The CRí team is comprised of men and women that have graciously given of their time and experience to serve the cause.

Sean Malone | Founder and Director

While involved in the motion pictures industry in New York, Sean found a front row seat at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks where he provided lighting for the search and rescue operations. This is where the seeds for being involved in crisis response work were planted. In 2007 he officially launched Crisis Response International, and since then have trained thousands of responders to reach the Harvest in the midst of crisis.

Karen Wyatt | Partner Development/ CRí Ambassador

Karen has a heart to carry His Presence into crisis situations especially in international settings. She is a certified chaplain with IAOCC. Karen has owned several businesses and has extensive experience in the marketplace and sales. She has been in 15 nations and served in Haiti immediately following the earthquake. She’s also had the honor to serve in Kurdistan at the House of Hope. Karen is the proud Mother of 3 children and of 9 grandchildren.

 

Mike Wyatt | Deployment Director

Mike Wyatt is a retired US Army Medical Service Corps Officer. He served in Iraq in a MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) as the Deputy Commander. In recent years he deployed to Haiti and Nepal immediately following the earthquakes. His years in the military, YWAM and as an executive in a local ministry has positioned him perfectly to serve the area of deployment for CRí. Mike also has a passion for establishing a “Place of Refuge” in his local community.

Glenn Rodriguez, PhD | CRí Academy

Glenn brings 13 years of academic excellence combined with 33 years of industry experience and a renewed passion for Christ to offer a fresh and unique perspective to online learning for CRí . He earned his PhD from the University of Louisville while teaching at McKendree University, and went on to become Dean of McKendree’s Louisville and Radcliff, KY Campuses for 7 years. Now retired, he continues teaching and consulting, in areas of public and industrial safety and health as well as many volunteer opportunities.

Mary Leonard | Chaplaincy Director

Mary has been with CRí since the beginning, and she was one of the first Certified CRí Chaplains. She is a gifted teacher and encourager who has an urgency to see the Body of Christ equipped to minister in crisis, and expects a great harvest of souls in the context of crisis. Mary is an ordained minister, a police chaplain, a licensed massage therapist and has extensive experience ministering in personal and mass crisis. She and her husband Bob reside in Kansas City, where he is on staff with IHOPKC, and they have two grown children.

 


Board of Directors

Sean Malone | Chairman

While involved in the motion pictures industry in New York, Sean found a front row seat at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks where he provided lighting for the search and rescue operations. This is where the seeds for being involved in crisis response work were planted. In 2007 he officially launched Crisis Response International, and since then have trained thousands of responders to reach the Harvest in the midst of crisis.

Karen Wyatt | Secretary

Karen has a heart to carry His Presence into crisis situations especially in international settings. She is a certified chaplain with IAOCC. Karen has owned several businesses and has extensive experience in the marketplace and sales. She has been in 15 nations and served in Haiti immediately following the earthquake. She’s also had the honor to serve in Kurdistan at the House of Hope. Karen is the proud Mother of 3 children and of 9 grandchildren.

Chuck Aldredge | Treasurer

Chuck is currently the Director of Safeway & Albertson’s Global Sourcing efforts. Along with his wife Jodi, Chuck has lead worship in several California churches representing several denominations with primary focus at their home fellowship, Community Presbyterian Church in Danville, California. During this time Chuck served as Director of Men’s Ministries and is a trained Stephen Minister. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Danville Community Band and is a member of a men’s gospel quartet.

 

 

 

Laura Malone | Board Member

Laura’s journey with Crisis Response International began alongside her husband, Sean, in their Kansas City home. She has witnessed the idea grow into a world-wide organization that has trained thousands of Responders, and reached tens of thousands of people in crisis. She has a passion for worship and has seen first-hand how worship changes the atmosphere for the better. She is a fixture and CRí training events and loves to see new Responders catch the vision of CRí. Laura lives in North Carolina with Sean and their children.