Chris McKenna, Founder: After a 12-year career in business advising with Ernst & Young, and six years in full-time middle school ministry, Chris is now the Educational Resource Manager for Covenant Eyes, an Internet Safety and Accountability Company. In 2015 he created Protect Young Eyes as a way to equip and encourage parents and students to use technology responsibly. Now, hundreds and hundreds of hours later, Chris’ research has helped countless families around the country. The upcoming release of Virtue In Media curriculum for faith-based organizations will be a game-changer for teaching digital citizenship with a Scriptural foundation. Chris is regularly featured on news, radio, and podcasts for his research.
Rose Crawford, Presentation Associate: Rose has been involved in youth ministry with tweens, teens and young adults for over fifteen years and has filled the role of mentor, counselor, teacher, leader, encourager, and friend. Because of exposure to sexual content as a very young child and the role pornography issues have played in the life of her own family, Rose desires to affect positive change in the lives of those to whom she speaks. Her goal is to educate and inform, in an engaging way, and provide families the strategies they need for protecting their kids online. Rose is married to Doug and mom to three (soon to be four!) children.
Doug Crawford, Presentation Associate: Doug is a faithful husband to Rose, father to Sheyenne, Ryan, and Joshua and friend to everyone he meets. He is driven by his desire to provide for, prepare, and protect those entrusted to his care as they interact not only in the physical world, but also the digital world. With over 15 years of experience helping students and their families live according to their created purpose, Doug seeks to serve each audience with compassion, integrity, and a dash of whimsical flair.
Carol Glanville, Presenter: Carol has been an educator for 25 years. She started as a classroom teacher and after earning an MA in Curriculum and Technology, moved on to become the Director of Educational Technology for the Diocese of Grand Rapids, MI. Currently, she works as in independent K-12 technology integration design consultant. She is passionate about providing students of all ages with high-quality contemporary educational experiences and recognizes the need for parents, teachers, and students to be empowered to use technology in productive, creative ways while maintaining personal dignity.
Travis Logan, Presenter: Travis currently works as an IT consultant in Kansas City, MO and has been fascinated with technology for as long as he can remember. He lives in KC with his wife, Emily, and their son Gideon. Travis is an active member in his church and loves the Royals, hanging out in downtown KC, and sharing his story of redemption any chance he gets. Travis experienced personal trauma as a child that gave way to a secret life of sexual sin that lasted for 15 years. In 2016, God delivered him from his addiction, saved his marriage, and completely changed the trajectory of his life. You can find out more about Travis & Emily’s story at travisandemily.com. Travis desires to share his experiences to help kids appreciate the power of a single click and to help parents understand how vital it is to do whatever we can to protect our children from the dangers of the digital age.