Jack Alexander

Senior Fellow

Alexander has a heart and passion for the Lord and seeing God’s Kingdom “come on earth as it is in heaven.” He is Chairman of The Reimagine Group, a content company that serves the faith-based market, and a software company, onQ. He has authored two books, The God Guarantee (foreword by Timothy Keller) and The God Impulse, releasing July 2018 with Baker Books. He is also a shareholder in Erwin Brothers Entertainment, producers of the movie, I Can Only Imagine.

As Chairman of The Reimagine Group, Jack
and his team have led thousands to make
their walk with God a transformative journey
of growing in God’s love through multimedia
discipleship resources, radio programs,
 online Bible studies, speaking/writing, online devotionals, consulting, and more.

Jack has been featured on FamilyLife Today, In The Market with Janet Parshall, Leadership Network, and numerous radio shows and podcasts. Tim Keller invited Jack to be keynote speaker at Redeemer Church’s annual Entrepreneurship Forum and he has spoken at events and conferences for Cru, North American Mission Board, National Christian Foundation, Souly Business, Generous Giving, the Annual Prayer Breakfast in Atlanta, Kingdom Advisors, and Crown Ministries. He has delivered messages across the country and internationally in local churches, and he enjoys consulting with business leaders, pastors, and ministry leaders.

God has guided Jack’s spiritual journey through challenging seasons in the wilderness, as well as times of great hope and joy. Jack lost his father at age 9 and he came to faith in his 20’s at a small church in Australia. There, his pastor challenged Jack to give God everything he had and ever would have, everything he was and ever would be. This was one of the defining moments that ignited his passion to live for the Kingdom.

As an entrepreneur, Jack has cofounded and built business services and technology companies ranging from 4 to 6,000 employees. Trained as a CPA, Jack began his career with international accounting firm, Arthur Andersen. He was then hired to cofound BCD Travel and TRX, which grew to over 6,000 employees and $350 million in revenues. Both companies enjoyed recurring appearances on the Inc. 500 and won awards for innovation.

As CEO of BCD Travel from 1987 to 2002, Jack led the organization as it grew to the 2nd largest corporate travel company in the U.S. Simultaneously, Jack acquired a technology firm, TRX, which created transaction-processing software for the travel industry. Under his leadership, TRX grew from just 4 programmers to over 1,000 employees and generated more than $100 million in revenue. TRX technology was an integral part of the Expedia software system and was ultimately purchased by Concur.

In 1999, Ernst & Young awarded Jack the National Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Principle Centered Leadership and the Master Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee Region. He was one of three finalists for this award nationally. Business Travel News selected Jack six times as one of the top 25 most influential executives in the travel and hospitality industries. In 2005 the Georgia Center for Opportunity awarded Jack the Family Honors Award as a businessperson who made a positive impact on the American family.

From 2005-2010, Jack served as either CEO or Chairman for several software businesses, leading corporate transformation across diverse industries, including: architectural software company, Tectonic; Last Minute Tee-Times; and apartment revenue management software company, The Rainmaker Group.

Jack is a graduate of Duke University. He and his wife, Lisa, have been married for over 37 years and have three grown sons and five grandchildren.