President / Chief Executive Officer
Mark joined CFC in 2007. He has a deep and abiding love for our Lord, a love for children and families, and a passion for excellence. Previously, he served as executive vice president/provost of Phoenix Seminary. He and his wife of over 43 years enjoy their three children and 12 grandchildren, four of which were adopted.
Chief Programs Officer
Pam’s passion is to bring help, healing, and wholeness to hurting children and adults through the opportunity of experiencing quality social and clinical services. She brings seasoned leadership to CFC’s programs and shares her child welfare expertise with various affiliations: Arizona KIDS Consortium, Council on Accreditation, Arizona Foster Family Treatment Association, and Arizona Council of Human Services Providers. She and her husband of over 44 years have two daughters and one granddaughter.
Statewide Director of Foster Care
Jeff holds degrees in Public Health from the University of Minnesota and a Master’s of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary. His experience includes developing Christian mental health centers in both Tucson and Phoenix, and pastoring churches for 12 years in Minnesota and Arizona. He was a child abuse investigator with Arizona’s Child Protective Services for nine years and also worked at CFC as a Foster Family Specialist in both the regular and high-risk programs for four years.
Statewide Director of Clinical Services
Dan brings to Christian Family Care an ability to build relationships, as well as a passion for training and development. Since 1993, he has served in various behavioral health, social service, and educational organizations. Most recently, he spent six years with a Fortune 500 company which provides behavioral healthcare services for government healthcare programs. He and his wife, Tia, have one son.
Director of Youth in Transition
Don has been with Christian Family Care since 2016. Prior to his role at CFC, he developed and managed residential housing programs for homeless veterans and other high-risk homeless populations with a clinical focus. He has also worked as a Mental Health Therapist for adults and adolescents. Don is a veteran of the United States Army where he served as a combat medic.
Director of Family Services
Prior to joining CFC in 2015, Rachel worked in an adolescent residential treatment center and a children’s crisis shelter. She went back to school for her master’s in professional counseling and began work at CFC in the pregnancy counseling program. Rachel has a heart for those wounded by trauma and a passion to see lives transformed through adoption. She and her husband adopted three siblings from the foster care system.