Staff


Clint Harrington

Executive Director

Clint Harrington is a Christian, husband, father, and the founder of FinD. Clint also serves as Director, Global Asset Management for Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR) over the firm’s Central US market (including Houston, Austin, Dallas, Chicago, and Minneapolis). He is married to Amy Harrington, father to Hank and Hannah, and stepfather to Robby, Scotty, and Molly. Clint is an active member of Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church where he currently serves on the Men’s Ministry team having previously served on the Senior Pastor Nominating Committee (sourcing Alf Halvorson) and as the Men’s Ministry Elder. In addition, he has either formed, served as a speaker, or participated as a team member for MDPC DADS, Men’s Life, Next Steps, MDPC Men’s Retreat, CBGR, Dad’s Campout and Tailgate, and Men’s Core Leadership Team.  He is one of the rotating teachers for Daily Bread, his adult Sunday School class. After growing up in Dallas, Texas, he earned a B.A., in Political Sociology, from UCLA and an M.B.A., in Marketing and Real Estate Finance, from Texas A&M. Clint enjoys watching Aggie or Bruin sports, fishing, hunting, and spending time with Amy and the kids.

Amy Harrington

Interim Ministry Coordinator

Amy Harrington is wife to Clint, mother to Robby and Scotty, and stepmother to Molly, Hank, and Hannah. As an active member of Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, she serves as the Personnel Elect Elder, on the Women’s Ministry Team, and as an occasional teacher of her adult Sunday School class, Daily Bread. She is Of Counsel to the law firm of Walters, Balido & Crain, where she practices civil litigation. Amy enjoys volunteering and has served the Stratford High School PTSA as VP-Membership and as Chair of the Sparta Fund Committee, the Stratford Girls Lacrosse Team as Travel Coordinator, the Memorial Knights Lacrosse Team as Team Manager (5-6 Gold), and has served on many other committees for her children’s schools and sports teams. Amy also serves on the Board of Directors for Home Encouragement Ministries. As a fourth-generation Houstonian, Amy grew up in Northeast Houston. She received her B.S., in Psychology, from Texas A&M University, and her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. When not working or volunteering, she can be found passionately watching Aggie sports, spending time with her family, cooking, and entertaining.

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