We really hope we can celebrate in person. We’re closely monitoring the situation. We’ll keep you posted!
Join us for our International Convention! Practice leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills in a high-energy, Christ-centered environment. Renowned guest speakers, advanced labs, and themed activities give students and coaches at every level a chance to develop competence and character while working alongside peers and mentors who are passionate about making a difference in today's culture.
- Inspiring Guest Speakers
- Special Training
- International Championship
- International Student Leader Reception
- Leader Breakfast
- Theme Party
- Synergy Reception
- Coaches Luncheon
- Formal Banquet
- Frame It Up Short Film Premiere
Director, ICC Academy
Eunice is an avid reader and loves learning. Since 2012, she has been motivated to create interactive, online learning experiences both in the US and internationally. She has served in the Institute as the Director of the ICC Academy since its inception. Most recently, with her husband Au, she relocated to Singapore to serve with OMF, a global fellowship of Christians with a heart for East Asia. She is now enjoying gardening year-round, buying fresh produce in open-air wet markets, and connecting with her three daughters in the US via WhatsApp. She loves to empower others to serve with excellence and integrity, to follow Christ with confidence, and to labor with faithfulness for the advance of God’s heavenly kingdom.
Dr. Stacey Campbell
From television production to art ministry, film festivals to community theatre, Dr. Stacey Campbell has a passion for the power of story and empowering others to find the best version of themselves designed by the greatest Creator. With his doctorate in Strategic Leadership and ten years experience as an Executive Pastor, Dr. Campbell uses his professional experience and mission of restorative grace to help launch and lead nonprofits and organizations to increase their impact globally. Dr. Campbell lives with his wife, three kids, and two sign-language-literate dogs, and he is thrilled to be joining the ICC - which he serves as a Board Member - at iCON 2020.
ICC Department of People Care
Anna and her family first became involved with ICC in New Jersey 10 years ago. After moving to Ohio, she started the first chapter in Columbus with her two sons. She has served as the Great Lakes Area Coordinator for three years. Anna earned a BS in Industrial Management Engineering at De La Salle University. Growing up in the Philippines, a culture with a strong focus on family, Anna taught computer software to business and bank professionals. She and her husband of 26 years, Anton, moved to the United States in 1994 where she discovered her love of ballroom dancing. Anna has two grown sons, who have served with ICC as touring ambassadors.
Director, Capital Investment Programs, United States Navy
Retired United States Naval Commander and Licensed Professional Engineer, Gary Gunther currently serves as the Director of Capital Investments Programs for the United States Navy. During his 22 year long career in the Navy, Gary served at sea as a Surface Warfare Officer on USS Elmer Montgomery (FF-1082) as well as an engineering instructor at Surface Warfare Officers School Basic before transferring to the Civil Engineer Corps, where he was responsible for civil engineering projects at the Naval Hospital Bethesda, Naval Station Guam, Submarine Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, and Public Works Center Pearl Harbor Hawaii. After retiring from the Navy, he led the efforts of a government and contractor team which was responsible for the information management and telecommunications portion of the renovation of the Pentagon prior to and following the 9/11 attacks. Later he transitioned to government civil service and was the Deputy Branch Head for the Enterprise Integration Branch. In his current role, he provides management for a sustainment budget of $2.7B in the Navy’s Shore facilities for new construction, repair, sustainment, and demolition.
ICC Chief Influence Officer
Mary Gunther understands what it means to operate in a rapidly changing environment. And she likes it that way! A graduate in the 2nd class of women from the United States Naval Academy in 1981 and mother of nine, she has been involved in leadership education for the past 25+ years. After attending her first ICC conference in 2005, she brought ICC conferences to Maryland and started the first ICC Chapter. Mary’s interests are varied and diverse: from graphic design, organizational health, strategic action, latest tech trends, and visual storytelling. Along with her experience and training in leadership development, Mary holds a certificate in Art Integration across Curriculum from the Kennedy Center in Washington DC as well as a certificate in Christian Nonprofit Leadership from Christian Leadership Alliance. She assumed her current role Chief Influence Officer in May 2017. Mary lives in Annapolis MD with her husband and a rapidly changing at any time number of children.
Dr. John McLean
ICC Board Member and Businessman
Dr. John McLean sees a better future — he’s a visionary and an entrepreneur. His latest project is the building of a string of micro-hospitals in the U.S. All of his six children received years of ICC training, and he’s convinced that his two grandchildren, who participate in an ICC chapter currently, will be prepared for their futures because of it. East Asia is special to him; three of his adopted children are of Asian descent, and he has done years of work with a Philippine orphanage. This is his third trip to East Asia with an ICC team! He believes in the benefit of the ICC training and has frequently backed that up with donations to make it possible for students to experience the transformation of the ICC community.
Director of People Care
With a degree in education and twenty years’ experience in home education, Lisa McLean has found a place in ICC to do what she loves to do: to work out problems — in relationship. As Director of People Care, she equips people to parent, to mentor, to love well. Her husband and she have six children, two who interned with ICC and one who serves as an ICC Area Leader. They now have two grandchildren in ICC chapters! Five of their children are adopted, three of them are Asian by birth; she loves the idea of mixing up the races! Having traveled to East Asia three times with ICC, working with our global community challenges her to develop new skills and ways of thinking, to learn from other cultures, and to appreciate the immensity and diversity of the Church. Her passion: to disciple Christ-followers in wisdom, respect, and holiness.
