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Board of Directors

U.S. Board of Directors

U.S. Board of Directors

Aaron Farmer, Board Chair
Architect, OMNIPLAN
Dallas, TX

Mr. Aaron Farmer is an architect with OMNIPLAN in Dallas, Texas. Aaron’s professional work is focused on programming, planning and design for the arts, education, civic and community services and worship. Several of his projects have received design awards. Aaron obtained his Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1980, where he served on the Alumni Association Board for nine years, and one term as President. He has practiced as an architect in Dallas since 1980. Aaron married Carolyn in 1991. Though originally from Chicago, Carolyn is a Baylor University graduate, and a long time employee of Doctor’s Hospital at White Rock Lake, serving as House Supervisor and more recently as Charge Nurse for the Day Surgery Center. Aaron and Carolyn share life long interest in music, and both have been life long choir members. Aaron and Carolyn are members at Northwest Bible Church, where he served as a hand bell director for almost fifteen years, as choir director for two years, and is currently a bible class teacher. In addition to music, both love to cook-Carolyn has worked professionally in catering and cake baking. Both love to travel and Aaron loves to spend hours in the garden.

Mr. Farmer became Board Chair in April, 2017.


Nadine Bracy Nadine Bracy
Licensed Professional Counselor
Dallas, Texas

Nadine and her husband Carl have three young adult children. Her interest in Spanish and the Spanish-speaking culture has been a thread the Lord has woven consistently throughout the past 40 years of her life.

Professionally, Nadine holds a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and recently completed her internship as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Nadine sees counseling as a sacred trust whereby she walks with others through difficult circumstances and assists them in their journey towards experiencing a more abundant life (John 10:10).

Nadine joined Camino’s Board in 2015.

Louis Cole Louis Cole, Board Vice Chair
Attourney at Law, Louis I. Cole, P.C.
Contact Info

Louis Cole attended Baylor University and graduated from the Baylor School of Law. His practice is focused in the areas of business law and commercial real estate, helping business owners, executives and investors take advantage of business opportunities. Additionally, he advises, represents and provides legal services relating to most aspects of commercial real estate. Louis met his wife, Pam at Baylor University and they married in 1972.  Although she was homemaker and mother to our three children for many years, she has worked as Administrator for the Hendricks Center for Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary for the last 17 years, where she is also working on a Master’s degree. Louis and Pam are long-time members of First Baptist Dallas and members of the choir. They are blessed grandparents of nine wonderful grandchildren.

Gary Coppinger, Board Treasurer
President, Edwin L. Cox Company
Mesquite, TX

Mr. Gary Coppinger is President of Edwin L. Cox Company, a private investment firm where he has been employed in various capacities since 1982. Gary graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting and also earned a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Finance. Gary obtained his Certified Public Accounting certificate from the State of Texas in 1982. Gary has been married to Dionne since 1979 and they have two adult children and one child who will be starting college in the fall of 2011. Dionne earned an electrical engineering degree and now teaches science at the Cambridge School of Dallas. Gary and Dionne are chartered members of Lake Ridge Bible Church and have worshiped there since its inception in 1985. Gary enjoys exercise, travel and golf.

Warren Davie, Owner
Davie Shoring
New Orleans, LA

Mr. Warren Davie joined the Camino Board in 2015.

Sharon Geiger
Assistant General Manager, Outreach Director, KCBI Radio
Dallas, TX

Sharon Geiger is excited about God’s work through Camino Global and is pleased to serve on its board. Sharon is a Christian radio executive. As Assistant General Manager and Outreach Director at KCBI Radio in Dallas, she oversees the KCBI Radio Network, which broadcasts in Texas and Oklahoma, and manages programming relationships. She has directed relief efforts for victims of the West, Texas, explosion, and has overseen other local outreach efforts. She previously served as Program Director and Senior News Director at KCBI. Sharon has traveled widely. She has trained Christian broadcasters in Romania and Nigeria. She has also covered stories locally, nationally and in countries including Brazil, India, Israel, Russia and Bolivia. Sharon is a graduate of Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska. She and her husband, Don, live in Dallas and are charter members of Redeemer Bible Church.

Hanna Ko
Dallas, TX

Mrs. Hanna Ko joined the Camino Board in February 2017.

Canada Board of Directors

Canada Board of Directors

Marvin Srigley, Board Chair
General Motors, Retired
St. Catharines, Ontario

A retired machinist with General Motors, Marvin was on the CAM Canada board from 1999-2005. He rejoined the board in 2008 and became board chair in July 2010. His connection to Camino Global (then CAM Canada) came through a short term mission trip to El Salvador in 1994. God changed many of Marvin's ideals through that trip, and since then he has visited Peru, Bolivia, Guatemala and Cuba. His passion to support and serve globally is creatively funded by a busy roof installation business throughout the summer. Marvin and his wife Debby enjoy cycling together.

Read "Raising the Roof for Missions", an article in the March/April 2011 issue ofFaith Today, featuring Marv's recent construction ministry in Kenya.

