| ||Norbert & Sylvia Kalau|
|Children:||Nadya, Chelsea and Alex|
|Function:||President, PMA Board of Trustees, CEO, Senior Pastor, PMF Pohnpei, Boat Captain: M/V Sea Haven Medical Ship||
Born on Guam, Norbert (Nob) Kalau is second of the three children born to Edmund and Elizabeth Kalau. Nob grew up in Yap and one of his favorite activities was fishing. Thinking to be a fisherman when he grew up, Nob did not think he needed further education. However, he did go to boarding school for missionary children in the Philippines, Faith Academy and graduated from high school in Yuba City. He graduated from Biola University, B.A. Communications and minor in Biblical Studies. He served as a short term missionary with RBMU in Irian Jaya, and did on-the job training with Christoffel Blindenmission on documentary production and with PMA Germany in partner development. After graduation from College, Nob returned to Pohnpei Micronesia to serve with PMA. He volunteered as Bible Study Leader at the local Community College and assisted national staff with PMA construction projects. He traveled on mission trips with his father to learn more about PMA - its mission, vision, values and how PMA is managed. He later became Captain of PMA's medical ship, M/V Sea Haven, having brought the first Sea Haven all the way from California to Pohnpei, Micronesia. He married Sylvia Kunz and they have three children: Nadya, Chelsea and Alex - all born in Micronesia. In his role as President and CEO of PMA, he oversees and directs the entire ministry from Pohnpei, including PMA Philippines. He pastors the local Pacific Mission Fellowship (PMF) on Pohnpei. His God-given goal is "To know Christ and to make Him known". His passion is that all the islands may hear the Gospel. By God's grace, his childhood dream has become a reality - he is a fisher of men. He has served PMA since 1983.
Sylvia Kunz was born in California of German parentage. Together with her brother and sister, she was raised to know Christ and love Him. She accepted the Lord Jesus at age 11 and at age 13, she knew she wanted to become a registered nurse. Brought together by the hand of God, Sylvia is a faithful helpmate to Nob in many ways: wife, mother, nurse, Bible Study Leader, and Sunday school teacher. She also oversees PMA"s Good News Press and serves in the Field Office. She is also hostess to many who visit PMA from around the world. She has served PMA since 1987.