development [at] jessup [dot] edu
Chief Development Officer
ehogue [at] jessup [dot] edu
Eric Hogue is a former radio and television professional and a former pastor. He started his 31-year radio career as a 16-year old in Canton, Ohio. Hogue was honored with Salem Communication’s 2004 “Andy Anderson Award” for excellence in broadcasting, Pacific Justice Institute’s “Media Award” both in 2006 and 2007, and he is best known for launching of the ‘historic recall’ of California in 2003.
Eric Hogue has been named among “The Best of Sacramento’s Local Talk Hosts” in years 2003, 2004 and 2005 and mentioned as one of Sacramento’s “Most Influential People” in 2004, and named as one of Sacramento’s most recognizable news makers for 2010 by Sacramento News and Review. He started broadcasting for Salem Communications in 1996, transferred (through Salem) to Sacramento in 2000 to become the station’s first Program Director and local morning talk show host for 1380 KTKZ. Eric is also a frequent guest opinion columnist in the Sacramento Bee.
Hogue is a frequent speaker for Northern California commercial events, ministries and charitable organizations. He ran for State Assembly in 2007. Hogue was also a youth director at High Mill Christian Center (1985-88) and founding teaching pastor of Full Life Fellowship (1991-97) both in Canton, Ohio. Eric is married to Tammy (Boosz) Hogue (25 years),and they have two daughters and a son-in-law.
For those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that he might be the firstborn among many brothers. And those whom he predestined he also called, and those whom he called he also justified, and those whom he justified he also glorified.
Director of Donor Development
David Pineschi, MBA
dpineschi [at] jessup [dot] edu
David Pineschi has been working in the Christian Higher education industry for the past ten years. His passion for Christian Higher Education intensified while attending Hope International University where he obtained an MBA in Nonprofit Management. It was during his service as a Financial Aid Director at EPIC Bible College and his education at Hope that helped David see the need of private funding among Christian Universities.
David has become an advocate for Christ-centered higher education at WJU where he loves to serve our President’s Circle Members, WJU partners and students. On a personal note, David is an avid 49ers fan and loves to spend time with his family. In the summer of 2014 he entered into an exciting new chapter of his life when married his Fiancé, Gina.
You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
Since we have now been justified by his blood, how much more shall we be saved from God’s wrath through him!
edwardjones [at] jessup [dot] edu
Representing Jessup in the role of Development Officer, please welcome Edward Jones. A former Bay Area employee (7 years), Ed will build and foster generosity for the glory of God through Christ-centered Higher Education. He will spend 3/5 of his time logistically in the Bay Area region developing significant partnerships and increasing awareness of the Jessup mission. Over the last 12 years, Ed has worked in Development for the largest and seventh largest banks in the nation. Ed represented the Evangelical Christian Credit Union and helped cultivate a 50 percent increase in deposit growth to nearly $30 million. He spent the first half of his professional career in full-time ministry, teaching for seven years as a Bible and History teacher in Fair Oaks at Freedom Christian School and also spent seven years as a youth and worship pastor at Lifepoint Church also in Fair Oaks.
Director of Athletic Development
mharper [at] jessup [dot] edu
Michael now serves Jessup as associate athletic director of donor development where he will identify, expedite and cultivate athletic donor relations activities to support and enhance our expanding athletic programs. He comes to us from Acres of Hope, a long-term housing program for homeless women and children, where he served as Development Director. Michael is a graduate of USC where he played football from 1979–84 as a teammate of Heisman Trophy winners Charles White and Marcus Allen. In 1984, he was drafted into the NFL as a wide receiver by the Los Angeles Rams and later played four years with the New York Jets beginning in 1986 and retired in 1990. Michael has also worked in the sales and marketing arena as well as regional and channel sales. In addition, he was director of community outreach for the Sacramento Mountain Lions Football Club where he developed community fundraising programs.