Tim Abraham serves as a Chair with The C12 Group, America’s leading Christian CEO forum, building GREAT businesses for a GREATER purpose. Before joining the C12 team, Tim served at the highest levels within the executive branch of state government, as a member of the executive leadership team for one of the largest churches in West Virginia, and as a strategy and leadership consultant for one of the nation’s premier church consulting teams. Additionally, he co-founded and co-owned a business and leadership consulting company with clients spanning multiple regions of the United States. Tim earned an MBA and multiple bachelor’s degrees from West Virginia University and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma. He’s attended executive education programs through Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania. The Council of State Governments named Tim a Toll Fellow, after he participated in the nation’s premier leadership development program for state government officials. Among other honors received, the Commonwealth of Kentucky named him a Kentucky Colonel in recognition of his noteworthy accomplishments and outstanding service to the nation. He’s enjoyed watching God’s transformative work in the personal financial lives of over 100 families and singles under his facilitation, with many saving and paying off non-mortgage debt in excess of $10,000 in only nine weeks. Additionally, Tim published his first book entitled Spiritual Fear Factor and is currently authoring multiple books for future publishing. West Virginia Mountaineers at heart, Tim and his wife, Kelly, currently enjoy God’s beautiful creation residing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, with their three cats (although he’s allergic!).