Stamps has nearly two decades of experience in conservative public policy and development. He is passionate about linking top philanthropists around the country with strategic opportunities to advance their values. He previously served as senior advisor to the president at The Heritage Foundation. Prior to that he was director of development at the George W. Bush Foundation in Dallas and also served in federal affairs at Koch Industries.
He believes strongly in the values of faith and freedom as the bedrock of our nation, and he desires to see those values permeating every corner of society. That’s why, in addition to his work in the conservative movement, he is active on the cultural front via several national ministries.
Raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Stamps and his wife Anglea spent several years in Washington, DC before returning home to Texas to raise their three sons: Charlie, Landry and Colson.