A pastor's kid, the child and grandchild of world-traveling cross-cultural workers, Kim Westfall was raised to be mission-minded. You could say it's in her blood.
Her passion for cross-cultural work began to unfold 15 years ago, when she became U.S. Director for Watoto Child Care Ministries, an organization caring for thousands of Ugandan orphans and raising the next generation of that nation's leaders. It was challenging and fulfilling work for her.
Kim then met the love of her life, her husband Bob. Over a decade they built The Westfall Group, the nation's leading innovator and implementer of more than 300 major donor fundraising events. The company has helped scores of faith-based clients generate over $550 million to expand God's Kingdom.
Kim retired from her role as Executive Vice President of Client Service and Consulting in April 2016. Since then she's enjoying time with family—including three granddaughters—as well as boating and fishing at the lake house she and Bob share outside Atlanta. Kim is thrilled to now be serving with ITeams.
"My life verse is James 1:27: 'Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.' So the work of ITeams aligns perfectly with my passion for working alongside the oppressed!"