Biography | Eric Hogue

Eric Hogue joined Colorado Christian University as the vice president of Advancement in January 2018. In this role, he oversees all university fundraising efforts including campaigns for annual, capital, endowment, planned gifts, alumni, parents, and athletics. Prior to joining CCU, Eric served as the chief development officer (CDO) of William Jessup University in Rocklin, California. He is also known for his roles as a former political candidate, practicing theologian and pastor, and long-tenured radio, television, and media professional. Over his 31-year media career, Hogue has been honored with Salem Communication’s 2004 Andy Anderson Award and the Pacific Justice Institute’s Media Award. In California, Hogue is best known for launching the state’s “historic gubernatorial recall” of Gray Davis in 2003. Hogue has been married to his wife, Tammy, for 29 years. They are parents of two daughters, one son-in-law, and two grandchildren.