Director of Marketing
Ms. Kasi Zieminski serves as the Director of Marketing for the National Benevolent Association of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Her work focuses on developing and implementing integrated marketing and communications strategies across the NBA’s various mission areas, programs, and audiences. She has a passion for storytelling and finds meaningful ways to amplify and share how Disciples are making an impact and creating communities of compassion and care.
Kasi’s professional experience includes advertising account management with national brand agencies DDB and TracyLocke, and development and marketing at Southern Methodist University. She is engaged in her community, serving locally in a variety of capacities related to education, hunger, and mental health.
Kasi earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising and Journalism and a Master of Liberal Studies degree concentrating in Human Rights and Social Justice from Southern Methodist University, and completed a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Texas at Austin. She resides in Dallas along with her husband, Craig.
Getting to Know Kasi
Why do you feel "called to care" about Disciples health and social service ministry?
The health and social service organizations that NBA accompanies are meeting pressing needs in their communities, and as the NBA we are able to help bring awareness to these needs and “advocate for the well-being of humanity.” Our staff colleagues and ministry partners have shown me that service and advocacy are ways to be and do church, which has inspired me in my own calling.
Who is a hero of yours, and why?
Lately I’ve been thinking about two of my grandparents I was closest to growing up – my maternal grandfather and paternal grandmother. They were just ordinary folks, but each of them went above and beyond in their own ways and times, working to be that rock that holds everyone together amidst a variety of challenges. They weren’t perfect, but I learned so much from each of them and having been missing them since they’ve been gone.
If I tried to find you in a supermarket, what aisle would you be in?
I typically make the outer loop of the store for fresh produce, meat, and dairy before stocking up on a few favorite snacks and desserts!