Leadership Team

Faye Johnson-Kendrick is Business Administrator for Christian Fellowship Baptist Church and is Executive Director of DAVE’s Place,  the South Kansas City Community Impact Center.She also founded No Greater Love Ministries, Inc. whose goal is equipping women to live Titus 2.  NGLM has a long-term vision of “women addressing family needs comprehensively” and therefore its mission is to “holistically disciple women to impact the family.  The mission of NGLM is addressed by assisting women to explore and embrace their spiritual, physical, social, emotional and economic needs in regards to the family.

She is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX with a degree in Business Administration. Faye retired, after 32 years, from the University of Missouri Extension Division as a Youth and Family Development Specialist.

Joel Bailey worked in the early days of the Footprints Troost Outreach Center alongside founder, Wayne White, from 2007 to 2009.

He returned to Footprints in 2011 and is serving as director of the transitional housing program for homeless Veterans. Joel brings real compassion, as well as solid training and experience in operating residential programs.

Board of Directors

Joel Ritchie currently works for the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office after a few years in private practice.

He is a graduate of Central Missouri State University and earned his law degree at the University of Missouri Law School.

Joel is a member of Christian Fellowship Baptist Church.

John Brewer is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps who served in Viet Nam.

He spent most of his professional career working for the Burlington Northern Railroad in several different capacities.

Mr. Brewer is a member of Christian Fellowship Baptist Church where he serves on the deacon board.

Racquel Kos

Racquel Meyer Vice President

Racquel Meyer is a Licensed Buyer Agent at Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

She grew up in Plainville, Kansas and currently lives in  Olathe, Kansas.

Racquel, the proud mother of an active duty Marine, has been a volunteer for a number causes in the community.