Sam Bradshaw founded Triad Energy Corporation, an independent oil and gas production and exploration company.  Triad operated as a private entity for almost twenty-eight years.  The principal assets of Triad were sold in October 2011 and Sam is now primarily an investor in various aspects of the energy business through Triad and is an individual investor in the broader financial markets.  He met his life partner when he was 15 and Linda was 14 and they have been married 50 years.  They have two adult children and eight grandchildren.  Sam serves on the boards of several Christian ministries.  Sam and Linda are actively involved in the life of Grace Presbyterian Church serving in various capacities since joining in 1980.


Ashley Clark 

saw generosity modeled first by her parents and subsequently by her husband, George. Their family considers ministering in God's kingdom a gracious privilege. Outside the home, Ashley taught preschool and worked as an interior designer. She volunteers at The Kinkaid School in various capacities and has participated in many Bible studies. Ashley has been involved with The Generous Giving Initiative, The Trinity Forum, The Children's Fund of Houston, National Charity League and Family Legacy Ministries. She serves on the board of 100 Shares Houston (a giving circle) and Family Dance of Houston where she is currently its president. Ashley graduated from The Kinkaid School and received a B.S. in Organizational Communications from The University of Texas. She and George have been married for 24 years and are the parents of Elizabeth, 20 and George, 17.

  Waters Davis is President of National Christian Foundation Houston.  Waters has spent most of his business career in Houston working in real estate, private equity, and different facets of the energy business.  Waters has worked in leadership positions as a consultant with McKinsey and executive positions of large organizations including Reliant Energy where he was President of the Retail Energy Division at the time of electricity deregulation in Texas in 2002 as well as several smaller organizations including D2C Technology and Spark Energy. He previously served as an Executive Advisor with CCMP Capital Advisors and serves on the boards of several companies including ESOL, Targa Corporation, and Milacron. Waters has an undergraduate degree in Architectural Engineering from The University of Texas and an MBA from Harvard Business School.  He has a passion for discipleship and equipping the Body of Christ to raise up fruit bearing disciples.  Waters believes God has “called” him to his current position at NCF and considers it an honor and privilege to serve the kingdom in this way.  Waters is actively involved at Chapelwood Methodist Church.  He is married to Karen and has two sons.
  Kathleen Hayes is Senior Consultant, Wealth Management at Merrill Lynch; she joined the firm in 1980.  She earned her master’s degree from the University of Central Florida. Kathleen is a charter member of the Merrill Lynch Christian Focus Group  She serves on the Finance Committee of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart and on the Advisory Board of the Houston Symphony.  Kathleen and her husband Dick live in Houston. They have four adult sons, three daughters-in-law, one grandson and one granddaughter. 
  Mike Mulcahy is Chairman of the Board of National Christian Foundation Houston. Mike is President, COO and Director of Bridgeway Capital Management and President and Director of the Bridgeway Funds in Houston. He is a member of Cornerstone Community Bible Church in Sugar Land. He also serves on the Board of Living Water International. Mike holds a BS from Texas A&M and an MBA from Harvard. He and his wife Eileen have four children. 

Rick Walker is Founder and CEO of Omega Services Group and GreenEfficient, companies which operate in the commercial facilities maintenance industry in over 100 cities.  Rick serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations with missions and operations in over 120 countries.  Rick and his wife Shannon live in Kingwood with their three daughters. 

  David Wills is passionate about generosity and eternity, so he invests his time helping others lay-up treasure in heaven and taking hold of life that is truly life. Since 1998, he has served as the President of National Christian Foundation. Under his leadership, NCF has become the largest Christian grant making foundation in the world. David is the co-author of two books, Investing in God’s Business and Family.Money and numerous articles. David serves on several boards, including Generous Giving (of which he is also a co-founder), Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, ProVision Foundation, Tim Tebow Foundation, and Chick-fil-a Foundation. He also serves as North American Chairman for the Lausanne Resource Mobilization Working Group. Texas natives, David and his wife Chris, live on a farm north of Atlanta with their seven children.
  Jim P. Wise is a native Houstonian, has been a Managing Director for Haddington Ventures LLC, a midstream private equity firm for the past 12 years. He and Jane Wise have been married 51 years, have two children and 5 grandchildren, reside in Kingwood, Texas where they are members of First Presbyterian Church of Kingwood.  Jim has served as board member of the Salvation Army of Houston for 30 years, is a lifetime Director and Jane is a cofounder of the Women's Auxiliary.  They both have served various charitable and civic organiztions in Houston. Jim has also served on the Board of Regents of the University of Houston where he was a part of the search committee for and hiring of Dr. Renu Khator the current Chancellor.
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