Garrett Futrell

Garret is currently the CEO and Owner of Industrial Threaded Products Incorporated, a California Fastener and Industrial  Importer / Distributor. He has also participated in developing sustainable food production systems in Uganda, Haiti and India. Garrett has a Bachelors of Arts Degree from Azusa Pacific University and an incredible passion to equip under served communities with entrepreneurial insights and practices to create healthy income

Vice Chair

Dr. Jason Tresser

Jason is an Associate Professor of Biology at Biola University where he teaches Cell Biology, Genetics and Biochemistry. His lab studies the effects of nutrition on longevity, development and reproduction using fruit flies as a model system. Jason is also the founder and director of the Biola Organic Garden, a cross-discipline project that teaches students from different majors and backgrounds about sustainable food production, nutrition and ecology. 


Secretary / Treasurer

Dr. Micheal Anthony 

Michael is currently the COO/CFO at Dream Centers in Colorado Springs, Colorado and President/CEO of Calibrate Global Consulting. He has served on 16 non profit boards, and has been a Professor of Non-profit Management for over 30 years.


Member at large

Dr. Murray Decker

Murray serves as an Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies at Biola University.  His cross-cultural experience includes several years spent in Cameroon, work in Eastern Europe, and most recently, an ongoing partnership with a ministry in Turkey.  His passions are the establishment and growth of the church among least-reached peoples, and his ever expanding garden and orchard.


Member at large

Bill Largent

Bill is an avid business man, artist, musician and architect, with decades of experience in starting and operating businesses and non-profits. Bill founded The Gethsemane Projects, which helped plant olive groves around the world to empower people with jobs harvesting and pressing olives for oil. His latest endeavor entails tracking down rare species of wood, while empowering native villages, to eventually use the wood to create musical instruments.