Mike Hamilton is the Executive Director of Show Hope, a position that he has held since December 2014. Show Hope is an orphan care and adoption ministry started by Christian music entertainer Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth. A man of deep faith, Mike has extensive experience in leadership and development, serving 26 years in intercollegiate athletics at Clemson University, Wake Forest University. Most notably, he was the athletic director at the University of Tennessee and their $105 million budget. Mike also served on the board for Show Hope, as well as other local, regional, and national nonprofits. Mike is also the CEO and Founder of Winfred-Henry Partners, LLC, which provides athletic consulting. Mike and his wife, Beth, live in the Nashville area and have five children through adoption.
In today’s episode, we discuss:
- The environment and pressures of big-time SEC athletics
- Job search advise, including why many coaches get hired or fired
- Ways that Show Hope is impacting lives and making a difference in the world
- The interesting story of Bruce Pearl getting hired at the University of Tennessee
Books, Resources, and Links Mentioned in the Podcast
Mike’s Twitter: @MikeHamilton63
Mike’s Email: MikeHamilton63@gmail.com
Show Hope Twitter: @ShowHope
Show Hope Website: www.ShowHope.org
Show Hope Facebook: www.facebook.com/ShowHope
Winfred-Henry Partners Twitter: @WinfredHenry1
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