US Team

Kim Bannon Evinsky - North American Sales Director for Khutsala Artisans

Kim Bannon Evinsky has 30+ years in Business to Business sales; Television, Print and Brand Management sales and as a Business Owner.

One of the greatest joys of Kim’s life has been raising her three children Jeremy, Matthew and Joanna. She shared this journey with her husband Paul until July of 2012 when he died suddenly of a brain tumour. As part of their healing journey Kim traveled with her children to Swaziland to serve with Heart for Africa during the Christmas holidays in 2012. The Bannon children, in mourning, spent their first Christmas without their dad feeding and caring for the orphans and vulnerable children at Project Canaan. Kim knew at this time that it was God’s plan for her to live with purpose and to give back, and then the healing would come. 
She has been blessed to remarry and her husband Joe Evinsky shares her passion for missions. Kim and Joe live in Chardon, Ohio and together have 5 children Jeremy, Tyler, Matthew, Ellen and Joanna. 






Lisa Borders - Communications

Lisa lives in Cape Girardeau, Missouri and is married to Shay.  They have 3 beautiful children:  Hanna, Cameron and Chayton.  Lisa made her first trip to Swaziland in July of 2013.  She loves the vision of Project Canaan.  She is thankful for the opportunity to play a small part in God's plan through Heart for Africa and to work alongside a team that is truly changing the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amanda Megger – Khutsala Artisans Online Coordinator and Fulfillment
Amanda Megger is a Senior at Kent State University pursing a degree in Marketing and is the Online Coordinator for Khutsala Artisans product at Heart for Africa. It is her goal to help create an excellent on-line shopping experience, while also
promoting our unique product line through social media channels.
Amanda believes that by working together we can be a part of something greater than ourselves and by buying the beautiful handmade product from Swaziland, we can improve the lives of our children and friends in Africa.