SALT Executive Leadership
Founder & President
Timofey was born in Riga, Latvia and grew up in the Soviet Union. Timofey got this first taste of serving in the 1980’s when he and his family traveled throughout Eastern Europe as music missionaries visiting hospitals, playing in prisons, sharing the gospel and encouraging the persecuted church.
Timofey’s father was one of the founding members of the first non-profit organization in the former Soviet Union which was formed with the specific goal of serving the marginalized.
The Dovgalyuk family moved to the Washington DC area in 1991. Following his graduation from the University of Virginia with a degree in Architecture and a degree in East European Languages and Literature, Timofey and his wife Andrea founded a company in the Northern Virginia Area.
In 2014 Timofey’s father passed away after a long battle with cancer and the Lord called Timofey to take a more active role in ministry.
Timofey is a husband, a father of four and a business leader. He resides Washington, DC.
Co-Founder & Global Director
Gregory Gibson is a global church planting catalyst, gospel entrepreneur, and the founder of Gibson Leadership.
Within his work, Gibson coaches, consults, and trains leaders all over the world in both the church, marketplace, and non-profit space. He has planted churches and started redemptive businesses in Ukraine, throughout Eastern Europe, and the United States, including Washington, D.C. and Tennessee.
He is the author of How to Think Like Jesus and several eBooks on church planting.
Most importantly, he is married to Grace, and he is the proud father of Cora and Iver. They currently reside in North America.
Team Leader, Eastern Europe
Taras is a church planter, educator, and pastor in Ukraine with decades of experience in Ukraine and the surrounding nations. He has planted churches and sent out missionaries all over the world (including North Africa, Asia, and the Middle East).
Board of Directors
Katya was born and raised in Ukraine. In 2010 she moved to the United States. She is a founding member of SALT.
Katya is a professional interpreter with experience in governmental agencies and non-profit sectors. She currently resides in Ukraine.
Kerri is a special education professional in the Washington DC area. Kerri has been on multiple trips to Ukraine where she engaged with local government and non-profits to improve their services as they seek to serve the local families.
Taras is a church planter, educator, and pastor in Ukraine with decades of experience in Ukraine and the surrounding nations.
Linda is a Christian afflicted with Bipolar and Aspergers. Jesus has transformed her life. Linda has traveled to Ukraine 20+ times over the past decade to serve as a missionary and to advocate for the mental health issues. To read more about Linda, visit abnormalmissionary.org.
Todd has over 20 years of experience as an educator and a leader of non-profit movements focused on local church engagement with community. Currently Todd serves as a program manager for the Norhtern Virginia Food Rescue, a non-profit dedicated to reducing hunger by connecting the resources.
Kristin teaches World and Advanced Placement European History at a local Christian school. She has nearly 13 years experience teaching secondary school in both public and Christian schools. Additionally, she has served in multiple leadership roles, both in the schools where she taught and the churches where she and her family attend.