The Hyphen National Team

Kristin Keller

Director of Hyphen

Kristin serves as Worship Leader and Promotions Director at New Life Christian Center in Lancaster, Ohio. In 2005 she graduated from Indiana Bible College with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts and Music and in 2007 from Liberty University with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration specializing in International Business. In 2014 she graduated as Dr. Kristin Keller from the Institute for Worship Studies with a Doctor of Worship Studies Degree. Kristin is a ~ worship leader ~ vintage junky ~ closet nerd ~ forever student ~ writer ~ designer ~ and a hyphen!

Dinah Copple

Hyphen Administrator

Dinah was raised in Turlock, CA where she works in ministry at her local church. She is the Hyphen leader at her church and serves as the Hyphen Director for the Western District. Her passion is to help Hyphens know the Bible and to find their place and personal ministry within the kingdom of God. Dinah received her Bachelor‘s and Master’s degree at CSU Stanislaus where she works as a program coordinator. Books and coffee are two of her favorite things.

Mathias Newman

Hyphen Event Producer

Mathias lives near his childhood home in the Milwaukee area and serves as Creative Director at Parkway Church in Oak Creek, WI. Most days you can find him slinging coffee for his favorite customers at Starbucks or calmly celebrating creativity in the world. Although it comes in at a close thirteenth, cheese is not his favorite Wisconsin food.

Evan Zenobia

Hyphen Resource Director

Evan serves as the Student Resource Editor at the Pentecostal Publishing House as well as the Coordinator for Link247 digital curriculum. He was born and raised in Wisconsin and although he currently resides in St. Louis, MO, he will never be a Cardinals fan (Go Brewers). Evan is a graduate of Urshan College and Saint Louis Christian College holding a degree in Pastoral Counseling and Theology. He has worked as the youth and administrative pastor in Washington, D.C. And continues to pour his passion for the youth and hyphen generations into his work for the UPCI. He is a avid reader of all things Lewis and Tolkien, epicure, and a bit of a snob when dealing with coffee.

Kelvin Shaw

Canadian Regional Director

Kelvin Shaw serves as Ontario District Youth Secretary, and Director of Ministries in his local church, Stittsville UPC. Kelvin has over ten years of ministry experience serving his local church in variety of leadership roles as well as the Ontario District where he has served as Sectional Youth Representative, Hyphen Director and LTC Ottawa Instructor. Kelvin is married to his beautiful wife and best friend Symone and they are proud parents of Micah and Kaleb. He has a business and entrepreneurial background and holds a BA in Political Science from Carleton University. Kelvin is passionate about preaching and teaching the Word of God and leading youth & young adults to reach their full potential in Christ.

Philip Harding

USA Regional Director

Philip’s life has been intertwined with entrepreneurship, ministry, and service from the start. He is co-founder of IMPACTJUNKIE ( and The Great Pitch venture competition (coming to North American Youth Congress 2017). He currently serves as USA regional director for Hyphen and is on a mission to support entrepreneurs and change-makers striving to make a difference in their world.

Justin Reinking

Youth Ministries Secretary

Justin Reinking joined the Youth Ministries team in January 2017 as Director of Promotion and was elected General Youth Secretary in the fall of 2017. He is from Indianapolis, Indiana, and graduated from Indiana Bible College. He married the love of his life, Kimberly in 2001, during their time as students at IBC. After graduation, they moved to Dewar, Oklahoma where they served in youth ministry for nearly 14 years. Justin served the Oklahoma District youth ministry in several capacities. He’s the proud father of three handsome young boys: Noah, Elijah, and Micah. He enjoys basketball, game nights with the family and Reuben sandwiches (see Shapiro’s in Indy).