Kate has over 20 years experience as a professional librarian, originally in Hertfordshire public libraries. She was All Nations' Librarian from 2003 until 2015 and is now the Information and Learning Services Manager with oversight of our library, ICT, learning support and e-learning services. In December 2015 she completed her PhD on the use e-learning to deliver effective mission training. She is married to John, and both of them share a love for Serbia where they have been involved in short-term mission work for over 15 years. She enjoys being part of her church fellowship where she is a home group leader, member of the church worship group and missions co-ordinator.
Frances joined the staff team at All Nations in 2009 and has worked her way up to becoming the Library Manager in 2015. Frances grew up in Belgium and has had experience working in different libraries including the library of the Evangelical Theological Faculty (ETF) in Leuven, Belgium. Frances has a passion for film and books and also enjoys spending lots of time with family.
He has wide ranging experience of computing in manufacturing and office environments. Most recently working as an Intellectual Property attorney, his computing skills were much appreciated by the other staff in the office.
Andrea divides her time between the UK and Nepal and alongside her work with INF, she is developing and facilitating online courses at All Nations. Andrea has been working in Nepal with INF since 1995. Having trained as a microbiologist she initially worked as a consultant for the Leprosy Mission hospital in Kathmandu. For six years she developed and ran a new on-field cross-cultural orientation training programme for new members of INF and latterly has taken the role of Expatriate Personnel Administrator. Andrea first came to All Nations as a student in 1995 and later returned for a year where she supported some of the college work while taking a diploma in mission studies - her dissertation was on methods for cross-cultural learning.
Clive has been working in Nepal with INF since 1995 and is a board member of INF Worldwide. His responsibilities as IT Advisor include training and mentoring Nepali nationals as well as setting up systems that work in difficult and remote settings. During the 12-year Maoist conflict he was a member of INF's in-country Security Resource Team and a British Embassy Warden. He first came to All Nations as a student in 1995, returned later as IT Manager for a year and is now the E-learning Technical Advisor/Course Designer. Drawing on his practical mission experience, he enjoys teaching on various college courses, tutoring online and contributing to the ongoing development of online material. Clive divides his time each year between Nepal and the UK, plays with solar ovens and runs a non-profit organisation providing IT support for mission organisations and overseas workers. He enjoys photography, mountains and bread-making.
Before joining All Nations Debs was a debt counsellor for Christians Against Poverty and a lecturer for the Ministry of Defence. She is married with two children and is on the leadership team at Hertford Baptist church. In her free time she enjoys cycling and long walks with her dog Molly.
Kathryn has recently retired from working part-time as a primary music school teacher and has a long background in education and administration. Kathryn is the Church Secretary at Hoddesdon Baptist church and is married with 2 adult children.
Before joining All Nations she was assessment coordinator for an international business exam board, and she has previously worked as a university postgraduate programme manager and as BA tutor and administrator at London School of Theology (LST).
Christy is married to Dave, who is the senior pastor at Hertford Baptist Church, and enjoys partaking in hobbies such as singing, baking and country walks in her spare time.
Tina completed a BA(Hons) in Theology and Counselling at the London School of Theology (LST), and is currently part-way through an MA in Integrative Psychotherapy. Prior to studying at LST, Tina worked 20 years as a PA/Administrator.
In her spare time Tina enjoys running and is involved in ministry at Holy Trinity Church Brompton.
Katharine has worked abroad in Austria, Switzerland, Cyprus and Central African Republic. After studying at All Nations Katharine and her husband, Dave, worked with AIM in the Central African Republic for three years. Katharine lives locally with her family and worships and preaches at Hertford Community Church. In her spare time Katharine loves to sew, knit and bake.
Jillian studied French & Spanish in Glasgow for four years before coming to join the staff team at All Nations. During University Jillian enjoyed working on the CU committee as the International secretary which involved getting to know students from around the world. Being part of the CU meant that Jillian was involved in many outreach events among the students through which God provided many opportunities to tell the gospel on campus. Jillian has made a fantastic transition and now greatly enjoys working in this new cross-cultural college environment.
Year you started at All Nations: 2002
Experience in Mission: Jill has a background in music, theatre and performing arts and has experience in teaching, performing, conducting, directing and orchestral playing. Jill has designed and developed the Arts modules in to the All Nations curriculum and introduced a variety of creative projects and events at the college. Jill supports the Hearts for Mission team going in to local churches encouraging them to engage creatively with mission and multicultural worship. Jill has short term mission experience in Nigeria, Uganda and Tanzania. She has worked with International students and Asylum Seekers. Jill is also the Marketing and Communications Manager.
Publications/Research/Networks: Jill sits on the WEA Arts in Mission task force team; she is a board member for the Arts Plus Europe Round Table and leader of Arts Plus UK network; Chair for the Multicultural Worship Forum ( a partnership of All Nations, London School of Theology, Resonance and Integrity Music) and Board Member for Advisory Council for Christian Artists Holland. Jill is also on the Council at All Nations.
Jill has contributed to Worship and Mission for the Global Church – An Ethnodoxology Handbook By James R Krabill
Before joining the college staff, Roberta spent time working in Brazil and the U.K with vulnerable youth and has a passion for using the arts to communicate creatively and allow people to share their stories.
Rowena trained as an auditor at Deloitte in London where she gained her ACA and then spent some time in the Charities department in St Albans before joining All Nations in 2007.
Rowena lives in Saffron Walden with her husband and three young children and they attend Saffron Walden Community Church.
She trained in hotel and catering management and worked for an international NGO - CORD in Mozambique and Zambia for several years in various roles including country director. She worked for a national youth organisation as events organiser for over three years before taking on her role at All Nations.
Chris joined in 2012, working with the catering team to provide the best possible homemade food. He enjoys working with the locally sourced, seasonal vegetables and fruits and fresh ingredients.
Chris is married with two grown children and is a keen photographer and book lover. He has also studied and taught Karate for 10 years.
Mike is a former student of All Nations and is married with two children. He plays guitar and is interested in music recording and production. Prior to coming to college Mike worked with SIM in Peru for 2 years.
Since joining the team Alan has completed a City and Guilds Qualification in Horticulture at Capel Manor College in Enfield, and now focuses on use of this skill in particular, tending to the college grounds to keep them looking beautiful all year round for our students, staff and conferences’ delight.
Previously, Alan worked as an Estimator for a local Industrial Roofing Contractor and has also been employed on maintenance type functions within a Local Authority and British Gas.
As of 1st April 2016 Susan was appointed the new Housekeeping Officer, working closely with Conferencing and Facilities to ensure the smooth running of All Nations for all residents - students, staff and delegates.
Susan is servant hearted, passionate about helping others and is often found tucked away in her flower-arranging room as she adds the little touches around the College!
Susan initially came to All Nations as a full-time student studying on the en route 10 week course in Spring 2015. Susan is also mother to a budding musician living and studying in Brighton.