Mike Booth, J.D.
Mike joined The National Christian Foundation (NCF) in 2007 and currently helps people develop in their roles as stewards of the assets God has entrusted to them.
His primary focus is offering insight in the best way gifts of non-liquid assets (such as real estate, business interests, restricted securities, and personal property) can be used to fund giving opportunities. Such gifts usually provide a far greater tax deduction than if the giver had sold the asset themselves and then donated the proceeds to charity.
Mike graduated from Mercer University in Atlanta with a B.A., and from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law with a J.D. Prior to joining NCF, Mike served as the director of The Great Commission Foundation of Campus Crusade for Christ. Additionally, he has served in other capacities including roles as director and trustee to other non-profits. He lives in Canton, GA with his wife and sons and is an active member of his church.