Christian A. Carpenter
Head Build designer for Everything Residential and The Savage Design Team.
Facts about The CAC :
Born in Mesa, Arizona, Christian attended elementary school in Mesa and won the flag football Super Bowl at the east valley YMCA (MVP of the game). He moved to Ventura California in the 5th grade and started riding dirt bikes and played some really good tackle football as soon as he arrived . He became a little bit of a local celebrity in Ventura county as being one of the premier players featured on a TV show called BucTV that was hosted by Hannah Carpenter (his twin sister). One game short of the super bowl that year, the Arizona boy killed it in Cali. He headed back to Arizona in 2009 in 9th grade where he played football at Mountain View high school. He transferred in his junior year to Mesa high school and never looked back.
Christian graduated in 2015 with ASU in mind, but he decided college was not for him and he became one of the youngest registered contractors in Arizona. He started remodeling houses with his schoolmates and some of his football player friends. He was the first graduate of the Young Entrepreneurs (an alternative to going to college), which is also where he teaches the basics and advanced trade skills to the future workforce of America.
As trainees advance to foremen, they start learning entrepreneurial skills from Randy's "7 Steps to Freedom Through Entrepreneurship" training program. Christian attends Sun Valley Community Church, where he has teamed up with other builders and like-minded people to build homes for poverty-stricken families in Haiti for the past four years. In October of 2019 they built 2 more homes. He is currently booked to be a public speaker opening for the band CTS. They will perform at high school concerts featuring that schools orchestra playing behind the rock band CTS. He will be speaking on the alternative to going to college "Young Entrepreneurs Tour 2019-2020". All proceeds go to the high school band department as a way to start training our young entrepreneurs.