As Best Christian Workplaces Institute’s Research and Culture Analyst, Alex’s role includes managing and analyzing performance data from BCWI participants and clients.

Alex is currently studying for a graduate degree in Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology at Seattle Pacific University.  Aligning well with BCWI’s mission and vision, his focus is on leadership, selection, team building, motivation, and organizational assessment/development in preparation to help people in organizations thrive using good research and data-driven perspectives.  At this time, he is studying the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis on workplace culture.

Originally from Wheaton, IL, Alex has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Wheaton College and his MDiv from Denver Seminary.  Much of his professional life has been spent helping organizations like churches turn around from crisis situations.

He is married to Katey, and they have three elementary school-aged children.  In addition to family time, Alex loves “a good culinary adventure,” French wine, being with friends, and being outdoors: hiking, boating, and (when there is time) golfing.