Debbie Hall works to combine her business and non-profit background with her passions for building teams, giving ‘servant leadership’ to small groups and organizations, and working to address the problem of extreme poverty in the developing world. She has a strong consulting and marketing background having worked for The Boston Consulting Group, two technology start-ups, and her own marketing consulting practice.

Debbie serves as Board Chair for Village Enterprise, working to break the cycle of poverty in East Africa by creating sustainable incomes and savings for the rural poor. She also serves on the board of The Gathering, a Christian philanthropy non-profit helping people be thoughtful, engaged, and connected givers of their resources to Christian and secular causes. At Menlo Church, she serves on the Board of Directors and coordinates several volunteer teams, including an Extreme Poverty Interest Group. She holds a BA in economics from Duke University and an MBA from Stanford University. Debbie and her husband Russ live in Menlo Park, CA and have one adult daughter who lives nearby, teaching 6th grade.