Meet our Board of Directors:
Board President and Chair: Dr. Rebecca Ingram
Dr. Rebecca Ingram graduated with honors from Lincoln Park Academy in Fort Pierce, Florida. She received her Associates of Arts degree from Miami Dade College in Mass Communications and is a graduate of the University of Miami in Miami, Florida.
Dr. Ingram obtained a Masters of Arts degree from Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and also completed post graduate studies at Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida and the University of Florida. Additionally, Dr. Ingram received a Juris Doctor degree from Nova University, Shepard Broad Law Center, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and an honorary doctorate degree from Smith Christian University. She is currently completing her Master’s in Practical Theology in the School of Divinity with Regent University in Virginia.
Board Co-Chair: Dr. Evelyn Rhyant
Evelyn graduated from Lincoln Park Academy High School in 1969. She continued her studies at the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education in 1973. Later, Evelyn obtained a Masters of Education from Butler University and further
broaden her professional skills by attended various educational conferences and seminars.
Evelyn taught Sunday school at Crooked Creek Baptist, served on the Board of Education, the Deaconess Board and Assistant Youth Director. She also ministered to the sick and shut-ins and participated in social feeding programs.
Over the years, Evelyn has involved herself in numerous community service activities including charitable events and walk-a-thons for varied causes.
Board Member: Mother Katie Alston
Dr. Katie Brown Alston has been a member of Missionary Network, Inc. since its inception. She serves on the Board of Directors, co-chairs the Finance Ministry Council, and is a member of the Mother’s Ministry Council. She has
supported the ministry with her time, finances, energy and love.
She is nationally certified and licensed as a school psychologist and provided services as a teacher and psychologist for the St. Lucie School Board until her retirement. While employed, she initiated a Children of Separated and
Divorced Parent Counseling Program, Approved Teen Age Parenting Program and many other viable programs benefiting the youth.
Dr. Alston has many civic and affiliations including life membership in Zeta Phi Beta, and a life membership in the NAACP. She sits on several Boards including Orange Avenue Charter School Board, Head Start Policy Council of ALPI, Eastern Advisory Council-ALPI, Chairperson (3 years) St. Lucie County Board of Adjustment, St. Lucie County Unitary School System Board (Appointment made by Honorable Adkins), and the Florida National Association
of School Psychologist.
Kandi Strock Moesel
Kandi Strock Moesel has been involved in ministry for over twenty years.
She ministers in dance and musical instrument worship. Kandi also trains people of all ages in personal worship.
She especially ministers to children, the disabled, and the elderly. Kandi operates in the five-fold ministry and is a prophetic teacher. Healing, miracles, signs and wonders are present in her ministry. As she taps into her Hebraic roots, she uses the shofar to blow in the presence of the Lord. Kandi teaches on the Messianic prophecies that are necessary to show “Y’Shua” (Jesus Christ) as the Messiah based on the Old Testament that the Jewish people find evident in the old
Kandi advocates in court for the homeless, wrongfully accused, drug addicted and troubled youth. She is the founder of the King’s Inheritance Kandi studied at Florida/Monroe Co. Wildland Fire Fighting. Kandi is married to Craig Moesel who
ministers with her.
Pamela Saieg graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Art Education from Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. She also received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Ministry from Christian Family Church International. She is a wife, mother and grandmother. She had beena teacher in Palm Beach County School District for 31 years and lead prayer in those schools for over 25 years. Now that she is retired from teaching school, she continues to volunteer teaching the Light Club Ministries (Christian education in public schools) helping to raise up the next generation.
Pamela was also the Assistant Dean to a small local Bible College for three years.
She is currently an author of several books and creator of the Esther Conference where many have been touched by the artwork and visions depicting the Bride of Christ. Many attending the Esther Conferences have had extraordinary interactions with the power of God. Currently she is working on multiple books and the VisionWriter curriculum which is developed to help those see into the supernatural as evidenced by the young children in her public-school classroom who saw visions and created drawings depicting what they saw and those attending the Esther Conferences.
Not by power or might but by My Spirit says the Lord.