James C. Galvin
Jim Galvin is an organizational consultant specializing in strategic facilitation for a wide variety of organizations. For the past decade he has provided consulting and training in the areas of strategy formation, board governance, organizational change, and leadership development.
He has completed successful projects for the Prison Fellowship, Promise Keepers, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Youth for Christ, American Bar Association, National Guard, Department of Health and Human Services, Leadership Network, Willow Creek Association, Christian Leadership Alliance, Seacoast Church, Tyndale House Publishers, CareNet, World Relief, DeVos Foundation, and the Best Christian Workplaces Institute.
Jim is an award-winning author and he has written products published by Zondervan, Tyndale House, Thomas Nelson, Baker, Navpress, Moody Press, Intervarsity Press, Concordia, and Focus on the Family. He has won several ECPA Gold Medallion Awards as well as the C.S. Lewis Medal Award for Children’s Literature. He is most well-known for his role as a co-creator of the widely-acclaimed Life Application Study Bible.
Jim holds the Doctor of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Illinois University as well as a B.A. and M.A. from Wheaton College in Christian Formation and Ministry. He and his wife Kathleen live in Elgin, Illinois. Their son Jimmy is an audio engineer and their daughter Lindsay is a graphic designer.