Duncan worked as stock-broker before launching Uganda Orphans Fund. He’s also an avid rock hound and outdoorsman.
Susan is an author and speaker. She’s published two books and writes a biweekly blog.
Moriah has been keeping books for the past 14 years. As a mother and wife, she’s passionate about orphans and children in need.
Wyn is a Certified Financial Planner who provides financial planning and investment advisory services.
Tim Dolan co-pastors River Rock Vineyard Fellowship in Belgrade, Montana. Tim is a Chaplain for Gallatin County and the Central Valley Fire District.
Pam co-pastors River Rock Vineyard Fellowship with her husband, Tim. She is an artist and a former teacher.
Scott Mendenhall lives near Clancy, Montana. He and his wife Audrey have four children and operate a medical ultrasound practice in Butte & Helena.
Dustin Diefenderfer currently owns a personal training business focused on training backcountry athletes.
Rob & Katie Mazza live in Northern Idaho. A woodworker by trade, Rob teaches Streams Ministries Courses, while Katie has lead a worship/intercessory team.
Shawn Hertz brings 30 years of experience in the financial industry and is currently the Senior Vice President at Stifel Financial Corporation.
Kate & John Macy live in Bozeman, Montana where they raise two children. Daughter of Duncan and Susan Hill, Kate is a marriage and family counselor while John has extensive background in agriculture.
Scott Chestnut has been involved with Uganda Orphans Fund since 2007. Scott works on films as an editor and cinematographer.
Don is a contractor in Big Sky, Montana, and Diane has served as a church secretary and bookkeeper. They have run Kasozi Village for months at a time.
Mark Anderson is an author, musician, and works in full-time ministry in India and Nepal. He and his wife Sharmila run a girls’ home and sewing school in Agra, India.
Robin Owen is a retired family counselor in Bozeman, Montana. She also serves on the board of Love INC and as a discussion leader with Bible Study Fellowship.
Nate Hill is an Assistant Designer at BKS Design and Build. He holds a degree mechanical engineering from Montana State University and is the son of Duncan and Susan Hill.
Tess is married to Nate Hill and is working on a Masters Degree in counseling at Montana State University.
Sarah is the second daughter Duncan and Susan Hill. She is a graduate of Montana State University and works as a private chef in the Gallatin Valley as Chef Sarah Duncan.
Rich Sherlock is the owner and operator of A-plus Insurance. He’s been married to his wife Christy for 35 years and has a son Nathan.
Bryan and his wife, Emily, oversee operations at Kasozi Village in Uganda. Bryan also has experience as a water engineer.
Emily works with her husband, Bryan to run Kasozi Village. She has a degree in social work.
Odida studied teaching at Comboni College in Lira, Uganda. He worked as a teacher before becoming principal of Kasozi Primary School. He and his wife Esther raise three children.
Kateh implements the sponsorship program for 30 kids in northern Uganda and runs a ministry school for training, evangelism, and outreaches.
Cassia is the “instigator” for the children’s medical clinic. She previously worked as a virus researcher, discovering a novel virus from Yellowstone National Park.
He works as a family practice physician in Bozeman, Montana. But since 1990, he has annually done medical missions work in Zambia, Rwanda, Liberia, Kenya, and Ethiopia.
A graduate of UNC Medical School, Dr. Bahson previously worked as an ear, nose, and throat in Montana and North Carolina and spent three years serving in medical missions in Western Africa.
Mary works as a nurse at Bozeman Health and has a great heart to see medical care reach vulnerable children in Africa.
Beckie Bagby has 13+ years ICU nursing experience, 2 years practical ministry training, and 6 years field experience as a missionary in Africa, 3 of which have been in Uganda at Kasozi Village.