The KORE Team



Dr. Dennis Bratton, Founder/CEO & Brenda Bratton, Co-Founder 

brenda-1-2.jpgDennis-1-1.jpgDennis & Brenda spent more than 50 years in church ministry, retiring in 2010 to spend time with their three children and seven grandchildren. Having spent so much of their ministry supporting mission work, they were moved to try a new approach focusing on projects with sustainable impact. When not working on KORE business or enjoying time on the golf course, Dennis spends time traveling and serving on several boards for organizations that are important to him and Brenda continues to love on her grandkids and support Dennis in all of his ventures.





Jennifer Bratton Farber, Executive Director

Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Milligan College. Jennifer works with the Small Holder Poultry Project team and coordinates stateside activities. She is married to David, and they have two sons. Easton is 17 and made his first trip to Haiti when he was 15. He is hoping to return this summer. Rylan is 12 and hoping to make his first trip soon!


Katherine Louw, Director of Development10499367_10153227482538699_6930096773400102163_o-1.jpg

Katherine holds a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from the University of Richmond and spent eight years in Development at Vanderbilt University. She was introduced to KORE after Jennifer became her neighbor in 2012, and she was intrigued by their sustainable approach to addressing poverty in Haiti. Katherine is passionate about giving, and would love to help you have a meaningful giving experience through KORE. Contact her today about making a financial commitment to sustainable solutions to extreme poverty in Haiti!Katherine is married to Rico, and they have two daughters.




Edsel Redden, M.S. Faculty, Department of Environmental & Global Health at the University of Florida

Edsel is the expert consultant for the Haiti Small Holder Poultry Enterprise effort and has over 20 years’ experience as a county extension director (Putnam County, FL) as well as background and training in meat processing. He also has expertise in the area of fresh and salt water aquaculture and has developed freshwater (tilapia) aquaculture systems in two locations in Haiti. Edsel has been working in Haiti for over 30 years focusing on creating access to animal protein for malnourished children. He travels to Haiti each month and works with the team to provide oversight and training to KORE Farmers.


Christian-2-1.jpgChristian Jean Pierre. M.S. Ing. Agronomist and Director of Production

Christian works closely with Edsel Redden. He provides production training and oversight for all farmers in SHPE and manages the Business Agent Facilitator (BAF) Team. Christian is married to Nellou and they have three children.




Tom & Yvette Kinman, Guest House CoordinatorsTom-Yvette-1-1.jpg

Tom & Yvette married in 1992 and have two boys, Zach and Tyler, and Tom has a daughter, Kala, from a previous marrige. They have attended Clayton Christian Church for the past 19 years, where Tom has served many years as an elder and Yvette with children's ministry and worship team. The Kinmans' heart for missions began with short term trips to Haiti, Panama, Louisiana, and Tennessee. When they learned KORE had an opportunity to serve as guest house coordinators, the Kinmans went to The Coop, KORE's guest house in Haiti, to learn more about the mission. In November 2016, Tom retired from law enforcement so they could answer God’s calling to become missionaries for KORE Foundation. As KORE guest house coordinators, Tom & Yvette will work directly with KORE mission teams in Haiti.  When they return to the states, Tom will continue to represent KORE at churches and conferences as needed.