William "Bill" Sitter is highly motivated and energized to team with Mike Sharrow and Robert Vogel to bring C12's valuable offering to Christian business leaders in Central and South Texas. Bill brings a combination of business and non-profit ministry leadership spanning 50 years that encompasses domestic and international experience. With an MBA obtained at age 50, he is a lifelong learner who has also gained Board Certification as a Christian Executive Life Coach.
Bill is sought after as a platform speaker, small group facilitator, and workshop presenter. He has authored dozens of nationally-publicized articles in the field of human resources and has published workbooks dealing with the application of Biblical principles in the arena of personal finances. His previous life coaching practice focused on multiple specialty areas that relate to topics relevant to C12 Members, including: Goal Achievement, Team Building, Priority and Time Management, Communications, Sales Techniques/Management; Leadership; Motivational Factors and Personality Styles, Human Resources - hiring and interviewing, Organizational Structures and Removing Roadblocks, and Financial Foundations for Individuals.
Bill sees the opportunity to Chair C12 Groups in South Texas as a clear call from God. His background includes: large corporate sales and marketing experience gained with Caterpillar (US/Europe/Middle East) and domestic general management experience with International Harvester. He built a distribution network that successfully grew sales and profits while serving as National Sales Manager for a manufacturer of concrete batch plants and storage facilities. He served as President and General Manager of three different construction and mining equipment distribution companies and gained valuable leadership experience as an Army Captain. Prior to later graduate education and certifications, Bill earned a BA in Economics. He feels that his "street smarts" for business stem from real world successes and some "learning experiences". His ability to contribute experience-based ideas has been greatly enhanced while completing a very successful small services firm start-up, which he led for 20 years, and from launching and leading a 20-year-old non-profit ministry.
Bill and his wife of over 50 years, Maureen, moved to South Texas in 1986, and soon after accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. They live in Comal County on the edge of the Texas Hill Country and have two adult children and two grandchildren. Bill sees C12 as providing him the ideal career calling that allows him the opportunity to work with organizational leaders with the goal of seeing Jesus Christ exemplified in the marketplace.
Robert Vogel has 30 years' experience leading teams and organizations of 1,000+ people. He comes to his role as C12 Chair as a skilled leader whose results reflect a Christ-centered servant leadership practice and bottom-line focus. His personal mission statement is "Through Christ, I make a positive difference in the lives of those around me and the lives of those I have yet to meet, or may never meet."
Robert's extensive experience in team development, training, people, and systems has made him a key player in the south-central Texas business community. He is sought for being a producer with expertise in operations and program management, lean/continuous improvement initiatives, and multi-facility management. Robert is a proactive manager and keen problem-solver who has proven to be skilled at implementing viable solutions in demanding production settings. His strong strategic and tactical skills have turned around marginal business situations and led teams through technical and cultural change to produce strong business performance. His career has encompassed corporate for-profit and non-profit environments. A life-long learner, Robert attended the University of California-Sacramento and the University of Wyoming.
Robert began his career with HEB Grocery and, after advancing throughout his 17-year tenure, started an extremely successful entrepreneurial niche "Just-in-Time" supply chain organization. Robert then transitioned into the non-profit arena, working with San Antonio Family Endeavors, to build business stakeholders and revenue streams for the purpose of employing people with disabilities.
Robert became Christ's bond servant at age 39 and has served his church in many leadership capacities, including pastoral coaching, trustee and elder roles. Robert resides in Boerne, a small town outside of San Antonio, Texas with his bride Teressa and their five children (Ryan, Ajay, Ashton, Elijah, and Janna). He has a passion and purpose to serve others for God's glory since any other focus would be "chasing the wind" (Ecclesiastes).
Dan Walters is an experienced business leader and improvement coach with a passion for helping other leaders and their teams align their work and their faith.
He worked for 23 years with Saudi Aramco (formerly ARAMCO), the world's largest producing oil company, as Chief of Staff to various executives. He was responsible for strategic planning, leadership development, and large-scale change initiatives. He is a proven, gifted facilitator who has helped diverse executive teams to routinely meet stretch goals, competing objectives, and challenging deadlines.
For 10 years, Dan served healthcare clients as a hands-on change management consultant helping physicians and executives plan and execute improvements to patient care, clinical processes, and professional society governance.
