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Kellee Popp

Kellee Popp

Coaching Students with National School Project

As a Biola freshman, Kellee was looking for an outlet to apply what she learned from her associates degree in Biblical Studies at Calvary Chapel Bible College, when she heard the vision of the National School Project from Warren Willis. Convinced of the necessity of this ministry work, Kellee spent three years serving in student leadership before graduating with a B.S. in Christian Teaching in 2007 and joining staff full-time.

Since then, Kellee has served in multiple capacities in NSP as the first Training Director, the first California State Director, and the first Development Director. In these roles, Kellee pioneered the creation of NSP’s Outreach Guide, a training resource that has become the foundation of NSP’s leadership development and mentorship model. Kellee also oversaw and developed HomeTown Trips, an initiative that paved the way for rapid ministry expansion and growth in new areas. Today, as NSP's VP of Public Relationships, Kellee cultivates strategic ministry partnerships and helps advance the mission on a large scale.

Kellee and her husband Mike live in Long Beach, CA, with their daughters Eisley and Brooklyn, and attend Arbor Road Church where Mike serves as an elder.

Would You Partner with Me to Reach Students in Los Angeles and Across the U.S.?

Would you consider joining me in this mission as a Meant for More Partner, and help send 1 or 2 of the bold student leaders that NSP will be coaching this year? For just $46/month, you can help provide one student with the training, resources, and mentorship they need to reach their campus for Christ.

For $46/month, you can help me equip and send a bold Student Leader in the area where I'm serving this year.

Click BELOW to give today and partner with us in this mission as a Meant for More Partner!

Los Angeles

$475,000 Needed to Help Reach Students in the Los Angeles Area