Eunice Kang

Eunice Kang is a #1 best-selling children’s author and president of Mighty Fortress Press, an independent book publishing company.  

“Mama, What If?” is the first book of “A Mama & Me Book” series for early readers geared toward children aged 1-6 years old. She is currently working on the second book of the series about the fruits of the Spirit and is passionate about providing more books with a focus on Christian education.

A Los Angeles native, Eunice is also an adjunct professor at El Camino College and lives in Torrance, California with her husband and two children.


Austin Graff

Austin Graff leads talent marketing, brand, and social media at The Washington Post. He is also a contributing writer about parenting and travel. Austin started his career leading social media and celebrity relations for International Justice Mission (IJM), the world's largest anti-trafficking organization. He went onto the for-profit sector leading digital and influencer marketing for Coca-Cola’s Honest Tea brand, America's #1 organic bottled iced tea company. After growing up in Russia and Kazakhstan, Austin returned to the USA for university. He proudly lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, daughter, and two roommates.


Terry Looper

Terry is the CEO and Founder of Texon LP, a Houston based energy company founded in 1989. Voted #1 in Houston revenue for private companies, Texon has been named one of the region’s “Top Work Places” by the Houston Chronicle. Texon views its core values and employees as the keys to its mission of being the best service provider in its industry.

Terry and Doris, his wife of 50 years, have two married daughters and five grandchildren. With the success of Texon, they have been able to donate 50 percent of their income to mainly Christian organizations since 1998. Terry’s passion is to serve as a mentor to fellow business and nonprofit leaders.

Sacred Pace describes Terry's journey from living for himself to living in God's will, and offers a biblical framework for making large and small decisions in all phases of life.

David Iglesias

Director at Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics, and Economics

David Iglesias’ 30+ year legal career has been exceptionally diverse and global; United States Attorney, U.S. Navy JAG Officer, White House Fellow, college professor of law, free enterprise center director, state prosecutor, military war crimes/terrorism prosecutor, international law instructor in Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe and Asia; civil rights defense attorney, state-wide political candidate, and court-martial defense attorney (he represented legendary Navy SEAL Team Commanding Officer Dick Marcinko). He also defended a Marine in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba that partially inspired the hit movie “A Few Good Men”, was named to Esquire Magazine’s 2009 “Best and Brightest” list and authored the book “In Justice”. He is the son of missionaries and was raised tri-cultural and tri-lingual in Panama and New Mexico. Retired Navy JAG Captain Iglesias is a graduate of a public high school in Santa Fe, Wheaton College and the University of New Mexico School of Law. (2 November 2018)

Tom Lin

Tom Lin, President and Chief Executive Officer

Tom Lin was commissioned as the eighth president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA on August 10, 2016, the first full president to be chosen from InterVarsity staff.

Tom served with InterVarsity/USA from 1994 to 2001, planting new student chapters at Harvard University and Boston University, developing new national fundraising strategies, and designing national training for InterVarsity staff.

From 2002 to 2006, Tom helped establish an evangelical student movement in Mongolia and served as the country director for the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students in Mongolia. Tom and his family moved back to the U.S. in 2006, when he became InterVarsity’s Central Region Regional Director, overseeing undergraduate campus ministry in Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska.

From 2011 to 2016, Tom served as Vice President of Missions and Director of the Urbana Student Missions Conference. He led a team which oversaw 25 short-term urban projects, study abroad ministry, long-term collaborative partnerships in over 100 countries, training students and staff in missions, new global initiatives, and Urbana.

Tom has served as a missions consultant for various organizations and is frequently invited to speak in the U.S. and around the world. From 2005-2014, he served as a trustee and vice-chair of the board of Wycliffe Bible Translators, and has also served on the boards of Missio Nexus and Leadership & Legacy Foundation. He currently serves on the boards of Fuller Theological Seminary, the Crowell Trust, and the Lausanne movement.

