Naudine Adaimi – CEO
Naudine is married to Mac and together they have two adult children. As a former designer, Naudine loves fabrics, stationary and all beautiful things. She is a bad park runner, a terrible photographer and a self-confessed tea addict! She has a heart for families, parents, marriages and women and subsequently joined Evergreen Parenting to equip mothers and fathers with effortless skills to enjoy their children and build a Christ-centered home.
Her role in Evergreen Parenting is to oversee the training of our facilitators, products and course development, distribution, sales and the well-being of Evergreen Parenting. Under her management, Evergreen Parenting developed courses and material for teachers to regain healthy authority, understand temperament and discipline with compassion, namely ‘Schools with Character’. Evergreen Parenting offers her the opportunity to help people to reach the place where they can blossom and flourish in their gift and calling. Mac and Naudine present Evergreen parenting courses wherever they go and especially in their local church.
She is director of the publishing house Green Hope Media that publishes the titles of Hettie Brittz – founder of Evergreen Parenting – and other new and upcoming Christian authors.
Mac & Naudine are directors of a non-profit organization – the EverHope foundation – that partner with other companies in projects to uplift communities. One example is the PELE-project with UNISA, that utilizes our facilitators to serve school communities: teachers, parents and learners.
Together with her husband, they serve their local church in a wider partnership of churches with establishing family ministries such as Marriage Enrichment seminars, Marriage Preparation, Divorce recovery, Soul Care, Evergreen Parenting and previously leadership development. They love working with people, serving the Local Church and with a team, build the Kingdom of God. She is an accredited Tall Trees Facilitator and a master trainer for the Lead Today programme by OneHope International, built on John Maxwell’s work.
Her motto: “Because you can, doesn’t mean you should”