If you spend your time around the Adventist corners of the internet, you probably know the name Kaleb Eisele.
He is the founder of Humans of Adventism, and has been a guest lecturer in Adventist universities, teaching about social media and story-telling. He has presented for the Society of Adventist Communicators convention and is the host for the Adventist Church-sponsored How the Church Works podcast. For the last three and a half years, he has edited Oregon Adventist stories and managed social media for Oregon Conference as an independent contractor.
Recently, Oregon Conference announced that Eisele joined the conference communication team as digital content specialist. In this new role, Eisele will continue to edit Oregon Adventist stories. In addition, he'll get more opportunities to connect with Oregon Conference communities and share the stories they have to tell.
Eisele has already been hard at work telling stories from throughout the conference, such as the piece he wrote about the Big Lake team as they assisted in a rescue on Mt. Washington. Oregon Conference is also looking forward to more creative projects that will explore new ways to share our faith and build connections throughout the Oregon Conference family.
"Kaleb is an excellent communicator and storyteller," said Jonathan Russell, assistant to the president for multimedia communication. "He clearly thinks deeply about the impact of his work and seeks to build up the communities in which he serves. His creativity and insight are a fantastic addition to the communication team. We are beyond excited to have Kaleb joining the team full-time!"
Oregon Conference members, is there something exciting happening in your faith community? Reach out to Eisele and let him know! You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach him via social media (@KalebEisele on Twitter and Instagram. /Kaleb.Eisele on Facebook)