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Collin Roberts has served on the FCA board since 2014 and is currently the Board Chair. Professionally, Collin is a business attorney with InVigor Law Group and also runs a full-service sports agency primarily representing NFL athletes. Additionally, he has had the opportunity to put his law degree to use by prosecuting witch doctors in Uganda in a case that was the first of its kind prosecuted under Uganda’s recently enacted human trafficking law. When he’s not in the office, Collin enjoys playing golf and tennis, walking Greenlake with his wife, and cheering on all Seattle sports teams.
“Youth sports provides so many exciting, intense, challenging, soul-searching and rewarding experiences – it is a blessing to be part of God’s good work to lead, share and invest in our athletes journey.” Darran Littlefield served as the Greater Seattle FCA Board Chair from 2012 to 2015 and still participates as a board member. Darran started his involvement with FCA in 2009 as one of the founders of the FCA Baseball Club here in Seattle and still coaches the 18U team. Professionally, Darran is a co-founder and board chair of Point B, Inc, a national management consulting and venture advisory firm.
“Coaches have had one of the biggest impacts in my life and those coaches integrated their faith into coaching and walked with me in my journey with Jesus. FCA is a great vehicle to continue this legacy combining the love of kids, sports and Jesus.” Curt Whitton served as the Greater Seattle FCA Board Chair Lieutenant from 2010 to 2015 and still participates as a board member. Curt first got involved with FCA as a student-athlete at Linfield College and served as chapter President back in 1989-1991. He re-engaged with FCA when he met the Regional VP who moved out from Tennessee to restart FCA in Seattle. Professionally, Curt is co-owner of Intrievex, Inc, and consults with small businesses in the Seattle area.
Board Member Bruce Glenn was introduced to FCA in 2009 when he began coaching for the inaugural 11U FCA Baseball team and still helps coach some of those same players today. In fact many of the young men will be the first group to play their entire youth baseball careers with FCA Baseball. Bruce also is an Assistant Baseball Coach at Cedar Park Christian High School and is married to his wife Tawnya. They have two beautiful children, Turner (17) and Savannah (15). Bruce has been involved in the technology industry for over 30 years and works for telecommunications and software company Avaya as a Contact Center Specialist. “When we began in 2009 we had a vision of conducting ourselves on and off the field His way. Initially getting quality players to try out was a challenge because of the faith based commitment of our program. Today the challenge is finding a field large enough to handle all the kids trying out FOR THE SAME REASON! It’s amazing what God has done. As a coach it has been rewarding to have been a small part of reaching and mentoring to these young men. I look forward to being involved in FCA for years to come.”
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