Sister Maris Stella
Sisters of Life
General Session 2

Sr. Maris Stella is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland. She served in The U.S. Navy for nearly a decade, as a gunnery officer on a destroyer off the coast of South America on drug interdiction missions, and later representing her nation as a liaison officer at the Navy’s base in Naples, Italy. A Catholic lay leader the whole time, when she completed her honorable military service she accepted an even higher calling: to serve Jesus Christ and his Mother as a Sister of Life, recalling that her “heart was made for something more.” A Sister of Life since 2006, Sr. Maris Stella moved to Denver in 2015 to help open a new convent and to minister especially to young adults in the Archdiocese, including college students. In her DFMC talk, Sr. Maris Stella will inspire all present to reach higher in our own lives of service to The Lord and to others, and to recognize the awesome responsibility each of us has as officers of The Church. 

Rick Popp
Executive Director of Human Resources, Ford Motor Company North America (Retired)
ACTS XXIX, Leadership Missionary
General Session 3

Rick Popp is a recognized authority on leadership and organization development. As a leadership consultant and HR executive and practitioner for over 30 years, he has provided thousands of people with the tools to reach and maintain peak performance. He works with clients in multiple industries, from startups to multinationals, to unleash the full potential of their teams and organizations.

Rick has three decades of experience as a leadership consultant and is the retired chief human resources executive from a Fortune 15 company.  He has extensive expertise in leadership development and HR, including organization design, executive recruitment and succession planning, global HR business operations, human capital strategy, customer call center operations, performance coaching, team dynamics, corporate culture.  Rick is a speaker and facilitator of strategic planning sessions to create or reinvent business strategies, restructure organizations, cultivate winning teams and cultures, optimize performance, and develop HR policies & programs.  Rick is the author of The Game of a Lifetime: 9 Lessons for Young Athletes (and Everybody Else) to Achieve Real Success in Sports, Career, Family, and Life.

Rick is an Independent Leadership Consultant with nearly 30 years in leadership roles with Ford Motor Company, most recently Executive Director of Human Resources, North America, Autonomous Vehicles, Electrification, & Global Markets; prior roles included Director of HR, Global Marketing, Sales & Service and Autonomous Vehicle & Electrification; Director of Employee Benefits; various other HR leadership assignments including HR Director, Ford of Mexico.  Rick has multiple board and community leadership roles.

Deacon Mike Houghton
Director of Missionary Strategic Planning, Archdiocese of Detroit
Concurrent Session 4 & 5 A


Deacon Mike Houghton was ordained a Catholic deacon in October of 2012. For the past decade he has served as deacon at St. John Vianney in Shelby Township, Michigan, a parish in the Archdiocese of Detroit, where he leads RCIA and a Men’s Group. He and his wife Anita have three adult children who are their pride and joy. Deacon Mike worked for General Motors for 35 years before assuming the position of Director of Missionary Strategic Plans for the Archdiocese of Detroit. In addition to his diaconal studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, Deacon Mike has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Wayne State University, a Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University, and an MBA from Oakland University. He has published several articles as well as homilies for Homiletic and Pastoral Review. In July of 2023, Deacon Mike assumed the role of Executive Director of UTG at Work, an apostolate which helps women and men understand their identity as missionary disciples, equips them to discover their unique mission from God, and supports them as they joyfully live out their faith and witness to Christ and the Gospel in the workplace. To learn more about UTG at Work, visit UTGatwork.org.

Molly Burhans, M.S., D.H.L.
Founder and Executive Director, GoodLands
Concurrent Sessions 4 & 5 B

Molly Burhans is an internationally recognized environmentalist, cartographer, and social entrepreneur. Molly is a vising scholar at Canisius College and adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Molly is an alumna of Canisius College (Philosophy ’14) and holds an M.S. in Ecological Design from the Conway School (’15). She is the founder and executive director of GoodLands, an organization whose mission is to mobilize large landholders to use their property for environmental and humanitarian good. Molly oversaw the creation of first unified data-based global map of the Catholic Church’s governing (ecclesiastical) jurisdictions at ESRI as an invited researcher. These maps premièred at the Vatican in 2016.

