Our Team

928 Central Board of Director

Chris Reed

Chris Reed is the Senior Pastor at Christ’s Church of Flagstaff. He earned his B.S. in Pastoral Ministry in 1997 at Manhattan Christian College and his Master of Arts in Church Leadership in 2008 through Hope International University. He and his wife Kristi moved their three children to Flagstaff in 2010. He is a lifelong LA Dodgers fan and loves to travel and visit all the ministry partners around the world that CCoF supports.

Rich Bowen

928 Central Board of Directors Member

Rich is the Senior Vice President of Genterra Enterprises and offers extensive development experience. He provides leadership support and direction to the Development, Design, Construction, Real Estate Management, and Capital Markets teams at Genterra. Rich also oversees business development and relationship building efforts. During his former tenure, Rich served as an executive for the largest real estate development group in the country and he was responsible for managing over $8 billion dollars in assets located in thirty states and Canada.

In recent years, Rich has been involved in the oversight and development of $1.3 billion in capital projects at Northern Arizona University and also at the Phoenix Bio-Medical Campus in Downtown Phoenix – A 30-acre urban medical and bioscience campus planned for more than six-million square feet of biomedical-related research, academic, and clinical facilities.

Judge Dan Slayton

928 Central Board of Directors Member

Judge Dan Slayton currently serves as the elected judge for Division Two. He was appointed by Governor Brewer to this position in March of 2010. Prior to his elected appointment he served as a full-time Superior Court Judge for Division Five, pro tem from January, 2005 to March, 2010. Before his service as a superior court judge, he worked as the full-time Justice of the Peace pro tem for Flagstaff Justice Court and part-time superior court judge. Judge Slayton is the current co-chair of the Coconino County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, a member of the Judicial Performance Review Committee, Arizona Judicial Council, and Committee on Probation Education. He is the immediate past president of the Arizona Judges Association. Judge Slayton is also a past member of the American Judicature Society, American Judges Association, and the H. Karl Mangum Inn of Court. He is a past board member for Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy, NAU Alumni Board, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences advisory council, and the Lumberjack Athletic Association. He is a past co-recipient of the Chief Justice’s Award for Achievement.

Before assuming his judicial responsibilities, Judge Slayton worked briefly as a criminal defense attorney in Phoenix. Judge Slayton then worked as a prosecutor with the Coconino County Attorney’s office for four and a half years. Prior to attending law school, Judge Slayton worked for the Arizona Department of Corrections-Adobe Mountain and the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department. He holds a B.S. in Sociology from Northern Arizona University, M.S. in Justice Studies from Arizona State University, and a J.D from Seattle University School of Law. Judge Slayton is a fourth generation native of Flagstaff.

Billie McGraw

928 Central Board of Directors Member

Billie McGraw is a top-producing Realtor in Flagstaff who combines a passion for real-estate with a deep commitment to giving back to the community. She actively volunteers her time and contributes financially to many causes and organizations in the Flagstaff Community. In addition to being a trusted and reliable professional, Billie Cherishes her role as a wife and mom. Together she and her husband Jared have raised 2 amazing teenagers, Gage 18 and Bailey 16. As a family they enjoy bonding over golf, travel, camping and archery shoots.