(un)adopted Asia Regional Coordinator

Neisha Roberts graduated from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, in 2008 with a degree in Christian Studies and Photojournalism. She saw God’s leadership as she spent two years in Thailand working as a photographer with the International Mission Board. After her time overseas, she spent more than six years working at The Alabama Baptist newspaper in the editorial department, eventually being named assistant editor. Neisha began her role as (un)adoptedĀ® coordinator in May 2017, and transitioned to (un)adopted Asia Regional Coordinator in August 2019. She’s thankful to see how God opened so many doors for the position and looks forward to being involved in His story through Lifeline. Neisha and her husband, Blake, were married in 2014.