Dr. Teresa M. Moon
ICC founder, Dr. Teresa Moon continues to serve as the organization’s President and CEO. Her mentees have spoken at the White House, Congress, the G8 Summit, the United Nations and in a dozen other countries. After 30 years of training organizational leaders, teachers, parents, students, and youth workers in every state in America, and in Canada, China, and Singapore, Dr. Moon is more committed than ever to equipping authentic leaders who engage and transform culture. Dr. Moon is a nationally recognized speaker, leadership consultant, author, communications coach, and President of Communicators Advantage Project (CAP), a publishing and consulting company. Teresa enjoys thought provoking books and movies, leisurely lunches and walks, bold coffees and ideas, and brainstorming culture and the future with Millennials. Her favorite Millennials are her two grown sons, Wendell and Devin. Teresa and her husband David call Tennessee home.
Executive Producer for ICC's first digital Frame It Up
Wendell is impacting the marketplace as a Brand Architect, transforming businesses through dynamic storytelling. His creative consultancy has collaborated with Red Hat (IBM subsidiary), Chiro-CEO (co-founded by Dr. Josh Axe), Tidelift, GiANT, and Lenovo. With 150+ hours in film and television, Wendell’s production portfolio includes Netflix, Discovery Channel, NBC, and CNN. Wendell is passionate about creating impactful experiences through written and visual storytelling. He lives in Nashville with his wife and newborn son.
ICC Curriculum Development
A physical therapist by training, An worked with typically- and atypically-developing children for twenty years before making a career shift. She became involved with ICC ten years ago, where she has since been fulfilling one of her great passions: equipping and mentoring adults. An is of Belgian descent and a strong advocate for intergenerational and intercultural communication. She loves learning by immersion and her vision is to be a reflective listener who creatively reframes other people’s thinking.
ICC Global Director | Student Leadership
Nicole Ricks loves young people and her life reflects that call. For over 9 years, she has served and mentored both students and adults. As Director of Student Leadership, Nicole is an innovator who is intentionally challenging and supporting Area and Global Student Leadership Teams as well as the adult liaisons around the globe. She has launched new online curriculum and created tools to support the growth and development of her teams. Currently finishing her degree in Nursing and mentoring her five children, she is a natural nurturer, a lover of fun and friendship, and a pursuer of excellence.
ICC Director, International Relations
Cassandra spent her growing up years on sheep and cattle farms in New Zealand before completing a degree in Management Studies with a focus on Organisational Development and Change. Her experiences in the army, the agriculture industry, farm education, business lending as a relationship manager, living abroad, and in educating her own children make her uniquely qualified as a mentor and leader. In 2014 Cassandra and her girls attended an ICC event in Singapore. She found a community where she could contribute her diverse talents and her passion for people and strategic planning. She now serves as the Director of International Relations, based in Singapore. She enjoys networking with people from different cultures and helping people to catch a vision for the possibilities God has in store for them and their families.
Online Chapter Coordinator
Amy is one of the pioneers that started the first ICC international chapter in Singapore in 2010 and also helped to organise the first CFC Conference in East Asia in 2014. She was a Chapter Sponsor in 2017-2018 before starting the first UK chapter in 2019 in Leeds. She saw the need for ICC in Europe and went on to organise and host the first CFC Europe in Nov 2019. Before homeschooling her children full time, Amy was a lecturer in the local polytechnic, training students in intercultural communication and lifeskills subjects. Her passion is in intercultural studies, having spent time doing research in Indonesia, Australia and Vietnam. Amy and her family has been in Leeds for the past 20 months with missionary organisation, WEC International. She is involved with Arts Release’s multicultural worship band, as a singer and trainer. During the Covid lockdown, she helped to coordinate and host the first online training for Simply the Story. Amy is also active in her local church ministries like the English class for migrant ladies, and café ministry for the homeless and needy. In her free time, Amy enjoys walking, reading, watching Korean drama and films on Asian migrants, and preparing cuisines from different cultures for the family.
2020 REGISTRATION OPTIONS
Each pass includes on-demand access to extraordinary content from iCON through August 2020.
In-Person Pass SOLD OUT
July 12 - 17
On-site passes to attend iCON in-person at the ICC Training Center in Tennessee are now sold out! Join the waitlist by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 12 - 16
Access 5 days of iCON workshops, assemblies, and the ICCFS Championship in real-time from your own home. Access iCON content on demand AFTER August 15.
July 15 - 16
Guests can get 2-day access to real-time iCON workshops online from around the world for extraordinary inspiration. Access iCON content on demand AFTER August 15.
Speakers who participate in the Apprentice track will help prepare for and lead the YCC speakers in a variety of activities and lessons. Apprentices will assist iCON interns and staff with responsibilities in track management. Apprentices also are mentored in labs that catapult their emerging leadership skills to the next level.
Starts Monday, July 13. Five nights.
Recommended Staff Assistant (RSA)
As a Recommended Staff Assistant (RSA) you'll be working on a team of your peers to create an experience both "behind the scenes" and on the stage. You'll be developing your skills as a character-driven servant leader as you support special events, and set up and take down facility venues, and prep for events within the event. While spending time in community, you’ll receive training in leadership and followership; event preparation; servant leadership; team dynamics; emotional intelligence; intergenerational working relationships; and a host of relevant topics for today’s emerging leaders. The iCON experience will launch you into readiness for your future ICC leadership roles.
Starts Sunday, July 12. Includes required iRSA online training ($99 value) beginning April in the Academy. RSA’s are required to stay in on-campus housing.
Starts Monday, July 13. Five nights.
2020 iCON STAFF
President / CEO
Chief Influence Officer
Director, Student Leadership
Director, ICC Academy
Director, International Relations
Tournament Director, ICCFS International Championship
Asst. Tournament Director & Text Service Coordinator
ICCFS Tab Coordinator
RSA Adult Coordinator
Student Leader Recognition Coordinator