Jeff Kibbie is a seasoned entrepreneur and patented technologist, passionate about helping entrepreneurs and small businesses discover and develop winning strategies to successfully navigate complex business challenges.
Jeff has successfully navigated competitive shark-tank environments to cast strategic visions for companies in the high-tech and low-tech space, bringing new products to market and solving difficult problems, reeling in enormous profits for the companies he owns and consults.
As a patented developer, Jeff has lectured for engineering and venture capital groups throughout New England on topics related to protecting your invention and the patent process as well as emerging technologies such as Internet 2.0, the Internet of Things (IoT), and how they converge on facility electrical power distribution systems and equipment controls technology.
Monyroor is the pastor of the Sudanese Covenant Evangelical Church in Manchester, NH. He has been a close personal friend of Jeff Kibbie for many years. Monyroor’s brother-in-law is our project customer, Governor James Tor Monybuny.
Ben Hekman is an industrial consultant for the Fröolja Project. Ben is a senior engineer who has a wide breadth of experience including bringing large automated systems to life as a controls engineer, bringing consumer products to market, and commercializing industrial material handling equipment. Ben fills the gap in project teams by playing roles of electrical controls engineer, mechanical engineer, and project manager, sometimes wearing many hats in a single project. Ben has yielded significant business value for his employer, Dematic Corp., and has a passion for making things exceptional. Ben believes that adequate is not good enough. He holds a PE license in the state of Michigan, a PMP from the Project Management Institute, and CSM from the Scrum Alliance. Ben is also a Calvin College alum.
Wesley Richards graduated from Calvin College in 2015 with a degree in Mechanical
Engineering. After graduating, he went to work at Lacks Enterprises, Inc., located in Grand Rapids, as a
manufacturing engineer for one of their injection molding plants. In 2016, Wes assumed the role of
Plant Process Manager and is currently in charge of the technical staff across all three shifts of the
molding facility. Wes currently volunteers as a small group leader at Ada Bible Church. He also volunteers as a senior design team consultant and serves on the Calvin Engineering Academic Council. Wesley is a great resource for the team in terms of project planning and management.
Dr.Jacob Atem is the co-founder and CEO of the Southern Sudan Health Care Organization, a non-profit that provides medical facilities, supplies and healthcare-education to the people of South Sudan. At the age of six, Jacob traveled over 2,000 miles to escape a brutal civil war in South Sudan that claimed his family. For nearly a decade, he lived in an overcrowded Kenyan refugee camp where hunger and disease were daily struggles. Now recognized as a Lost Boy of Sudan, Dr. Atem obtained his Ph.D from the University of Florida. Dr. Atem has dedicated his life to healthcare education and medical service. Adhering to SSHCO’s mission, which focuses on natives helping natives, Dr. Atem advocates for displaced persons around the world. Under his leadership, SSHCO aims to inspire hope and improve the quality of life for the lost. If you would like to request Dr. Atem to personally share his journey, please fill out the speaker request form: https://sshco.typeform.com/to/KXMI8