“When you were born, you cried and everybody else was happy. The only question that matters is this – when you die, will you be happy when everybody else is crying?”   – Tony Campolo

A leader in faith-based and non-profit circles for over twenty years, this is where I shine. I’m passionate about the broken and hurting finding hope for a brighter future through long-term development solutions. I pair a heart of compassion with a desire to gather resources effectively to love our neighbor through a stronger community. I am hands on, committed to achieving the vision laid before me while willing to roll up my sleeves or help with a volunteer project. I enjoy relationship building, vision casting, being in front of a crowd, and a good laugh. I have extensive experience in fundraising, grant writing, strategic planning, fiscal planning/oversight, infrastructure development, program design and evaluation, and staff supervision.


HEROES (In Addition to the above)
Jesus Christ, My wife and boys, My parents, Jackie Robinson, Ron Sider, Clayton Kershaw, Theresa Eshbach, Tony Campolo, Fred Rogers, Tim Whelan, Martin Luther King Jr., Cedra Washington, Dan Eisenhauer, Steve Taylor, Vin Scully, Dwight Ozard, Steve Faus, St. Francis of Assisi, Paul Wessell, Janice Ruhl, Chris Book, Roger Sider, Lou Astuto and many other family, friends and colleagues…my life is a rich tapestry of so many wonderful influences

Running, Music, Comedy, Time with my wife and boys, Baseball, Time with friends, Reading, Trains

Married to my rock, Elizabeth, for 25 years and have two boys ages 12 and 10.

I’ve called Harrisburg, Pennsylvania my home for 25 years, but am thankful for an upbringing that broadened my perspective on the world. I was born in Choma, Zambia and also fondly recall my growing up years in Pasadena, California and Lancaster, Pennsylvania.