Floyd has 28 years of experience in ministry and organizational development and leadership. He served 22 years in the country of Mongolia with Cru, helping start multiple ministries and developing staff, leaders and teams. He held several positions in Mongolia, including National Director for twelve years and Team Leader of Leadership Development and Human Resources for five years. He was on the faculty of the National University of Mongolia, where he taught classes in Forestry, Biometrics and Experimental Design. Floyd oversaw research projects and provided extensive consultation and service to the Mongolian government.
Floyd started his career with the U.S. Forest Service, working in silviculture and timber management. He holds a B.S. in Multi-Resource Land Management and an M.S. in Forest Ecology and Silviculture. Early in his career, he also served with Cru at Northern Arizona University. Floyd’s greatest joy in work and ministry is encouraging and developing emerging leaders. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife Lynne. Together, they have three adult sons and two grandchildren.