The NAE staff and leadership is well equipped to address a broad array of issues of concern to evangelicals. The individuals listed below are currently available for speaking engagements. To place a speaking inquiry please email the NAE office.
Don Argue sits on the NAE Board of Directors. Dr. Argue previously served as NAE president from 1992-1998. Most recently he was the President of Northwest University, where he currently serves as Chancellor. Dr. Argue also sits on the United States Commission of International Religious Freedom. He is available to speak regarding world missions and religious persecution and the role of the local church. He also offers minister seminars and speaks regarding women in ministry, along with his wife, Pat.
Galen Carey is the NAE Vice President for Government Relations. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a Doctor of Ministry from McCormick Theological Seminary. A 26 year veteran of World Relief, he has led church-based holistic ministries including refugee resettlement, immigrant services, maternal and child health, disaster relief, microfinance, agriculture, advocacy and HIV/AIDS in the U.S. and five other countries. He enjoys preaching, teaching and speaking on evangelical civic engagement and on any of the topics covered in For the Health of the Nation: religious liberty, protecting children and families, sanctity of life, justice for the poor, human rights, peace and creation care.
Chaplain David H. Cyr served as an active duty chaplain in the U.S. Air Force for 32 years, retiring from his distinguished career as Deputy Chief of Air Force Chaplains in June 2011. He currently serves as Executive Director of the National Association of Evangelicals Chaplains Commission. In this capacity he helps to recruit, endorse, encourage, visit and train chaplains in all military branches as well as the Veterans Administration. He also brings creates a forum for many other evangelical endorsers to discuss issues and challenges surrounding evangelicals in the military and specifically in the chaplaincy. He is comfortable discussing the role of chaplains in the Armed Forces today, issues facing evangelicals in the military, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and caring for veterans and their families in a time of war.