Over 30 years as principal, financial executive and financial controller in several construction-related businesses.
Has taken multiple businesses from idea to start-up to production and growth in that time.
Started, enlarged and sold a pre-hung door, trim and hardware company in California.
Acquired and expanded a truss manufacturing plant in Colorado.
Began designing and building custom and speculative residences in Southern Colorado, building more than eighty homes thus far.
Combined knowledge of manufacturing and home building to construct custom designed modular homes, and has been featured on the national DIY Network in an episode focusing on the construction of one of his modular homes.
Instructor in Economics, Finance and Marketing in the business school of Fresno Pacific University in Fresno, California.
Instructor in personal and business financial planning for the University of Southern California (USC) School of Continuing Education.
Awarded Certified Financial Planner (CFP) degree in 1980, and brings that consultative mindset to his small business financial training responsibilities.
Recognized by the Office of Economic Development of Merced County, California, for his hands-on work with small business start-ups in the Central Valley of that state.
Served on the Board of Directors of a local bank and understands what it takes to assemble loan and financing presentations for lenders.
“The Builder Academy facilitates training and systems analysis for small to medium-sized ProBuilders. Our clients come to us when they realize they need better decision-making tools than they currently have. We assist by training owners and managers to operate their business more efficiently, develop and implement marketing programs, manage their human, material and equipment assets more effectively, interface with their clients safely and profitably, and organize and analyze their financial information in a meaningful way.
Our typical client is with us from the time he or she starts the business through the time when they get sufficiently large to begin delegating most of the managerial responsibilities. By that time the foundation has been laid for continued operation and growth.