We are proud to have on our team a group of coaches who run Social Phonics Boot Camps around the country and also offer one-on-one social media coaching and consulting for individuals and organizations. You can contact them directly, via the email address in their bios, or you can send us a query through our Contact Page.
Adam Walker Cleaveland is a pastor, father, husband, blogger, social media consultant and networker with a long history in the field of social media. He lives in Ashland, OR with his wife, Sarah, and their son, Caleb, and dog, Sadie, where he serves as Associate Pastor at First Presbyterian Church. You can find Adam online at Pomomusings, Dazed Dad, #RunRevRun, and at his professional site. He’s also on Twitter at @adamwc and on Facebook.
Natalie Aho is a communications consultant for several organizations including the Center for Congregational Health, the Associated Baptist Press, Alabama Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and CareNet Counseling Network. She is also a coach for SocialPhonics providing consultation and workshops on social media for ministers and non-profit leaders. Previously, Natalie worked as the communications manager for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina and spent four years as an elementary school teacher. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and is earning her Masters of Science in Interactive Communication online from Quinnipiac University in New Haven, CT. Her husband, Chris, is the Pastor of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Mobile, AL. They have a young son who keeps them entertained and grounded. Find her on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or her website.
You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Baughman is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. He serves as an associate pastor at Custer Road UMC in Plano, TX where he focuses on young adult ministries. Mike regularly guest lectures at Southern Methodist University about social media, evangelism with rising generations and cultural exegesis. He also leads workshops at local and national events. Mike writes regularly–contributing to several books, co-authoring Worship Feast: Lent & Easter and contributing to a long list of youth curriculum and resources. Find his blog at his site, or read his stuff on The Hardest Question and Patheos, Mike’s primary blog is. He is available for consulting.
Wendy Johnson specializes in all aspects of communications and media development. Wendy has worked with nonprofit organizations and churches for more than 20 years. In particular, Wendy focuses on social media planning for small to mid-size nonprofits and is proficient in strategic communications development and implementation. She is passionate about community-building, connecting people, and supporting local non-profits and faith communities as they struggle to change the world. You can read her blog at Your Media Director, and you can follow her on Twitter as well.
Dan Haugh is the pastor of student ministries at Bedford Community Church in New York. He has been in youth ministry the past 10 years and has spent eight years at his current church. He is also an adjunct professor of youth ministry at Nyack College. He received his Master of Divinity in church development from Alliance Theological Seminary.In his spare time, Dan coaches junior high baseball and serves as a chaplain for a minor league baseball team. Dan has written for Immerse Journal, is the author of the forthcoming book Postmodern Shifts, and authors the blog www.emergingyouth.com, and you can find him on Twitter. He is currently writing a book with Chris Folmsbee entitled God is Loud, which focuses on aiding students in spiritual formation for the mission of God. He lives in Katonah, New York, with is wife, Lauretta, and their dog, Brady.