While working for ARAMCO in Saudi Arabia, during Operation Desert Storm, Dan met a man that inspired a change in the direction and intensity of his career. He heard a US Army First Sergeant say, "I have learned to be a First Sergeant and a Christian, too." Seeing a man that had connected his Sundays and Mondays recalibrated Dan's focus from just pursuing business excellence to also pursing alignment of work and faith. As a result, Dan's inspirational approach to leadership development instills a level of encouragement that followers of Christ can not only run great businesses, but they can also connect their work and faith in a meaningful fashion that's unique to their chosen field of business.
Dan has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Texas A&M University. He and Lynda, his high school sweetheart, have been married 43 years and have six grandchildren. They live in Austin, Texas where he is an elder in his church and leads the Career Transition ministry.
Joel has been exposed to teamwork, leadership and management in his early experience at a Fortunee 500 company. He is a seasoned corporate trainer on problem solving, team building, master planning and personality profiling.
Joel operated a consulting company primarily serving the manufacturing sector which rapidly grew to clients such as GE Aerospace, Ford, HP, Harris, Alcatel, Wal-Mart, and many others. Joel is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt who used his acquired skill set to train on techniques to improve efficiency, streamline operations, and implement technology. This combination resulted in his clients reporting millions of dollars of positive benefit.
He is a native Texan whose familys rich history in ministering goes back three generations. Joels primary passion in life has always been his relationship with Jesus Christ. He grew up in a family of ministers, but pursued a career in business and couldn't wait to get out into the "real world". Several years ago, Joel decided to earn a degree in ministry and pursue ordination. He currently holds degrees in Electronics Engineering, Occupational Education, and Ministry.
Joel is married to his first and only girlfriend, Christina, and they have 3 children (son Nathaniel and daughters Rachel and Noel). He and his family attend Christian Family Church International where he serves as a Volunteer Pastor. Recently Joel has been teaching various topics on faith and business in CFCI Bible School bachelors program. In his spare time, youll find Joel reading the latest book in his stack, hanging out with the family, or enjoying his hobby of photography.
Russell is passionate about encouraging others to fulfill the destiny on their lives. Through one on one settings, Russell helps men and women discover what they are designed to do and then to go after their calling.
After receiving an MBA from SMU in 1982, Russell began his career in commercial banking in Austin, Texas. After six years in banking, he joined a series of startup companies as the CFO. He discovered that he loved the startup process and began to start and run his own companies. Since 1993, he has run companies in financial services, biotech, real estate and mining. He loves the process of building a new business and creating a vision for its success.
Russell is excited to join C12 and call on his long entrepreneurial career to help others accomplish their God-given dreams. He loves meeting with people one on one to hear about their stories and their calling.
Along the way, Russell has been in a passionate pursuit for intimacy with God. He has traveled extensively around the world on mission trips where he has seen the kingdom of God at work. He has been actively involved in his church as an elder, teacher and prayer minister. As a follower of Jesus since 1967, Russell has had a very deep relationship with God that continues to grow daily. He is actively involved with the Austin Healing Room and Ransomed Heart Ministries. He is a retreat speaker and loves to teach on living with greater power and authority as a believer in Jesus.
Russell and his wife of over 30 years, Judy, live in Austin. They have 3 grown sons and a daughter who will complete her degree at Baylor in 2017. Russell loves to snow ski, he is an avid reader and is a multiengine instrument rated pilot.
Rich Glomski has over 35 years of business advisory experience in a variety of industries including financial services, energy, telecommunications, hospitality, manufacturing and the public sector. Most recently, Rich served as President and owner of The S Three Company, an 18 year-old management consulting firm, based in Texas. Formerly, he served as Partner-in-Charge of management consulting in the Houston office of Grant Thornton, as well as time with KPMG-Peat Marwick and J.P. Morgan/Chase Bank.
He has vast experience with large scale organizational capability improvement, merger/acquisition integration, change management, large management information systems implementations, operational improvement, and business re-engineering. Rich has served as a senior business advisor to numerous leadership teams at Chevron, Shell Chemicals, British Petroleum, Clear Channel Communications, several large regional Texas based commercial banks, and the Houston Independent School District.
An experienced executive coach, Rich has assisted business leaders with managerial transition, enhancing organizational performance, team communication, and how to lead major change initiatives.
Rich is also active in his community, working with prison ministry programs, elderly outreach, missions, and as mentor to teens in foster care.