For employees who work 30 hours per week or more, MOPS offers medical, dental and vision insurance for you and your dependents, along with a FSA (flexible spending account). MOPS covers the cost of short-term disability insurance for all employees who work 24 hours per week or more, and has a generous retirement plan for all employees who work 20 hours per week or more. We are a family friendly organization who strongly encourages a work/life balance and generously offers every employee three weeks of PTO (paid time off), in addition to 12 holidays throughout the year. We encourage your faith journey by praying together as a staff weekly, and offer one paid Spiritual Retreat Day a year.
Sherri Crandall is the Vice President of Global Ministries and Leadership Experience. Prior to being on staff with MOPS, she was the Director of Women’s Ministry at Mission Hills Church in Denver, Colorado for 10 years. She has also been a MOPS volunteer for the past 23 years.
Sherri is also a blogger and speaker for women’s events across the country and internationally, encouraging women to live life to the fullest. She loves to garden, read historical fiction, play tennis and most of all hang out with her family and friends, especially in the Rocky Mountains.
Sherri lives in Highlands Ranch, Colorado with her husband, Rusty, their four kids and two dogs.
Deidre Hamilton is the Director of Development and is passionate about stewarding donor generosity to enrich and empower moms around the world. She has worked in nonprofit programming and development over the past 10 years and holds a master’s degree from the University of Denver in Philanthropic Leadership and Nonprofit Management and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana.
Outside of work, Deidre’s perfect day involves running on a trail, drinking a latte with her husband, and playing hide-and-seek with her son.
As a poet, speaker, journalist, and event host, Amena Brown’s words excite, ignite and inspire. Whether in front of audiences as intimate as 50 or as sprawling as 20,000, she has something to say that matters. Amena’s debut book release, Breaking Old Rhythms: Answering the Call of a Creative God, explores how experiences such as deejaying, learning to dance, having a broken heart, and practicing the rules of improv can teach us about our life’s rhythm and how we can better tune our ears and lives to the rhythm of God. As a part of a generation that is searching for the real and the genuine in an age of constant carbon copy, this nonconformist lends her voice to finding inspiration, truth, and purpose and encourages those she encounters to do the same.
MOPS International is a member of the ECFA and a 501(c)3 nonprofit ministry. The tax ID number (also known as Employee Identification Number or EIN) is 84-0925251. Contributions to MOPS International are tax deductable to the extent allowed by IRS guidelines. Consult your tax professional for advice.