Mike Osler is a lay leader who serves as co-chair of the ZOE Advocate Network for ZOE, an orphan-empowerment program operating in five African countries as well as India and Guatemala. He attended Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio, and earned a doctor of physical therapy degree from the Duke University School of Medicine. Osler is currently the vice president of growth and development for Rock Valley Physical Therapy in Moline, Illinois. In the spring of 2015, he completed the Foundations of Christian Leadership program offered by Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Louisville Institute now accepting 2024 program applications
The Louisville Institute is excited to announce that applications are open for the 2024 grant and fellowship funding season.
Since 1990, LI has funded more than 2,700 grants and fellowships totaling $57.7 million to those who lead and study North American religious institutions, practices and movement. Their grantees and fellows include pastoral leaders, researchers, early career and seasoned scholars and many others in the United States and Canada whose work resonates with LI’s mission to bridge church and academy.
There are seven funding opportunities available for 2024.Learn more