Adult & Teen Challenge is excited to announce that Jon Spence has accepted the newly created role of Content and Media Manager at the ATC National Office. Spence is a graduate of Evangel University, where he majored in English and government and wrote for the school newspaper and served as a student government executive officer. In 2020, Spence received a full-tuition scholarship to the University of Georgia School of Law, but after attending for a semester, he decided to pursue a career in writing and nonprofit work. In this position, Spence will be creating content with the goal of increasing public awareness of ATC’s mission.
“I am thrilled to be joining ATC at such an exciting time in the organization’s history,” Spence said. “I am honored to participate in the push to make ATC a thought leader in the addiction recovery community.”
About Adult & Teen Challenge
With more than 200 residential centers within the US and Canada, Adult & Teen Challenge (ATC) is a faith-based non-profit headquartered in Ozark, Missouri. Its mission is to provide adults & teens freedom from addiction and other life-controlling issues through Christ-centered solutions. Through effective discipleship, mentoring, and life-skills training, ATC and its affiliates have seen positive outcomes and radical life-transformation throughout its sixty-year history.