Peter Mogan has been actively involved in the life of Regent College since 1990, firstly as a student and then as a sessional lecturer in the Marketplace Theology program since 1992, and mostly as a practitioner of following the way of Jesus in the marketplace. Peter has practiced law in Ontario and B.C. since 1977 and is the managing partner of a Vancouver law firm specializing in serving entrepreneurs and in merger and acquisition transactions. He is currently on the international Board of Food for the Hungry as well as serving on nine other company and not-for-profit boards. Peter is cofounder of a national social enterprise called Global Mothers and is passionately engaged in Artisan Church, a church plant in downtown Vancouver. He loves to see Regent students liberated to find their calling in serving Christ in the marketplace.