2019 Leadership Coaching

The Cape Cod Church summer internship program aims to develop future church leaders who will in turn inspire communities to live fully for God. As part of that mission, we want to give you opportunities to grow your leadership skills through weekly coaching sessions with Senior Pastor Ben Feldott and select marketplace leaders.

The Leadership Coaching Series will give interns the unique opportunity to glean wisdom from a diverse set of Christian leaders. These men and women have experience in leading and effecting change in the church, classroom, missions field, business sector, and beyond.

The 2019 Summer Coaching Schedule: Monday's 7pm-9pm                                                    (Pizza and introductions at 6:30pm)

  • June 3rd Mark Albers
  • June 10th Jennifer Merryman’
  • June 17th Dan Frawley
  • June 24th Ben Feldott
  • July 1st Tom Manchester
  • July 8th Ben Feldott
  • July 15th Ben Feldott
  • July 22nd Bryan Pearce
  • July 29th Dick Yue

Below is the 2019 Coaching Team  

               Ben Feldott                      Senior Pastor, Cape Cod Church


Ben Feldott

Ben Feldott is the founding and senior pastor of Cape Cod Church. In 25 years, CCC has grown from two people to over 1,000 people in weekly attendance. Cape Cod Church has connected with their community reaching a largely secular with over 50% of visitors coming from an unchurched background. Read more about Pastor Ben Feldott here.


               Dick Yue                      Professor, MIT & Originator of MIT OpenCourseWare


Dick Yue

Dick K. P. Yue has been a faculty member at Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Engineering since 1983, and received his degrees (S.B., S.M., and Sc.D.) in Civil Engineering from MIT. 

Professor Yue served as Associate Dean of Engineering from 1999-2007. During that time, he originated the MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) concept, and played a major role in its adoption and successful implementation by MIT. Since its launch in 2001, MIT OCW has transformed the global higher education landscape. To date, MIT OCW has been translated into several major languages, has been accessed by over 100 million educators and learners worldwide, and has inspired and launched an international consortium (more than 200 institutions of higher learning from 47 countries) devoted to open educational resources. Finally, the introduction of OCW laid the foundation for the potentially revolutionary educational impact of today's Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Gospel Implications

OpenCourseWare has made high quality education accessible for free all over the world. Dr. Yue uses the OCW model to spark ideas for Christian education, training, and evangelism. The new global generation is heavily influenced and connected by the Internet, and the church must seize this opportunity to think and act creatively and generously to reach the world with the Gospel.

Dr. Yue  is the Philip J. Solondz Professor of Engineering, the Skolkovo Foundation Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Professor of Mechanical and Ocean Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The Yues reside in Weston and Falmouth, Massachusetts where they have been a part of Cape Cod Church since its earliest days meeting in a storefront. Dick also serves on the Cape Cod Church Executive Team.


                   Jennifer *                         CEO, Children in Christ


Jennifer *

* Full name withheld for security purposes.

Jen serves as pro bono CEO for CHILDREN IN CHRIST   ("CIC”), a ministry focused on reaching and maturing children with God's Love and Word so they can lead others to Christ. The ministry currently serves 20 African countries across the 10/40 Window, with over 18,000 inspired and equipped indigenous local church pastors and volunteers ministering to over 200,000 children weekly.  CIC operates at the core of engagement with Muslims and many of these precious children come from over 100 of the most unreached people groups in the world.  By God’s grace, over 78,527 children received Christ as Lord and Savior in 2015 alone.

Prior to serving in CIC, Jennifer was a homeschooling mom focused on nurturing and discipling her three children, using her spare time to serve the local church and provide pro bono consulting services to various Christian ministries. Before homeschooling, Jennifer served as marketing director and product manager for Bayer, Johnson & Johnson and General Mills.

Jennifer received her BA from Yale University and MBA from Harvard University.  She, her husband Adrian, and their three children lived in Tanzania, East Africa for several years and currently works out of the United States.





             Mark Albers                  Senior Vice President, Exxon Mobil


Mark Albers

Mark W. Albers has spent a long career with Exxon Mobil, working his way to the highest ranks of one of the world's largest companies.

Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and raised in Texas, Mark joined the company in 1979 and holds a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University. Throughout his career, Mark has held a variety of managerial positions in development, operations, production, and engineering. After several assignments in Texas and New Jersey, in 1991 he was transferred to Esso Australia in Melbourne as technical manager, and later became operations manager. He later held positions as Alaska Interests manager and production manager for the Western US, and vice president of the Africa, Chad/Nigeria regions.

In 2007, Mark was named Senior Vice President of Exxon Mobil. Mark's experience with the corporation has put him in front of world leaders to negotiate billion dollar contracts. At the same time, it has also taught him a lifetime of lessons on the fusion of faith and leadership that he loves to share with others. 




           Dan Frawley             Head of Falmouth Ventures


Dan Frawley

Dan Frawley graduated from the United States Naval Academy and started his career as a Naval fighter pilot. After leaving the military, he attended Harvard Business School (MBA), which launched an entrepreneurial career than has spanned the past 25 years. 

Dan has started and successfully led three separate companies (now each part of publicly traded corporations). He now leads a venture capital fund, investing in and coaching leaders and young businesses across America. Dan has a passion for identifying and developing young leaders, which he is excited to share with our summer interns.



           Tom Manchester             Senior Vice President, Integrated Marketing, Dunkin' U.S.


Tom Manchester

Tom is the Senior Vice President at Dunkin Brands. Over his 17-year career at Dunkin’, Mr. Manchester has led the brand’s sports marketing initiatives and developed its sports strategy built on engaging storytelling and innovative partnerships. He directed Dunkin’s sponsorships of the NHL, NWHL and U.S Women’s National Hockey Team, while two marketing campaigns featuring the brand’s professional athlete partners earned three Clio Awards for creative excellence. Prior to joining Dunkin’, Mr. Manchester held management positions at both The Gillette Company and Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.

Tom also serves on the Executive Team at Cape Cod Church and heads up our free Summer Soccer Camps.



           Bryan Pearce             Partner & EY Global Leader - Entrepreneurship


Bryan Pearce

Bryan Pearce is EY Global Leader – Entrepreneurship, overseeing EY Entrepreneur Of The Year, the world’s most prestigious business awards program for entrepreneurs. For more than 30 years, EY Entrepreneur Of The Year has celebrated those who are building and leading successful, growing and dynamic businesses, recognizing them through regional, national and global awards programs in more than 145 cities in more than 60 countries. This program culminates each June with the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year Forum and Award gala in Monaco.  This role has allowed Bryan to build a network of close business and personal relationships with outstanding entrepreneurs around the world and a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities they face.  

Most recently he has captured his insights into the world’s leading entrepreneurs through his co-authorship of the book “Daring to compete” published by Wiley. Bryan shares his knowledge of entrepreneurship, start-ups and venture financing as a commentator in the media, including Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, CNN Money, Inc., and CBS. He also lectures on these topics at the university level and is a frequent conference speaker.

A passionate believer in the power of entrepreneurship at all levels, Bryan has served as Chair of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in New England, is an active member of Vistage International and manages EYs relationship with Endeavor.

Bryan graduated from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, and he currently sits on the Ivey Business School Advisory Board, and is a Canadian Chartered Professional Accountant.



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