Sean Klamm is a young filmmaker, photographer extraordinaire, and teacher who has a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications from Lee University, and in 2016 earned a Master’s degree in Special Education from the Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois. He has served in an AIDS orphanage in South Africa with a team from his college, has produced videos to promote the recovery and rebuilding needs of communities in the Philippines hard hit by Typhoon Haiyan, and currently is a Special Needs educator at an inner city high school in the south side of Chicago. He loves to bring joy and laughter into the lives of children who really need it.
As member of The Moody Church of Chicago, Sean sensed God’s call to be used in the disaster relief efforts in the Philippines when Dr. Erwin Lutzer mentioned the church’s involvement through Pastor Levi Velasco during a sermon one Sunday in November 2013. As a GLINTS short-termer, Sean served for three months in 2014 in Central Philippines and produced three videos for PCEC-PhilRADS, a partner-ministry of GLINTS. Check out his amazing experience via his Philippines blog: http://www.seanklamm.com/#Blog
Sean considers his call to teach in the inner city of Chicago as his present assignment. You can support Sean in prayer and finances as he ministers to special needs teens and their families, and as he looks forward to missions assignments outside the US that will strengthen his skills and increase his cross-cultural competency!