Rick Roberts was born in Los Angeles, California. Rick is an author of sixteen books and was a ten year member of the Colorado Press Association and is a current member of the National Speakers Association Colorado branch. He has started and managed dozens of businesses and has a true entrepreneurial spirit. He co-founded Legacy Grace Community Development Corporation to provide affordable housing solutions, business start-ups and an art gallery for homeless and low income folks to display their work and change their lives. He loves singing and dancing, photography and painting. He lives with his wife and five sons in Denver. He attended the Colorado School of Mines.
Marcus Weaver was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He has managed many non-profit organizations and co-founded Legacy Grace Community Development Corporation to provide affordable housing solutions, business start-ups and an art gallery for homeless and low income folks to display their work and change their lives. He has hosted his own radio show and speaks professionally all over America. He won the National Student of the Year Award in 2006 for the American Society of Radiation Technologists at Pima Medical Institute. He was the National Community Volunteer of the Year for Friends First in 2015. He is a Professional Speaker, Business Development Officer and a survivor of the Aurora Theater shooting. He loves karaoke, bowling and inspiring others. He lives with his wife in Denver and has five children, four sons and a daughter. He attended George Mason University.
Kim Bell is a professional musician, an entrepreneur and business owner, conference planner, speaker and a teacher. She has a variety of training experience in teaching music, administration, leadership and wellness. Her specialty is business start-ups and customization for organizations. She attended San Jose State University and lives in Denver with her three children.
“To leave this world better than we found it, to restore dignity and hope and be an example to others so they too can find their niche.”