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At the core, ELO is an expanding web of like-minded people who believe in the importance of the call for Christian marketplace and entrepreneurial leaders to be more effective difference-makers. As a result, a wide range of individuals support ELO from all around the world.
This support comes from the ground up in many forms. It includes financial support of event sponsors, those contributing relational capital that opens doors to the right connections, and the valuable time of speakers at our forums, webinars and other events.
We have been humbled that over the years many high-profile business leaders have come to present at our events. In Oxford, we have had amazing, high-demand instructors that prioritize our programme in their schedules so that they may come speak to our group. We have had top Hollywood executives do day trips to fly in to some of our Forums.
All of these supporters want to be part of the community. We have been beneficiaries of a tremendous amount of good will.
So, who is ELO? It includes full-time staff, advisors, collaborators, table hosts, sponsors, speakers, Oxford faculty, collaborators, and suppliers. ELO has always been a collaborative undertaking—the momentum comes from broad-based community support.
It doesn’t take a village—it takes Gideon’s Army! So, here is a partial list of supporters that make ELO happen (and it keeps growing).
Richard Blackaby, President, Blackaby Ministries International
Jerry Bowyer, President, Bowyer Research
Isabella D. Bunn, Research Fellow in Governance and Global Ethics, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford
Don Campion, Co-Founder and President, Banyan Air Service
Graham Carter, Principal, Vertex Developments and Maven Consulting
Heather Claridge, Senior Vice President, People and Culture, Nicola Wealth
Diane Craig, CEO and Founder, Corporate Class Inc.
Robert Ellis, Senior Research Fellow, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford
Bill Foo, Chairman, Tung Lok Group
Katy Granville-Chapman, Teaching Fellow, University of Oxford Department of Education
Stephen Green, Former Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings PLC
Bobby Gruenewald, Pastor and Innovation Leader, Life.Church
Manuel Guillén, University of Valencia Representative, RCC-Harvard
Peter Hall, Chief Economist, econosphere inc.
Ron Haik, Wealth Advisor & Client Relationship Manager, Nicola Wealth
David Hancock, Founder, Morgan James Publishing of New York City
Matthew T. Lee, Senior Research Scientist, the Human Flourishing Program Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University
John Lennox, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Oxford University
Dale Lutz, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Safe Software
Jeff McHugh, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Chair, Crowell School of Business
Douglas Nix, Chairman, Stillwater Capital Corporation
Philip Ng, Chairman, Far East Organization (FEO)
Simon Pillar, Managing Director, Pacific Equity Partners (PEP)
Andrew Pollard, Director, Oxford Vaccine Group, University of Oxford
Scott Rae, Dean of Faculty and Professor of Christian Ethics, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University
Chris Spanjaard, Senior Vice President and COO, Purolator Operations
Dato Dr. Kim Tan, Chairman, Springhill Management
Richard Turnbull, Director, Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics
N.T. "Tom" Wright, Senior Research Fellow, Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford
Carissa Youssef, CEO, The Stattonrock Group
Georgette Zinaty, Executive Vice President, Corporate Class Inc.
To view a comprehensive list, visit our website page HERE.
Are you a supporter yet don't see your name here? Let us know! Email Ceara@ELONetwork.org