Welcome to new EEA board members

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  • November 15, 2022
Welcome to new EEA board members

EEA is delighted to announce that three leaders have joined our board. We are grateful that Nina Jankucić, Marvin Oxenham and Usha Reifsnider will bring their talents and expertise to the EEA board.


Nina Jankucić


Nina Jankucić is the chairperson of Roma Networks. She ministers in a Roma community in Darda, Croatia and serves in the leadership of the church she helped plant there in 2012. She is part of the Roma Bible Union which is a network of Christians working together on projects that serve the Roma in Eurasia. Nina studied theology at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Osijek, Croatia and has a Masters degree in Event Planning.

Source: Roma Networks


Marvin Oxenham


Dr Marvin Oxenham (BA Theol, MA Phil, MA Ed, PGCertODE, PhD) currently leads the postgraduate programme in theological education at London School of Theology. Marvin has worked for 25 years in church planting, evangelism and theological education amongst Italians. He also serves the global community of theological education with a focus on quality assurance as General Secretary of the European Council for Theological Education (ECTE), Executive Team member of the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE) and is the founder and Director of the ICETE Academy.


Source: London School of Theology


Usha Reifsnider


Usha Reifsnider is a British Gujarati follower of Christ. Currently, Usha is completing her PhD thesis with a focus on cultural anthropology. Her interest is in transcultural aspects of ministry to migrants. Usha serves as Regional Co-Director of Lausanne Europe. She and her husband Matt have served in international mission to migrants since 1988.


Source: EA UK


Ian Smith has decided to transition out of his role as EEA board member. We are grateful for Ian’s time with us, for his leadership and service to the Evangelical Alliance in Europe. We wish him the best for his future.

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