• John Erwin – 8/29/09
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    President & CEO, Carenet John is the President of CareNet with 25 years experience as a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) executive. Previous to CareNet, John created West Corporation Outbound in San Antonio, Texas. Within 10 years, they became the market leader with revenues of over $200M and 8,500 employees in 17 facilities nationwide. John led West…

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  • Lane Mitchell – 8/22/09
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    Vice President, G.W. Mitchell & Sons, Inc. Project Experience 26 years as a project manager with projects completed at a current cost of over $80,000,000. Two years as a cost engineer with Brown & Root, Inc. working on projects from $40,000,000 to $200,000,000. Affiliations San Antonio Chapter Associated General Contractors – Director 2005 Builders Exchange Of…

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  • Jim Goudge – 8/15/09
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    Chairman and CEO, Broadway National Bank Experience 2001 – Present: Chairman and CEO, Broadway National Bank 1998-2001: President and CEO, Broadway National Bank 1989-1998: Executive Vice President – Lending Division, Broadway National Bank 1985-1989: Executive Vice President – Senior Lender, Kelly Field National Bank 1984-1985: Executive Vice President – Commercial Lender, Allied American Bank 1976-1984: Management…

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  • Bob Crittenden – 8/8/09
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    President & CEO, Project Control Bob Crittenden began his career in the U.S. Air Force reviewing major civil and defense-related projects. After the military, he was an estimator and project manager for Lyda Construction in San Antonio, and in the early 1980s, co-founded a consulting firm, Project Control. Today Bob manages operations and oversees business development…

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  • Dr. Duncan Wimpress – 8/1/09
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    Past President of Trinity University A native Californian, Duncan Wimpress holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Oregon and a Ph.D. from the University of Denver. He also has two honorary doctorates. He has served as president of Monticello College and Monmouth College in Illinois and Trinity University in San Antonio as well as…

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  • Kevin C. Moriarty – 7/18/09
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    CEO of Methodist Healthcare Ministries Kevin C. Moriarty has been a central figure in San Antonio’s healthcare and human services for three decades. Selected as the first chief executive officer of Methodist Healthcare Ministries (MHM) a faith-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing medical and health-related human services to low-income families and the uninsured, Moriarty has led…

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  • Dr. John Vandeberg – 7/11/09
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    Scientist and Director, SNRPC | Genetics and SNPRC, SW Foundation for Biomedical John L. VandeBerg, Ph.D. is Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) of the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research (SFBR), Director of the Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC), Scientist in the Department of Genetics at SFBR, and Professor of Pathology and of Cellular and Structural Biology…

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  • Bill Lyons – 7/4/09
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    Owner of Casa Rio Bill grew up in San Antonio, like his father, both grandfathers and both great grandfather’s before him. From them he inherited a deep devotion to his city. He graduated from Alamo Heights High School and The University of Texas at Austin. From there he served his country as a Lt. in the…

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  • Jose Sena – 6/27/09
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    President & CEO of Blue Clover Blue Clover CEO and president José Sena was chosen to receive the San Antonio Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award for 2006. These men and women are professionals chosen by the Business Journal to be “people inspired to take a novel idea and take it to fruition” and bring technology…

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