Kay Alden, Chair
Kay received a BS in education and an MA in religious studies from Bryn Athyn College. She has taught nearly every grade level from preschool through graduate school. She is particularly interested in supporting educational development in Africa. Since 2002, Kay has traveled to Africa six times. Kay and her husband Mark live in Bryn Athyn, PA.
Reverend David Lindrooth serves as liaison between HCIC and the General Church Office of Outreach. In his role as outreach director, he values supporting people involved with church planting, evangelization, and establishing healthy church practices. David and his awesome wife Aven live in Bryn Athyn, PA. David loves the adventures of mentoring their six children.
Roger Schrock, Finance Officer & Building Consultant
Roger graduated from the University of Delaware where he met his beautiful wife Kathy. After they married, Roger and Kathy moved to Alaska. Four years later, they relocated to Kempton, PA where Roger pursued a home building career. He built over 100 custom homes while raising seven children with Kathy. Roger now builds custom furniture and cabinetry.
Kathy Schrock, Project Consultant
Kathy received a BA in history from the University of Delaware where she met her dashing husband Roger. For the past eighteen years, Kathy has taught first and second grade at the Kempton New Church School. She has traveled to Africa several times to assist with teacher training programs in Ghana and Kenya. Kathy loves children, sharing the Word, and teaching through story and song. She also enjoys keeping up with her seven grown children and ten growing grandchildren.
John Wille, Oversight Officer
John graduation from the Academy of the New Church in 1976. He is married and lives in Huntingdon Valley, PA. He has three children ages 18, 18 and 21 and has been an executive search consultant for 30 years.
Kristine Goldynia, Secretary
Paige Cronlund, Data Manager
ANC-GS, BA University of Maryland, MLS Catholic University. Paige joins the HCIC Committee bringing familiarity with the developing world resulting from her numerous overseas assignments while employed by the U.S. Federal Government. Her second career as a school librarian in the metro DC area provided experience working closely with children from elementary age through high school. Both careers inform her work with the Committee as she expands her understanding and knowledge of this critical undertaking supporting the children in Kenya.