Director of Gift Planning
Chris came on board with the Family Research Council in 2008. With over twenty years in the development field, almost all of that time has been in the area of Gift Planning. During his years of service, he has played a significant role in receiving basic outright contributions, complicated assets and everything in between. With The Salvation Army and the American Bible Society, Chris helped donors accomplish personal stewardship goals while underwriting Christian ministry programs that impassion them.
A graduate of Colorado Tech, Chris earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Management. Among his numerous years of specialized training, he completed the National Planned Giving Institute at the College of William and Mary. Through this, Chris has become well versed in a wide variety of opportunities that help donors make simple and sophisticated gift arrangements. Whether it concerns appreciated assets, gifts that pay income to donors, or maximizing complex situations for the benefit of family and ministry, Chris enjoys tackling each issue. He truly views his role in ministry as assisting people in their stewardship planning.
Chris and his wife Dawne have four daughters. Together they are involved in their community and church, where they actively participate in the children's ministry, small group Bible studies and the technical, music and worship arts.