Mark Kordic Joins Advocace Team

Mark_Temp-Staff-Pic_PRMark Kordic joins Advocace’s team with 30 years of experience in development with faith-based, non-profit organizations. He also brings six years of major donor consulting experience to the table. Mark has served higher education, church, Christian media and international missions organizations—all with the goal of equipping leaders to “bring the transforming message of the Gospel.”

 
Most recently, Kordic was the Executive Relations Director with Seed Company. There he built relationships with individual, business and church partners as they invest in Bible translation for the 180-million Bibleless people in 90 countries. Previous to Seed Company, Mark helped CDR Radio Network build a fourteen-station Christian radio network in the Midwest. He then formed the Major Donor Consulting division of Advocace.

In his work with such organizations as the Christian Leadership Alliance and National Religious Broadcasters, he has engaged with hundreds of thoughtful Christian stewards and ministry leaders.

“Mark’s enthusiasm for ministry growth is exceeded only by the skill with which he approaches each client. I witnessed the growth that follows his work with ministries and know our clients will enjoy pursuing their vision with Mark,” said Paul Martin, President of Advocace.

Mark said, “Advancing the leadership vision and maximizing the involvement of major partners and prospects of life-giving ministries keeps me in gear each day. Rejoining the gifted, passionate Advocace team thrills me. What a privilege to come alongside missional leaders dedicated towards guiding their organizations to saving lives, changing lives and impacting lives.”

Find out more about Mark and his new role at Advocace at advocace.com/mark-kordic.

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