Tegan Reed, Executive Director
Tegan received her Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Community Health Education from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. She is a wife, mother of 4 and a member of Westwood Church. She first became involved with LIFEhouse Partnership when it was just an idea to find a way to reach out to families in the communities surrounding Westwood Church and Prairie Lane Church .
She feels called to this ministry because she believes that we can show the love and light of Jesus to others by meeting their basic needs.
Devonye Mullins, Director of Pantry Operations
Devonye is a Curriculum Facilitator for Millard Public Schools, a mother of 3 and grandmother of 6. She first became involved with LIFEhouse Partnership as a member of Westwood Church because of God’s call to love serve others with dignity.
She feels called to this ministry because she believes that walking along people by providing one of life’s basic needs is vital to build God’s Kingdom. By living out our call we honor God and others in the process.
Amy Salerno, Director of Development
Amy is a speech language pathologist, a wife, a mother, and a member of Prairie Lane Church. When she heard rumors that a community service project was in the works, she immediately knew she wanted to be a part of it.
She feels called to this ministry because she believes strongly in volunteerism and wants her children to see how regular people can make a difference in the lives of those in extraordinary circumstances.
Sue Johnson, Director of Diaper Bank Operations & Volunteer Services
Sue is a reading specialist for the Millard Public Schools. She is also the wife of Steve and mother of 2 boys, Nathan and Ben. She first became involved with LIFEhouse Partnership through her membership with Westwood Church.
Pastor Dan Steen, Clergy Advisor
Dan is Pastor at Prairie Lane Church since 2005. He is married and has 3 children. He worked with Pastor Scott at Westwood Church on a partnership between the churches to get LIFEhouse started. Pastor Dan serves as a clergy advisor on the board.
He has felt called to this work because the Christian church absolutely must address local social justice issues, and must proclaim the gospel in word and deed.