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Scott Sasser

Founder and President

Scott Sasser, MD and family recently relocated to Greenville SC for Scott to accept the position of Professor and Chair Department of Emergency Medicine, Greenville Health System and University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville. He moved from Atlanta where he spent 12 years at Emory University where his primary focus was on the development of sustainable trauma care and emergency medical systems in low and middle income countries; he has lived and worked extensively in healthcare in the Middle East, Africa, and Eastern Europe. Dr. Sasser directed the global health efforts for the Department of Emergency Medicine and was the recipient of funding from the National Institutes of Health and United States Agency for International Development for his work in Africa and the former Soviet Union. Dr. Sasser served as a consultant for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and worked regularly with the World Health Organization, academic institutions, and other nongovernmental organizations. Scott is married to Kelli, and together they have four wonderful children, Christopher, Anna Grace, Jackson, and Sophia.

Kelli Sasser

Founder and Director of Operations

Kelli has first hand experience of cross-cultural work. She completed secondary school in Kenya before returning to the US to attend Auburn University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in 1990. After a stint in world of communications consulting, she returned to school and received her Master’s degree from the University of New Orleans in 1993. She has extensive experience in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, and has lived in the Czech Republic, Kenya, and the United Arab Emirates. Kelli is a founding member of One Hundred Days, and has been instrumental in our marketing, creative design, and organizational development.

Lisa and Marlon Brown

Board of Directors

Marlon and Lisa Brown live in Howard County, Maryland with their three sons. Marlon is an executive in the financial services industry with 20 years of investment management experience. Lisa is a professional counselor/life coach and founder of Ascend Counseling Services. Marlon and Lisa have both traveled to Rwanda and become personally involved with the work of the Good Shepherd Community Church.

Susan and David Pence

Board of Directors

David is the Creative Director for Video Production at Gilbert Creative – the in-house vendor to The Coca-Cola Company He oversees projects from idea to finished media. His production responsibilities with Gilbert, as well as prior to joining the company, have taken David to almost all of the 48 contiguous states, Puerto Rico and 14 foreign countries. David earned a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism & Speech at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Susan and David met over 20 years ago in their church singles class. They have 3 girls; Anna, Mary Drayton, and Lily.

Jim and Linda Cox

Missions and Board of Directors

Jim and Linda spent 36 years in full-time ministry serving in Europe, Africa and the United States. For over 25 years, they served with Campus Crusade for Christ working with students and business leaders across the globe. In 1996, they left Campus Crusade to form Coram Deo Ministries which allowed them to work among the urban poor in Birmingham, Alabama. In 2005, they moved to Atlanta, GA to focus their efforts helping One Hundred Days. Jim oversees various operational tasks and focuses on developing mission-related partnerships. Linda contributes through creating children's programs that can be used to teach students in the US, by heading up our communications and working with Jim on Donor Relations. She has also used her writing skills to write a children’s book based on the lives of Simon and Kedress Nziramakenga.

Steve and Lee Bradley

Board of Directors

Steve has served for over 20 years as a business, technology, and strategic clarity consultant, working with both large and small businesses, as well as with churches and non-profit organizations. His education includes a PhD and MDIVBL from Southwestern Seminary, as well as a BA from Georgia State University. Lee also has an MDIVBL from Southwestern, and a BA from Georgia State. She and Steve met while in college, and they now have 3 children, Will, Olivia, and Kate.

Gad Nziramakenga

Board of Directors

Gad is originally from Rwanda, where his parents, Simon and Kedress Nziramakenga, lead the Good Shepherd Community Church. He grew up in Nairobi, Kenya, before moving to the US where he attended Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma City. He received his BA in Systems Networking Management in 2001, and his graduate degree at Southern Polytechnic University in Business Management in 2009. He is currently working and living in Columbia, SC but has plans to return to Rwanda to help his father to fulfill his mission.

Peter Witherell

Board of Directors

Peter is the Planned Giving Director of the Southern Territorial Headquarters of the Salvation Army. Peter and his wife Kathy live in Norcross, GA with their two children.

Eveie and Charles DeWitt

Board of Directors

Simon and Kedress Nziramakenga

Good Shepherd Community Church, Kigali, Rwanda

Simon and Kedress Nziramakenga fled Rwanda to become refugees at a very young age because of the tension and sporadic violence in Rwanda, the very same tensions that culminated in the 1994 genocide. During their exile in Kenya, Simon received a degree from the East African School of Theology and he and Kedress, despite the difficult circumstances in their personal lives, reached out to other refugees, and became an essential part of Life Ministry in Nairobi. After losing numerous family members in the 1994 genocide, Simon and Kedress returned to Rwanda with a passionate heart to heal and restore their homeland and founded the Good Shepherd Community Church. Today, Simon is the lead pastor of Good Shepherd Community Church in Rwanda, supervising fourteen churches that he, and some young men he mentored, founded. Simon and Kedress have four grown children currently living in the US; however, they are not "empty nesters" as they have eight orphaned survivors living in their home in Kigali.

Steve W. Munro, Board of Directors

December 18, 1955-February 19, 2010

Steve and Kelly Munro were an instrumental part in the founding of One Hundred Days. Kelly introduced her husband to the Sasser’s through a neighborhood relationship with Kelli Sasser. Steve became the designing architect of the Good Shepherd Hospital for Children and served as a key board member for One Hundred Days. On February 19, 2010, Steve suffered a fatal heart attack while biking with friends. Steve’s legacy lives on not only in the lives of his family and friends, but also in the walls of the Good Shepherd Hospital for Children.

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