Our National Leadership Team
While Epic Movement consists of many moving parts and many individuals contributing to our mission, these are some of the men and women who give leadership to the whole.
Epic Movement National Director
Executive Director of Ethnic Focused Communities of Cru
Leila serves on the Epic Movement National Leadership Team as the Field Director of People and Culture, and has been a missionary with Cru for over 30 years. As a campus minister, she has served overseas in Singapore, Philippines and East Asia, and in the states she ministered on the campuses of Cal Poly Pomona, UCLA and UC Irvine, serving in roles as Team Leader, Director of Women’s Ministry, mentor and coach. Leila is a Spiritual Director, and earned her MA in Spiritual Formation and Soul Care from Talbot Theological Seminary. Leila is married to Brent, and they have 2 sons, Jaron (age 21) and Micah (age 18), and currently reside in Southern California.
Jenny Chau serves as an Epic Mission Director. She has experience in launching Epic movement on multiple campuses. She worked in the technology industry before she joined Cru in 2005. Jenny and her husband spent 9 years in Amherst, MA passionately sharing Christ’s love with college students from Amherst, Smith, Mount Holyoke College and UMass Amherst. They have 4 kids and lives in Orlando, FL.
Jonathan serves as an Epic Mission Director, living and working out of NYC with his wife and two children. He is praying and working towards mobilizing Asian Americans to take their place God’s redemptive mission.
Jonathan Lê serves as director of global mobilization strategies for Epic Movement and brings 14 years of mobilizing staff and church partners onto the mission field, preaching the gospel, and training others in effective and winsome ways to reach college students both in the United States and abroad. He currently lives in Austin, TX, with his wife and son and actively serves in his church as a guest speaker and Sunday school teacher. He believes in partnering with churches of all denominations and ethnicities in order to fulfill the Great Commission and that every person in the world should have the chance to say yes to Jesus.