Greg Forney

Head of Advancement / Marketing

Greg serves as the Head of Advancement for CURE International. In this role, he is responsible for managing and planning efforts in marketing, communications, and development. Greg has more than 15 years of faith-based nonprofit development experience and has worked at Langham Partnership and Food for the Hungry.

Greg’s passion is to use his abilities to bring hope in Christ to those in need. He considers it an honor to play a role in bringing hope and transformation for children with disabilities around the world.

Greg and his wife Kara have two children and live in Phoenix, Arizona. When he is not working or spending time with his family, he has a love-hate relationship with golf, enjoys songwriting, yard work, and loves watching movies in theatres.

Brant Hansen

CURE Advocate/Radio Presenter / Marketing

Brant Hansen serves as a radio host and speaker for CURE International. Brant partnered with CURE a number of times as a radio personality doing on-air campaigns to raise money and awareness for the organization before formally joining CURE in 2014.

Brant’s also the author of UnoffendableBlessed are the Misfits, and his newest book (April 2020) is The Truth About Us.

Brant lives in Florida with his wife, Carolyn.

Learn more about The Brant Hansen Show presented by CURE International.

Stacey Korecki

Stacey Korecki

Writer / Marketing

Stacey serves as a Writer for CURE International. In this role, she writes and edits content for marketing communication pieces. She joined the CURE team in November 2019 and feels blessed to be working for an authentic, change producing organization that is Christ-centered.  Previously, she worked in Fund Development at Lakeshore Habitat for Humanity and focused on developing marketing communications materials, managing donor events, maintaining the Salesforce database, and creating content for social media platforms.  Stacey obtained her Business Marketing and Literature degree from Indiana University, Bloomington.

Stacey lives in West Michigan with her husband Steve and three children.  When not attending her children’s sporting events or choir concerts, she likes to spend time on photography, hiking and exploring, playing tennis, and trying new restaurants.

Bridget Sheriff

Events Manager / Marketing

Bridget serves as an Events Manager for CURE International. In this role, she supports the CURE network with planning and coordinating events related to fundraising and spreading awareness about the kids we serve. Bridget is a native to PA and joined the CURE family in 2015. Since starting with CURE, she has served in many different roles until finding her current place in Events and is grateful to have a position where she can utilize the skills and talents in which God has blessed her. When not organizing events, Bridget enjoys fresh-pressed juices, laying horizontal in the sun, worship music, Chik-Fil-A nuggets, and visits to PA to see her people!

Debbie Stowell

Director of Communications / Marketing

Debbie serves as the Director of Communications at CURE International. In this role, she is responsible for the direction of the CUREkids Storyteller program, sets the strategy, and oversees the implementation of internal and external communication for the organization. Debbie joined CURE in 2014 and loves the opportunity to build bridges that connect co-workers, partners, and donors to the mission and ministry work of CURE. She brings nearly a decade of experience in non-profit work and holds a bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College in Communications.

Debbie lives in West Michigan with her husband Matt and three almost adult children. When not attending volleyball and soccer games, she likes to spend time hiking and traveling with her family.

Joel Witwer

Lead Storyteller / Ethiopia, Marketing

Joel serves as Lead Storyteller for CURE International. He is currently based in Ethiopia after having previously served at our hospitals in both Zambia (2013 – 2014) and Niger (2016 – 2020). In his own words, he describes his job as “mostly hanging out with kids and taking the occasional photo. Really, I just love these kids and work to translate this love into images and text so CURE donors can fall in love with them as well!”