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Matt Bennett

Founder and CEO, Christian Union

Cornell BS '88, Cornell MBA '89
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School MDiv '10

Matt Bennett is founder and CEO of Christian Union, a Christian leadership development organization with the mission to bring sweeping spiritual and cultural transformation to our nation and the world by developing and networking Christian leaders to make an impact for Christ. Christian Union focuses its activity on America's most selective and influential universities and on professionals in the nation's key cities.

A native of Houston, Texas, Matt earned BS and MBA degrees from Cornell University and holds a Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He worked for Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru) at Princeton University for 12 years, and developed the ministry into one of the largest in the history of the Ivy League. In 2002, he founded Christian Union. The ministry has been featured in The New York Times, PBS, NPR, Christianity Today, and World Magazine. Matt currently resides in New York City.



Ken Fish

Graduate of Princeton University
Masters of Divinity, Fuller Seminary
MBA, UCLA's Anderson Graduate School of Management

Ken Fish has more than 20 years of experience as a senior executive with Fortune 500 corporations specializing in corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, financial management and organizational transformation.

Throughout his life, Ken has worked with parachurch ministries, and in the 1980s he worked full-time for John Wimber for several years at Vineyard Ministries International (VMI). Among his duties at VMI, he worked on various aspects of the conferences that were a hallmark of the early Vineyard movement, including researching and ghost-writing for John Wimber. He has traveled extensively as a conference speaker, teaching on wide variety of topics ranging from leadership and spiritual formation, church growth and revival, biblical authority and exposition, to prophecy and healing and deliverance.



Liz Green

Princeton University '84

Liz (Stevenson) Green grew up in Niagara Falls, New York. She is the daughter of a Presbyterian minister and learned from her mom and dad to love studying the Bible. She graduated from Princeton University in 1984 with a degree in politics.

At Princeton, Liz was involved in the Princeton Evangelical Fellowship. Upon graduation, Liz worked with Campus Crusade for Christ, now known as Cru, both in Eastern Europe and recruiting for missions on US campuses.

Liz then joined campus staff ministry with Cru at Cornell where she became friends with Matt Bennett. After Cornell, she joined the campus staff at Dartmouth where she met and married her husband, Howard, a doctor and graduate of the US Naval Academy. Liz left Cru staff in 1993. She and Howard had five children, then adopted a baby from China, followed by a sibling group of four from Ethiopia, and finally a sibling group of two, also from Ethiopia. Nine years ago, Liz, Howard, and their 12 children moved to Winchester, Virginia, where they currently reside.

Over the years. Liz has led women’s Bible studies as well as youth and young adult groups. She regularly mentors young women, helping to ground them in the Scriptures and in their walks with Christ. She and Howard periodically lead engaged and married couples through pre- and post-marital counseling.

Liz loves Jesus’ parable about the kingdom of God as a mustard seed from Mark 4:31-32 and Paul’s commission to Timothy in II Timothy 2:2, “and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also,” since they typify the normal way every believer can be part of God’s plan to reach the world with his love and truth.



Paul Horrocks

President and Co-founder, Rocksurance Solutions
Graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
MBA Columbia

Paul Horrocks is the President and Co-founder of Rocksurance Solutions, a marketing automation company serving the financial services industry. Prior to that, Paul was Vice President at New York Life where he managed a portfolio of the company's retirement income products with over $1 Billion in annual sales.

Paul is active in mercy and justice efforts in New York City. He launched Justice NYC, a parachurch organization that challenges men to protect women by ending sexual exploitation. He serves on the board of Hope for New York, an organization that partners with churches to provide volunteers, grants and capacity building expertise to over 40 charities in New York City. He was also a mentor in the Big Brothers program for eight years.



Roland Warren

President and CEO, Care Net
Princeton BA '83
University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School MBA '96

Roland Warren graduated from Princeton University in 1983 and holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Roland is President and CEO of Care Net, a national organization dedicated to building a culture where every woman chooses life for herself and her unborn child. He joined Care Net in November 2012 after serving for more than a decade as the President of National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI). Through Roland's leadership, NFI became the nation's #1 provider of fatherhood resources to communities, schools, prisons, hospitals, businesses, the military, and communities of faith. His media appearances have included The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, CNN, C-SPAN, Dateline NBC, Fox News Channel and Black Entertainment Television. Prior to his tenure at NFI, Roland spent more than two decades in the business sector, having worked for Goldman, Sachs and Co, PepsiCo, and IBM. Roland remains on NFI's executive board, a position he held before being named NFI president. He also served as Associate Director of Development in the Office of Development at Princeton University. Roland and his physician wife Yvette (Princeton 1985) live in Clarksburg, Maryland. They have two adult sons, Jamin and Justin.



Clark Webb

Former Principal, Select Equity Group, Inc.
Princeton BA '03

Clark Webb graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude from Princeton in 2003 where he majored in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.  He played varsity football all four years.  In 2002, Clark was the recipient of Princeton Football Association’s Richard W. Colman Award, awarded annually to the member of the varsity football team who has exhibited a high standard of excellence both on the field and in the classroom.  During his freshman year Clark served as Class President. 

He also served as a member of the University’s Honor Council.  Clark was a member of Cap and Gown Club. Following graduation Clark joined Select Equity Group, Inc. in the asset management industry. He is currently a principal in the firm. Clark was one of three students in the first Christian Union Bible course (2002-2003).   Both natives of Dallas, Texas, Clark and his wife, Adair (Crouch), have three children.  They live in Dallas and attend The Village Church.