Chairman of the Board, Unto Vice President, Cru U.S. National Director, Cru
Unto, Dallas, TX
Cru, Orlando, FL
Mark, U.S. National Director of Cru, has served with Cru for more than 25 years, beginning as a staff member for Cru at Harvard University. In 1996 he joined the United States campus ministry leadership team and soon moved into the role of Executive Director of U.S. Campus Ministry where he served until 2020 when he was appointed as U.S. National Director.
Al has served as President and CEO of Unto since 2013. He has been active in disaster response, relief, and community development for over 25 years. Since 2001, Al and his wife, Susan, served in many countries doing humanitarian work with Cru. For several years Al served as a regional humanitarian director and crisis manager for Cru, operating from Paris, France. He has overseen response teams to many events including the Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004, Cyclone Norgis in Myanmar, the Haiti Earthquake in 2010, and many more. Al served in the U.S. Navy during Desert Shield/Storm and has an International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance. Al and Susan have two grown sons and live in McKinney, Texas.
Doug Briley is the CEO of Warren Douglas Advertising. Doug holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in piano performance. An accomplished pianist and composer, he appears with orchestras throughout Texas and the Midwest. He started his advertising agency in 1998 in Fort Worth, where he resides with his wife and four children.
Charles (Charlie) Chappell is Senior Director, Global Integrated Media at The Hershey Company, where he leads the transformation of Hershey’s approach to modern media. His broad global marketing career includes brand management, digital and e-commerce, innovation, agency management, developing markets, and marketing capability building.
Mr. Chappell joined Hershey in 2012 after 12 years at Procter & Gamble (P&G) and has had the privilege to touch many iconic brands such as Hershey’s, Reese’s, Pantene, Herbal Essences, Old Spice, Gillette, Secret, Safeguard, and Camay. While his career has primarily been based in the United States, Charlie has worked in over 25 countries with an emphasis on China, Russia, Egypt, and Pakistan. While with P&G he spent over two years based in Geneva, Switzerland, covering central and eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He is a graduate of Purdue University and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Charlie lives just outside of Hershey, Pennsylvania, with his wife and four kids.
Dr. Jennifer Culver is a medical doctor who was active in Campus Crusade for Christ during her years at Texas A&M University. She met her husband, Michael Culver, in Sunday school and at Campus Crusade for Christ meetings. They married in 1991. Jennifer graduated from medical school at Texas Tech University in 1995 and became a family physician interested in caring for people of all ages. She stayed on faculty at Texas Tech for just over three years before she and her husband were called to move to the Plano/Frisco, Texas, area. In 2001 she established a medical practice with Medical Clinic of North Texas. Jennifer has also been active in the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. Jennifer and Michael have three adopted children from Russia. She and her family now live in Prosper, Texas.
Dave Hazelton is a senior partner at an international law firm. After graduating from the University of Michigan Law School and clerking with a federal appellate court, he joined the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins where he has practiced law for the past 40 years. He married his high school sweetheart and they have three grown children. He serves as an elder, Sunday school teacher, and Bible study leader at Cornerstone Church, where he and his wife also host an international student ministry. In addition to Unto, Dave serves on the boards of Denver Seminary and Central Union Mission (a Christ-based homeless shelter and service organization in DC), and as an outside pro bono counsel for the International Justice Mission.
Darryl Lamar Smith is the Director of Oneness and Diversity for Cru. He was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He graduated from Kirkman High School in 1983 and served in the United States Army for three years. God saved him in 1991; he was licensed to preach in 1992 and ordained in 1994.
He has been on staff with Cru since 1996, working with high school students at Howard High School in Chattanooga. For six years he served as Chattanooga’s City Director and the Southeast Regional Director for three years. In the summer of 2006, Cru chose Darryl as the Executive Director for High School Ministry, in which he served until he was chosen as the Director of Oneness and Diversity in 2017.
Darryl is married to Gwen and has three children.