Halftime Institute alumnus Chris Ordway and his wife moved to Singapore where he ran the Asia-Pacific operation for a supplier of pumping equipment used in petro-chemical production.

It was while living in Singapore that he became familiar with Motorola and their leadership position in the global tele-communications marketplace. This eventually led to an opportunity with Motorola where Chris spent 12 years in various roles including product marketing, strategy, account management and sales leadership.

In 2008, Chris and his family relocated to London to lead the European and African consumer products division for Motorola, and eventually returned to run the North American operation focusing all major carriers and retailers including Verizon, ATT, Best Buy and Wal-Mart.

In 2011, Chris left Motorola and he and his family moved to Rwanda to join Hope International which is a Christian microfinance institution dedicated to “providing a hand up and not a hand out” through small business loans to people who typically live on less than $1 a day. In 2012 Chris became the executive director of One Egg and is committed to providing “more eggs to more kids”.

Now I feel significant for sure, but by God’s grace I am involved in 3 or 4 different things beyond OneEgg which are all expanding, growing and have huge opportunity to be even more impactful in the years ahead.”

Watch the Video of Chris’ Halftime Journey…