Tom is the author of Pursuing God’s Call (2012) and Losing Face, Finding Grace (1996), both published by InterVarsity Press, as well as co-editor of the Urbana Onward book series (2012). He has a B.A. in Economics from Harvard University, and holds an M.A. in Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Tom, his wife Nancy, and their two daughters currently live in Madison, Wisconsin.


Cheryl Bachelder

Former CEO, Popeyes® Louisiana Kitchen, Inc.

Compensation Chair and Director at Pier 1 Imports, Inc.

Author, Dare to Serve: How to drive superior results by serving others

Cheryl Bachelder is a passionate, purpose-led business leader -- the former CEO of Popeyes® Louisiana Kitchen, Inc. Cheryl is known for her crisp strategic thinking, a franchisee-focused approach, and superior financial performance.  Guided by the servant leadership thinking of Robert Greenleaf, she believes highly caring, collaborative leaders with big ambitions for the enterprise, not themselves, generate the conditions for people to perform their best work.

Cheryl served as CEO of Popeyes® Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., a NASDAQ traded company with over 2,600 restaurants in 26 countries, from 2007 to 2017. The story of Popeyes success is chronicled in her book, Dare to Serve: How to drive superior results by serving others. During her tenure, Popeyes’ stock price grew from $11 to $61, at which time the board sold the company to Restaurant Brands International Inc. for $1.8 billion dollars or $79 per share in March, 2017.

Cheryl’s earlier career included brand leadership roles at Yum Brands, Domino’s Pizza, RJR Nabisco, The Gillette Company and Procter & Gamble.

Cheryl is a director and compensation committee chair at Pier 1 Imports, Inc. (PIR). She sits on the advisory board of Procter & Gamble’s franchising venture, Tide Dry Cleaners. She is a member of C200, an organization that fosters, celebrates and advances women’s leadership in business.

Cheryl holds a Bachelor’s and Masters of Business Administration degree from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. She is married 37 years to Chris Bachelder and they have three grown daughters, two terrific son-in-laws, and three handsome grandsons. Cheryl and Chris reside in Atlanta, Georgia and attend Buckhead Church. They are avid learners, fans of the classical education movement, and can always be found reading a good book!

Blog: Serving Performs at www.cherylbachelder.com


Albert Tate | Founder & Lead Pastor of Fellowship Monrovia

Albert Tate is the founder and lead pastor of Fellowship Monrovia. From Sweet Home Church of Christ Holiness USA in Pearl, Mississippi to Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California, Albert Tate has been preaching the Gospel to people of all ages and races. Hearing the call from God, Albert and his wife LaRosa planted Fellowship Monrovia a Gospel-Centered, Multi-Ethnic and Intergenerational church in January 2012.

Albert is a gifted and dynamic communicator who is passionate about sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the local and global church. Albert presents the Gospel to people across the country in academic, retreat and conference settings combining humor and storytelling of God’s amazing grace and love. His unique and passionate style from the pulpit combines inspiration and challenge, laughter and tears as people are engaged at their core. His hope for Fellowship Monrovia is to cultivate a community of disciples that is unleashed to live out the Gospel by Growing in a life of worship, Gathering in community and Giving their lives away on mission.

Albert is married to the love of his life LaRosa Tate who he calls God’s gift of amazing grace in his life – together they have four beautiful children Zoe, Bethan, Isaac and Micah.

Albert serves on the Board of Trustees at Azusa Pacific University & Fuller Youth Institute. He was recently published in Letters to a Birmingham Jail: A Response to the Words and Dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


David Kinnaman | President of Barna Group

David Kinnaman is the author of the bestselling books Good Faith, You Lost Me and unChristian. He is president of Barna Group, a leading research and communications company that works with churches, nonprofits, and businesses ranging from film studios to financial services. Since 1995, David has directed interviews with nearly one million individuals and overseen hundreds of U.S. and global research studies. He and his wife live in California with their three children.