Chip Huber graduated from Bethel University with a degree in Communications in 1990, and completed his Masters in Educational Ministries at Wheaton College in 1998. At Cornerstone, he is the Director of the Terra Firma first year experience program, overseer of CU student activities and programs, head of global engagement initiatives, and the Athletics Chaplain. Chip is interested in the spiritual formation of college students, global social justice issues, and cultural engagement.
Chip’s book, The Zambia Project: The Story of Two Worlds Flipped Upside-Down, was recently published. Outside of work, he enjoys golfing, playing soccer, reading, and watching ESPN. Chip’s favorite place in the world is Kakolo Village, Zambia.