfield Evangelical Free Church.
Dr. Carle M. Hunt holds a B.S.B.A. degree and a M.B.A. degree from Denver University and a Doctor in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He has over five decades of teaching experience in colleges and universities as well providing management and strategic planning for churches and businesses. Dr. Hunt currently serves as Full Professor for the School of Education at Regent University. He is also President and CFO of MasterTrainer International, Inc., providing leadership training materials and consulting services for non-profit and for-profit organisations. Dr. Hunt is the author of several publications focusing on management in higher education and Christian ministry.
Donald has served in a variety of positions for small and large financial service companies and public accounting firms in Florida, North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky. The focus of most of his management and leadership positions was meeting and serving individual and institutional clients' legal and investment needs. Donald retired in 2008 as Vice President of JP Morgan Chase Institutional Asset Management Division. Don is an active member of Porter Memorial Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky and currently serves as Vice Chair of Baptist Health Lexington Foundation Board of Directors and Chair of Finance/Investment Committee. Don is a graduate of Anderson University, Anderson, IN with a BA in Accounting and Business Administration. Don is married to Kelley, and they have one daughter and two grandsons.
Kelli and her husband Matt have been married for twenty-five years and have two teenage daughters. Kelli has her B.S. in chemical engineering and her M.D. from the University of Louisville School of Medicine. She has a dermatology practice and homeschools their two daughters, Lili Grace and Maia Joy. Kelli became acquainted with Orphan Voice after their experience with international adoption of their youngest daughter. She and her husband have a desire to glorify their Messiah by serving "least of these" and are thrilled to be part of Orphan Voice's mission.
Doug and his wife, Camie have lived in Bedford County, Pennsylvania since he retired from the US Army in 1996 after 34 years of service. Doug earned two degrees from Lehigh University, a BS in Business Administration and an MBA. He again retired in 2016 after serving 15 years as the Business manager of White Sulphur Springs, a retreat and conference center of the Officers’ Christian Fellowship. Doug is currently President of the Bedford County Citizens Concerned for Human Life, the local chapter of the PA Pro-Life Federation and serves as a member of the board of directors of the federation. He is also the Chaplain of the Silver Caduceus Association, an organization of current and retired Army Medical Service Corps officers. In 1969 Doug served in Vietnam as a medical administrator in two Army MASH hospitals. He is a Life Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives. Doug and Camie have three children and 14 grandchildren including little Hannah, adopted ten years ago from China.