CFB Fellows

The Fellows of the Center for Faithful Business are scholars or practitioners in the field of Faith and Work or Faith and Business who affirm and advance the mission of the Center.

Katherine Leary Alsdorf

Founding director, Redeemer’s Center for Faith & Work; co-author (with Tim Keller), Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s

Chris Armstrong

Program Fellow in Faith, Work, and Economics for the Kern Family Foundation, and Senior Editor of Christian History magazine

Luke Bobo

Director of Bioethics/Assistant Professor (Kansas City University); visiting professor of contemporary culture, Covenant Seminary; author, Stories, Statistics, Solutions: Toward Understanding and Including People with Disabilities in Faith Communities; Race, Economics, and Apologetics; Worked Up: Navigating Calling After College; and Living Salty and Light-Filled Lives in the Workplace

Uli Chi

Senior Fellow, Fuller Seminary’s De Pree Center for Leadership; Sessional Faculty, Regent College’s Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology and Society

Chi-Ming Chien

Principal and Co-Founder, Dayspring Partners, a San Francisco digital consultancy firm

Denise Daniels

Hudson T. Harrison Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship, Wheaton College; author, Working in the Presence of God

Bruno Dyck

Norman Frohlich Professorship in Business Sustainability, University of Manitoba; author, Management and the Gospel: Luke’s Radical Message for the First and Twenty-First Centuries and Management: Financial, Social, and Ecological Well-Being

Al Erisman

Co-Chair, Theology of Work Project; former Technology Director, Boeing; author of numerous books including The ServiceMaster Story

Steve Garber

Senior Fellow for Vocation and the Common Good for the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, and Senior Advisor “Economics of Mutuality”; author, Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good

David Gill

Executive director, Workplace 313; former professor of Christian ethics at New College Berkeley, North Park University, St. Mary’s College, and Gordon-Conwell Seminary; author of nine books, including It’s About Excellence: Building Ethically Healthy Organizations

Jeff Haanen

CEO and Founder of Denver Institute for Faith & Work, an educational nonprofit; author, An Uncommon Guide to Retirement: Finding God’s Purpose for the Next Season of Life

Dave Hataj

President, Edgerton Gear, Inc.; author, Good Work

Helen Hayes

Founder, CEO of Activate Work; Founder, Colorado Inclusive Economy Movement; former portfolio manager at Janus Worldwide Fund

Henry Kaestner

Co-founder, Faith Driven Entrepreneur and Faith Driven Investor; Co-founder, Bandwidth/Republic Wireless and Sovereign’s Capital; co-author Faith Driven Entrepreneur

Michaela O’Donnell Long

Executive Director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership; Assistant Professor of Marketplace Theology at Fuller Seminary; author, Make Work Matter: Your Guide to Meaningful Work in a Changing World

Will Messenger

Executive Editor, Theology of Work Project

Jason Myhre

Founding Member and Director of Advocacy at Eventide Asset Management; Executive Director of the Eventide Center for Faith & Investing

Mitchell Neubert

Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business and Professor of Management at Baylor; regular contributor to scholarly journals; co-author of the textbook Organizational Behavior

Barry Rowan

EVP & CFO, Gogo (Business Aviation inflight internet); Chair, Harvard Business School Christian Fellowship & Alumni Association; Trustee, Gordon College

Linda Rowan

Chair, Amigos de Jesus Home for Children in Honduras; World Vision National Leadership Council; Board Member, Legatus Denver

Amy Sherman

Senior Fellow and Director, Sagamore Institute’s Center on Faith in Communities; author, Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good

Eric Stumberg

Co-Founder|CEO TengoInternet; President, Patio Ranch; Mentor, Praxis Labs

John Terrill

Executive Director, Stephen & Laurel Brown Foundation, Madison, Wisconsin

Jeff Van Duzer

Former Dean, School of Business Government, and Economics at Seattle Pacific University; author, Why Business Matters to God

Missy Wallace

Managing Director of Redeemer City to City and its Global Faith and Work Initiative; formerly founder, Nashville Institute for Faith and Work