I am saved. This is the common introduction that people use in Kenya. I find it very appropriate to begin an introduction with the thing that most identifies you. Not where you’re from, what you do, but truly, who you are. I am a follower of Jesus Christ.
I have one wife. You also have to specify “one” in Kenya. Lindsay is the greatest joy and rock of my life. She builds me up when I’m discouraged and keeps me humble when I’m proud. I love her even more when I see how she parents our daughter - she is an amazing mother! I would not be who I am without her. She is also an incredibly talented graphic designer and almost everything you see on this site and careforaids.org is thanks to her.
I have one daughter. I’m a goner. Addie has me completely wrapped around her finger. Her fun-spirited, strong-willed personality is so much like her mom. She is three years old and we also have a son on the way.
I am the Co-Founder and CEO of CARE for AIDS. CARE for AIDS is a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides holistic care to families affected by HIV/AIDS in East Africa. To read more about us click here.
Other details about me:
My family and I live in the Grant Park neighborhood of Atlanta, GA.
We are members of Renovation Church. The mission of the church is to see the world awakened to the wonder of God and his transcultural church. That is something I can get behind!
Lindsay and I did our undergraduate studies at Vanderbilt University. Go Dores!
I received my MBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University. What is our mascot again?
One of my passions is traveling. I have been to 6 continents and 40+ countries (believe it or not, my last continent to travel to is not Antarctica).
Other hobbies include golf, disc golf, and ultimate Frisbee.