The Neverthirst Team
Matt Letourneau joined Neverthirst as Executive Director in 2019. Matt brings 18 years of both non-profit and business leadership experience to the role and is thrilled to lead Neverthirst into its next phase of impact and growth. Matt and his wife Julie have 3 children and reside in Birmingham, AL.
Brandon joined us as Director of Development in April 2012. Prior to joining the Neverthirst team, he received a Business Management degree from Auburn University and had a career in medical device sales.
His family has served as volunteers and partners of Neverthirst since 2009. In 2010, Brandon travelled with us to Sudan to witness our work on the ground. His life was forever changed as he witnessed women walking miles for water and children who were dying from waterborne illnesses.
He has been married to his wife, Kim, for 13 years, and they have two sons: Carson, 9 and Cooper.
Amanda Stillman joined Neverthirst in 2012 after working several years with other NGO’s in the Middle East. After coming on board she worked in India for one year before moving to South Sudan where she now serves as our Africa Programs Director, and oversees various smaller projects in neighboring countries as well.
John joined the team in July 2015, having travelled with Neverthirst to South Sudan and Cambodia and witnessing the life changing impact of providing clean water projects. He holds a Master of Public Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and currently serves as Program Director. John and his wife, Jennifer, have been married since 2011.
Since graduating from the University of Mobile, Connie has served in ministry in a variety of ways. Most recently, the Lord has used a position as Loan Administrative Assistant at a community bank and a role as the secretary of her church to prepare for the next opportunity at Neverthirst.
While on a mission trip in Haiti, the Lord solidified the desire to connect clean water and the Living Water for those in need of both. “I knew at that moment in Haiti, the water purifying tablets we were handing out to clean their drinking water would one day run out. What people were also desperate for was the Living Water that would never run dry. I love what Neverthirst does to meet both the physical and spiritual needs of individuals.”
Connie has no children but continues to carry the dream of of one day adopting.