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MOAM to add Director of Discipleship and Programs in 2018

Updated: Nov 18, 2021

Managers On A Mission (MOAM) is excited to announce the addition of Seth Ralston to its Full Time staff starting in January, 2018. Seth will be serving as MOAMs 1st ever Director of Discipleship & Programs. Seth’s role will be focused on expanding the depth and reach of MOAMs Discipleship of Future Leaders of Sport, in addition to working with the collegiate and professional teams supporting MOAMs innovative Clean Out For A Cause program. Seth’s unique blend of experience in the sports industry and international sports ministry has greatly equipped him for this role.

Seth first started in the sports industry while spending four years at Western Kentucky University working 2 season each for both the Men’s & Women’s Basketball teams. Following graduation, Seth held positions in Basketball Operations, spending two seasons with Austin Peay Women’s Basketball and one season with Mercer Women’s Basketball. Throughout his career, Seth has been highly involved with global missions—participating in and leading sports camps in over 10 countries. Seth has been closely connected to MOAM throughout the past 2 years as he has led multiple MOAM teams on summer mission trips. Seth led his first MOAM team to Uganda in 2016, and then to Ghana this past summer. Seth has spent the previous 7 months in Istanbul, Turkey serving as Athletic Director for an international school.

Managers On A Mission (MOAM) is a 501c3 non-profit committed to developing uncommon future leaders of sports who will utilize the platform of sport for God’s glory. MOAMs programs are focused on Student Managers, Interns, and other aspiring sports professionals. These individuals are engaged in MOAM’s annual mission trips, service projects, and scholarship programs. MOAM collects new and gently used sports apparel from collegiate and professional teams and coaches throughout the country. MOAM’s vision is to see the world positively impacted by the faith, talent, and resources of the sports industry.


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