Board and Staff
Shiloh Board of Directors
What our Board loves about Shiloh
“I love Shiloh because it offers hope, love and undiluted, uncomplicated fun to children.”
“I love Shiloh because it makes children smile.”
“I love Shiloh because it is a haven in the middle of our city where hurting kids find joy and peace. It is important because it provides the kids an opportunity to hear, maybe for the first time, that they are created by God with dignity, value and worth. “
Executive Director, Stephan Moore
Stephan Moore joined the Shiloh team in April 2009 as the Executive Director. Moore is a native of Cushing, Oklahoma where he was an All-State basketball player and a nationally recruited blue chip athlete. Among other honors, Stephan is an Eagle Scout. Stephan attended the University of Arkansas and played basketball for future Hall of Famer, Eddie Sutton, as well as Nolan Richardson. He was Captain of the Razorback team his senior year and graduated with a degree in Marketing. Stephan joined Spirit Express, a Christian exhibition basketball team that played collegiate exhibitions games as well as prison and outreach games.
Stephan served as a counselor and on the leadership staff at Kanakuk Kamps before being hired by Joe White as a Director for Kids Across America, Urban Christian Sports Kamps as the founding staff member. He was Assistant Executive Director of K.A.A. for 18 years. During that time, Stephan worked with and spoke to thousands of youth and their leaders. He also serves on the College of the Ozarks Board of Visitors and as a deacon in his local church. He is a passionate, humorous, dynamic speaker who speaks at conferences, chapels, churches, collegiate and youth events, seminars and to sports teams. Stephan is able to reach a wide range of audiences by crossing age and cultural lines. Stephan is currently writing a book for singles on dating God’s way. Stephan resides in Oklahoma City, OK with his wife Scotia and their ten children!
Kim Johnson, Office Manager
Kim Johnson joined the Shiloh team in May 2018. Kim is from Siloam Springs, Arkansas where she graduated from Siloam Springs High School. She attended John Brown University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Family and Human Services. After graduating college, Kim worked in various non-profits throughout Northwest Arkansas and served in adoption services, career placement, pregnancy counseling, student services, and grant management. While in Northwest Arkansas, Kim was a Siloam Springs Dogwood Festival Co-Chair, Leadership Benton County graduate, United Way of Northwest Arkansas volunteer, and on the Rooted Church Leadership Team.
In January 2018, Kim and her family made the leap of faith and moved to Oklahoma City for her husband to pursue a new job opportunity. Kim resides in Oklahoma City with her husband, Casey, and daughter. Kim enjoys spending time with her family, singing, doing crafts, and cheering on the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Community Connections Coordinator, Rainey Sewell
Rainey Sewell joined the Shiloh team in January 2018. Sewell is a native of Norman, Oklahoma where she graduated from Norman High School. She attended the University of Oklahoma where she became actively involved in campus activities. She was in the President’s Leadership Class, Greek life, Crimson Club, and student government where she served as the student body vice president from 2012-2013. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from OU in 2013. Throughout college, Rainey lobbied on multiple state and federal issues, while also interning for Governor Fallin. After graduating, she moved to Washington D.C. where she worked on Capitol Hill for a congressman and represented the U.S. in Japan as the 2014 Cherry Blossom Queen. Sewell returned to Oklahoma where she received her Master of Education degree in Higher Education Administration from OU in December 2016. She worked on the several campaigns before making a jump to the nonprofit sector. Rainey enjoys traveling, running marathons, and reading.
Rainey is an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution Black Beaver chapter and Kappa Alpha Theta Norman alumnae chapter. She resides in Norman, OK where she attends every OU football game.