Brent Assink

Brent Assink

Brent is the Chairman of Fuller Investment Management Company and Executive Director of The Fuller Foundation. He oversees all fundraising programs in support of the mission of Fuller Theological Seminary and ensures a stable and growing philanthropic base for the Seminary’s global ministry. Brent is responsible for growing the Seminary’s assets through planned gifts, new gifts to the Fuller Endowment, and effective investment management. Prior to joining Fuller, he served for eighteen years as Executive Director of the San Francisco Symphony, recognized as one of the world’s most innovative and successful orchestras. His responsibilities included oversight of the Symphony’s $70 million annual operating budget and the investments of its pension funds and its $275 million endowment. Brent holds dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Business Administration and Music from Dordt College and a Master of Arts in Musicology from the University of Minnesota.

Dan Cooper

Dan Cooper, CPA

Dan’s investments, finance, and regulatory compliance experience spans over three decades. As President of Fuller Investment Management Company and Chief Operating Officer of The Fuller Foundation, he oversees the accounting, finance, and tax services for investment funds, charitable trusts, and other charitable giving vehicles. Prior to joining Fuller Investment Management Company and The Fuller Foundation, Dan was Chief Financial Officer for the YMCA. As CFO, he provided leadership for the financial turnarounds of two YMCA associations. He also held senior management positions at KPMG and Ernst & Young. Dan holds a Master of Science in Taxation from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Texas State University. He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Series 65 securities license.

Todd Berrick

Todd B. Derrick, MBA

Vice President, Client Advisory Services

Todd has over twenty years of investment management, charitable giving, and finance experience serving individual and institutional investors. As Vice President, Client Advisory Services of Fuller Investment Management Company and Senior Director, Estate and Charitable Gift Planning Services of The Fuller Foundation, he oversees the investment management and charitable giving services for individuals, families, and Fuller Theological Seminary. Since 1998, he has specialized in using advanced investment strategies to help clients reach their financial and philanthropic goals. Prior to joining the Foundation, Todd spent seven years in public accounting specializing in complex tax matters relating to individuals, partnerships, charitable trusts, and estates. He worked in commercial real estate investment sales and leasing for five years with an international commercial real estate brokerage firm. Todd holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business from Westmont College. He holds a Series 65 securities license.