OK 4: Owners and Leaders in Small to Medium Businesses
Team 4 members are owners and key employees in small to medium sized businesses.
Meeting time: Fourth Wednesday of the month from 10am to 12pm
Guy Vernon is an advisor at Vernon Property Management and the owner of Vernon Construction. He has been in business for over 30 years and is a longtime member of Opportunity Knocks.
Josh Bostock has 16 years in banking with a passion for helping small businesses grow and succeed. He currently works as a Business Specialist with US Bank helping educate and advise companies on their financial needs as well as connecting them to the extensive resources within the Central Oregon community.
Bill has been with Net Worth Strategies since 2000 and became CEO in January 2018. He is responsible for all business development activities as well as product management for StockOpter.com. His focus is to provide the industry's best equity compensation risk analysis and tax planning programs for financial advisors and their clients. Bill earned a BA in Economics from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the University of Southern California. Previous to coming to NWSI he spent over 25 years working in the technology and financial services industries.
Greg is the President of G Pollack Financial. Greg strongly believes that what we get out of life is in direct proportion to what we put into it. He also believes that life is too short to avoid enjoying it now. This is why he moved to Bend in the first place, and this is the same approach he tries to utilize with all of his clients. Life is too short to waste. Plan well now, so you can actually enjoy what life has to offer. Greg lives in Bend, Oregon with his wife Shannon, their son Josh, and their rescue dog Spencer.
I own and manage CreateOnline.com, an experienced company that crafts responsive website solutions (both managed hosting and theme based development) for a diverse range of clients across multiple industries.
Travis Weaver - owner of Fortitude Fitness Training became a personal trainer and group exercise instructor in 2004, opened his first gym in 2009 in North Lake Tahoe and since then, has been intently focused on coaching and demonstrating proper movement and helping his clients improve their mobility and sports performance.
Through his experience, he has learned that health and fitness is different for everyone — and at every age. It requires us to adapt and change as we go through life. Whether his clients are new to fitness, training for their next competition, or are somewhere in-between, Travis takes the time to help his clients achieve their health and fitness goals through fun, effective workouts.
In addition to fitness training and sports performance, Travis specializes in a posture correction and pain relief method called The Egoscue Method, and The Ready State, a revolutionary mobility method designed to relieve pain and restore proper body movement. For more info: FortitudeFitnessTraining.com
I am the sole owner/member of both Allen Design Studio and Allen Contracting. I am fortunate to work in a field that I am very passionate about and enjoy envisioning the future of housing and communities. I love to learn, collaborate, read books daily and thrive getting my hands in the dirt of my garden and watching it grow.
Growing up in Central Oregon with a single parent that always had a tough time getting by and usually working normal jobs put me on the path to getting a good job with good benefits and hoping for the raise a few times a decade. Until two years ago I started meeting people in this business of real estate and who were truly living a life by design while being able to help people along the way. Once I saw this I went on a non stop rampage of devouring information about real estate investing. This lead to the idea of hey, why not become a real estate broker? And now here I am, a broker with Keller Williams Central Oregon. My passion that has helped to endure the pain of starting this career is the ability to help people and myself improve there lives through the vehicle of real estate.