BILL HIGH | Chief Executive Officer, Heartland

Bill High is the Chief Executive Officer of National Christian Foundation Heartland. While leading the National Christian Foundation Heartland, he’s been part of overseeing their efforts from startup to now more than $2 billion in contributions. In particular, Bill works with families, individual givers, ministries and financial advisors. As a particular point of emphasis, he works with business owners who are selling their business and/or transitioning their business to the next generation, as well as teaching ministries how to work with major donors. Read more about Bill.

 913.310.0279 |


Steve French

STEVE FRENCH | President, Heartland

Stephen (Steve) French is President of the National Christian Foundation Heartland. Steve’s primary focus revolves around strategic management and leadership of the Heartland office, while also meeting with advisors, individuals, and business owners to develop strategies and solutions to minimize tax liability while maximizing charitable giving with specific emphasis in the area of non-liquid assets such as stock, real estate, mutual funds, and portions of closely held businesses.

Prior to joining NCF Heartland, Steve was the founder and CEO of Quovant, a Legal Spend Management company working with law firms in over 13 countries.

Steve is married to Debbie and they have two married daughters, Marnie and Rachel, who have blessed them with four grandsons aged 9 through 13. In his leisure time Steve enjoys golf, boating and hunting.

 615.424.2800 |

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