Molly has developed models and projects related to ecological restoration across geographic scales, global meta-state governance, conservation financing with non-taxable landholders, and data infrastructure deployment for global non-state actors. This work has gained interest and recognition from academic, governmental, and private sector organizations.

Molly's work has been covered by major media outlets including the New Yorker Magazine, America (Jesuit) Media, BBC, Forbes, L'Osservatore Romano (The Holy See’s official newspaper). and The Boston Globe. She is a leading voice and activist in the Faith for Earth space. She has been an invited speaker at numerous venues including universities, academic and technology conferences, the United Nations, TEDxBoston, and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Molly was a member of the Vatican Arts and Technology Council (2016) and has been a delegate at various United Nations events, Vatican symposia, including the Vatican Youth Symposium.

Jarrett Kolthoff
Founder & CEO, SpearTip Cyber Counterintelligence
Concurrent Sessions 4 & 5 C

Jarrett Kolthoff, CEO & Founder of SpearTip, emerged as an internationally recognized cybersecurity expert, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur shortly after leaving military service as a Counterintelligence Agent. The SpearTip team responds to cyber intrusions across the globe and protects our clients 24/7 with our ShadowSpear Platform, focusing on protecting Enterprise corporations and Managed Service Providers.

Jarrett holds a BA in Political Science & Economics Rockhurst University and a Masters in International Relations from Troy State University. Jarrett brings real world experience backed by numerous technical certifications, including Sans Global Information Assurance Certification–Forensic Analyst (GCFA) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

Curtis Martin
Founder & CEO, Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS)
General Session 6

Curtis A. Martin founded the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) in 1998. He holds a master’s degree in Theology and is the author of the best-selling books, Made for More, and Making Missionary Disciples. In 2004, Curtis and his wife, Michaelann, were awarded the Benemerenti Medal by Pope Saint John Paul II for their outstanding service to the Church. In 2011, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Curtis as a Consultor to the Pontifical Council of the New Evangelization, and on April 25th of this year FOCUS announced that Curtis had been appointed Consultor to the Section for the Fundamental Questions of Evangelization in the World for the Dicastery for Evangelization. Curtis and his wife, Michaelann, live in Colorado. They have been blessed with nine children, and eight grandchildren….so far.

Archbishop Timothy Broglio
President, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
General Session 7

On November 19, 2007, Archbishop Broglio was named the fourth Archbishop of the Military Services USA, and installed January 25, 2008, the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul.  Broglio, 70, was born in 1951 in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, where he attended St. Ignatius High School. He received a bachelor’s degree in the classics from Boston College and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in sacred theology and a doctorate in canon law from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. 

He was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Cleveland in 1977. After serving as an associate pastor at St. Margaret Mary parish in Euclid, Ohio, for two years, he returned to Rome and studied at the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy, joining the Vatican Diplomatic Corps in 1983. He served as secretary of the apostolic nunciature in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, for four years and then in Asunción, Paraguay, for three years.  

He has been a defender of religious-freedom protections for those serving in the military. Last year, he spoke out against mandating military personnel to receive the COVID-19 vaccine against their conscience.  

Broglio is vice chairman and chancellor of Catholic Distance University and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Catholic Bioethics Center. He also serves as chairman of the Communications Committee for the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.

Sean Davis
Senior Director of Technology and Information, Word on Fire Catholic Ministries
Concurrent Sessions 8 & 9 A

Sean Davis is the Senior Director of Technology and Information for Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. He leads a team charged with ensuring Word on Fire can spread the Gospel through the new media. Sean and his engineering team oversee apps, websites, and logistical systems that serve millions of people a month ensuring they can experience Word on Fire’s extensive content. Prior to Word on Fire, he was an independent web developer.

Sean’s presentation will prepare you to create a successful information technology strategy with the tools, personnel, and planning in place. He will survey all the critical segments of a diocesan IT program in this highly practical, relevant session.

