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After moving to the Far East in 2005, Julie’s background in education, religious studies and lay counseling led to the formation of New Song Personal Development Resources. Following 15+ years of co-creating original curriculum and Bible studies, overseeing strategic implementation in places as diverse as orphanages and universities, and, allocating resources to the local church, Julie was grateful to make most of New Song’s materials freely available online. Julie currently sings her "new song” with her husband and two children in the Middle East. 



Esther Woo works in the London offices of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group as the Head of Legal Operations.  She previously practiced as a lawyer qualified in England and Wales working in both private practice and then in-house at the International Finance Corporation (the private sector investment arm of the World Bank). Her transition to operational management was in 2011 when she moved to an operations management role at INCLUDED, a non-profit based in Asia, which serves rural-urban migrant children and their families.  She then moved back into the legal industry in 2014 to work with lawyers on the operation and transformation of how they deliver their services at Ashurst (an international law firm) before moving to her current position at the end of 2022.


Christine Novak has more than 30 years of experience in the field of education as elementary level teacher, school administrator of a K-12 Christian school, and as a church leader and teacher. From 2013-2017 she served as Executive Director of New Song.  Chris currently serves as Treasurer for New Song Board of Directors.


Kimberly Tingler is currently the Managing Director of We Want More, an organization focused on helping people discover their purpose and identity. Prior to this role, Kim served as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Global Head of Compensation and Benefits for A+E Networks (including A&E, History, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Networks, FYI and Viceland). Kim was also the Vice President of HR in the Cable Entertainment division of NBCUniversal (specifically supporting Bravo, Oxygen, Sprout, E! and Esquire networks). Kim held various HR positions within NBCUniversal for over 10 years, with the exception of 2+ years when she moved to China with her husband. While in China, Kim had the opportunity to serve as the Executive Director of New Song (2010-2012). Prior to joining NBCUniversal, Kim began her career in finance at General Electric. Kim currently lives in Mamaroneck, NY, where she is married with three beautiful children.


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