Ken Cochrum:

“I’ve been observing leaders and studying leadership for over a quarter of a century. I’ve witnessed good leaders, bad leaders, great leaders and a handful of extraordinary leaders. It’s my conviction that anyone can lead well within their sphere of influence if they care enough about people and keep learning.”

Chelsea Morrell:

Chelsea is a student at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and has been actively using social media to communicate more effectively with students inside and outside Campus Crusade for Christ.

Keith Seabourn:

“I enjoy exploring how to use the amazing communication technologies available today to help people connect with living truth.”

Matt McComas:

“I help lead the Campus Crusade for Christ ministry in Portland, Oregon. I’m a husband and a father. I love trying new things and I’m passionate about seeing lives changed as they encounter the person of Christ.”

Kelly Cain:

“I’m enjoying life, being newlywed, spending time with Jesus, blogging, my new Canon T1i, redecorating, craigslisting, etsy, cooking, couponing, music, my iphone, graphic design, and a few things in between.”

Barbara Francis:

Barbara Francis is a dynamic Bible teacher who makes the scriptures come alive. Her conversational style, humor, and captivating stories leave audiences feeling as if she is speaking personally to them. She communicates God’s truth and grace into people’s lives, no matter where the individuals are in their spiritual journey and no matter the venue

Russ Martin:

“I married my best friend one year ago and love waking up each day to a new adventure with Meredith. We enjoy exercise, hiking and making yearbooks on iPhoto. My strengths are in organizational leadership and solving problems (occasionally stirring the pot to create more). I believe strongly that leadership is influence and that strong leadership is critical to seeing the kind of change I want in the world.”

Benson Hines:

“In the last few years, I’ve visited around 300 campuses and discussed college ministry with over 400 individual leaders. My main goal is to help develop the work of College Ministry as a whole – step by step, exploration by exploration, project by project.”

Julie Hufstetler:

“I spend time raising 3 boys and loving my husband, a US Navy Pilot. I’m a nature-lovin’, wanna be gardener, vintage jewelry wearing, small town, introspective, yoga-doing, loving life woman.”

Marilyn Adamson:

“As you know, the Internet is permanently part of students’ lives. It is where students live. And, it is time for us to use the Internet, in effective ways, to win>build>send student leaders. I believe, as we share our thoughts and passions with like-minded leaders, we will see God build student-led movements in an exponential way, worldwide.”

Brian Virtue:

I currently serve primarily in an Asian-American contextualized ministry (Epic Movement). I’ve been in college ministry for twelve years now that has included significant stops at Stanford University and as a short-term missions coordinator. I received a Masters Degree in Transformational Servant Leadership in 2007 through Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. I’m currently a couple classes shy of a Masters of Divinity through Bethel and will complete the program sometime in the 2010-2011 school year. Despite my love for these themes I have a greater passion for my wife Christine and my family. I have two kids – Morgan (5) and Colin (2).”

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