Chairman of the Board
Laurence (Larry) H. Powell is the president of Powell Family Enterprises, LLC, a private equity investment company in Atlanta, Georgia. He served as president of Powell & Company Insurance from 1978 to 1991, when it sold to AON Risk Services, Inc. of Georgia, a subsidiary of AON.
Larry has invested in and served on the boards of a number of private companies. He currently serves as chairman of the board of Generous Giving and as a trustee of the Maclellan Foundation. He received a BBA from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Georgia State University. Larry and his wife, Betsy, reside in Atlanta.
Hugh O. Maclellan, Jr., serves as president of The Maclellan Foundation in Chattanooga, Tennessee, a 60-year old world leader in Christian grant making. He received a BA from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Finance.
The Maclellan Foundation's mission is to aggressively leverage The Great Commission by working with over 1,000 organizations worldwide. For the past 20 years, Hugh and the Foundation have initiated and hosted World Strategy Conferences and Global Briefings to help Christian major donors see what God is doing around the world and how to be part of it.
Hugh has also served as chairman of The Jesus Film Development Board for 12 years and is an elder at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church. Hugh and his wife, Nancy, have 4 children and 14 grandchildren and live on Lookout Mountain, Tennessee.
David H. Wills has been the president of The National Christian Foundation (NCF), based in Atlanta, Georgia, since 1998. His passions are centered on generosity and eternity; therefore, he invests his time helping others "lay up treasure in heaven" (Matt. 6:19-21). Founded in 1982, NCF and its 35+ affiliates across the country currently hold over $1 billion and serve over 7,500 families by providing innovative giving solutions and tools to help them maximize their resources to further Kingdom purposes. David has practiced law since 1988 focusing on the areas of charitable gift planning, exempt organizations (specifically in the public and private foundation arenas), estate planning, and fiduciary related matters.
Wills is the co-author of two books, Investing in God's Business and Family Money, as well as numerous articles and lectures throughout the country. He earned a BBA and a J.D. from Baylor University and completed post-graduate work at Dallas Theological Seminary. David serves on numerous boards, including Generous Giving, Hope for the Heart, Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), and the ProVision Foundation. Originally Texas natives, David and his wife, Chris, live on a farm north of Atlanta with their seven children.