Jeanne Davies, Executive Director
Jeanne serves as Executive Director and carries responsibility for outreach, advocacy, and development. She is ordained in the Church of the Brethren, has a Master of Divinity degree from Bethany Theological Seminary in Richmond, Indiana, a Graduate Certificate in Homiletic Peer Coaching from Vanderbilt Divinity School, and a Graduate Certificate in Disability and Ministry from Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. Jeanne has a passion for disability advocacy and inclusion, and believes that the whole church benefits when all the members of the Body are actively connected. She lives in West Dundee, Illinois, with her husband, Joel. They attend York Center Church of the Brethren in Lombard, Illinois.
Emily Hunsberger, Communications Director
Emily serves as Communications Director for ADN and is responsible for the newsletter, blog, and other communications and resources. With a bachelor's degree in Biblical and Theological studies from Bluffton University, Emily developed an enthusiasm for creating healthy communities in college, and she remains convinced that communities are healthiest when everyone is welcomed and embraced as they are. Emily believes that members of the community function best when needs are met, and she is passionate about breaking down the barriers that prevent true community from forming. Emily lives in Goshen, Indiana, with her husband, Micah, and her cat, Cosmo.
Zoë Brown, Office Administrator
Zoë serves as Office Administrator for ADN, caring for processing donations and invoices, as well as managing the office space. She graduated from Goshen College with a bachelor's degree of Biology and has a passion for caring for people and animals. She believes that all of God's creation should be treated with love and kindness. Zoë lives in Goshen, Indiana, with her horse, donkey, and cat. She is an active member of Waterford Mennonite Church.