Eric Quan is a servant, disciple-maker and co-founder of Telos Ventures, a Silicon Valley based Gospel-centered venture advisory and early-stage capital fund. In addition to his work at Telos, Eric works with a number of local and global ministries. He is married to his wife Jennifer of 19 years and has four daughters Jordan (11), Chloe (10), Riley (8) and Emma (3).
Aimee Minnich serves as Chief Impact Officer and General Counsel of Impact Foundation where she helps donors deploy charitable capital into investments that earn money while accomplishing measurable social, environmental, and spiritual gains. Aimee and her husband Marshall have been married since 2003 and have three adorable and high-energy kids. A Kansas City native, Aimee loves serving on the boards of two local nonprofits that seek to make the city an even better place.
David brings a sterling history of achievement and leadership in both the investment sector and the social enterprise space: a business professor at the University of San Francisco and a former investment banker in the technology industry; co-founder and president of the Not For Sale; co-founder and Managing Partner of Just Business.
Kurt Knapton is an innovative business leader and “impact investor” passionate about his faith and calling to help equip and encourage entrepreneurs. Kurt is the former President and CEO of Research Now. Today, Kurt is an investor and strategic advisor to a portfolio of early-stage growth companies, where he invests both his time and capital seeking to achieve “triple bottom line returns” (e.g. financial, social and spiritual). Kurt also serves on the Board of Directors of Edify, a non-profit that funds low-fee private schools in developing countries.
Jake is a Partner with Sovereign’s Capital, a venture capital and private equity fund that invests in faith driven entrepreneurs in the U.S. and Southeast Asia. He leads fund operations and oversees venture stage deal flow / investing. Prior to Sovereign’s Jake was in operational and advisory roles spanning start-ups to public companies.
Jake lives with his wife Lauren and his twins (a daughter and son) in Washington, D.C., where he is a board member of Little Lights Urban Ministries and Trinity Fellows Academy.