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Marley, PhilInterim Vice President of Advancement

Philip has worked with non-profit organizations for over 30 years.  He has been working in one way or another at CCCB.  In 1993, he was hired as the Assistant Director of Development. He worked fifteen years for the college leaving as the Vice President of Advancement to start Pomagranite – forward gifting solutions.  Philip has also worked in development at Columbia College and at Show-Me Christian Youth Home.    

 In addition to his two undergraduate degrees, he earned his Master’s in Business Administration from Columbia College in 2009.  He has also earned the Credentialed Christian Nonprofit Leader designation from the Christian Leadership Alliance and Azusa Pacific University.

 Philip is happily married to Theresa, and together they have four children and three grandsons. Philip cherishes his family above all else, but second to God.  Theresa is an Alumnae of CCCB with a degree in Christian Counseling. She currently leads a missionary care ministry called Servant’s Heart Missionary Care. 

 Philip has demonstrated his expertise in coordinating and leading capital campaigns. He has been actively involved with over a dozen major campaigns, all accomplishing expected goals.    

He has worked with several individuals to set up hundreds of thousands of dollars in charitable gift annuities. These investments pay life-time income with very attractive interest rates. Part of the income is tax-free which provides a charitable tax deduction. Ministry is also blessed with a gift. Also, he has assisted in establishing scholarship funds and advised donors about other specialized gift opportunities they might have.

 Phil also is passionate in assisting individuals and families to establish their estate plan. These families receive peace of mind while also providing legacy gifts to ministry. Philip works with Financial Planning Ministry (FPM.org) to assist individuals in creating their estate plan with a Living Trust.