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Over the past two decades, Nils has worked in multicultural settings. He worked for the US Agency for International Development as a Foreign Service Officer and volunteered with the US Peace Corps. Nils has lived in eight countries and served in or traveled to nearly seventy others. He earned a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Utah State University and a master’s degree in International Public Administration from the Monterey Institute for International Studies. He created ENGAGE Global Storytelling because, above all, he believes that better understanding one another is the path to world peace.
Kaitlyn is the Salt Lake Chamber’s Director of Regional Policy, where she oversees affordable equity programs, promotes rural engagement initiatives, and enhances community partnerships. She worked as a liaison for minority and women-owned companies in Hope Corps’ vanguard program. She is also a member of the research team for the Utah Women and Leadership Project. Kaitlyn has worked in translation programs in the past, both as a group translator and as a translation manager, where she traveled internationally to provide training. She has also taught university courses on world literature on a regular basis. Kaitlyn received her master’s degree in Turkish Studies and Religion from SOAS University of London. She loves pottery, writing, and cycling and speaks five languages.

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“In 2002, Dr. Prasad and his colleagues—all of whom were interested in and knowledgeable about micronutrients—created a game-changing formulation that was known to target and minimize oxidative stress and inflammation at their source.
After a post-9/11 DOD study found that military personnel working in the field under stressful circumstances were more likely to suffer from the effects of oxidative stress and the illnesses caused by it, Dr. Prasad’s work caught the attention of the US Department of Defense (DOD).
Dr. Prasad and his colleagues obtained $12. 5 million in Congressional funding and more than $11 million in private funding to verify the product’s effectiveness since winning the confidence of DOD officials.
The formulation was shown to protect and rebuild the body at a cellular level, substantially promoting the prevention and reduction of oxidative stress and inflammation in the body, after more than a dozen studies—including seven human clinical trials, some of which were performed on individuals exposed to acute conditions.

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The phrase “missions” conjures up images of annual field reports and short-term mission trips for many churchgoers. But what if missions were more than just that? What if the church took an active role in reaching out to those who have never heard about Jesus Christ?
Senior Pastor Brandon Williams
You’ve had an effect on our leadership, which will change the culture of our church and, in turn, the lives of people all over the world… I can’t express my gratitude enough.
Connection Church Vidalia | Bo Royals, Sending Pastor The mission of Engage Global has unquestionably progressed the Kingdom of God. Vidalia Connection Church will continue to work with them and recommend them.
Denny Spitters is the Vice President of Church Partnerships at Pioneers.
Engage Global has been a major collaborator with Pioneers, and our Church Partnerships Team, which supports 3500 churches throughout the United States, recommends them as the best option for short-term ministry…

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Dr. Prasad and his colleagues—all of whom were interested in and knowledgeable about micronutrients—created a pioneering formulation in 2002 that was shown to target and minimize oxidative stress and inflammation at their source.
After a post-9/11 DOD study found that military personnel working in the field under stressful circumstances were more likely to suffer from the effects of oxidative stress and the illnesses caused by it, Dr. Prasad’s work caught the attention of the US Department of Defense (DOD).
Dr. Prasad and his colleagues obtained $12. 5 million in Congressional funding and more than $11 million in private funding to verify the product’s effectiveness since winning the confidence of DOD officials.
The formulation was shown to protect and rebuild the body at a cellular level, substantially promoting the prevention and reduction of oxidative stress and inflammation in the body, after more than a dozen studies—including seven human clinical trials, some of which were performed on individuals exposed to acute conditions.

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