Rev. Kerry Schottelkorb is the president of ChinaSource, appointed in March 2019.
For twenty years Kerry was involved in local church planting and youth ministry, both in the US and Hong Kong. He was the founding pastor of the Cle Elum Alliance Church in Cle Elum, Washington and one of two founding pastors of Evangelical Community Church in Hong Kong.
Kerry subsequently served as Vice President for Advancement for English Language Institute in China (ELIC) and the North American Director of Christian Action Asia.
Over the past 33 years, Kerry has been involved in ministry across China as a founding pastor of Evangelical Community Church in Hong Kong, Vice-President of Advancement for English Language Institute in China and the North American Director of Christian Action Asia. In these positions, Kerry has cultivated a keen love for China and Chinese ministry and developed a broad and diverse set of relationships across the US and Asia.
Kerry and his wife Debra began BridgeLives in 2007, providing leadership and team development to those primarily serving in an Asian context.
Kerry has a BA degree in history from Simpson College and an MA in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary.
Kerry is an encourager with a longstanding love for China and a passion for the nurturing and development of collaborative leaders.
The Schottelkorbs live in Los Angeles and have two children and nine grandchildren.
Brent Fulton is the founder of ChinaSource and the editor-in-chief of ChinaSource Quarterly.
Prior to assuming his current position, he served as the managing director of the Institute for Chinese Studies at Wheaton College, the US director of China Ministries International, and as the English publications editor for the Chinese Church Research Center in Hong Kong.
Dr. Fulton holds MA and PhD degrees in political science from the University of Southern California and a BA in radio-TV-film from Messiah College.
He is the author of China's Urban Christians: A Light That Cannot Be Hidden and co-authored China's Next Generation: New China, New Church, New World with Luis Bush.
You can find him on Twitter @BrentSFulton.
Dr. Fulton and his wife, Jasmine, split their time between Asia and Southern California.
Joann Pittman is the senior vice president of ChinaSource and editor of ZGBriefs.
Prior to joining ChinaSource, Joann spent 28 years working in China, as an English teacher, language student, program director, and cross-cultural trainer for organizations and businesses engaged in China. She has also taught Chinese at the University of Northwestern-St. Paul (MN), and Chinese Culture and Communication at Wheaton College (IL) and Taylor University (IN).
Joann has a BA in Social Sciences from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul (MN), and an MA in teaching from the University of St. Thomas (MN).
She is the author of Survival Chinese Lessons and The Bells Are Not Silent: Stories of Church Bells in China.
Her personal blog, Outside-In can be found at joannpittman.com, where she writes on China, Minnesota, traveling, and issues related to "living well where you don't belong."
She makes her home in New Brighton, Minnesota.
Glenn and Narci Herr
Glenn is involved in ChinaSource operations and Narci works with ChinaSource publications.
Glenn and Narci Herr come to ChinaSource after 30 years of experience living and serving in Hong Kong and China. They were first involved in working with the church in Hong Kong and for the last 20 years they served workers living in China. During that time Glenn traveled extensively throughout China and Narci taught Hebrew and theological English at a Hong Kong seminary.
The Herrs are located in Saint Louis.
Hannah Lau is the strategy and marketing consultant for ChinaSource, managing organizational planning, external communication, and marketing processes including social media.
Originally from Canada, Hannah served in China where she began her career in advertising. She comes to us with a wealth of experience from the corporate world, having built her career in Asia working for international ad agencies. Having since left the corporate sector, she’s now applying her skills to help non-profit organizations, Christian ministries, and small businesses set up their marketing and communications activities.
She is also the author of Wherever You Go: A Conversation About Life, Faith, and Courage, a public speaker, and can be found on Twitter @HannahLau and Facebook @whereveryougobook.
Hannah is based in Hong Kong.
Emerald Lam is our Hong Kong administrator.
Prior to joining ChinaSource, she worked as a secretary for local printing companies.
Emerald holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Entrepreneurship and Business from University of Huddersfield, UK.
Emerald lives in Hong Kong with her husband and two daughters.