Aly Yohn
Praying has been a part of Aly’s world for as long as she can remember! She began starting prayer groups nearly 35 years ago, and is thrilled to have prayed with women from all over the globe. One of her favorite God assignments in life was living overseas in China for several years where God lavished on her a love for the Chinese people and for missions and where she was able to host an international prayer gathering with women from 5 different continents! For her, that brought to life one of her life verses… Isaiah 56:7- “For my house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations.”
Her favorite role is still as wife and mom! She and her husband, Rick, currently call Central Florida home and are thrilled to be able to open up their home regularly to host dozens of pastors and missionaries from all over the globe!  Her six kids (2 of which are wonderful bonus kids who married in)  consume a lot of her prayer time! And still like to joke about the fact that they are the only people they knew who had to pray for Iranian dictators at the dinner table.  Most recently, Aly took on a new role for the first time as “Grandma” and is loving it!

Kellee Katagi

When Kellee was just a little thing, her parents and pastor prayed over her, asking the Lord to miraculously heal a hole in her eardrum that was likely to lead to deafness. He answered, to the amazement of her doctor—and to Kellee herself. Since then, she’s been a committed pray-er. She especially likes praying with her Prayer Sisters or as she goes on walks—or best of all: when she goes on walks with her Prayer Sisters. Kellee’s frequent prayer topics include her family (her handsome husband, Wes, and her lively (and lovely) children: 12-year-old Shaelyn, 11-year-old David, and 10-year-old A.J.), her job as a freelance writer and editor, and her work with the youth at her church. Her passion is for people to know and love Jesus, and to that end, she’s been known to “adopt” people ranging from family members to terrorists (fortunately she doesn’t have any family members who are terrorists) for long-term prayer. Let her know if you have anyone you’d like her to add to her list.


Tamy Elam
Vice President
 Wife, mother of six children, homeschool mom for 16 plus years, and a woman who has been saved and helped and loved by Jesus. Growing up through many hardships, as a small child until today, prayer is something the Lord has ministered to her heart remarkably and most intimately through.  Christ has rescued and healed her and it is through His rescue that she has had the privilege of being a part of teams bringing help and hope to the marginalized. She’s been on teams hosting women’s conferences in Amman, Jordan; Bethlehem, Israel; and in Syrian refugee camps.  She’s served and ministered to women in Alaska as well as orphans and needy in the Baja Peninsula of Mexico. Her deepest joy outside of loving her family, is coming alongside and helping women discover the deep love Christ has for them through scripture and prayer. She’s thrilled to be a part of seeing women reach new depths of their spiritual growth.  Bible studies, prayer groups, women’s retreats, are some of the ways she’s enjoyed helping women remove obstacles in their hearts that keep them from experiencing the fullest joy and victory in their life with Christ. 
Anna Ceravolo
Social Media Director
Anna is our resident, passionate college student! She is the leader of our first Prayer Sisters college group at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida! Anna is studying secondary education and is excited to make an impact in the lives of students and more! Growing up in a house of pray-ers it was hard not to catch the vision and thus, Anna has been praying like a warrior since age 5!  Her favorite verse is Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future”.  When she isn’t working on Social media for Prayer Sisters, you can find her doing one of her many hobbies; running,  drinking Dunkin’ Donuts iced coffee, going to the beach, or just hanging out with friends. 

Lindsey Ceravolo
Web Content Designer
Wife.  Crohn’s disease survivor.  Infertility warrior.  Lindsey has prayed her way through 6 years of marriage, 10 years of chronic illness, surgery, 3 years TTC, 2 IVF cycles and all of the ups and downs of life as a 30-something.  Finding joy in the everyday simple pleasures and being intentional about focusing on all that God has given us.  She loves coffee, fresh flowers and cooking.  Lindsey has a passion for nutrition, health and praying for those that are suffering.