CarterBaldwin Executive Search and the Tim Tebow Foundation are pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Biondo as President.
The Tim Tebow Foundation (TTF) has announced that they have hired a new president to lead the organization. The non-profit, now in its eighth year of service to children all over the world, has welcomed Steve Biondo, formerly a senior-level executive at Family Christian Resource Centers, to take on oversight of the day-to-day operations of the foundation. Biondo replaces Erik Dellenback, the foundation’s first executive director, following seven successful years leading TTF’s outreach efforts.
“We are excited for Steve to be joining the team and look forward to seeing how God is going to use him to love and serve children all over the world. I know there are huge things in store in this new season at TTF under Steve’s leadership and direction,” shared Tim Tebow, founder and chairman of the Tim Tebow Foundation. “The board and I were prayerful and diligent in making sure we selected the absolute best candidate for the role, Steve is someone who already has a heart for the work that we do.”
Steve’s most recent experience includes the start-up and growth of a non-profit ministry which impacted 14 million orphans, widows and oppressed children over the past 10 years, Human Resources leadership of more than 4,200 employees in 37 states and strategic planning and organizational development. Steve earned his master’s in Education and Administration from Cornerstone University and his BS in Biology/Psychology from Albion College.
About the Tim Tebow Foundation
Since being founded in 2010 by professional athlete and sports analyst Tim Tebow, TTF has established a reputation as an advocate for people with special needs and those in need through several main areas of ministry. The foundation has also provided more than 2,000 life-changing surgical procedures to children of the Philippines who could not otherwise afford care at the Tebow CURE Hospital and built nine Timmy’s Playrooms in children’s hospitals around the world. The foundation has fulfilled the dreams of more than 75 children with life-threatening illnesses through the W15H program and created hundreds of Brighter Days, supported life’s essentials for orphans in four countries and provided 76 Adoption Aid grants to families making the courageous choice to adopt a child with special needs internationally.