The International Office—located in Fort Mill, South Carolina—provides leadership, support, care, and oversight to enable the people of SIM to fulfill Christ’s mission in the world.
Malcolm McGregor, the International Director, is supported by the International Leadership Team. This team represents the diverse cultures who serve with SIM.
Malcolm McGregor and his wife Liz are both Scots. Prior to their present assignment, they worked in Nigeria, then served with SIM in Ethiopia and subsequently in England, where Malcolm was director of SIM UK/Northern Europe and Liz facilitated mission mobilization through mentoring and discipleship.
Dr. Dave Bremner, who takes up leadership of SIM in East and Southern Africa, and his wife, Nikki, are from South Africa. They helped establish churches in unreached rural Paraguay, where his veterinarian skills opened many doors for the Gospel among the agricultural community there.
Drs. Joshua and Joanna Bogunjoko are from Nigeria. They both have a background of medical mission service with SIM and with the Evangelical Church of West Africa (ECWA) in Nigeria and in neighboring Niger. Joshua served most recently as Director of Galmi Hospital in Niger. He leads SIM in Europe and West Africa.
Dr. Andrew Ng and his wife Belinda are ethnic Chinese from Singapore. They have facilitated mission mobilization by directing SIM East Asia for more than a decade. They were the first Asians to join SIM in the 1980s, and served at Galmi Hospital in Niger. Andrew’s area of responsibility is Asia and the Pacific.
Jeff Hahn (from the US) and his wife Fiona (from Scotland) previously led the Ministry Development Team and also served in Ecuador. Jeff now leads SIM in North, Central and South America.
Other members of the team include Marge Prince, Director of Administration, Helen Heron, International Personnel Director, and Rene Palacio (ethnic Cuban), as Chief Financial Officer, with his wife Lilli (from South Africa).
Malcolm and his team report to an International Board of Governors whose members are elected from the Councils of our nine Sending Offices. The International Office enjoys a dynamic staff of about 40 committed men and women.