For the past two decades, Tim has served in many upper management positions (GM, Regional Manager, Sr. VP) for some of the nation’s largest and most respected demolition providers. He also ran his own successful company in the Southeast from 1997 to 2007. In 2003, Barker was one of two main founders of a radioactive solid waste processing company sold in 2005.
He has managed some of our nation’s largest dismantlement projects for Fortune 500 companies like the P&G Plant dismantlement and site restoration in Long Beach, CA, the Lockheed CA B-1 Restoration Project in Burbank, CA and the Lockheed Martin F-22 retrofit project in Marietta, GA. Other notable public projects include Pearl Harbor, HI, D&D and the Atlas Tower Felling at Vandenberg AFB, Cape Canaveral as well as several radiological D&D small business projects for the Department of Energy in Oak Ridge, TN and at the Savannah River Site.
Currently, Tim is the demolition manager for decommissioning of the Department of Army National Chemical Demilitarization/Incineration plants. He has also been instrumental in assisting URS in procuring private and public industrial demolition related projects.
Tim is happily married with five children and has served and supported his local church and many of the top 10 ministries for years.
David A. Mimms is an Atlanta native. He attended Lakeside high school in DeKalb County and graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in civil engineering. He worked for three years for Eby construction, out of Wichita, Kansas, before deciding to come work alongside his father Malon D. Mimms, in 1979. Thirty-two years later, David now acts as Chairman, and runs Mimms Enterprises, along with his brothers Lonnie and Robert.
Mimms Enterprises is a fourth generation, family-owned commercial real estate developer based in Roswell, Georgia. In 2006, Mimms Enterprises was granted the Cox Family Enterprises Georgia Family Business of the Year Award. The award praised the largest overall private owner of retail real estate in Atlanta for its commitment to family and community. Mimms Enterprises specializes in the development, leasing and management of retail, industrial and office properties.
Currently, David is a very active member of First Baptist Church of Alpharetta. He works with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He has worked with John Maxwell “EQUIP” Leadership training program, and he made six trips to Ethiopia with this program. Over the past years, David was a trainer for Dr. Tim Elmore’s “Habitudes” program, which was taught here at the Cherokee Boys and Girls club.
David and wife, Nora, have four grown married children and two grandchildren and currently reside in Alpharetta.
Wealth Manager, JP Morgan & Co.
Chip Brackley, a native of Hingham, Massachusetts, graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and a minor in Economics. Chip focuses his wealth management practice at JP Morgan & Co. on high net worth individuals as well as private and public companies.
Prior to joining JP Morgan & Co., Chip was a wealth manager at Morgan Keegan & Co. for six years. In prior years, Chip was Vice President of YieldQuest Investment Group of McDonald Investments, Inc. in Atlanta, GA. During his six years at YieldQuest, Chip worked on the trading desk and covered a large group of institutional money managers across the country. Many of Chip’s institutional clients were consistently recognized by Worth Magazine and Bloomberg Wealth Manager Magazine as being the country’s top Financial Advisors and Wealth Managers.
Chip resides in Roswell, GA with his wife and their two daughters. Chip is a member of North Point Community Church and is active in his community.
CEO, Land Sellutions
As Chairman and owner of Land Sellutions, Richard’s distinctive touch can be experienced in such preferred communities as Triple Crown, Harringrton Falls, and Kimball Farms. As the cornerstone of his company’s foundation, Richard and Land Sellutions are committed to their continuing tradition of turning Georgia soil into family rich communities of timeless quality and lasting value throughout North Atlanta. He was previously a tax partner and CPA with Coopers & Lybrand for 14 years. Richard is a graduate of the University of Iowa. He is a member of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, a Trustee of Brewton-Parker College, a Trustee of Kings Ridge Christian School, and Chairman of Atlanta International Fellowship, a nondenominational Christian 501c3 doing international work with students.
Richard’s reputation as one of north Atlanta’s most respected developers has resulted in his appointment, on several occasions, by the Fulton County Government to serve on Developer-Homeowner Planning Committees to better community relations and to improve the quality of life for north Fulton residents. He also dedicates his time to working with the Sierra Leone International Mission School in Sierra Leone. Richard and his wife, have two adult children.
Partner, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
Glenn Brock is a partner in the Atlanta office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP and a leader of the Firm’s school law team. Mr. Brock’s practice for the past 25 years has focused exclusively on the representation of school districts. Mr. Brock and the team serve as outside general counsel to superintendents, school boards, and administrators.
Glenn has represented a large urban school board before the State Board of Education on the issue of their possible removal from office. He has also assisted a Metro Atlanta school district in preparing a petition to become the first large district to attain charter district status.
Glenn greatly enjoys getting involved in his community through his various involvement as a former trustee of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Former Board of Trustees at Shorter University, Partner in Education at Walton High School, and Former baseball coach and board member at Eastside Baseball Former Member.
CEO and Managing Partner, The Walton Group, Inc.
A highly sought after speaker, consultant, and leadership expert, Randy Walton has been challenging the norms of business thought for over 20 years. Randy is a pioneer in developing compelling and profitable market strategies through the use of a unique, core value assessment and ideation process. He has extensive experience in corporate strategic planning, operations management, marketing, technology operations, business consulting, and organizational leadership. Mr. Walton works and travels extensively throughout North America and Western Europe mentoring and advising senior leaders and executive teams.
He is a partner in Remarkable!, a company dedicated to creating remarkable corporate cultures; a founding partner in ANGL Works, a software provider to the commercial construction, architecture, and engineering industry; and CEO and Managing Partner for The Walton Group, an international strategy and leadership consulting firm.
He is the co-author of: "Enhancing Your Business Value... The Climb To The Top... Smart Strategies for a Successful Expedition"
Randy currently serves on several boards and advisory groups including Lifework Leadership Atlanta, AFCI, ROI Ministry, and is an elder at North Point Community Church.
Beau brings to his role as C12 Area Chair 17 years of experience owning, building, and operating a successful real estate development company. He has had personal responsibility in the development of 48 communities throughout Metro Atlanta during that time.
Beau is passionate about expanding and building God’s kingdom through the equipping of business owners and CEO’s in applying their faith daily, to increase the influence of Christ in the marketplace.
A native Southerner and Atlanta, Beau has served as advisor and supporter to several local and international ministries. Throughout the last 11 years, Beau has been involved in leading men’s and couples small groups. Along with his wife Susan, they keep up with their two active boys, Bryson (8) and Chase (7).
Ken Trudell is a retired business owner. He was president and CEO of Trudell Trailers with multiple locations in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan. He was President of the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay, board member of Young Artist Worksop, an arts program for severely disabled youth, involved with Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Chairman of the Franklin Graham festival in Green Bay, and involved in a
Church start up in Green Bay. He has been on several mission trips to Guatemala. He is married to his wife Virginia for Fifty years, has four children, and nine grandchildren. He is an avid hunter and likes to play golf. He is a member of Sanibel Community Church.