SHM Staff & Volunteers
Dona Sensenig, BSN
Dona responded to God’s call to serve the Hispanic community and today serves women who have high-risk pregnancies and families with medically fragile infants and children.
Bonnie Martin, BA
Bonnie translator/interpreter responds to the needs of the Spanish-speaking families who come to our office. She assists them connections to medical assistance as needed, translating and interpreting for medical appointments and providing needed transportation.
Rod, the founder of Koinonia Christian Ministries and owner of the Koinonia House, is employed by the SHM as a part time treasurer for our ministry.
Tabitha joined our staff in July 2014. She has taken over the responsibility of coordinating the transportation and childcare for our weekly Bible Study. She also coordinates the planning of special events and programs. In addition, she has cerebral palsy, which enables her to identify with some of the families we serve, who have kids with special needs.
The remainder of our staff are volunteers.
Janet Johnson volunteers one day a week to maintain all our patient files as well as other office functions.
Marcy Lankford volunteers one day a week to assist with various office tasks as well as special projects.
Edie Neithercott volunteers one day a week to assist with all types of office work and special projects.
In addition, several faithful volunteers help with childcare during the women’s Bible Study on Friday mornings. And still others join us to help during our Good Friday and VBS programs.
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors meets monthly to provide oversight and direction for the vision and mission of the Ministry. They provide prayer support for the staff, volunteers and families with whom we work. The Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the policies and procedures of the ministry as well as writing position descriptions and have the final decision regarding interviewing and hiring.
There are 7 members on the Board of Directors, each bringing their own area of giftedness. Dona Sensenig, the Director of the Spanish Health Ministry, has worked among the Spanish speaking families of Southern Chester County since 1974. She has a great understanding and love for Hispanic families and a desire to share the Gospel with them. Chuck Lunden, a CPA and financial expert, contributes understanding and discernment regarding our financial decisions. Leigh Kelleher also has a background in business and contributes her insight and discernment in financial decisions. Addison Scott has experience in the field of technology, so his technical support and insight are helpful in an ever-changing technological age. Ruth Hershey brings a strong commitment of prayer support, and two retired nurses Lois Aldrich and Joyce Chance bring to the Board an understanding of the medical needs of our families. These 7 people represent six different evangelical churches in the greater Southern Chester County area.