Serving in Bolivia
As Latin America Team Leaders Bruno and Kathleen Soucy support CBM’s Field Staff, church partners and programs in Bolivia, El Salvador and Cuba. They also are exploring additional partnership possibilities in other Latin America countries. Bruno and Kathleen are passionate about working with local churches in Latin America to develop sustainable growth and impact in their communities. With our Canadian churches they are working to help develop their mission efforts and church engagement, locally and globally, through meaningful short-term mission experiences and partnership possibilities in Latin America. Prior to their roles as Latin America Team Leaders, Bruno and Kathleen served for 7 years as GFS in Rwanda.
Bruno has broad experience in technical and management roles in Agricultural Credit in many areas of Canada. He has a passion to help program staff and partners enhance stewardship and financial processes for increased impact in communities and churches.
Kathleen worked in agricultural research (food safety), in Pregnancy Resource Centers in Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick, and as an area manager for the Canadian Cancer Society in New Brunswick. She has a passion for global discipleship, especially helping to develop appropriate short-term mission programs for donors and churches.
Bruno and Kathleen have three married children – Caroline & Jonathan Selig, Laura & Jonathan Vokey and Benjamin & Elissa Soucy, and six grandchildren.
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