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Uli Chi

Founder and Chair
Computer Human Interaction

Vice Chair, Advisory Board of Directors
De Pree Center

Biography

Dr. Uli Chi has spent his life practicing leadership in the intersection of for profit and non-profit businesses, the theological academy, and the local church. He is an award-winning technological entrepreneur, who founded a software company that develops 3-D virtual reality software that simplifies complex decision making for consumers and businesses. He is a sought-after advisor to senior executives and serves in board governance at multiple non-profits. Uli currently serves as Board Chair of the Virginia Mason Franciscan Health System in the Pacific Northwest, and Vice Chair of the De Pree Center for Leadership at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena. Uli has also served as Chair of Regent College’s Board of Governors, and Chair of the Executive Committee for the Center for Integrity in Business at Seattle Pacific University. For the last forty years, he has served leaders in a wide variety of roles in his local Presbyterian congregation.

He is currently a Senior Fellow at the De Pree Center for Leadership and regularly contributes to its Life for Leaders daily devotional blog. He is also part of the teaching faculty for Regent College’s Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology and Society.

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Explore Uli's Resources

(For a Limited Time!) Leadership Prayers for Troubled Times Bundle

A Devotional Guide Bundle by Uli Chi 
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For a limited time only, receive a free copy of Uli Chi’s Leadership Vows and Becoming Lead Servants with the purchase of Leadership Prayers for Troubled Times.

Becoming Lead Servants

A Devotional and Small Group Guide by Uli Chi
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What does it mean for us to be “lead servants?” What does it mean to follow Joseph’s example of faithfully living for God throughout all of life’s circumstances?

Leadership Vows

A Devotional and Small Group Guide by Uli Chi
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What promises are you making? What can people expect from you? Results are important in leadership. But the greater challenge lies in looking within ourselves.