Rev. Charles McCordic
Director of Global Ministries, Heritage College & Seminary and Emmanuel Bible College
Cambridge/Kitchener, Ontario

An Africa MK, Charlie married an MK from Brazil and together they served in Chad for 15 years in pastoral training and field leadership. Charlie holds an MA in Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College Graduate School. Since 2001 he has been serving as a missions professor, speaker, trainer and coach with a deep burden for teaching and mentoring the next generation of global Kingdom workers. Charlie joined the Camino Canada Board in June 2013, eager to be part of a “legacy” mission transitioning to Barnabas-type international partnerships, investing experience and resources to encourage, train, enable and work alongside those from places that not long ago were considered simply “mission fields.” Charlie is excited about Camino Global’s new and vibrant “from everywhere to everywhere” vision.

Rev. Fernando Ocampo, Treasurer
Senior Pastor, Igelsia Bautista Betel
Toronto, Ontario

Born in Nicaragua, Fernando moved to Canada as a teenager, so he is fluent in both English and Spanish. He graduated from Seminario Teológico Bautista Internacional in Cali, Colombia with a Bachelors in Theology. During his four years in seminary, he and his wife Adriana helped plant a church in Cali's suburbs and traveled to various Colombian cities to conduct outreach events and train churches in evangelism, mission and discipleship. In 1999 they returned to Canada as Associate Pastor at Iglesia Bautista Betel, and in 2001 was appointed senior pastor. Fernando's passion is to see people come to know Jesus, to disciple them and to actively get God's people involved in supporting God's mission locally and globally.

Sergio Parras
Senior Pastor, Igelsia Fraternidad Cristiana
Hamilton, Ontario

Rev. Sergio Parras was elected to the board in 2008. After several years away from board service, he rejoined the board in 2017. He is a Senior Pastor at Iglesia Fraternidad Cristiana in Hamilton, Ontario. In his youth and young adult years, Sergio actively served in his home church, Iglesia Nazaret, in San Salvador as a Sunday School Teacher, a junior high counsellor and leader. In 1976, he was a part of the National Christian Youth Committee of El Salvador, which was part of the Central American Mission churches, serving as a board member and leader. It was in 1983 that Sergio felt a calling on his life from the Lord to serve with his wife in Canada as a Hispanic church planter. Sergio and Vilma have four adult children, Sara, Samuel, Noemi and Jennifer. All four children are actively serving at church as worship leaders and as youth leaders. One of their daughters, Noemi has a call to serve the Lord in missions.

Board of Reference

Board of Reference

The Camino Global Board of Reference shares knowledgeexperience and reputation to lend credibility to Camino Global through personal spheres of influence and through the organization(s) they represent. By accessing personal and professional networks where creative interactions may increase visibility or advocacy for Camino Global, members of the Board of Reference take initiative to assist Camino Global in expanding its sphere of influence in the following ways:

  • Lend credibility to Camino Global by encouraging accountability.
  • Assist in increasing the national visibility of Camino Global.
  • Develop advocacy networks across Canada.
Jean Barsness

Dr. (Aileen) Jean Barsness was born into a Bible-believing home and trusted Christ at age 15 when she began the process of learning the principles and practices of discipleship. As a young single adult, God directed her steps to Gospel Missionary Union and Panama. During her first home assignment, Aileen met Gil Reimer, a high-school teacher in Manitoba and married before they returned to Panama together where they came to know a number of Camino missionaries. Blessed with two children, life was enriched with ministries in church planting, Theological Education by Extension, teaching at Bethel Seminary and providing hospitality in the guesthouse. On February 11, 1974 Jean’s husband mysteriously disappeared. A search later revealed his mutilated body on the banks of the Panama Canal. After 19 years of ministry in Panama, God directed the family to Ecuador and then back to Canada where Jean taught at Briercrest Bible College and continued her education, completing an MA in Missions and a Doctor of Missiology degree. Following five years of widowhood, Jean married Alton Barsness and has been blessed with a blended family of five children, eleven grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. Jean has served in various capacities with AVANT, SEND and co-founded CrossTraining Global. She continues to speak at global conferences, women’s retreats, and teaches missions at Millar College of the Bible, while serving on her church missions committee in Calgary, Alberta.

Jon Lewis

Dr. Jonatán P. Lewis was born in Argentina of missionary parents. He and his wife, Dawn, have four grown children. Jon and Dawn have spent much of their marriage serving together in Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Canada and the USA where they have focused on developing ministry training programs and materials. A major portion of their time has been dedicated to founding and working with the Centre for Cross-Cultural Ministry Training in Cordoba, Argentina — a centre dedicated to training missionary candidates. They have prepared and published several basic courses on missions in Spanish and English, including World Mission, Working Your Way to the Nations, and Integral Ministry Training Design and Evaluation. Jon graciously shared Misión Mundial materials to teach Spanish leaders in Toronto and Cuba in 2011. Jon worked for the World Evangelical Alliance for 20 years and founded, a ministry focused on helping Latin Americans missionaries along an international “pathway” to service among the unreached peoples of the world. Jon and Dawn divide time at home between Argentina and the USA.

Galo Vásquez

Galo Vásquez is originally from Quito, Ecuador.  He has served the Lord in Latin America for over 30 years with his wife, Joanne Prince, and their children.  Galo was a member of the Luis Palau Team, Area Director for OC Ministries and Executive Director for Latin America for the International Bible Society.  He also served as the President of CONELA (Confraternity of Christian Evangelicals in Latin America) and is the founder of VELA Ministries (Vision for the Evangelization of Latin America) which is based in Mexico City.  He is now serving as the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s Director for Latin American Ministries. Galo served for a term on the CAM International of Canada (now Camino Global) Board of Directors. 

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