Joe Enlet, MA


m-Joe-EnletJoe Enlet is originally from Chuuk State in the Federated States of Micronesia with lineage on the islands of Weno, Tol, Polle, Kuttu, and Moch. He graduated from Multnomah Biblical Seminary of Multnomah University with a Master of Divinity degree and is currently completing a Doctor of Ministry degree at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. He is the Community Engagement Program Coordinator at Health Share of Oregon ( the largest Coordinated Care Organization in the state of Oregon. He is also the Lead Pastor of Chuuk Logos Community Church ( and director / head instructor for the Chuuk Logos School of Ministry on the campus of Multnomah University in Vancouver, WA. Previously, he served as Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School of Multnomah University where he taught a Cultural Competency class for students in the Master of Arts in Teaching program. He has also served as Community Engagement Liaison and cultural competency consultant for the City of Portland specifically in the City’s public and civic engagement efforts.

Pastor Enlet is actively involved in several community-based organizations in Oregon. He was elected to serve as the next President of the Compact of Free Association (COFA) Alliance National Network commonly known as CANN ( He is on the Board of Directors for the Oregon Community Health Workers Association (ORCHWA), chairs the Policy Committee (, a committee member for the Health Equity and Reform Team of the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO), and volunteers at Living Islands ( a new educational non-profit committed to serving the community of the Marshall Islands as well as other Pacific Islanders.


Position: President
Organization: COFA Alliance National Network (CANN)
Website: LinkedIn | Blog |

Areas of Focus

  • Children, Youth and Families
  • Civic Engagement
  • Culture
  • Education
  • Health
  • Immigration
  • Indigenous Values
  • Religion, Faith


  • Chuukese

Personal Interests

Faith, Religion, Theology, Bible, Biblical Languages, Community organizing, community health, Theology & Culture