Chip Huber graduated from Bethel University with a degree in communications in 1990 and completed his master's in educational ministries at Wheaton College in 1998. Outside of work, he enjoys golfing, playing soccer, reading and watching ESPN. Chip's favorite place in the world is Kakolo Village, Zambia.
"I love that the global needs present in our world today matter to our students at CU! Their passion to help end malaria through our Night of Nets initiative has literally changed the future of communities in Zambia. I love empowering and joining our students as they bring healing and hope in Jesus' name to our broken world."
- Huber, C. (2012). The Zambia project: The story of two worlds flipped upside down. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
In the News
- Irwin, Shelley. (2016, Apr 25). "Night of Nets."
- M.A., Wheaton College
- B.A., Bethel University
—The spiritual formation of college students
—Global social justice issues