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Bumstead socializing with the crowd at his welcome reception

Lubbock Businessman Matt Bumstead Named CEO in Residence for LCU School of Business

Matt Bumstead, a distinguished Lubbock businessman and active member of the community, was named CEO in Residence for the Lubbock Christian University School of Business at a reception Tuesday.

Bumstead is best known for his former role as co-president of United Supermarkets along with varying other leadership roles.

From left, Mack, Bumstead, and President Perrin“The LCU School of Business is elated to have Matt Bumstead join our faculty as CEO in Residence,” said Tracy Mack, dean of the LCU School of Business. “Our students will benefit not only from Matt’s executive experience with United Supermarkets, but also from his passion for living a meaningful life. We know that Matt will have a profitable impact on all of our students.”

Bumstead’s diverse experience and leadership throughout the Lubbock community and his studies at Davidson College, Texas Tech University, and the Union Theological Seminary make him a great addition and resource for the LCU School of Business.

He has served in various leadership roles with:

  • Lubbock Area United Way
  • Lubbock Chamber of Commerce
  • Texas Methodist Foundation
  • Lubbock Entertainment and Performing Arts Association

Bumstead addresses the attendees of his welcome reception"The opportunity to join the LCU family and serve as a part of such an inspiring and impactful mission is a privilege that thrills me tremendously and humbles me deeply. The chance to invest in and learn from some of this nation's most extraordinary young men and women is one I will absolutely treasure," said Bumstead.

As CEO in Residence, Bumstead will offer his expertise to students through mentoring and teaching opportunities. He will draw on his business experience to help LCU business students become Christ-centered business leaders, as well as advance LCU’s "business as ministry" initiative.

"The real world of work and the real world of ministry are the same world," Bumstead said at the reception. "We're gonna talk about every beautiful, messy truth this world has to offer  and we're going to frame it with a capital T."

For more information on the LCU School of Business degree programs, check out LCU.edu/BusinessDegrees or find LCU School of Business on Facebook.