Nila Osline has spent many years in the Christian Ministry and Educational space, in key roles where she has launched and led programs that connect the organization’s Core Mission to its public constituency.
Within EquipNet, Nila ensures great care is given to both our Missionaries and their donors, by managing the daily donation process, banking and customer support to Missionaries and their donor teams around the world.
Nila has been involved in the arts all her life. After graduating university with a degree in Art History from CSUF, she began her career by managing the renown photographic gallery BC Space in Laguna Beach. During this time her own photographic work was shown in multiple galleries in Southern California.
The next phase of her creative life took her into the world of computer graphics. Working for a pioneering video production company, she was one of the earliest artists working in the 2D and 3D animation industry. With the advent of powerful desktop computers, she began her own consulting company producing animated graphics for the automotive, healthcare, and aerospace industries.
While homeschooling her children, Nila continued her freelance work and designed websites for many organizations and start-ups in Silicon Valley.
In 2013 she was one of the individuals who launched the Center for Christianity, Culture and the Arts at BIOLA University. She continues her work for the CCCA and on its online Advent and Lent projects which currently reaches a subscriber base of over 50,000 people from all over the world.
Nila continues creating new art, currently combining photographic sun prints with computer manipulation.