President and CEO
One family can make all the difference, and Bob Bruder-Mattson is living proof.
An amazing Christian family decided to adopt him as a baby from foster care, and he believes their decision changed everything for him. That might be part of the reason why he has so much love for our foster families and support team.
When he’s not leading day-to-day operations here, you might find Bob trying to snag a few prize fish (His favorite is salt water fishing!) or adding to his antique map collection. He also loves to serve at his church, Stonecreek Church. Originally from Minnesota, he and his wife Sue have three grown daughters — Katie, Emily, and Maddie — and two toy poodles, Bella and Lucie.
Jessi Esterling, LCSW
Vice President of Foster Care Operations
Jessi wasn’t very old when she discovered she had a heart for missions.
What she didn’t realize back then: you don’t always need to leave home to find your mission field. And now, after more than 15 years in social work, she loves being able to share the mission field that’s come to mean so much to her.
When she’s not in the office, Jessi loves to head outside — hiking, gardening, swimming, or watching her boys play baseball. She also enjoys settling in with a good book. She and her husband Zach have four children, two adopted through foster care.
Beth Vinyard, MPA
Director of Foster Home Development
You might be surprised to find out Beth served more than a decade in the military, commanding units with the Army National Guard.
She’s not wearing camo today, but Beth’s still a leader here at FaithBridge, directing our home study team. Having worked in child welfare since the 1990s, Beth has learned that faith in God is key when it comes to foster care.
Now settled in the Atlanta area, Beth has lived all over the U.S. and in Italy, but she still loves to roam. She attends Mt. View Methodist Church and is an active member of the East Cobb chapter of the National Charity League. She and her husband Wes have three children: Jordan, John and Garrett.
Kris Isom, MSW
Director of Quality and Compliance
Growing up, Kris spent five years in foster care and knows first-hand what it means to have social workers who really care for you. These amazing social workers inspired her help other children — a job she’s been doing for 15 years. Foster care isn’t easy, she says, but families with a passion to help fill a great gap in a child’s life.
Don’t talk any smack about the Oregon Ducks while Kris is around! She’s a huge Ducks fan. And when she’s not catching up with her favorite football team, she likes writing poetry and listening to music. She’s also working on a book about her life. Kris lives in the Atlanta area with her husband and dog Enzo.
Anna Crumbliss, MSW
Area Managing Director
Every team needs good coaches, and Anna is one of those coaches.
She leads a team of FaithBridge foster family consultants and ensures that our foster families and church partners receive the best possible care. Anna joined FaithBridge in 2013 and has been an area managing director since 2015.
Originally from St. Simons Island, Anna moved to Atlanta in 2008 and attends North Avenue Presbyterian Church where she volunteers with the youth group and participates in mission trips. When she’s not spending time with family and friends, she loves grabbing snapshots.
Area Managing Director
Nakia has used her love for children and created some exciting career experiences. From working as a case manager/supervisor with DFCS to joining our team at FaithBridge, Nakia truly has a heart for children believing they are a gift from God.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Nakia and her son Victor live in Gwinnett County. Nakia attends Kairos Empowerment Church where she is a member of the praise team and director of the Children’s Choir. In her spare time, Nakia enjoys cooking and relaxing activities with family and friends.
Director of Training
Want to grow your faith in some amazing new ways? Katrina Campbell can tell you: foster care is one of the best ways to do it.
Katrina doesn’t just know this because of her job; she knows this because she and her husband have been a foster family since 2010. Since 2009, she’s also been manager of our foundations and advanced foster family trainings; Katrina also oversees training teams.
She and her husband Chuck are very active members at Liberty Church, one of our. They have two grown children and a pretty busy schedule, but when she can, she loves to make time for outdoor adventures, too.
Director of Community of Care
Churches can make a big difference in the life of a child. That’s the message Chuck Campbell loves to share as manager of church recruitment and relations.
An active member of Liberty Church’s pastoral team, he’s been serving his Marietta church for over 20 years in the youth and children’s ministries. He and his wife Katrina have two grown children, but they also foster and provide respite for foster children. When he’s not working, he heads for the Great Outdoors, doing mountain biking, kayaking, hiking, or golf.
Director of Finance
If it’s dollars and cents you want to know about, Kelvin is the person to ask. He manages all financial aspects of FaithBridge and has been doing that for us since 2012.
Kelvin calls the Georgia foothills north of Atlanta home and attends Jasper United Methodist Church. Kelvin has four boys who keep him busy playing sports, watching football and cheering for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Board of Directors
Richard L. Jackson – Chairman
Chief Executive Officer, Jackson Healthcare
Church: North Point Community Church
Wayne Stolz – Secretary
Michael Kendrick – Treasurer
President, Kendrick Capital Management, Inc.
Church: North Point Community Church
Founder and president of Kingdom Advisors
Charles R. Evans
President of the International Health Services Group and senior advisor at Jackson Healthcare
Church: Roswell Presbyterian
President of Powell Family Enterprises, LLC
Church: Buckhead Church