Christine earned an MD from the Medical College of Ohio, and a Masters of Public Health from the University of Utah. In addition to practicing medicine, she has taught, lectured, and consulted with companies regarding healthcare delivery. She has traveled throughout the world, including kayaking in the Gulf of Alaska, climbing El Capitan, backpacking through rural China, and scuba diving in the barrier reefs of Palau. For fun, she enjoys reading, hiking, volunteering with science fairs to encourage the next generation of scientists and healthcare providers, and spending time with her husband and three children.
DIRECTORS & MANAGEMENT
Prior to establishing his own firm in 1992, Jim worked as a financier and investment manager, including time at Dean Witter Reynolds and First Interstate Bank, NA. Since 1992, he has built and managed a succession of operating businesses, and has structured business transactions for partner and affiliates’ capital totaling over US $10 billion. His restructure work has often focused on operations and capital efficiency, and managing turbulent periods of company growth, acquisition or decline.
Jim earned a BS in Finance from Youngstown State University and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. He is an Eagle Scout. Jim is a Director of the Arizona State University Foundation Investment Committee, the Arizona Community Foundation Investment Committee, and the Arizona Public Safety Pension Plan. He and his wife of 28 years live in Scottsdale, Arizona, and have three children.
In addition to being a Director of Capax World Cambodia Organization and overseeing Capax’s agriculture initiatives, including the Tonle Chum Model Farm and the Glorious Families Program, Sambo serves on the boards of several businesses and social enterprises. He was a founder and CEO of the Quality Career Institute of Cambodia, and is a member of the Cambodia Investor Club (CIC), Cooperative Empire Group, Partners for World Peace (PWP), and Conversations with Foreigners.
In 1998, Warren founded the international consulting firm Manzimvula Ventures, Inc., through which he led corporations to enter global markets and improve operating results in the manufacturing, distribution, technology, and healthcare sectors. Warren helped client corporations increase their focus on sustainability and corporate responsibility in order to achieve social and environmental success while still addressing core operating issues to further improve financial performance. He has built and led cross-cultural teams, fostering development of thriving, international operations, and has united organizational cultures for a multitude of client organizations. Warren pioneered the ‘Integrative Strategy Approach’ that engages entire organizations, helping leaders, teams and individuals to move from silos to unity, from intent to action, and from purpose to productivity.
Before establishing his own firm, Warren worked for several Canadian, South African and transnational corporations, including USANA Canada, Nextra Technologies, Compugen Group, Wellington Trust, Sbarro, and Comprifix/Emseal. He studied Commerce, Economics and Finance at the University of South Africa. Warren is a Six Sigma blackbelt, and enjoys hiking, photography, horses, scuba diving and bungee jumping. Warren is married with three children, and lives in Minnesota.
In 2004, Bora became the youngest CEO in the history of VisionFund Cambodia, one of the leading microfinance institutions in Cambodia, with more than 600 staff, total assets of nearly US $27 million, and branch offices throughout Cambodia. Prior to joining VisionFund, he served as a board member of Cambodia Microfinance Association, an internal audit manager for World Vision Cambodia, and an auditor for Ernst & Young. After leaving VisionFund Cambodia in 2009, Bora successfully founded and led a number of private and social institutions, including Aplus Consulting, CEO and Entrepreneur Development Center of Aplus School for Professionals, Cambodia Microfinance Institute, Help Our Homeland Association, and the Cambodia Trainer Association. He has consulted with microfinance institutions, private companies, and NGOs, and trained more than 10,000 people, including entrepreneurs, CEOs, managers, employees, civil servants and students.
Bora was born in the Kampong Thom province of Cambodia during the Pol Pot regime, in 1977, the oldest of eight children in a poor family. He has dedicated his life to sharing with his fellow countrymen how they, like he, can escape a life of chronic poverty, and substitute a mindset of leadership and sustainability in its place. Bora holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Management with an accounting specialization, as well as a workplace assessor certification from Melbourne University. Bora and his family live in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In addition to public speaking engagements, he has been interviewed in television and radio broadcasts, newspapers and business magazines for his insights into youth and life leadership empowerment, and organizational and entrepreneurship development.
Kendall graduated Summa Cum Laude & Phi Beta Kappa from Arizona State University, and also holds an MA in Journalism and Mass Communication from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. Outside the office, Kendall enjoys spending time with her husband and children, and studying ways to make the world a better place.