MEET THE TEAM
M2B is led by Bruce Neurohr, a tech entrepreneur staffing expert and non-profit professional located in Atlanta, Georgia. Bruce is uniquely qualified to understand the challenges of re-entry to life after the mission field, especially The World Race, a missionary program of Adventures in Missions. Bruce’s daughter, Taryn, completed The World Race in 2012, and Bruce served as a World Race Coach in 2013. He has also been a member of the Board of Directors for Adventures in Missions since 2012. For the past decade, Bruce has also had a successful career as a National Relationship Manager with the National Christian Foundation, the nation’s 12th largest charity.
With an extensive background in career placement, Bruce has a heart to use his staffing skills to help returning missionaries get connected to meaningful work opportunities after the field. Bruce’s first staffing company, TEA Group Incorporated, employed 500+ people in 46 States and seven countries over 15 years, with revenues of $30 million at its peak. During this time, Bruce’s company received a number of prestigious honors:
- Named to Inc. Magazine's list of "America's Fastest Growing Private Companies" in 1988 and 1989.
- Won U. S. Chamber of Commerce's (for State of Georgia) "Blue Chip Enterprise" award for overcoming obstacles.
- Named AT&T's "Supplier of the Year" for staffing support of transcontinental fiber-optic cable network.
With a unique combination of experience in staffing and non-profit leadership combined with his passion for helping young people find purpose, Bruce is uniquely qualified to lead the M2B team to success.
Our Captains are M2B staff members who serve as the liaison for their group of 10-12 Navigators. They are World Race alumni and their primary duty is to provide encouragement and direction to the Navigators as they directly serve their Racers.
Nikki is a certified life coach who lives in San Diego, California. She graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2010 with a bachelor’s in Kinesiology/Athletic Training. Along with being a certified life coach who received her training through the John Maxwell program, she works as a certified athletic trainer helping athletes of all ages and other patients to prevent and recover from injury.
While on the World Race in 2014, Nikki was a squad leader and a constant source of support for her squad-mates through encouragement, prayer, and guidance through various challenges. She has a passion to help other missionaries with re-entry and transition. Through her personal experience of re-entry, she is able to relate to other missionaries on a deeper level and walk with them through this transition.
In her spare time, Nikki loves going to the beach, playing beach volleyball, surfing, hiking, snowboarding, and anything adventurous. She loves Jesus with her whole heart and her main goal in life is to live out the calling He has placed on her.
Betsy is a business instructor, digital storyteller, and entrepreneurship writer in Gainesville, Florida. Betsy earned her Master’s degree in Entrepreneurship from the University of Florida and has worked for a variety of startups in tech, fashion, personal growth, and currently, in microfinance. She is also a certified coach and experienced instructor. She loves teaching on the topics of entrepreneurial mindset, transition/change, and life design.
Her experience with re-entry began after returning home from The World Race in December 2013. On the Race, Betsy had the privilege of having our founder, Bruce Neurohr as her coach. The Race was an incredible and life-changing opportunity for her, but she found it difficult to make the transition home and integrate her experiences on the Race with her life in the states. Her personal struggles with re-entry have given her a passion for helping other missionaries transition to life at home.
When she’s not working, Betsy enjoys yoga, weighted hula hooping, and going to the beach with her husband, Josh. Her favorite part of the world is Asia and you can often find her struggling to learn Mandarin one character at a time. In addition, she has at least one book relating to business, personal development, and travel in her purse at all times.
Victoria is a California native and a masters-level Marriage and Family Therapist who currently lives in Atlanta, GA. She graduated from Richmont Graduate University in 2016. Victoria works as a Staff Counselor for a ministry that serves Emory students called Bread Coffeehouse as well as a Case Manager for the mental health clinic, Ridgeview Institute. Her passion for the mental health field has fueled opportunities to speak, write, and teach.
Her passion for ministry and missions started in high school. She went on the World Race in 2010 and her life was radically changed. Her experience overseas helped her empathize with those who are struggling as she heard their stories and grew herself. She gained new insight into her identity in Christ as well as skills to use while working with others. As someone who has “gone before,” she has a passion to counsel and mentor missionaries while on the field and during the re-entry process.
Victoria enjoys walking her dog to the park, watching crime shows, getting dinner with friends, and making jewelry. She loves to travel back to her home state of California and anywhere else the Lord takes her.