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Desiree Guyton,MDiv, MA, LPC

President & Executive Director

"I am committed to walking along side of people walking in darkness and leading them to the light, Jesus" 

Rev Guyton, founder and president of Quest Movement Ministries and licensed professional counselor. She earned both her Masters of Divinity and Masters or Arts in Counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary. She has 27 years experience serving youth and young adults in church and para-church ministries along with 13 years in direct individual and family counseling.

In 2013, she received a Global Trauma Recovery Institute (GTRI) training certificate and in 2017 Master Trainer Trauma Healing Certificate from American Bible Society. In 2014 and 2015, she served with GTRI team to Rwanda Africa training pastors and counselors in trauma healing.

She has traveled globally and domestically, serving the poor and mission trips. Rev. Guyton continues her mission as preacher, lecturer, in home therapist, Master trainer for Trauma Healing Institute, and president of Quest Movement Ministries. She offers various workshops on mental health and church, family, and using technology effectively for ministry. Rev. Guyton is the proud mother of two adopted sons and grandmother of two adopted boys.


Marguerite Hall,M.S.

Board Chairperson

Marguerite Hall holds a MS in Education -Training and Performance Improvement and is currently an Adult Education Doctoral Candidate.  She is passionate about the philosophy of adult learning.  The combination of her gift of administration and human performance improvement was the foundation for RoMaR Consultants, LLC, which provides financial literacy by identifying gaps and educating and enabling clients to create financial plans for their families and businesses.  Marguerite has served as a Ministry Leader and Administrator in Children’s and Youth Ministry; Women’s Ministry and Church Administration for over 30 years.   Because of her commitment to serving, and the gift of administration, she has been instrumental in assisting in building the infrastructure of Quest Movement since its inception. . As a member of The Perfecting Church, she continues to work with the Student Community.


Dr. Heather Evans, LCSW

Global Engagement Director

Dr. Heather Evans is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a private group counseling practice in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania with over 19 years’ experience providing individual, marriage, and family therapy for all ages.  She specializes in complex trauma, including sex trafficking and aftercare of its victims.  Heather received a Doctor of Clinical Social Work degree from University of Pennsylvania and her dissertation highlighted complex trauma and posttraumatic growth in victims of domestic sex trafficking.  Heather is Co-founder and Vice Chair of VAST (Valley Against Sex Trafficking) Coalition in the Lehigh Valley, PA.   Heather is adjunct professor of Global Trauma Recovery Institute at Missio Theological Seminary and travels and leads trips nationally and internationally, with the goal of partnering with and training trauma healing caregivers.   Heather is excited about supporting Quest’s global efforts to equip and empower vulnerable populations, such as trauma healing training, education funding and business seed grant scholarships. 


Rev. Sheila Lunderman

Financial Secretary

Rev. Lunderman loves the Lord and is committed to serving Him.  Being an active Christian is a way of life, not an option.  Rev. Lunderman is a gentle spirit that loves and cares for others.  She is currently an Associate Minister at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Mullica Hill, NJ.  She serves as the ministerial liason to the Missions Ministry, actively teaches Bible Study and Sunday School and serves as a Worship Leader.  She is adept at applying the knowledge and skills gained from her various roles in Corporate America to help develop processes, policies, procedures and strategies for the church.  She also partners with North Baptist Church, Woodbury, NJ to teach Women’s Bible Study and has participated in their Community Outreach efforts by serving the Homeless.

The Mission of and work executed by Quest Movement directly aligns with Rev. Lunderman’s servant leader nature and passion for serving the people of God.  A Trauma Healing Facilitator in training, Sheila believes in and supports the work of Quest Movement and shares the understanding of the true need in our communities for spiritual, emotional, and trauma healing. Serving on the Board of Quest Movement has been a true blessing. 

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Anita Lyndaker-StuderM.A.

Fundraising Advisor

Anita Lyndaker-Studer holds a Master’s degree in Social Administration from Temple University. Prior to earning her master’s degree, she began her career first as teacher in a remote First Nation community in Canada and then spent several years working in foster care in Philadelphia. After earning her MSW, she spent 10 years as the Associate Director and then Acting Director at Temple University’s Center for Social Policy and Community Development. She is the founder of Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association and was the Executive Director from 2008 to 2019 when she stepped down to have more time with her children. Since then she has been working as a nonprofit consultant in the areas of fund development and organizational development. She is committed to the work and vision of Quest Movement and in her many years of work has clearly seen the need for trauma healing with children, teens and adults as well as generational healing from our American history of slavery and racism. The mission of Quest is closely aligned with her personal vision and spiritual calling for her life of ministry to “the least of these”.


Rev. Stacey Hamilton

Vice Chairperson

Reverend Stacey Hamilton grew up in Brooklyn, New York.  She earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from Monmouth University.  She moved to Pleasantville, New Jersey in 1990 as an engineer for the Federal Aviation Administration, where she continues to work.


She accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior and united with Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Pleasantville, NJ in 2001, where Rev. Dr. Winfred J. Sanders was the senior pastor.  There she served as an Intercessor and as coordinator for the Study Spot Tutoring program.  Stacey started a ministry designed to uplift young ladies 18 to 35; she has also ministered to women at the Atlantic County Correctional Facility.


She acknowledged her call to the ministry and was licensed to deliver the Gospel in March 2009.    She received a Master’s of Divinity from Palmer Theological Seminary in 2014.  She was ordained in April 2016, under the leadership of Rev. Willie Dwayne Francois III and is currently serving at Mt. Zion as the Associate Pastor of Innovation and Engagement.  In this capacity, she has been working with Quest Movement to bringing a faith-based Trauma Healing Program to the Atlantic County region.  She has fully embraced the mission of Quest Movement and is excited to bring Trauma Healing to people near and far.  It is her heart’s desire to see God’s people whole and healed, fully embracing God’s purpose for their lives.


Carol KingMED, LPC

Clinical Advisor

Ms. King is a licensed professional counselor with a master's degree in counseling. She has 30 years of clinical experience, providing individual, group, and marital counseling. Ms. King's present areas focus include sexual abuse, domestic abuse, Dissociative Identity Disorders, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and marital issues. She also offers supervision to those seeking LPC status.


Prior to joining Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates in 1999, she provided counseling and crisis intervention in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Since 2010, Ms. Kin has traveled to Kigali, Rwanda several times, supporting the care and training of counselors and caregivers. Her work in training counselors has included involvement with the Global Trauma Recovery Institute at Missio Theological Seminary. Additionally, she has volunteered her time to assist the American Bible Society in providing equipping sessions to train caregivers in the society’s Healing the Wounds of Trauma curriculum. Aside from traveling to Rwanda, she has traveled to several other countries in the Middle East, Europe, Eastern Europe and Africa to train caregivers. This work has increased her understanding and interest in providing care in cross-cultural settings. She is married and has three daughters.