Adult & Teen Challenge is excited to announce that Mitchell Easter has joined the National Office in the role of Learning Technology Manager.
Easter is a native Texan, husband, father, and avid outdoorsman. Before arriving at the National Office, Easter spent approximately three years at a local Teen Challenge center in Branson West, Missouri where he served as Enrollment Coordinator. He received his master’s degree in Public Administration with a focus in Emergency Management from Missouri State University and his bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies & Theology from Southwestern Assemblies of God University.
“After experiencing the life transformative power of the Gospel for myself, I am passionate about all people struggling with life-controlling issues experience freedom in Jesus Christ,” said Easter. “I am humbled and honored to serve Adult & Teen Challenge in a national capacity to further that vision.” In his new role, Easter will help centers across North America integrate staff training systems within ATC Bridge, a new online learning management system. He will provide support for ATC staffers in utilizing the new system and recruit subject matter experts and educational partners to ensure the development of new programs and certifications.
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.