PResident & CEO
Brandon Sieben graduated with a B.S. in finance from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the University of Iowa. He also studied international business at the Universidad de Alicante in Alicante, Spain and Latin American business and culture at the Instituto de Idioma Español in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Brandon is the former president of Allsteel and officer of HNI Corporation, one of the largest manufacturers of office furniture in the world. During his tenure at HNI Corporation (1994-2019), Brandon held multiple senior leadership roles spanning a variety of global and domestic businesses, markets and customers. His broad-based business background includes creating and executing vision and strategy for growth and turnaround companies. Brandon also serves on the board of directors of Central Banc, Inc. in Illinois.
Brandon was raised in a committed Christian family and married his high school sweetheart, Deb. They have three daughters, Kay, Nina, and Georgia, and currently reside in Iowa City, Iowa. They have been applying what the Bible says about handling money their entire marriage and are actively involved in ministry in their local church and community.
After nearly three years in a mentoring relationship with Founder and Chairman Howard Dayton, Brandon joined Compass-finances God’s Way as its President and CEO in September 2019. Brandon is excited to serve Compass in pursuit of its global vision to see everyone, everywhere, faithfully living by God’s financial principles in every area of their lives.
Compass North AMerica
Dan serves as the North American Director for Compass- finances God’s way. He has a passion for discipleship and to free God’s people, rich or poor, from the bondage that comes from loving, trusting & serving the wrong “master”…MONEY not God!
As a gifted speaker and teacher, Dan connects with audiences of all ages conveying practical insight & revelation into God’s word. His wit, humor and candidness will grip inspires the hearts of listeners to fulfill God’s plan for their life. The mix of authenticity & passion engages audiences with laughter and tears, leaving a lasting impression on their heart for years to come!
Dan has been in full time ministry for the majority of his career and in financial ministry since 2004. In 2011 he began leading the North American team for Compass. Dan also served four years as a Christian School Administrator & boys basketball coach. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University and while in college worked for the Ohio State Men’s Basketball program.
He & his wife Cheri live on a farm in Ohio along with their seven sons; Caleb, Joshua, David, Isaac, Jeremiah, Jesse and Noah.
Chief Content Officer
Kyle Hasbrouck graduated from Flagler College in 1997 with a B.A. in communications. After graduating college, he served on Young Life staff for eight years as a church partner in Daytona Beach, Florida and as the Young Life area director in St. Augustine, Florida.
In 2001, Kyle married his wife (Danielle). They were both deeply impacted through their pre-marital counseling by a Crown Financial Ministries small group study. As they started applying God’s Word on finances in their own lives, they began to see the ministry opportunities and the need to take this message of stewardship to others.
In 2004, Kyle felt a calling to join Crown Financial Ministries. From 2004-2010, Kyle served as the area director for Northeast Florida, the district director of Florida and Georgia and later as a development officer for the Crown home office.
In March 2010, Kyle transitioned to Compass-Finances God’s Way to focus on bringing the message of financial Discipleship to people through the life-changing, small group experience. Kyle and Danielle continue to live in St. Augustine, Florida, and he currently serves as the CCO for Compass-Finances God’s Way.
International Managing Director
Dr. Andrés Panasiuk is the son of a Ukrainian family, grew up in a Russian-speaking church, in an Italian neighborhood, in a Latin American country; and is married to an American missionary who grew up in Zimbabwe!
His wife, Rochelle, represents the fourth generation of missionaries and church-planters in her family. Andrés is the third generation of ministers.
Andrés and Rochelle’s multicultural life experience helped them serve the Latin American immigrant community in Chicago in a unique way. God called them to minister for 10 years in one of the most violent neighborhoods in the inner-city. He also became the administrator at the only Spanish-language Christian radio station in the city.
It was out of his experience as a church planter, a senior pastor and broadcaster that Compass Latino and The Institute for Financial Culture were born. What started humbly in a poor, inner-city neighborhood, today has grown to be the most influential stewardship ministry in Latin America.
Andrés is a writer, teacher and beloved conference speaker around the world. He reaches millions of people through his books, radio programs and conferences. Every year, he spends six to eight weeks traveling through Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, China and India. His books on biblical stewardship have been translated to many languages and distributed in European, African, Asian and Latin American countries — including the United States.
Dr. Panasiuk has a degree in communications, with a focus on interpersonal and group communications. He has received two doctorate degrees honoris causa — one in divinity and another in business administration. He, his wife Rochelle and his three children live in Central and Northern Florida.
Founder & Chairman
Howard Dayton graduated from Cornell University and served two and a half years as a naval officer. After developing a railroad-themed restaurant in Orlando, Florida, Howard began his commercial real estate development career in 1972, specializing in office development.
After a business partner challenged him to study the Bible to discover what God teaches about handling money, Howard’s life was profoundly changed. The Lord gave him a passion to share these life-changing principles, resulting in the authorship of five books, Your Money Counts, Free and Clear, Your Money Map, Money and Marriage God’s Way and Business God’s Way. He also has authored six small group studies, including Charting Your Legacy.
Howard founded Crown Ministries in 1985, which merged with Larry Burkett’s ministry in 2000 to form Crown Financial Ministries. During his tenure as CEO, Crown taught more than 50 million people in 88 countries. Howard transitioned from Crown, and in 2009, founded Compass—Finances God’s Way. Compass currently serves in 85 countries. Since beginning in ministry, he has served as a full-time volunteer.
Howard married Beverly in 1971, and they had two children and four grandchildren. Beverly went Home to be with the Lord after a courageous five-year journey fighting breast and bone cancer. Howard married Lynn in 2019. They reside in Central Florida and Charleston, South Carolina. He has led more than 75 financial small groups.
Timothy J. Manor
Timothy Manor graduated from Brown University in 1971 and from the Vanderbilt Law School in 1974. That year, he joined the Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster and Kantor law firm, where he currently serves as a senior partner. Mr. Manor is General Counsel for CNL, one of the nation’s largest privately held real estate investment and development companies with more than $23 billion in assets.
Timothy Manor formerly served on the board of Crown Ministries and has been active in his church and many Christian organizations. He has been married to Beth for 37 years, and they have two children, Marty and Scotty (married to Rebecca).
Paul Rahill currently serves as the President and CEO of The Father’s Table LLC, a leading national cheesecake and snack food producer serving primarily retail grocery stores. The Father’s Table donates 50% of their profits to its Foundation which focuses on engaging, equipping and empowering underserved women and children worldwide.
Previously, he served as an officer of Matthews International (MATW) and Division President of Matthews International Environmental Solutions (2013-2019) where he led a global team of designers, engineers, fabricators and technicians based in North America, Europe, and the United Kingdom. They specialized in project design, manufacture and installation of human and animal cremation equipment, specialized waste incineration systems, environmental control plants and other environmentally focused products and services for the global incineration and cremation industries.
Prior to this role, he served as President of Industrial Equipment and Engineering (IEE), a wholly owned subsidiary of Matthews International after its merger with Matthews in 1996.
From 1985-1996 Paul was a co-owner of IEE — based in Orlando, Florida — which focused on the design and manufacture of innovative and environmentally advanced cremation systems and their installation and service worldwide.
Paul also serves on various boards of faith- and service-based community organizations and non-profit foundations.