Concurrent Sessions 8 & 9 B Team

Tim Thomas
Executive Director of Administration & Finance, and Human Resources
Roman Catholic Diocese of Marquette
Concurrent Sessions 8 & 9 B

Tim is responsible for all financial management and human resources of the Diocese of Marquette. He is a member of numerous boards and/or finance councils affiliated with the diocese. Tim has served as the interim Superintendent of Catholic Schools, the Director of Catholic Social Services of the Upper Pensinsula, and the Director of Catholic Cemeteries.

Tim has worked in the banking industry for more than 15 years.  Most of that time was working as a national bank examiner for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in three different states. He has also worked in the audit department for a mid-size bank holding company.

Tim has been married to his wife, Michele, for 29 years and have three children.

Tim received a Bachelor’s degree from Northern Michigan University where he majored in accounting. He received his commission from the U.S. Treasury Department as a national bank examiner and was part of a team which received an award from the Secretary of the Treasury for work on bank fraud.

He is a member of St. Michael’s Parish in Marquette, MI where he has served on the parish finance council and helped lead the high school religious education group. He currently serves as a lector, a cantor, and an usher.

Concurrent Sessions 8 & 9 B Team

Spencer J. Stang, Ph.D.
Founder and owner of Stang Decision Systems
Concurrent Sessions 8 & 9 B

As founder and owner of Stang Decision Systems, Spencer J. Stang, Ph.D. specializes in the design and implementation of customized employee selection systems, with a specific emphasis on using optimized algorithms to improve the decision making process. Throughout his 20-year career he has worked closely with many of the world’s largest and most successful business and sports organizations to help them identify, develop and deploy the talent that they need to gain a competitive advantage. His approach focuses on helping organizations use advanced decision-making tools so that they can optimize their human resource capabilities

Spencer received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. In addition to his broad consulting experience, his research in the areas of decision making, employee selection systems, and cognitive biases has been presented at many conferences and published in scientific journals and popular HR Magazines.

Rev. Msgr. William King, J.C.D.
Assistant Professor of Canon Law, Catholic University of America
Concurrent Sessions 8 & 9 C

Monsignor King is a priest ordained in the Diocese of Harrisburg, presently serving as Assistant Professor of Canon Law at The Catholic University of America. He previously served as a pastor and a seminary vice-rector, after 28 years in diocesan administration as Judicial Vicar and Vicar General in the Diocese of Harrisburg and Archdiocese of Atlanta. He is also a private aircraft pilot and organist. Msgr. King's areas of study are the interface of civil law and canon law in areas of property tenure and Church governance. He regularly consults with dioceses, Catholic health systems, and Catholic universities in areas of sponsorship, property tenure, and corporate governance, including compliance with canon law and the ethical directives for healthcare.

Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 A is sponsored by CAPTRUST. 

Please visit them in the exhibit hall, Platinum booth #111.

Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 A Team

Mr. Stephen H. Schott
Principal and Senior Director, CAPTRUST
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 A 

Stephen merged The Schott Group, the investment consulting firm he founded, with CapTrust Advisors in 2007 to become one of the firm’s three managing principals. He became part of CAPTRUST in 2017 when CapTrust Advisors merged with CAPTRUST. Stephen has more than 35 years of institutional investment consulting experience and currently serves as a principal and senior director of institutional religious retirement and foundation services. He advises endowments, foundations, captive insurance plans, Taft-Hartley plans, and public pensions. Stephen and his team were ranked in the top twenty for the last five years in Barron’s Top 100 Institutional Consultants list.

Stephen’s dedication to the Catholic Church is evident in the many leadership roles he holds outside of work. He was made a Knight of St. Gregory by Pope Benedict XVI—an honor bestowed upon Catholic men and women in recognition of their personal service to the Holy See and to the Catholic Church through their unusual labors, their support of the Holy See, and the examples they set in their communities and their countries. He is an investment committee member for Catholic Relief Services and Sacred Heart Major Seminary Foundation. Additionally, Stephen is chairman emeritus of Schott Memorial Foundation and trustee emeritus of Pope John Paul II Cultural Center. In 2016, Stephen was invited to the Vatican as a guest speaker on impact investing.

Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 A Team

Mr. Brian Waterman
Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI) Special Agent
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 A

Brian is a graduate of the University of South Florida with an Accounting Degree with six years of Cost Accounting and Financial Accounting experience in Private Industry.

Brian joined the FBI in 1995 and was assigned to and continues to work at the Miami Field Office.  He has 17 years working financial crimes including Health Care Fraud, Bank Fraud and money laundering, 13 years as a member of the Miami SWAT team, including 3 years as a Team Leader, 10 Years as the Training Coordinator for the Miami Division which involves the training of FBI employees, the developing of probationary Special Agents and creating training programs for the betterment of the Miami Division, and 10 Years Supervising the Miami Division Internal Auditor Unit.

Brian is a 2-time recipient of The Attorney General Award for Exceptional Service, and The FBI Director’s Award for Excellence in Investigation.

He has been featured on American Greed and 60 Minutes regarding his investigating Health Care Fraud in the South Florida area.

Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 b is sponsored by Innovest Portfolio Solutions. 

Please visit them in the exhibit hall, Platinum Booth #300.

Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 B Team

Wendy Dominguez
President, Co-founder, and Principal, Innovest
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 B

Wendy is the president and co-founder of Innovest Portfolio Solutions. She has more than 30 years of experience in the investment consulting profession. Her clients include some of the largest retirement plans in the United States as well as many large nonprofits and wealthy families. She is a member of the Executive Leadership Team, which makes decisions on firm-related issues. Additionally, she leads Innovest’s Retirement Plan Practice Group, a specialized team that identifies best practices and implements process improvements to maximize efficiencies for our retirement plan clients. Wendy has been named one of the 20 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising in the nation by Employee Benefit Adviser. Finally, Wendy has been designated as one of the Financial Times' Top 100 Women Financial Advisors.

Wendy is responsible for contract negotiation between many of our clients and their vendors. Through her efforts, she has saved clients millions of dollars. Wendy’s views on investment cost control have been published in Pensions & Investments and the National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators (NAGDCA). She was a key contributor to the Innovest White Paper on Employee Directed Defined Contribution Retirement Plans as well as The Case for Vendor Consolidation and Investment Menu Simplification. She has also authored several articles on fiduciary related matters which have been published in several national publications. Additionally, Wendy has been a speaker at the Center for State and Local Government Excellence, a national conference in Washington, DC, the Colorado Public Pension Conference, and the Rocky Mountain Benefit Plans Conference, among others.

Wendy has a Bachelor of Science in Finance (magna cum laude) and an MBA from the University of Denver. In 2019, she received the University of Denver Reiman School of Finance Distinguished Alumni Award. Wendy was appointed to the Public-School Fund Investment Board (PSFIB) in 2020 by the Colorado State Treasurer. In her role, she oversees the investments of the $1 Billion fund for the benefit of Colorado public school students. She is also a member of the Reiman School of Finance Advisory Board at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business. Wendy is a Trustee for the Colorado Trust, an organization whose purpose is to improve health equity in the State of Colorado as well as a board member for FirstBank, one of the largest privately held banks in the country. Wendy is also on the Board of The 100 Club of Denver, which provides financial support to the families of fallen police officers, and the J.K. Mullen High School, a Lasallian Catholic High School where her children attended. Wendy was also appointed by former Colorado Governor Hickenlooper to serve on the Metropolitan State University Board of Trustees in 2016, where she served for three years. Wendy is married to a retired Denver Police SWAT officer and is the mother of young adult twins.


Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 B Team

Richard Todd
CEO, Co-founder, and Principal, Innovest
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 B

Rich is the CEO and co-founder of Innovest Portfolio Solutions. He has more than 35 years of experience in investment consulting and currently provides consulting services to institutions and families. Innovest has more than 300 clients with assets of $35 billion and nearly 60 employees. Rich has a Business Finance degree from Western Colorado University.

