Tun-Cheng is a director of an e-learning technology company that provides innovative solutions. He also provides training and coaching in Values-Based Leadership. He has worked Hewlett-Packard for a greater part of his career, in areas ranging from technical consulting and business development to managing business units in local, regional and global settings. He has a business degree from UCLA Anderson School of Management and the National University of Singapore.
He has been mentoring social entrepreneurs in Central Asia and China since 2009. He serves as the local representative of a global social impact investment fund. Tun is a part of international networks and boards that promote social impact entrepreneurship .
Marcia attended Lycoming College in PA as a psychology major and then suspended her studies to marry and become mom to 2 delightful children and now 6 precious grandchildren. She has been involved over her tenure in many church and community related volunteer positions, including a current board position at her local library.
Her entry into freedom business enterprises began through her husband's involvement with Business as Mission at IBEC. This subsequently evolved into a personal passion as she realized a compelling need to be involved in anti-trafficking ministries around the globe. She currently volunteers at several anti-trrafficking ministries and continues to pursue opportunities to encourage and support freedom businesses. She serves as secretary for the FBA Core Team and happily assists in any way she can to promote and encourage freedom business enterprises
Dan has lived, traveled, and worked on projects in over 40 countries, including East Asia, Europe, and North America, bringing a unique perspective to the interface of freedom, business, and human trafficking. For the past 13 years, he has been involved in small to medium size business development, community transformation, and product development, import, and marketing for freedom businesses.
Dan graduated from Wheaton College in 1997 with a B.A. in Business/Economics, and completed his international M.B.A. at Rotterdam School of Management in 2006. Alongside development projects, he also runs an IT consultancy in the southeastern United States, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Jennifer founded Nea Zoi, a ministry to exploited people in Athens, Greece, in 1998. She is also a founder and core team member of the European Freedom Network, a network of faith-based NGOs working to build a bridge to freedom across Europe.
Jennifer was one of the facilitators for a global think tank group focusing on "Business as Mission (BAM) and Human Trafficking", exploring the potential of business to function for prevention and restoration in situations of human trafficking. Recommendations from that group became the impetus for starting FBA.
Jennifer also serves on the Human Trafficking Task Force of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA). She and her husband, Mats, live in Stockholm, Sweden (and other warmer places in winter!).
Ken Leahy serves as a consultant to entrepreneurs in the United States and internationally.
Ken served as an Financial Executive in the Global Pharmaceutical Group at Johnson & Johnson before becoming involved with social entrepreneurs in Asia and Africa. He currently serves on multiple Boards including Sight for Souls, Inc. which is a new ophthalmology hospital serving the people of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa.
His areas of focus have been strategy formulation, business and financial modeling and organization development. His emphasis is on creating prototype models to support rapid development and implementation. Ken graduated Summa Cum Laude from Rutgers University. He has completed Executive Education programs at Harvard and Michigan University.
Nicole received an undergraduate degree in Communications with a focus in Marketing from Taylor University. She has served alongside her husband as the co-director of internship programs in Israel, England, and the USA. Through the influence of interns who had seen the issue of trafficking first hand, she became aware of the great need for employment for survivors in India. As a result she founded Polished Pearl, a life-style brand that employs both survivors and preventatively in India and Moldova. As the Polished Pearl and relationships with other businesses expanded, she became passionate about collaboration in order to bring more freedom. Nicole participated in the think tank on freedom business, served on the core team for FBA, and helped to launch a joint freedom brand, Free at Last in Dillard’s stores.