Daniel and Rachel Graham serve with Christian Veterinary Mission in Uganda. Daniel attended Oregon State University for both undergraduate and professional studies, receiving his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. He then went on to complete a Postgraduate Certificate in International Animal Health from the University of Edinburgh in 2010. He practiced as a small animal veterinarian in Oregon City for a year and a half.
Rachel earned her B.S. in Business Administration from Warner Pacific College in 2007. She worked in non-profit administration for many years then served with Christian Missionary Fellowship in Mexico City from 2009-2010. She returned to Warner Pacific College as a financial aid counselor while she and Daniel married in March 2011 and made preparations to move to Uganda.
In 2012, Daniel and Rachel joined the Community Livestock-Integrated Development (CLIDE) Consultancy which works primarily among the Karamojong people of NE Uganda. Shortly after moving to Uganda, Nathan, joined their family in 2014. Since then, they have transitioned to a separate ministry, partnering with a local church. In 2017, they opened a School of Ministry in Soroti.
The Grahams served in Uganda until 2021 at which point they returned to the US where they now serve from Portland, Oregon as CVM staff and through the local church.
Dr. Daniel Graham works for Christian Veterinary Mission as the Mission Mobilization Strategist.
Rachel Graham works for Christian Veterinary Mission as Customer Relations Coordinator.