Founder and Chairman, Global Media Outreach
Walt was an early executive at Apple and was previously co-founder, chairman and CEO of Exclaim Technologies, Inc., an applications service provider in the business-to-business Internet market. Before that, he served as senior vice president and corporate officer of the consulting group Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC), a $16 billion company.
President and Chairman of the Board, Campus Crusade for Christ
Steve Douglass leads Campus Crusade for Christ with a passion for ministry built over nearly 4 decades of service. Founded in 1951 by Bill and Vonette Bright, Campus Crusade is a worldwide interdenominational Christian evangelism and discipleship organization. During the next 32 years, he held a variety of positions with Campus Crusade, including Executive Vice President and Director of U.S. Ministries. In 2000, founder Bill Bright personally selected Douglass to be his successor.
Chairman, Beckett Corporation
As chairman of Beckett Corp., John guided the business to worldwide leadership in the manufacturing and sales of engineered components for residential and commercial heating. The company, with its affiliates, has sales exceeding $100M, with over 600 employees. John helped found Intercessors For America, is a founding board member of the The King’s College in NY City, and serves on the board of Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ, International). John authored the books, Loving Monday and Mastering Monday, and authored a GMO site, Life’s Greatest Question and a GMO discipleship guide, 30-Day Next Steps.
Intel Fellow and Computer Architect, Intel Corporation (retired)
In his 35-year career at Intel, John provided technology leadership for their flagship microprocessors. He was the Chief Architect of Intel’s 32-bit product line starting with the 386. He later managed the development of the Itanium architecture with a joint Intel/HP team. He has been awarded 38 patents, and was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2002.
Founder, TeleRobotics International
Dr. H Lee Martin founded the company TeleRobotics International, Inc. in 1986, which went public on the NASDAQ exchange as iPIX in 1999. After leaving iPIX, he served as the initial executive director of the Tennessee Technology Development Corporation. He current leads the engineering entrepreneurship efforts for the University of Tennessee College of Engineering. Dr. Martin has been awarded two R&D 100s for product developments and holds 21 US Patents. He has authored the book Techonomics (CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2007).
Chair and CEO, Mission America
Dr. Paul Cedar is the Chair/CEO of the Mission America Coalition. Before joining the Mission America Coalition, he served as the President of the Evangelical Free Church of America for two three-year terms, as the Senior Pastor of Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California for ten years, as Executive Pastor and Pastor of Evangelism at Hollywood Presbyterian Church and as Pastor of several Evangelical Free Churches.