With over 40 years of ministry and development experience, Debbie Brink has served SAT-7 in a variety of roles since 2001. During her tenure at SAT-7, she founded Women for Middle East HOPE, an initiative that reaches across borders and connects hearts and hands with the serious spiritual and practical needs of Middle Eastern and North African women. She is the author of HOPE for the Hopeless study guide for women to understand the difficulties women face in the Middle East and North Africa. Debbie focuses on development with foundations and individual donors.
Before joining SAT-7, she served as vice president of ministry advancement at Far East Broadcasting Company, regional director of advancement for Prison Fellowship Ministries, and director of development stewardship at Fuller Theological Seminary. She also served 12 years with Campus Crusade for Christ.
Debbie holds a B.A. in business management from Slippery Rock University. She also completed a certificate program at the Institute of Biblical Studies and received certification in fundraising from the University of California, Irvine. Debbie lives with her two cocker spaniels in Easton, MD. She is also a member of Eastpoint Church.