Mike is married to Jill, has two adult daughters, and lives in the Kansas City area. As an attorney for a number of private-sector companies, he has held roles in commercial real estate, management and legal departments over the years. Currently, he functions as the General Counsel for a mortgage company. Mike obtained his Bachelor’s, Master’s in Public Administration and J.D. degrees from the University of Kansas. He is excited to pursue volunteer work as a way of giving back. Active in his church, Christ Church Anglican in Overland Park, Kansas, Mike has been involved in men’s ministry and most recently served on its 12-member Parish Council. Other volunteer activities include working with MOCSA (the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault in Kansas City, MO), where he has been a speaker, facilitator for male survivors, and trainer for volunteers. Mike first became aware of the issue of boys being sexually exploited about 2.5 years ago, and in his search to find an organization actively focused on this underserved population, he discovered Restore One. He has since had many conversations with the founders and traveled to Greenville to tour Anchor House and meet others involved. Mike gives all the glory to God for His leading to this place and this ministry - to stop the trafficking of boys. As William Wilberforce, the great British abolitionist from the 18th century, once said to members of the Parliament about slavery, “You may choose to look the other way, but you can never again say that you did not know."