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Thrivent leadership

A company’s strength is rooted in the leadership guiding it. Our executive management team and board of directors are committed to leading with purpose and helping our clients achieve financial clarity, enabling lives full of meaning and gratitude.
Thrivent is a membership-owned fraternal organization. We don't answer to third-party shareholders the way publicly traded companies have to. This means our leaders and governing body are able to work in the interest of our membership while being true to what we believe in.
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Board oversight & structure
Our board of directors, the supreme governing body, oversees all aspects of our organization and focuses on serving in the interest of our membership.

Elected by our membership, the Thrivent Board of Directors:
  • Establishes and promotes Our Purpose and Our Promise.
  • Oversees major business decisions.
  • Works with leadership to assess and manage risk.

For more information, please contact:*

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Thrivent Board of Directors

Office of the Corporate Secretary
600 Portland Avenue S., Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Letters will be collected and forward to the chair of the board or a specific director, if named.* Letters on specific topics will be forwarded as indicated:
  • A complaint relating to a specific product or contract will be referred to Member Relations.
  • A complaint relating to accounting matters will be referred to the chair of the Audit Committee.
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Greg McCullough

612-844-4329
greg.mccullough@thrivent.com

For media requests or information regarding Thrivent’s executive management, please contact Greg McCullough—VP, Chief of Staff to the CEO. In addition to partnering with the Executive Leadership Team to prioritize work, align resources and track enterprise performance, he facilitates the creation and execution of Thrivent’s External Affairs strategy and the management of the organization’s interactions with external communications.
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Thrivent Board of Directors

Office of the Corporate Secretary
600 Portland Avenue S., Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Letters will be collected and forward to the chair of the board or a specific director, if named.* Letters on specific topics will be forwarded as indicated:
  • A complaint relating to a specific product or contract will be referred to Member Relations.
  • A complaint relating to accounting matters will be referred to the chair of the Audit Committee.
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Greg McCullough

612-844-4329
greg.mccullough@thrivent.com

For media requests or information regarding Thrivent’s executive management, please contact Greg McCullough—VP, Chief of Staff to the CEO. In addition to partnering with the Executive Leadership Team to prioritize work, align resources and track enterprise performance, he facilitates the creation and execution of Thrivent’s External Affairs strategy and the management of the organization’s interactions with external communications.
* Thrivent will initially receive and process communications before forwarding them to the addressee. Communications may also be referred to other departments within Thrivent if applicable. We generally will not forward to the board any communication that is primarily commercial in nature, that relates to an improper or irrelevant topic, or that requests general information about Thrivent.
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