He has been a frequent author on fiduciary and investment related matters. He has been a columnist for the Denver Business Journal and has been published in Financial Advisor Magazine, Journal of Compensation and Benefits, Pensions & Investments, Accounting Today, Chief Executive, Family Office Magazine, and PLANSPONSOR, among others. Additionally, Rich has been a guest lecturer at conferences across the nation.

Rich is a member of Colorado Concern, an organization of influential Colorado CEOs committed to enhancing and protecting the business climate in Colorado. Rich is on the Board of Trustees at Western Colorado University and is the former President of Legatus of Colorado.

He is a member of the Philanthropy Roundtable and is on the Board of Regents for the Augustine Institute. Rich serves on the Presidential Advisory Council for the Fellowship of University College Students (FOCUS). Rich was also a member of the Arrupe Jesuit High School Board of Trustees and is currently on the Arrupe Corporate Work Study Board. He is on the Board of Katalyst, an organization whose mission is to bring Christians into the public square.

Rich and his wife Joanie have been married for more than 35 years, have two children, Alex, and Reagan, and two grandchildren, Sofia Rose and James Todd.

Philosophy – Live a life of integrity and influence others to do the same.


Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 C is sponsored by ParishSoft. 

Please visit them in the exhibit hall, Platinum booth #109.

Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 C Team

Mr. Michael MacKinnon
Sr. Vice President Sales, Catholic & Donor Management, ParishSOFT
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 C

Michael is the newest member of the ParishSOFT by Ministry Brands executive team. Michael joins Ministry Brands having spent the past several years in various sales leadership and contributor roles within the Faith and Corporate Impact verticals at Blackbaud. Michael and his family are active parishioners of Stella Maris Catholic Church on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina. He currently serves as a board member of the South Carolina Virtual Preparatory Academy and previous volunteer work has included serving on the board of the American Red Cross of Idaho, American Chamber of Commerce as well as the Special Olympics Idaho.
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 C Team

Mary Jo Jungwirth
Director of Financial Standards and Parish Accounting, Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 C

Mary Jo Jungwirth, as the director of Financial Standards and Parish Accounting for the Archdiocese, coordinates parish back office operations using current technology, mission‐driven support, and centralization of systems. Her work throughout her tenure has encompassed centralized database, network planning, database maintenance, policy and procedure development for financial planning, in addition, she oversees a parish accounting services center, parish staff training, as well as coordinating an annual Standards in Church Ministry Conference on best practices and policy. Mary Jo will celebrate her 27th year with the Archdiocese in December 2023.

Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 D is sponsored by ParishSoft. 

Please visit them in the exhibit hall, Platinum Booth #113.

Jennifer Bonenfant
Product Manager, Sylogist Mission ERP, Sylogist, Ltd.
Concurrent Sessions 10 & 11 D

Jennifer has been a member of the Sylogist (formerly known as Serenic) community for over 20 years both as a customer, Senior Consultant and Product Manager.  She is a CPA with nonprofit experience ranging professionally from auditor to executive and in the community from volunteer to board member.  These roles add depth to her experience that result in delivering value to SylogistMission clients and customers.  Jennifer is a nonprofit expert with the ability to support and create transformational change, architect efficient nonprofit financial operations, build effective internal control environments, and support a wide range of users and inputs from across the organization.  Away from the office, she has held several leadership roles for both local and national organizations.  Her unique experiences allow her to connect with the clients she serves providing the confidence they need to be successful as they move forward.

Jennifer is a practicing Catholic in the Diocese of Peoria. She and her husband, David, have three children who attend Catholic High School. Jennifer serves as the Advancement Chair for Central Catholic High School of Bloomington. In that role, she leads a successful annual campaign, development of the strategic plan, and is Co-Chair for a $10 million dollar capital campaign. 

Margaret Kelly
Finance Chair, FOCUS Board; Retired CEO, RE/MAX;
Chair, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch

General Session 12

Margaret Kelly was responsible for the day to day operations and strategic direction of RE/MAX across North America and in more than 95 countries around the world. During her 28 years at RE/MAX, the company grew from 14,000 to nearly 120,000 sales professionals.

