About

I founded Help One Now after meeting a starving young orphan at an abandoned gas station in Zimbabwe. I was compelled to dedicate my life to seeking justice by empowering high-capacity local leaders to care for orphans and vulnerable children, and to help them see their communities transform. My passion is organizing tribes of everyday people—people like you!—to partner with global movements that do good.

I’m available to speak at conferences and churches (you can find more information about that here), and I also coach leaders who are looking to launch, grow, and sustain their organizations well.

I live in downtown Raleigh with my wife, two daughters, and a German Shepherd pup named Skye.