Douglas J. Crozier

President and Chief Executive Officer and Ex Officio Non-Voting Director

Building Buildings and Building People (The Solomon Foundation)

Doug Crozier is the founding Chief Executive Officer of The Solomon Foundation and serves as an “ex officio” non-voting member of the Board. He served as the Chairman of the Denominational Investment and Loan Administrators (DILA) Securities Committee and worked hand in hand with state regulators and other denominational funds to help re-write the North American Securities Administrators Association, Statement of Policy regarding Church Extension Fund Securities in 2002 – 2004. From September 1997 to May 2004 he served as the Chief Operating Officer of Church Development Fund, Inc. in Irvine, CA and he was the President of Church Development Fund, Inc. from May 2004 through October 2010. He formerly served on the Board of Directors of Church Development Fund, Inc. from 1993 to 1997. He was also a founding board member of Stadia and Visioneering.  Over the past 43 years, Doug has held leadership positions in financial and real-estate institutions and served in various ministry leadership roles.  He is currently vice chairman and a board member of Lifeline Christian Mission.  Doug also serves as the Chairman of the board of DDI in Indianapolis.  Doug also serves on the board of CLI Capital, a mortgage REIT.  Doug holds a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  Doug and his wife Julie attend Southeast Christian Church in Parker, CO.