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Life is a vapor. Don't spend yours on the sidelines.

Board Members

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Board of Advisors

Kris Barr

Kris and her husband, Andy, are owners and co-founders of Coffee Corral, a unique espresso and eatery in Baker City, Ore. The Barr’s have faithfully supported Vapor from its beginning, both personally and through their business. Previously, Kris and Andy were owners in the Thomas Angus Ranch of Baker City, a nationally recognized cattle business. The Barrs passionately love Jesus and are excited to serve His mission through Vapor.

Bill Boycott

Bill serves as president of Sulvaris, Inc. in Canada. He previously served as president of Agrium Advanced Technologies, a branch of Agrium, a Fortune 500 company. He joined Agrium in June of 2003 as General Manager for Kenai Nitrogen Operations (KNO). Bill has held positions of increasing responsibility throughout his 20 years in the oil industry. He and his wife, Sue, now live in Birmingham, Ala. They are both passionate Christ followers and serve alongside of each other at Vapor.

Mason Crosby

Mason Crosby serves as the placekicker for the Green Bay Packers. He attended the University of Colorado, where he played football, earned All-­American honors, and also met his wife Molly. Mason and Molly moved to Green Bay in 2007 when he was drafted by the Packers. Mason was a member of the 2011 team that won the Super Bowl title for the Packers. He and Molly are active members of Green Bay Community Church and have two children. The Crosbys also spend half the year in Texas, where they continue using their platform of professional sports to grow God’s Kingdom and to promote Vapor's mission.

Clint Hall

Clint is the owner and founder of Hall Quality Builders and Denali Homes in the Northwest, which have built over 2,500 homes on the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska alone. Clint is a gifted businessman and has traveled extensively around the world for marketplace ventures and humanitarian aid/faith-based work.  

Michael Mulvaney

Michael is a trial lawyer and partner in the Birmingham firm of Maynard, Cooper & Gale.  He has developed an expertise in trying lawsuits across the country and serves as the national trial counsel for several of the largest companies in the world.  Michael is privileged to have served on the Briarwood School Board.  He is also a founding member of the Board of Directors for the Children’s Literacy Guild of Alabama, as well as a founding member of the National Board of Directors for CareNet, a Virginia based women’s resource center supporting over one thousand crisis pregnancy centers across the country.  Michael and his wife, Sandy, live in Altadena with their three daughters.

Mike Taylor

Mike serves as Community President for First Southern National Bank in Stanford, Kentucky. He began his career at Deloitte as an auditor and consultant after graduating with an undergraduate degree in accounting and a master's in accounting from the University of Kentucky, where he also taught accounting for two years. At First Southern, Mike has had responsibilities as Controller, Commercial Loan Officer and, currently, as Community President. Mike and his wife Margaret, along with their two children, enjoy sharing the love of Christ with their neighbors both locally and globally. They are active members of their church and have been strong supporters of Vapor since first hearing the mission and vision in 2009 and traveling to Vapor’s Kenyan centers in 2010.  

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Lani Dolifka

In 1984, Lani and her husband, Don, founded Watermill Express, the nation’s largest drive-up, pure drinking water company with over 1,300 locations.  The company, which operates in nine states, is based on providing safe, affordable drinking water. Lani serves as Watermill Express' CEO, managing the day-to-day functions of the company. Lani is not only a successful entrepreneur, but a wife of 26 years to her husband and a mother of two children, ages 16 and 20. Prior to serving on Vapor's board, Lani has served on several for-profit and non-profit boards and has been blessed with many opportunities to give, serve and volunteer.

Jon Jackson

After receiving a Finance degree from Texas Tech University, Jon joined a start-up homebuilding company in Lubbock, Texas.  During his tenure as CFO, Betenbough Homes grew to become one of the top 100 homebuilders in America.  Today, Jon serves on the board, focusing primarily on the company’s Kingdom mission.  His passion is to see business utilized as a platform to glorify Jesus.  Jon spends much time walking with other business owners through the process of repurposing their company, and periodically speaks on the subject of Marketplace Ministry at various conferences and workshops.  Jon resides in Lubbock with his wife and three children. 

Jesse May

Jesse is co-founder and President of Chandler/May, Inc., a system integrator specializing in the development and manufacturing of ground control equipment and unmanned aerial systems for the Department of Defense. Jesse has over 20 years of experience in the defense market, providing him with a broad range of business and leadership skills. Jesse, along with his wife Carol and their three children, live in Huntsville, Ala. The May family has a passion for sharing the love of Christ with others through community involvement, globally and at home.

Micah McElveen

In 1995, Micah broke his neck in a nearly fatal surfing accident. During the intense recovery period that followed, God began to reshape Micah and taught him that life is but a vapor. Not able to play football, he picked up soccer and went on to play in college, where he discovered the power of leveraging sport and where he met his bride Audrey. While in graduate school, he traveled to Africa and was broken by the extreme poverty he encountered. Awakened by the experience and moved to respond, a vision to alleviate poverty and multiply disciples formed. Micah now leads Vapor by serving as President.

Kenneth H. Polk, CPA, CFP®

Ken is a Partner and the Founder of Arlington Family OfficesSM. He attended David Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn., where he received his degree in accounting and finance. Ken began his career as a tax consultant with Deloitte. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Financial PlannerTM and also serves as Chief Compliance Officer for Arlington Partners®.

David Pursell

David studied commercial art at Auburn University, where he met his wife Ellen. Using his creative skills and commercial art training, he started an in-house advertising agency at his family's fertilizer business. Later, David advanced to become vice president of sales and marketing at Pursell Industries. In 1997, David assumed the top job as president and CEO of Pursell Technologies and is now the CEO of Pursell Farms.

Dr. David Stampfl

David graduated from Boston University School of Medicine, completed his residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin and fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He currently works for Gastroenterology Associates in Green Bay, Wis. He is married to Connie, who practiced as an emergency physician prior to raising their three children. He maintains a multimedia resource center at his church and participates in home-based youth ministry. He is excited about how God is using Vapor in the lives of children and families around the world.

 

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