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Business Week magazine in 1990 recognized Powell as one of the 5 best Healthcare executives in the USA. He has received six honorary doctorate degrees from universities in the USA and abroad.
Jon Gibson, served the country as a U.S. Air Force Pilot. He then became a real estate developer.
His firm has developed properties covering over 1,000 acres in eight cities. Though the company initially focused on commercial projects, it has planned residential subdivisions to accommodate over 2,000 homes. The company changed its focus over the years from developing their own properties to acquisition of existing quality projects which provide their firm an opportunity for further enhancement. In doing so they diversified acquiring retirement and multi-family communities.
Jon and Marylois possess the hearts of philanthropists, and a passion to preserve the traditional family. They also care deeply about helping “at risk” youth reach their full potential. They are the proud parents of two incredible children and six of the “brightest and best” grandchildren. They live in the foothills near Sacramento along with their horses.
Scott Findorff is the Director of Operations at International Bible Conference.
Scott was born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin. He participated in athletics throughout his youth and was fortunate enough to be a member of the University of Southern California (USC) and United States National swim teams. While at USC he was a member of 3 NCAA National Championship teams, a 4–year All-American, and Captain of both the USC and USA National Teams. Studying business administration, Scott was honored his senior year as one of ten outstanding contributors to USC with induction into its Skull & Dagger Honor Society.
Over the past 40 years Scott has lived and worked in Madison, WI, San Francisco, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Jackson Hole, WY, Chicago, IL, Charlotte, NC and Colorado Springs, CO. His professional experience includes work within large, medium and small business, entrepreneurial ventures and non-profit organizations. Scott’s areas of expertise include; business and resource planning and development, networking and relationship management, operational and change management, and leadership development.
When not currently working with Front Range Bible Institute, or International Bible Conference, or enjoying family time with his wife Laura and five children; Michael, Kristopher, Karly, Paige and Jack, Scott focuses his energies on other non-profit involvements, coaching / mentoring, missions and various recreational activities.
Libbie Wilmer serves as Chief Executive Officer of George Belcher Evans & Wilmer.
She is one of Dallas’ best resources for creative group benefit plan design. Her work with large employers and her background in banking and finance give Libbie a unique approach to achieving clients’ goals. Her vision as a successful business owner gives valuable perspective to companies as she nurtures the big picture and the surrounding relationships without sacrificing the bottom line.
She was named one of her industry’s “Most Influential Women” by Benefit Advising Magazine and a Distinguished Alumni by Hillcrest High School in Dallas. Libbie is a member of several professional organizations including the National Association of Health Underwriters, the National Association of Investment and Financial Advisors and Society for Human Resource Management.
Libbie Wilmer is a native Dallasite, graduated from SMU’s Cox School of Business, UTD’s Executive Institute for Nonprofit Governance and has lived in Dallas her entire life. She is on the Advisory Board of the Senior Source’s Eldercare Partners. She is a member of the Junior League of Dallas, The Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum, Michael Stoner DAR and Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumni Association. Libbie is very proud of her two adult sons and three grandchildren. She enjoys entertaining, gardening and travel.