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BRANDON O'BRIEN,  Director, Content 

Brandon is responsible for developing and carrying out a publishing strategy that equips gospel movements around the world through books, training and other content resources.

Originally from Arkansas, Brandon has served in pastoral ministry, worked in publishing, authored a few books and taught for state and Christian colleges and universities. One of the things that is most exciting to him about his role at CTC is that it allows him to combine his passions for ministry, publishing and education.

Brandon, his wife Amy and their two kids live in Washington Heights. They enjoy good food, good company and exploring New York City.

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CLARA KIM, Coordinator, Content

Clara manages publishing projects at CTC ranging from books to online courses. She handles publisher relations, licensing and permissions requests, and foreign translations with publishers, agents, and ministries around the world.

Clara previously worked at Nature Publishing Group, where she worked in customer service and operations for the site license business unit, and spent a year as a missionary in Trujillo, Peru. She has a passion for cross-cultural communication and resourcing leaders in other parts of the world.

Originally from Southern California, she graduated from NYU with degrees in History and Economics, and has been attending Redeemer or working for City to City for nearly 20 years.

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BRAEDEN GREGG, Coordinator, Content

Braeden supports the team by creating and editing a variety of resources––such as articles, videos, and online courses––that foster community and communication among church planters.

After serving in creative ministry and studying literature in central Arkansas, Braeden developed a passion for telling people’s stories in compelling ways. Now, he loves hearing the testimonies of church planters and sharing them worldwide.

Braeden enjoys spending time with his sisters, trying new types of sushi, and buying books before he’s even started the last ones he bought. His sweet tooth would give any self-respecting dentist a nightmare.