Meet The Team

 

Judson Aulie

Managing Director

Venice, Florida

What’s the most energizing thing about your work?
I love getting to do work that makes a positive difference in people’s lives. By helping nonprofits and churches make a positive difference, our team gets to have a part in their meaningful work as well.


A personal accomplishment that you’re proud of?
I love rock climbing. My biggest climbing accomplishment was climbing (redpoint) a 5.12c after weeks of failed attempts.


The career advice you’d give your younger self?
Always be learning, do what you love, and take risks.

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Luke Pahlau

Director of Operations

Anchorage, Alaska

What’s one fun fact about yourself?
I’ve flown in a small bush plane over a glacier in Alaska. Really cool!

A quote that resonates with you?
“Walk the narrow road. Live the larger story. Battle for a better love. It’s why we’re alive.” – Larry Crabb

The most energizing thing about your work?
We have a great opportunity in our work. Essentially, Google Ads is amplifying the message of whatever we’re promoting. It is such a significant and meaningful responsibility to be able to connect people with practically helpful resources and nonprofits.

Nathan Stump

Senior Google Ad Grants Manager

Soldotna, Alaska

What’s the most energizing thing about your work?
Luke Pahlau. He’s a genius!


The values that drive you?
Flexibility, integrity, and efficiency.


A personal accomplishment that you’re proud of?
Getting my Merchant Mariner Credential captain’s license.

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Tiffany Nutt

Google Ad Grants Manager

Marquette, Michigan

What’s your favorite way to spend a day off?
Hiking or paddle boarding on Lake Superior.


A quote that resonates with you:
“Sometimes I’ll start a sentence and I don’t even know where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way.” – Michael Scott


A personal accomplishment that you’re proud of?
Starting a business and going back to university, completing my BFA.

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Zach Neal

Google Ad Grants Manager & Content Specialist

Los Angeles, California

What’s one fun fact about yourself?
I make music in a duo called CAZA!


A quote that resonates with you?
“Fail fast.”


A career highlight that you’re proud of?
When my first Ad Grant church received a large donation from someone who’d discovered their online church!

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Rachel Reagor

Google Ad Grants Manager & Content Writer

Highlands Ranch, Colorado

What’s your favorite way to spend a day off?
I love going to a coffee shop with friends to play card games.


An item on your bucket list?
I would love to travel around Europe studying and visiting cathedrals one day.


The career advice you’d give your younger self?
The career advice I’d give to my younger self is to never stop working hard and to prioritize
finding things that you love in every job that you work.

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Briana Wischweh 

Google Ad Grants Manager

Wheaton, Illinois

What’s one fun fact about yourself?
My husband and I own and ride a side by side tandem bike, in addition to a regular tandem bike:)


A personal accomplishment you’re most proud of.
Giving birth to two beautiful children!


What energizes you about your work?
Learning new things so that I can better serve my clients.

Keagan Henman

Web Design & Online Church Manager

Minerva, Ohio

What are your favorite organizations to work with at CNP?
I enjoy the variety of churches and non-profits I get to work with. This always leads to new problems to solve, allowing me and the client to grow as we find a solution.


The values that drive you?
Excellence and independence.


The career advice you’d give your younger self?
“Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.” (1 Timothy 4:12)

Doug Neal

Account Manager & Content Writer

Venice, Florida

What’s one item on your bucket list?
Hiking the Camino de Santiago.


What are your favorite organizations to work with at CNP?
Organizations that are fighting to preserve nature.


The career advice you’d give your younger self?
Intentionally embark on a journey of self-discovery as early as possible. Many people spend years doing something they don’t love, not because they couldn’t do something else, but because they don’t know what else to do, and they don’t know what else to do because they don’t know themselves.

Valerie Riese

Valerie Riese

Content Writer & Editor

Appleton, Wisconsin

What’s on your bucket list?
Visit Ireland. And Alaska. And the Holy Land. And write full time. Not necessarily in that order…


What energizes you about your work?
I get so lost in the research, brainstorming, outlining, creativity, and editing that I forget to eat until I can’t concentrate because my tummy growls so loudly! I love everything about the entire creative writing process, especially that I get to do it for a purpose bigger than myself.


The career advice you’d give your younger self?
Yield to the creative process. The Vomit or Scribe method from Scribe Media freed me to write like total crap for the first draft. After I hurl my ideas out on the keyboard, I then clean it up before anyone else catches whiff of the stink. People tell me the end product is pretty good, so I’ll keep embracing the barf.

Join Our Team

Our team members are passionate about helping Churches and nonprofits make the most of their online presence. They are independent, adaptable problem solvers who love learning and honing their skills.

Sounds like you? Contact us today and apply to join the Click Nonprofit team!

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