Founder & CEO | Board President
David Punnamannil is the Founder & CEO of Lighthouse Voyage. Graduated from Trinity Western University. His heart has always been driven to the issues of Human Rights and especially, with the exploitation of women and children in India. He believes that we are a opportunity to make a difference, even if it is one persons life, it matters. David hopes that we all can come together to make a impact in the lives of many. Believing in each and every individual that Lighthouse is helping with.
"There are over 7 Billion people in this earth. The reality is that we are not going to know each and every one of them. So when we get the opportunity to meet someone and know someone, remember how valuable it is, its a blessing because not everyone will get the chance you have. You are Valuable."
Donor Relations Officer West coast | Board Member
Mark joined the lighthouse team in 2017 and is focused on providing strategic thinking and oversight to the board while growing Lighthouse’s donor base in Western Canada. Mark’s business experience includes managing a multi-million dollar Oil and Gas Services branch, managing a commercial services start-up business and providing strategic growth and sales to an established construction company. A native of India, Mark’s passion is to give others the same opportunity to experience love and opportunity that he has experienced in life.
Donor Relations Officer | Board Member
Caleb Zurcher is a donor relations officer in Calgary and has been part of the Lighthouse team since it was founded in December 2015. He also works full time at Entuitive, a structural engineers firm, as a technologist on the special projects and restoration team. Outside of work Caleb has volunteered in youth ministry for the past 6 years. He is truly passionate about bring new hope and life to individuals who's lives have been stripped away from them.
HealthCare Coordinator | Board Member
Rachel is a recent graduate from Trinity Western University’s nursing program. During her time at TWU, she participated in a trip that went to the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, and then lead a similar trip a year later that focused on human trafficking and prostitution in the Vancouver area. She was also part of multiple street ministries, and is currently volunteering at one in Vancouver that ministers to the women who are working on the streets. Rachel works as a registered nurse at, helping in decisions, projects the lighthouse move forward in, and is also doing research for Lighthouse For new practices of Health care, and rehibilation.
Chief Writing Editor
Ryan Sclater, is just beginning his journey as a part of Lighthouse Voyage. From Port Coquitlam, BC. At school, he studied English and devoted five years to the Spartan Men’s Volleyball team, and now he finds himself as The Writer and Chief Editor for Lighthouse. As he simultaneously pursue a professional volleyball career in Germany. It has always been quite clear to him that God has created him with a strong love for language and story. He excited to bring the stories of our work in India to life and try to connect people with people in need of active and intervening love in India.
Bailea, she is passionate about dancing, people, and justice enthusiast. Her heart breaks for the oppressed and she believe that we will see change in communities of oppression and hurt. She is a huge advocate of sharing our dreams, and stories! Love is not measures in reciprocity is the statement she lives by, because, above all else, Her mission is to love others well, regardless of anything. She can't wait to hear about your heart and passions.
Kirstie is passionate adventurer, fascinated in discovering beauty in people and places. She desire for everyone to feel valued and to know that they are worthy of being loved and listened to. She strongly believe that everyone's voice needs to be heard, and endeavour to stand in the gap for those who struggle to be heard and valued in our world. Kirstie would love to connect and hear how your skills and passions in life would enable greater influence for Lighthouse Voyage and the lives of the vulnerable boys and girls being rescued from human slavery.