Appointed 2007: Prior to his appointment at Valor, Mr. Adams served in the corporate arena as a CFO in the communications industry.
Appointed 2007: Mrs. Bogar was named Dean of Students in the fall of 2009. She is also the advisor for Valor’s True Blue student newspaper and teaches both Journalism I and II. During her first two years at Valor, she taught College Preparatory Biology and Anatomy and Physiology. She was involved in the development of Valor’s early leadership opportunities for students and was named a United States Space Foundation Teacher Liaison in 2008. Mrs. Bogar came to Valor after serving at Cherry Hills Christian Middle School as a founding staff member of the school. Besides establishing the Science Department, she also directed the 8th grade Washington DC trips, taught Bible, directed chapels, and was Spiritual Development Director for students and staff. Mrs. Bogar and her husband, Ed, have three children; Jessica, Blaine and Daniel.
Appointed: 2010 Mr. Cunningham is in his 30th year of ministering to people—although only two of those years have been inside Valor’s walls. He has practiced as a marriage and family counselor for 14 years, before embarking on another 14-year career with Kanakuk Kamps, a large Christian athletic camp in southern Missouri. There, he and his wife Cindy were Directors of both K-Kountry and K-Kauai Family Kamp. Mr. Cunningham began his role as Dean of Students at Valor in 2010. He leads the “Men of Valor” Bible study which is open to every Valor father. He has written 5 books, including, “How To Win A Family Fight”, (Multnomah/Random House), “It Happened At The Sunset Grille”, (Thomas-Nelson), “Letters From The Other Side”, (Thomas-Nelson), and “Sins Of The Fathers”, (Thomas-Nelson). Mr. Cunningham and Cindy are currently working on a book entitled, “Your Marriage Can Change the World”. He loves to fish, bike, hike, work out, write, garden, watch birds, and hang out with his wife. Together, they have raised two grown sons, Wes and Peter.
Appointed 2007: Prior to joining Valor, Mr. Damour worked in the landscape and construction industries as an owner and manager of several small to large companies.
Appointed 2008: Prior to serving at Valor, Mrs. Davis worked for Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA.
Appointed 2010: Dr. Fisher taught in the Science Department, Honors Biology and Anatomy & Physiology, prior to his Academic Dean appointment. Previously, he served five years as the Athletic Director and a Science Teacher at a local Christian School. He has taught collegiate level Anatomy & Physiology for the last 3 years. Before entering the field of education, he was the owner and chief physician in a large multi-physician podiatry practice in Wheat Ridge. Over the years, he has served on a school board of a K-8 Christian school, been a board member of the Colorado Podiatric Medical Association, and was Chief of the Podiatry Section in the Department of Surgery at Exempla Lutheran Medical Center. He has a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Colorado State University, D.P.M. from the California College of Podiatric Medicine (now at Samuel Merritt University) and completed a Foot & Ankle Surgical Residency at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center (Vencor). Dr. Fisher applies his background in education and medicine to his passion for preparing students to be ambassadors for Jesus Christ. He is married to Jane Fisher who is an Engineering Project Manager at the National Renewable Energy Lab. They have two sons, Matthew and Samuel, who attend Colorado State University.
Appointed 2012: Mrs. Goff graduated from the University of Denver with a BA in Business Administration. She worked for several years at Janus Capital Group as an Equity Trader and then as a Junior Analyst. She previously served on the Board for Denver Christian Schools. Mrs. Goff and her husband Jim have three children.
Appointed 2006: Prior to her appointment at Valor, Mrs. Heckelmann worked for Nordstrom's for 24 years.
Appointed 2007: Prior to her appointment at Valor, Mrs. Heintz was called to ministry as a Pastor of Outreach and Missions at Southeast Christian Church after having worked as a pediatric physical therapist.
Appointed 2009: Mrs. Kempton's professional experience comes from a 25-year career in the field of recruiting, employee development, sales and management for a national corporation. Prior to her appointment as the Director of College Relations, she served on the Valor Board of Directors throughout the development of the campus and the opening of the school.
Appointed 2007: Prior to his appointment at Valor, Mr. Kirchner was an ordained Pastor for 22 years. He has served Valor in a number of roles and is active in leading Spiritual Life including serving as the Atheletic Chaplain on campus.
Appointed 2007: Prior to his appointment at Valor, Mr. Ringnalda served as a founding teacher and Fine Arts Department Chair at Oaks Christian High School. He was honored with the Atsinger Award for Teaching Excellence in 2004-2005.
Appointed 2007: Prior to his appointment at Valor, Mr. Sherman served as Athletic Director at Orange Lutheran High School in Orange, California. During his tenure as AD, Orange Lutheran rose to national prominence in one of the top athletic leagues in the country.
Appointed 2006: Mr. Unruh serves as President/CEO of Valor Christian High School. Prior to this appointment, he was in private practice as an attorney serving the needs of individual and corporate clients in transactional matters.