Fraternal Outreach Team
Introducing your Fraternal Outreach Team
Michael Cesario, Team Leader - Member Outreach, has an extensive background in service trips as well as a strong understanding of data and project management. Leading the charge for the Mission Trips and Alternative Breaks, Michael has an ear to ground for all new and interesting ways we can grow opportunities for our members to get involved. He credits his alternative break experiences in school with impacting his life so strongly that he wants to bring that same experience to others. Additionally, Michael lends his support to Feeding God’s Children and Spirituality Tap-in, never shying away from a chance to travel and meet our members face to face to collaborate with them on planning meaningful events. Michael often reflects fondly on his first COF Alternative Break - the 2019 Houston trip - and all the members who joined us there.
Alma mater: Illinois State University (undergrad) and Saint Xavier University (MBA)
Enjoys volunteering at: Jerusalem Farm in Kansas City, Mo.
Call or text: 331-229-5612 | Email Michael
Kimberly T. Johnson, Member Outreach Coordinator, is the newest addition to our Fraternal Outreach team. She has expertise in making meaningful connections using social media. What excites Kimberly the most is being able to grow with an organization that is making a difference in local communities across the country. Kimberly is looking forward to implementing new ideas for our programs and dive headfirst into her new work. She is excited to be a part of the Fraternal Outreach team and is ready to build connections with our agents and members.
Alma mater: Illinois State University
Enjoys volunteering at: Local animal shelters
Call or text: 331-229-5655 | Email Kimberly
Fraternal Outreach Workshop
Do you want to host an outreach event in your community? Do you have an idea for an event, but you aren't sure how to bring it to life? The Fraternal Outreach Team will host a workshop in your area to generate ideas for a Feeding God's Children event, choose one of those ideas, set an event date and identify the best ways to promote the event! Ideally, these take place in the evening on a weekday. Attendees are people, of any age, who are active in the community and want to make a difference! A small group of approximately three to seven people works well.