Meet the women who make CNBC women's ministry happen


Kathy Morales
Team Leader for CNBC Women

Kathy is thankful for God's redeeming love. She has a passion for introducing people to Jesus and being intentional about discipling the next generation of leaders. Kathy's husband Jesse was her teammate in marriage and ministry until his death in 2009. Jesse and Kathy served together in church planting and pastoral ministry for more than two decades after becoming Christians as young adults. Her own discipleship and mentoring experiences shaped her call to minister to women. Her years serving in local church ministry while raising four daughters has given her a heart for pastors' wives, some humorous stories and many practical ideas.

As the leader of CNBC Women, much of her time is spent facilitating opportunities for women of all ages and stages in life to experience personal and spiritual growth by:

  • Equipping through regional events and resources
  • Refreshing through retreats and resting
  • Connecting through gathering and building meaningful relationships
  • Sending through living on mission locally and globally

Kathy cherishes her time with family, including 11 grandchildren. Kathy is a recent novice pasta maker, chocolate gummy bear connoisseur and breakfast enthusiast!  Around a table having relaxed conversation and good food is one of her favourite places to be.

As for us, we cannot help speaking about what we have seen and heard. Acts 4:20


Hanna Greenwood
CNBC Women Administrative Assistant

Hanna and her husband, Chris, currently live in Cochrane, Alberta with their almost two year old son, Trey, and black lab puppy, Maggie Belle. Prior to their recent move to Cochrane, they were church planting in the downtown core of Calgary. Hanna has a passion for living life on mission and using her natural rhythms in life as intentional starting points for missional engagement. Her greatest joy in life is watching friends, who are far from God, inch closer and closer to a trusting realtionship with Him. 

When she's not at the CNBC office, she can most likely be found at a coffee shop with a friend, at the dog park with her pup, or on an adventure with her family. 

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