Board of Directors
David has university degrees in Communication (1989) and Aesthetic (1992, Art Philosophy) and has a professional certification in Donor Marketing & Behavior (Merkle, ex-Domain Group, 1999). David has been working in the non-profit industry since 1993, acquiring broad expertise in communications and marketing since 1999.
He has worked on both agency and client sides, from Domain Group (Paris Agency, Merkle Group, 1999) to UNICEF France (Fundraising manager, 2004) and back to agency (Faircom, 2009). As a fundraiser, he has served a little less than 200 organizations from a wide variety of sectors: religious, humanitarian, social, medical, cultural, and animal. Since 2015, he has been working as the Communication Manager for SEL France (the French partner of Compassion International and TearFund).
President and CEO
While pursuing his degree in French at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania and during his fifth trip to France in 1994, David gave his life to Christ. Upon his return to the United States in 1995, he began to work with international and national fellowship groups in varying roles of leadership.
In July of 2001, he and his wife moved to Washington, DC where David began working full-time in the non-profit sector and founded Impact France. David leads the Impact France team in daily operations and strategic direction.
He and his family currently live in the Atlanta metro area.
It is in Nimes, close to her family and her Huguenot origins, that Sabrina lives with her husband Jean Louis and her son Simon.
Trained for 15 years at the school of high level sport in the equestrian world, as a competitor, coach and trainer, as well as ten years in a company in human resources, she now works as a personal and professional coach for associations, small and medium-sized companies, but also large groups.
“My life and that of my family is centered on the desire to serve my country and more particularly to support today’s leaders and accompany tomorrow’s leaders in their mission.”
Clément is the Director of the National Council of French Evangelicals (CNEF). He worked first as an agricultural engineer for 18 years, in an advisory society, specializing in business management, human resources, and quality control. By that time, he was a member of a church implantation team in West of France.
He was the pastor of this church for 12 years and came to work “full time” for the Lord in 2006. At first, his main task was working for the French Evangelical Federation and building the CNEF. He became director of CNEF as soon as the CNEF was officially brought into existence in June 2010.
He is married and has four children aged 24 to 14 and lives in Chartres.