Margaret currently serves as the Director and Chair of the Grants Committee for the Daniels Fund, the Director of the Realty One Group, and the Vice President of the Denver Chapter of Legatus.

She has been recognized by countless organizations for exceptional leadership skills, commitment to community involvement and for being an advocate for businesswomen around the globe. Most people know Margaret as the CEO who talked candidly about the real estate market on television with guest appearances on CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg and Fox programs and as the spokesperson on the RE/MAX television commercials during the real estate recession.

Joining RE/MAX in 1987 as a financial analyst, Margaret rose through the ranks of the company. She was named SVP in 1997, President/COO in 2002, and CEO in 2004. In 2013, Margaret was the lead on the RE/MAX IPO which began publicly trading on the New York Stock Exchange as RMAX on October 3, 2013. In January 2010, Margaret was appointed Director of the Kansas City Federal Reserve Board – Denver Branch and became Chairman in January 2015. Margaret is mindful of her humble roots, learning business basics working in her family’s machine shop in Detroit.

Dr. Tim Gray, President
Augustine Institute
General Session 13

Tim Gray is President of the Augustine Institute and a well-known Catholic speaker and author. Under Dr. Gray’s leadership, the Augustine Institute has established the largest Catholic graduate school of theology in the country, and has created best-selling programs including: Symbolon, a comprehensive program of faith formation for adults; The Search, a celebrated evangelization series; FORMED, a digital platform with a vast array of Catholic films, ebooks, and audio talks; and Signs of Grace, a sacramental preparation program for children.

Dr. Gray has a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from the Catholic University of America, and is the author of several books including Peter: Keys to Following Jesus and Praying Scripture for a Change: An Introduction to Lectio Divina. He is also the host of The Augustine Institute Show, a weekly live show that explores topics of the faith.

Tim and his wife, Kris, live in Littleton, Colorado. They have one son, a daughter-in-law, and a granddaughter.

Jane Nemcova
COO (Veuu Incorporated), Adjunct Professor of AI (Middlebury), Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California 
General Session 14

Jane leads all operations at Veuu, a FinTech startup. This includes establishing the culture at a fast-paced organization adding dozens of employees this year.

Jane is an adjunct professor of AI for graduate students at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, California – a premier school for top linguists and international students in the language field – introducing them to the principles of AI, Big Data and Natural Language Processing.

Jane brings over 18 years of experience leading global teams in artificial intelligence, language, corporate operations, and sales. Most recently, Jane led the team at Lionbridge AI, a global provider of scalable dataservices for text, images, videos, and audio which has fueled the largest AI products and companies. Jane created the offering to support a high growth need in the market for data utilized in machine learning. She drove unprecedented revenue growth from $40 million to over $200 million in less than three years. Lionbridge AI was sold last year for a billion dollars. Leading this division, Jane managed a $200 million budget, led all aspects of the business including sales, operations, technology, HR, finance, marketing, employment, and recruitment. Having helped to build a workforce of over 1 million new workers in 200 countries, Jane proved her capability to establish high functioning teams and develop key talent into successful executives across the globe in US, Canada, Latin America, Finland, Ireland, Spain, France, India, China, and Japan.

Jane also brings in-depth experience as Chief Sales Officer and EVP of Global Programs at Moravia, an RWS company, which delivers product localization, global digital marketing, and testing services to the world's top brands. Jane doubled Moravia’s total revenue in her first year as CSO from $40M to $80M and created a $100 million pipeline that measured the highest organic growth in the localization industry at the time. Jane was responsible for the company-wide vision, sales and marketing, as well as operations, implementing a major change management reorganization across all of Moravia’s operations in order to scale with the increased sales growth. As Managing Director for the United States and Argentina, Jane designed and drove Moravia’s managed services offering, restructured their life sciences division, and created a diversified portfolio of customers and offerings for the company.

Jane lives in Tampa and is a practicing Roman Catholic.