Real estate, integrity, and experience are the cornerstones of Vip Vipperman, Senior International Real Estate Advisor. Vip is a bilingual business leader and savvy real estate professional with a successful track record in the international environment. Having lived in Asia for 9 years, Vip speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently and has extensive experience helping local and international executives find homes, ranches, and investment properties
Ed has a long history of supporting entrepreneurial businesses in the city of Dallas as a corporate executive for two separate publicly traded computer software companies, as a partner in a Dallas based venture capital firm, and as an owner of a company providing information management solutions to Energy companies and companies in other vertical markets. He is active as a member of the executive team for Movement Day Greater Dallas, a city transformation ministry, and teaches a young married small group at Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas.
Brenda Teele is North Texas television personality. She's hosted several news programs and can be seen nationally on CMT's, Dallas Cowboy's Cheerleaders: Making the Team. Brenda is a former business owner and is presently the Business Relationship Manager for Federal Title, Inc.
Wade is an entrepreneur that enjoys inspiring, instructing, and investing in entrepreneurs to help them be more successful.
Doug has a background in venture capital and operations, having invested in multiple companies, and having also run multiple companies in senior management and board positions. For twenty years he has also been involved in supporting Christian ministries worldwide, often lending his management experience to ministry leadership, in addition to providing significant financial support.
John Raymond is the Chief Business Executive for GuideStone Financial Resources leading all insurance and investment services - GuideStone Funds is the largest Christian based mutual fund family; and provides investment solutions for retirement plans, retail and institutional clients. Prior to joining GuideStone, he was a senior management in the Wealth Management Division of Wells Fargo Bank.
Ross is professor of management and founding director of the Center for Business as Mission at Dallas Baptist University. His Ph.D. in business administration is from the University of Texas at Arlington. Ross is a former small business owner and account executive for AT&T
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Scot is Senior Vice President for MacDonald Realty Group, a Family Office Organization that invests in value add multifamily apartments, and private debt & equity projects. MacDonald is committed to business as ministry and mission. Specifically, by creating a ministry organization to meet the physical and spiritual needs of thousands of residents and families of their apartment communities. Prior to MacDonald he held executive positions with commercial real estate and boutique investment consulting firms, and began his career in Audit with the national accounting firm Alexander Grant the predecessor firm to Grant Thornton.
Grant is the founder of INITIATIVE, a missional millennial network. In response of millennials being labeled as non-commital, critical, entitled, slacktivists, INITIATIVE’s mission is to shift culture by making millennials Christ-loving, city-changing, church-investing, disciple-making, local missionaries.
Kirk McKinnon serves as Senior Vice President for Avatar Investment Group, a group that directly invests in a broad range of asset classes. He has previously served with International Justice Mission, a faith-based NGO seeking to protect the poor and vulnerable from violence and oppression, and in positions with the private equity group Tregan Partners, and the law firm of Haynes and Boone, LLP.