Jonathan and Shelly Foley, Directors
Jonathan and Shelly Foley are dynamic leaders in our community today. For the last 15 years their lives have been committed to their families, their church, and their communities by receiving extensive training and having direct involvement in business, as well as in church leadership. Their hearts are to see the millennial and young adult generations rise to positions of responsibility, stability, and strength through a strong understanding of God, His church, and their identity with Him.
An important part of Shelly’s heart is a desire to advance high moral standards and bring spiritual impact to the business arena. For 13 years she has operated a successful financial consulting business and then transitioned into the corporate finance world in 2012 where she continues to function today. An important part of Shelly’s heart is to see God be involved in the business arena to augment high moral standards and powerful spiritual impact in that arena. Further, she has consistently served in ministry at some capacity for 17 years and has received ministry training through much of that time. Her role as a mother of two has been tremendous and she continues to provide financial, emotional, and spiritual support to her family.
Jonathan has built his life in hope to serve God by giving all he has to following His plan and purpose. That journey has included both biblical training within the church and secular training in economics and public administration within the California State University system. Having achieved a BA, Economics at CSU Stanislaus, an MA, Public Administration with Nonprofit Emphasis, and a Word of Life Ministers appointment Jonathan uses his skills to propel individuals to rise above challenges and obtain success in the will of God.
As a father and mother of two boys, Jonathan and Shelly model how a joyful and loving family is possible. Together they share a testimony of learning how to live an impactful and balanced life with family, work, and ministry. By embracing their relationship with God, they have walked through many challenges and some difficult losses. This gives them a unique ability to embrace the next generation with God’s love, and impart to them the way to live a fulfilling and complete life.