Daron Day, M. Div.
VP of Operations | Chaplain
A licensed minister in the community, Daron earned a Master of Divinity degree and currently serves as an associate pastor in New Palestine. Pastoring in the Indianapolis area the last six years, he has had the opportunity to encourage and counsel many people. Spending 10 years in the banking industry has also helped Daron understand the variety of issues employees, managers, and business owners face and how a chaplain can make a difference. Growing up in Brownsburg, and having lived in Avon and New Palestine, Daron loves Indianapolis area and the people who call it home. Daron is thankful for the opportunity to help and encourage people from his community through Workforce Chaplains. In his free time, he enjoys trying out Indy's ever expanding restaurant scene with his wife, Ashley, and spending time with his kids.
VP of Business Development | Chaplain
Mauree has led many strategic initiatives having a positive impact, with a proven history of growing lines of business. She has worked in various roles from business development to sales operations and marketing, achieving highly successful results. Mauree started her career in 2009 as a Charge Nurse at a rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility. She has broadened her education and experience over the years to include pharmaceutical sales and regional sales & marketing management. She is currently pursuing her MBA.
Mauree was born and raised in a small farming community in Central Illinois. She and her husband, Brent relocated to Indiana in 2014, where they made Noblesville their new home, along with their 2 boys, Dylan and Drake. In her free time, Mauree enjoys volunteering at her church and supporting the local missions, exercise, spending time with her family, and encouraging and inspiring others as a certified life coach.
Jennifer Schrader is a homemaker and homeschooling mom who has been involved in ministry for many years. She was raised in Ottumwa, Iowa. She attended Bible College in Springfield, Missouri where she met her husband Marcus Schrader. Jennifer has been a pastor’s wife, ministered in youth groups, taught Sunday School, Children’s Church and served in many others aspects of ministry. In her spare time she is involved in being a mother to her children including educating them at home. Her oldest earned an accredited Bachelors of Arts degree in English at age 17 and now she is focused on the other six children who are still in the home. Jennifer has counseled many women and brings a wealth of marriage, family, children and relationship experience and insight to our team. She has been married to her husband for over 20 years and she has 7 children: Andrew (18) Jenna (16) Lily (13) Emma (10) Bethany (6) Noah (3) and Isabelle (10 mo.). Jennifer enjoys reading, preparing and eating healthy food, spending time with friends and family, traveling and investing in the spiritual, educational and physical life of her family.
Alphonso Bailey is the founder and Executive Director of Down But Not Out, Inc. He had everything going for him; a good family and a football scholarship to Kentucky State University. A series of poor choices landed him in prison and took away all of his freedoms, hopes and dreams!
Determined to turn his life around, Alphonso focused on his faith and through determination, self-discipline and the right attitude he experienced a new freedom! The sport of boxing coupled with his intense desire to grow emotionally and spiritually freed him from a life of crime and despair. Alphonso, with the help of the Lord, came to understand true freedom. Now he’s sharing and teaching that same sense of freedom to others!
A life-long Hoosier, born and raised in Crawfordsville, Indiana, Mark and his bride of thirty years, Kalay, just recently pulled up stakes and are relocating to Bargersville, just minutes South of Indianapolis.
Mark has worn several hats over the years, including partnering with his brothers on the family farm, sixteen years in manufacturing, five years with Community Corrections, owning his own realty company, and most recently serving full time as Director of Care at a Crawfordsville church.
Mark and Kalay treasure their time together as well as time spent with daughters Olivia, Lexi and their families. He stays fit by logging miles of trails on his recumbent trike and is passionate about living out God's plan.
Kathryn was raised in a missionary home on the northern Japanese Island of Hokkaido. She has an undergrad degree from Arizona State in Special Education and taught school in the Navajo Nation . She has been married to Jon for 39 years they have raised 4 amazing adults who love the Lord and are grandparents to 6 little charmers. She is a licensed and ordained minister. In 2009 she received a Masters Degree in Christian studies with a concentration in Biblical Counseling. She has served as an addiction counselor with Life Challenge, a Life Coach with clients from around the country and is the founder of Epic Life Ministries. Epic Life sponsors retreats and conferences across the nation and encourages men and women to discover their true identity in Christ and teaches tools to develop intimacy and maturity in Christ. Kathryn’s passion is to encourage and empower women to step into the identity of adored daughters of the King and walk in fearless freedom.
Denisha Cole is a mother to a beautiful girl name Gracelynn, whom she homeschools. She was raised on the Far Eastside of Indianapolis. She has received her Bachelor’s in Leadership and Ministry from Crossroads Bible College. Denisha has been doing youth outreach and community work for 10 years. She has partnered with Carriage House East Apartments to do story time for the children in the community. She believes that reading enriches one’s life. In this time, she has self-published her 1st children’s picture book as well.
In Denisha’s spare time, she enjoys reading, doing jigsaw puzzles, researching, creating natural products and pouring into her daughter. She is excited to serve and be a part of the Workforce Chaplain family.
Emilio Hernandez Gaspar
Emilio was born in Guatemala, Central America. God called him to be a Spanish church planter in United States. By God’s grace he started three churches: One in Alabama and two in Indiana. During his pastoral ministry he worked with Marketplace Chaplains for a long time. Emilio obtained a Diploma in Biblical Studies at Baptist University of the Americas in San Antonio, Texas. He currently working as pastor at his new church plant “Iglesia Camino Eterno”
in Indianapolis, IN. He is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Emilio is married to Katherine Santiago (from Colombia) and have three children: Kayla (13) Melody (11) Natalie (4) Emilio is looking forward to using his wisdom and bilingual skills to serve Workforce Chaplains.
Joshua has a servant's heart for all those in need. He works with many local non-profits from an advisory position and runs his non-profit “Go Be Love Inc.” Joshua has a very intense background and he strives to use his experiences to help counsel others. After nearly 20 years in the corporate world, Joshua left to pursue a path of ministry. He now lives downtown Indianapolis with his wife and 2 teenage kids. He has a real passion for serving the homeless and hurting. Joshua brings recovery programs and small groups to jails, rehabs, and shelters making sure everyone hears the promise of Christ. He attended Word of Life Bible Institute and received his Bachelors in Christian Ministry from Davis Christian College and is currently attending Ohio Theologian Seminary pursuing his Masters in Divinity.
A licensed minister, Howard has a degree in Pastoral ministry and is currently serving as the Campus pastor at The Caring Place on the Eastside of Indianapolis. After his service in Vietnam, Howard turned his eyes to the Lord and came to Christ as an adult. Howard is a certified life coach with extensive involvement with Urban and Inner City ministry experience. Howard has been employed with Heritage Christian for over 20 years, finding opportunities such as chapel speaking, small group leader, staff management along with committed service to Christian Education to have really grown his faith journey. Howard also leads bi-weekly studies at Wheeler Mission and shepherds a men's group at The Caring Place.
Howard is married to Lisa Bellamy and together they have five adult aged children along with nine grandchildren living and they reside in the Fishers area. Howards gifts of encouragement and individual discipleship are evident in every area of his life. Howard has a heart and passion for the Chaplain ministry and believes that Workforce Chaplains provides answers for employees in any workplace environment.