Lori has been working in the accounting and finance field for more than 15 years in both the private and public sectors. She and her husband, Tim, were married in 1999 and live in Fairfield County with their two boys. They attend Walnut Hill Community Church in Bethel and have a long history of serving with Young Life.
Lori is an avid runner, having completed two marathons and has also challenged herself in the sport of triathlon. She has developed many dear friendships through these dynamic communities.
Virginia is the proud mom to her daughter, Savannah, and wife to Richard (who introduced her to Telemachus in 2013). Prior to joining the team, she worked for Hearst Newspapers as a Senior Consultant for Digital Products, and before that, at PS Dept., a tech startup.
She graduated, magna cum laude, from Columbia University with a BA in Art History. Virginia lives in Nashville, TN with her family.
She loves to fly-fish, horseback ride, needlepoint, and cook.
Rick is married to Jill and the father of three adult daughters. He resides in Greenwich, CT and is a 35-year veteran of Wall Street, having spent the majority of his career at Morgan Stanley. Rick pursues his passion for mentoring and coming alongside emerging leaders as President of Telemachus which he co-founded in 2010.
For 18 months ending in June 2018, Rick and Jill were Fellows in Stanford’s Distinguished Career Institute where they were full-time students taking classes in their respective fields of interest alongside of graduate and undergraduate students.
Rick is a graduate of Dartmouth and Stanford Business School and led the leadership group that founded Trinity Church in Greenwich. He loves staying connected with friends, is a passionate golfer and an undistinguished guitar player.
Jill married Rick in 1976, has three grown daughters and three adorable grandchildren. She lives in Greenwich, CT and worked as a commercial banker for 8 years.
During the 17 years she was primarily a full-time mother, she sang a cappella, led several small groups, tutored in French and got her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She also co-founded Women of Vision Fairfield County in 2001.
Jill has been a Licensed Therapist for 17 years and enjoys speaking and performing on topics related to women, marriage, faith and counseling. Helping untangle relationship knots is her passion. She recently authored a book, The Waterwheel: Practical Wisdom for 64 Common Concerns
Doug is the Chairman of Monon Capital, a family office focused on early stage venture investments, a thought and conversation studio, and a charitable fund.
He chairs the Board of Trustees of the Sagamore Institute and serves as a Board member of Trinity Forum, EDGE Mentoring, and International Arts Movement. In addition, he is as an advisor to the DeVoe School of Business at Indiana Wesleyan, on the Board of Tuskegee University, and is a Director of several for-profit businesses, including Lost Valley Ranch and Sun Chef Global.
Doug and his wife Jayne Ann have two married daughters and three grandsons. He is the steward of the Little Free Library #13099, located in his neighborhood, the Arts and Design District in Carmel, IN. The library is but one of the many ways he and his family lives out their passion and commitment for building community and caring for the common good.
Irene is a proud mother of two children and lives in Manhattan. She is an Executive Vice President and Account Director
at Grey Advertising and has over 30 years’ experience in the advertising field building brands for blue chip clients.
She attends All Angels’ Church and has participated in a Contemplative Formation year-long program.
A life-long learner, Irene enjoys mentoring and discipleship in all forms, and welcomes the opportunity to help build the next generation of leaders. She is a graduate of the University of Texas (Austin) and 4th generation Texan, is an avid bike rider and swimmer, loves to travel, and never misses a chance to share dinner with friends and loved ones.
Jane Grizzle lives in Geneva, Switzerland with her husband Josh and three children.
Jane is a graduate of the University of Virginia and previously worked in fundraising and student affairs for educational institutions. She is involved with the American Episcopal Church in Geneva and leads a women’s bible study. In her free time she loves to read, write and sew.
David is the founder of Supra Solem, a family office that partners with leaders, companies, and organizations who are working to make all things new. Supra Solem invests in private vehicles and companies that are led by faith-driven sponsors who have an alternative imagination for the integration of faith and work, with an emphasis on increasing access and awareness to tools and resources around emotional and spiritual health.
David is also a Partner at Greenwood Hospitality Group, a company he helped found in 2009 that has over 4,000 hotel rooms under ownership and management. David is a graduate of Harvard University, and Stanford Business School and is currently active in several work and faith communities including the Christian Economic Forum, Praxis, and Marketplace One. He and his wife Jean have three boys and live in New York City.
Dave is the Chief Revenue Officer for Prolific, a strategic growth and consulting firm. He previously served as President & CEO of EDGE Mentoring for six years, and in sales and marketing roles withExactTarget (now Salesforce) and Pacers Sports & Entertainment.
Dave is on the Board of National Christian Foundation (Indiana) and is Co-Chair of the Corporate Work Study Board at Providence Cristo Rey High School. Hewas named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2016 Forty Under 40 list. Davegraduated from Ball State University, and he and his wife, Joelle, have three young children and live in Indianapolis.
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