Clint's strategic and philanthropic leadership has been proven in multiple environments, including church, university, medical research, global ministry, school, corporate, and legal settings.Adept at facilitating partnerships and continuous process improvement, he helps organizations improve their systems and capacity in creative and vital ways.As a recognized thought leader, he leads a team of “navigators” who work with over 400 church teams a year to create break-thru clarity and execute their vision.Will’s previous work experience includes more than 20 years in ministry that grew out of his earlier career as a chemical engineer and ad agency executive. I’m not gonna sit there and ask him every two seconds. I don’t know if I’m allowed to say, but we do get to see each other and it’s been way more intimate and way more real since the show because you don’t have all these other women getting in the way. But just like with anybody, when you hear a rumor you just ask like, “Hey what’s going on? He said Evelyn’s a friend of his, they didn’t have anything and they’re friends. If someone tells you something, you just have to believe them. Rubi might be in for some bumps in this relationship as one of the show’s contestants, Heather, gave an interview to Bossip, during which she claimed Chad was still trying to hook up with her after eliminating her on the show.Jim has demonstrated achievement as a strategic thinker with a unique ability to bring a group of people to a deep sense of personal ownership and passion. Jim lives just outside of Orlando in Merritt Island, FL with his wife and son.
He brings a breadth of leadership and church growth knowledge from his proficiency of coaching senior pastors and multiple church staffs in the vision arena, especially around organizational clarity, ministry alignment, and team synergy.
He received his bachelor’s in business administration and marketing from Baylor University, master’s in educational psychology from Baylor, and Ph. in educational administration and continuous process improvement from Texas A&M University.
Clint and his wife Kindra have been married 25 years and live near Dallas, Texas where they attend and volunteer at The Village Church.
A Certified Fund Raising Executive, Clint has served successful campaigns ranging from million to 7 million.
Past roles have included: COO and vice president of finance & development for America’s Family Coaches, chief development officer for Sky Ranch, director of development at Baylor College of Medicine, assistant vice president and chief development officer at Houston Baptist University, and consultant to the President at the Texas A&M Foundation.