Dan Hamil is BJC’s director of strategic partnerships, leading the organization’s efforts in the development of financial, denominational and advocacy partnerships. Hamil speaks at churches and organizational events, creates networks of supporters, meets personally with donors and seeks funding from foundations and other charitable organizations.
A longtime BJC supporter and former BJC board chair, Hamil is passionate about BJC’s mission. He joined BJC after leading one of the organization’s member bodies: the North American Baptist Conference (NABC) of churches. Prior to his role as CEO and Executive Director of NABC, Hamil served the organization as Vice President of Advancement, which included directing and implementing all fundraising and communication initiatives for NABC.
Hamil also served as Vice President for Professional Learning at a national educational publishing firm, where he was active in training and school relationships with universities, colleges, school districts, high schools and grant-aided educational programs.
Ordained in the NABC, Hamil has extensive ministry experience, having served in various pastoral roles in Ohio, Illinois and North Dakota.
Hamil earned a Doctor of Education in Adult and Continuing Education, and he holds a bachelor’s degree in Biblical Theology and master’s degrees in Educational Ministries as well as Christian History and Theology.
He and his wife, Rhonda, live in Rocklin, California, and have two married children. They are members of Oak Hills Church in Folsom, California.