Regional Support Coordinator
Shabrae Jackson Krieg is a social worker with more than 15 years’ experience working in urban communities domestically and internationally. Shabrae enjoys working in partnership with others to research and implement innovative and experiential projects that work towards individual, communal and social change. Over the past 8 years Shabrae and her husband Jean-Luc Krieg started and developed Conexión Mosaico, an umbrella organization that includes a Mexican NGO and house church network that works to develop models for transformation and holistic development in urban slums in Mexico City. During this time she worked in various aspects within the organization which include: operations manager, child & youth development, community organizing, indigenous leadership growth, public health, church planting, and curriculum and project creation. Shabrae currently serves as a trainer with Servant Partners, a mission organization for urban poor communities around the world. She is presently coordinating a sports and development project for the organization in the cities of Los Angeles, Bangkok, and Johannesburg.
Shabrae received her BA in Social Work from Anderson University and is currently enrolled in the UNESCO Masters in Sport for Social Coexistence and Conflict Resolution program at the University of Catalonia in Spain.