Mary Ashley

Donor Relations Coordinator / Development

Mary Ashley serves as a Donor Relations Coordinator for CURE International. In this role, she cultivates relationships and stewards the donors that God has entrusted to CURE. Before joining the CURE team, Mary worked at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as a Campaign Manager for an event called Light the Night. In addition, she was the Donor Relations Manager at Lifewater International.

Mary has a Bachelor’s in Business Management and Entertainment Management from the University of Montana and a Master’s degree in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management from Norwich University. She is currently pursuing a graduate certificate in Applied Theology from the Reformed Theological Seminary. Mary joined CURE because she is passionate about the mission to heal the sick and proclaim the kingdom of God by meeting both the immediate and eternal needs of children throughout the world. She was ecstatic at the opportunity to pair her experience in donor relations with this incredible mission.

When not working, Mary loves to lead worship at her local church, hike with her dog, trail run, and play the piano.

Gary Bellig

Gary Bellig

Stewardship Advisor / Development

Gary serves CURE as a Stewardship Advisor and has spent the majority of the past 15 years working with indigenous Christian nationals around the world, assisting them in the development and management of evangelistic, church planting, relief, and aid projects. […]

Jeff Jackson

Stewardship Advisor / Development

Jeff Jackson joined CURE International in 2012 and serves as a Stewardship Advisor. It’s his joy to help build and maintain relationships with friends, families, and foundations who are partnering with the ministry of CURE.

Jeff and his wife Elizabeth were connected to CURE when their fourth child was born with hydrocephalus in 2011. The ministry’s work in Uganda […]

Laura Liechty

Donor Engagement Associate / Development

Laura serves as the Donor Engagement Associate at CURE where she helps answer donors’ questions about giving, processes donations and works to keep databases updated. She makes it her goal that with each interaction, people understand how much we appreciate their generosity and support for CURE’s mission. It’s amazing how many kids we can heal when we all work together! She earned her Bachelor of Science in Developmental Economics/Systems from Taylor University in Upland, IN, and she is excited to work at a job where she gets to fulfill her passion for helping people in vulnerable situations.

As a tea enthusiast, Laura enjoys planning extravagant tea parties for friends and family in her free time, along with dancing West Coast Swing, running half marathons, and sewing her own clothes.

Collin Olsson

Donor Engagement Associate / Development

Collin serves as a Donor Engagement Associate at CURE International. In this role, he is in contact with our donor friends, thanking them, and making sure they know how important they are to our mission, healing the sick and proclaiming the kingdom of God. Collin graduated from Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, MI with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Business Management and Marketing. Before joining CURE, he worked in customer service and retail sales management at a regional furniture store.

Collin is excited to be at CURE because it is “a perfect meeting point of my faith and my God-given talents, and working to expand the kingdom and bring hope and healing to underserved communities.” When not working, he enjoys listening to audiobooks, running, cooking, and trying new restaurants with his wife Cori.

Andrew Orr

Stewardship Advisor / Development

Andrew Orr serves CURE International as a Stewardship Advisor. He previously worked for 11 years at a nationwide sales organization in Columbus, OH. As a result of step of faith in 2014, the Lord provided an opportunity to serve as Director of Advancement at International Aid in west Michigan. Andrew’s purpose, in part, is to cultivate and steward the donors God has entrusted to CURE. It is an honor and true blessing to minister alongside the CURE team. […]

Katelyn Parker

Donor Relations Coordinator / Development

Katelyn serves as a Donor Relations Coordinator for CURE International. In this role, she engages donors through outreach and communication.  Previously, she was the Director of Program Development at Compassionate Heart Ministries in Zeeland, MI, and worked in various roles that helped persons with disabilities develop vocational, educational, and social skills. She graduated from Spring Arbor University with a Bachelors’s degree in Social Work.

Katelyn loves building relationships with people and getting to know their passions. I believe we are all called to community, and Donor Relations is a beautiful way to cultivate a community of people from all different backgrounds and life experiences for a common purpose. I think CURE’s two-fold mission is an amazing representation of what it looks like to be the hands and feet of Jesus today.

When Katelyn is not working, she enjoys hiking, boating, and traveling with my friends.



Dayne Robinson

Dayne Robinson

Donor Engagement Coordinator / Development

Dayne Robinson serves as the Donor Engagement Coordinator for CURE International. In this role, he works to keep those who support CURE connected to our mission. Dayne also leads our donor support team that answers calls and emails with questions about giving.

Originally from the UK, Dayne has a decade of experience in fundraising and non-profit management and has worked with a wide array of charities to help them reach their marketing and fundraising goals.

In his spare time, Dayne plays and coaches soccer, travels as frequently as possible, and is always searching for the next independent coffee shop to visit with his wife, Jacqui.

Olivia Volkmann

Special Assistant to the President & CEO / Development

Olivia Volkmann serves as our Strategic Development Coordinator/Executive Assistant. She provides development and donor support for the team to raise funds to operate CURE’s hospitals and programs through a variety of audiences and activities. […]