We are excited to announce that Brett Bingham has joined the Legacy Board of Directors.

Brett is married to Brenda Bingham, who has served in various capacities with the PTF. Brett is the father of daughter Mattison, who is a freshman at Legacy and has attended since Pre-K and two stepsons, David and Brandon, a 2013 Legacy alumnus who now attends Ole Miss.

I am excited and honored to serve on the board of LCA. LCA's mission of equipping strong leaders with biblical convictions who will influence future generations is something I'm passionate about. I've seen how LCA has shaped the thinking and lives of our children, Brandon and Mattie, and look forward to helping LCA see this mission become reality for many generations to come.”
–Brett Bingham

The Binghams live in Frisco and attend Preston Trail Community Church, where Brett serves on the Stewardship Team and as stage manager. Most recently, he and Brenda volunteer as leaders for a newly formed small group for blended families, and they both serve in the Engage ministry (formerly Compassion), serving our Uganda ministry partners. Brenda is the lay leader for Uganda Engage ministry. Previously, Brett served in the men's ministry and the Re/engage (marriage) ministry.

Brett is partner and president of B4 Holdings, LP and BFC Partners, LLC (its GP), where, since 2006, he is responsible for all aspects of a family limited partnership founded to invest in private equity, real estate, and publically traded securities. Since 1998, Brett has been a partner and CFO of Meeting Protocol Worldwide, a family owned business headquartered in Dallas that services biotech, clinical research organizations, and pharmaceutical companies in the clinical research industry. Since 2007, he has served on the Board of Directors for AccessBank Texas, a community bank headquartered in Denton, TX.

Additionally, Brett serves on the U.S. board of directors for African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM), a non-profit ministry focused on developing leaders, peace building and reconciliation in central and eastern Africa.

Please help us extend a warm welcome and thank you to Brett as he begins to serve our school in this capacity.