Foursquare Cabinet

Meet your Foursquare cabinet members

The Foursquare cabinet comprises the board of directors, district supervisors and ministerial representatives who are selected from the various voting regions throughout the United States. The Foursquare cabinet meets at least annually and may meet additional times at the request of the board, to receive reports, give counsel concerning the overall ministry of The Foursquare Church, and to act as a nominating committee in the selection of a president.

The following individuals comprise the Foursquare Cabinet.

  • Elwin Ahu
  • Brandon Ahu**
  • Doug Andersen
  • Rohan Anderson
  • Will Barrow*
  • Jim Becker*
  • Eduardo Bogea
  • Glenn Burris
  • Jennifer Canaya-Michel*
  • Heidi Chambers
  • Mark Chester
  • Kim Cecil
  • Ryan Coffey
  • Chanda Crutcher
  • Adam Davidson
  • Dave Edler
  • Chantal Edler**
  • Fidel Fernandez*
  • Rory Frink*
  • Kurt Fuller
  • Michal Gettel**
  • Paul Greer
  • Evelyn Hernandez
  • Shealyn Hood**
  • Scott Jenkins
  • Jarrod Kula
  • Sheldon Lacsina
  • Omar Lara*
  • Whitney Lewellyn
  • Andy Lovelace*
  • Chris Manginelli
  • Albert Martinez
  • Karen Maurizio**
  • George Merriweather*
  • Steve Mickel
  • Heather Moore
  • Kelly Mossholder
  • Andrew Nakamura
  • Wendy Nolasco
  • Yader Parrales*
  • Emily Plater
  • Nate Poetzl
  • Michael Remedios
  • Randy Remington
  • Jason Reynolds
  • Angie Richey
  • Martin Ruarte
  • Alyson Salz
  • Herman Scales
  • Melinda Scott
  • Antonio Sims
  • Mark Slomka
  • Art Snow*
  • Jennifer Thigpenn
  • Brenda Truett
  • Sarah Turbedsky*
  • Kevin Twombly
  • Ted Vail
  • Kyle Veach
  • Emily Wold**
  • Jared Yamaguchi*
  • Jeff Young
  • Joan Zwerling*

* Pastoral Representative
** Younger Representative
*** Some names withheld for security reasons

Learn more about how the cabinet is involved with the bylaw adoption process.

Executive Council

The executive council comprises the Foursquare board and cabinet as well as District Supervisors, Area Pastors and Regional Pastors. The council convenes at least once a year to approve the business to be presented to the annual Foursquare convention, which takes place immediately following Memorial Day each year.

Foursquare Business

Interested in learning how business matters are executed within Foursquare? Visit our business page to view amendents, download the most recent copy of the Foursquare bylaws or view the cabinet meeting report.

Learn more about those who lead Foursquare.