Executive Director | email@example.com
Clint Harrington is a Christian, husband, father, and the founder of the WSGN. Clint also serves as Director, Global Asset Management for Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR) over Houston, Austin, Denver, Phoenix and a portion of its Dallas market. He is married to Amy Harrington, father to Hank and Hannah, and stepfather to Robby, Scotty and Molly. Clint is an active member of Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church where he currently serves on the Men’s Ministry team having previously served on the Senior Pastor Nominating Committee (sourcing Alf Halvorson) and as the Men’s Ministry Elder. In addition, he has either formed, served as speaker, or participated as a team member for MDPC DADS, Men’s Life, Next Steps, MDPC Men’s Retreat, CBGR, Dad’s Campout and Tailgate, and Men’s Core Leadership Team. He is one of the rotating teachers for Daily Bread, his adult Sunday School class. After growing up in Dallas, Texas, he earned a B.A., in Political Sociology, from UCLA and an M.B.A., in Marketing and Real Estate Finance, from Texas A&M. Clint enjoys watching Aggie or Bruin sports, fishing, hunting and spending time with Amy and the kids.
Ministry Coordinator | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tera Rush is wife to Chris, and mama to Savannah and Wyatt. She grew up in San Angelo, Texas and received her B.S. in Psychology from Texas A&M University – whoop! She met Chris at Texas A&M and moved to Houston after getting engaged. Tera worked for Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church for 16 years, first in Finance and then in Youth Ministry. Youth Ministry sparked her passion for relational ministry – both with students, parents and families. She loves teaching and walking with fellow Believers as we navigate life together, seeking His Will in every moment. Tera enjoys volunteering at both Wilchester & Cornerstone as well as with Home Encouragement Ministry. Tera is a GLAD for the National Charity League, West Houston Chapter Class of 2024. She is part of CanCare’s Wellness Redefined Survivorship Program pilot group, a group of cancer survivors whose goal is to move forward in healing and be an advocate for health & wellness for others in treatment and beyond. She loves horses, anything Texas Aggie-related, Ireland and dark chocolate.