Pastor Tut Keat is the volunteer executive director. He came to the US as a refugee in 2000. He moved to Papillion in 2006 and was employed by First Data. He received his AA from Western Iowa Community College in 2009. Then he studies at Nebraska Christian College for three years, became a minister, and started a local congregation. He currently works as a taxi driver 5 nights per week for 12 hours per night and does NLFA work during the daytime.
NLFA is focused on serving the South Sudanese community with the goal of helping people integrate more effectively into the US society and culture. It currently operates an after school program, a basketball program for young boys and girls, ESL classes for adults, and Sudanese language classes for youth.