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Dave Stalsbroten

Dave's Impact

Dave and AbbyOriginally from the town of Anacortes, Washington, Dave Stalsbroten moved to Seattle with a passion, for "seeing young people mature to live in genuine, whole-hearted relationship with Jesus." Motivated by values of reconciliation, generosity, and justice, he followed a sense of call to serve with AMOS Health and Hope, a Christian NGO that offers preventive healthcare to underserved communities. In rural Nicaragua, Dave managed donor communications and logistics for short-term delegations from the U.S. 

Currently in a major season of transition, Dave just finished planning his wedding (Dave with his new wife Abby at right), and is working on building his professional résumé. Dave is an entrepreneur and connector at heart. He knows his service experiences have stretched and strengthened his skills. Visiting our office earlier this month he asked, "How am I supposed to distill these profound service lessons into business world one-liners?" His question is the launch point for a workshop we'll offer at our May Conference. What wisdom can you offer Dave? (Click on the contact tab above.)

Dave's Service Bio

At AMOS, I will be serving as a delgations coordinator. This involves traveling to rural communities, identifying opportunites for short term medical service teams, and then coordinating the logistics for those delegations.

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Colleague Info

COLLEAGUE YEAR
2010
SENDING ORG
Urban Impact
REGION
Central America
LOCATION
Managua, Nicaragua

SERVICE AREAS
Developing Nations

THEMES
Education



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