Megan Crozier serves as Chief Merchant, Sam’s Club. In this role, Megan leads the team responsible for designing, selecting, and executing the curated assortment of items offered in all 600 Sam’s Club locations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico and on SamsClub.com. Megan and her team are constantly looking for new, innovative, high-quality items, at a tremendous value, to offer to Sam’s Club’s growing member base.
Megan began her career at Walmart Inc. nearly 20 years ago as an engineer in the Walmart grocery distribution center in Temple, Texas. In that role, Megan gained a deep understanding of the supply chain and replenishment business – valuable insights that continue to serve her today. Megan became a merchant in 2005 and held a variety of roles in the Electronics, Frozen Food and Dry Grocery categories within the Walmart Merchandising organization. She served as Senior Vice President, General Merchandise Manager, Packaged Goods, Walmart U.S., before joining Sam’s Club as Chief Merchant in 2019.
Brett serves as the CEO and Co-Founder of New Story, an organization pioneering solutions to end global homelessness. Brett is a Y Combinator graduate, cancer survivor, recognized on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, and New Story was named among Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Companies in the World” four times in the last five years. Since starting New Story in 2015, the organization has raised over $100M, building 50+ holistic communities, 4,000+ homes — including the world’s first 3D-printed home community.
Brett is also a Co-Founder of Hometeam Ventures; a venture capital fund focused on housing innovation, and a Board Member at Garden City, a purpose-driven holding company. Brett is a follower of Jesus, engaged to the love of his life, Demi, and is passionate about helping people who go after their dreams.
Steve is passionate about bringing his whole self to work and serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Workmatters. He lives in Northwest Arkansas with his wife of 25 years and his daughter who is Junior at the University of Arkansas.
Jordan Raynor helps Christians respond to the radical, biblical truth that their work matters for eternity. He does this through his bestselling books (The Creator in You, Redeeming Your Time, Master of One, and Called to Create), podcast (The Call to Mastery), and weekly devotional (The Word Before Work)—content that has served millions of Christ-followers in every country on earth.
In addition to his writing, Jordan serves as the Executive Chairman of Threshold 360, a venture-backed tech startup which Jordan previously ran as CEO following a string of successful ventures of his own. Jordan has twice been selected as a Google Fellow and served in The White House under President George W. Bush.
A sixth-generation Floridian, Jordan lives in Tampa with his wife and their three young daughters. The Raynors are proud members of The Church at Odessa.
Tim Elmore is “pracademic,” down-to-earth, and research-based.
Dr. Tim Elmore is the founder and CEO of Growing Leaders. Founded in 2003, Growing Leaders is a global nonprofit that encourages and equips young adults to take on real-life opportunities and challenges. It is based on research and a unique understanding of the emerging generations and recognizing that leading others at any level begins with learning how to lead yourself. His work grew out of 20 years of serving alongside Dr. John C. Maxwell. He has written over 35 books and has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, USA Today, Psychology Today and he’s been featured on CNN’s Headline News and Fox and Friends.
Catherine holds a BSBA in Accounting from the University of Arkansas, an MBA from the University of Memphis and holds a CPA certificate.
Sheerah Davis is a seasoned human resources strategist who is passionate about employee engagement and leading through change. She has an interest in helping businesses succeed by tying business strategy with results through the effective management of people and processes. Currently the Global HR Lead and Chief People Officer at dentsu Sports International, she has built over have over 20 years of experience across various industries including public relations, advertising and marketing, healthcare, and distribution. Sheerah enjoys solving problems, building long-lasting relationships and strengthening fun, diverse and positive workplace cultures.
Jimmy played college basketball at the University of Arkansas, worked in the NBA as a college scout, was on the coaching staffs at Arkansas, the University of Kentucky, and Oklahoma State University. He also was the coach of the Arkansas Razorback women’s team for 3 seasons 2014-2017.
He and his wife and daughter live in Northwest Arkansas.
Dr. Arroyos is the Founder and CEO of SERVE2PERFORM (S2P), a firm that builds human capacity, cultivates talent, manages change and drives growth with a toolbox built on experiential learning with realtime results and a values-based foundation. Services provided include leadership development, executive coaching, diversity and inclusion, and business advisory. He is also a co- founder of the Latino Business Speakers Bureau (LBSB), which specializes in helping companies source top-notch Latino Business Speakers.
Adam is also the author of “PerformanceGPA®: Achieving High Performance through Service,” a book that provides a proven practice for achieving high performance through serving and engaging others and he is a co-author of “Managing Technology and Middle- and Low-skilled Employees: Advances for Economic Regeneration (The Changing Context of Managing People).
Adam has a broad base of experience that includes senior leadership positions in private, public, and non-profit organizations. He is a member of the White River Bancshares (OTCQX:WRIV) Corporate Board, the Signature Bank of Arkansas Corporate Board, the Jones Trust Board, the Junior Achievement USA National Board, and the EforAll NWA Advisory Board. Dr. Arroyos is an experienced board member, a successful business strategist for C-Suite executives, a highly requested leadership and executive coach, advisor, and public speaker, and he’s been profiled in national, regional, and community publications.
After leaving P&G, Henry has been a part of multiple start-ups, including the Northstar Partnering Group, CORE4 Research, JOYN, LLC and most recently Field Agent, Inc.. Henry is also a member of the global Endeavor Entrepreneur network. He serves on the Boards of The Excellerate Foundation and JoyCorps. One of Henry’s main passions is investing time, energy, and resources in redemptive ventures and entrepreneurial leaders in his local community and around the world.
Henry has a B.S. degree in Computer Science/Business from Furman University.
Darrel Harvey has been the Workmatters Institute Director since March 2019. Darrel is a professional listener and speaker, a seasoned guide for those on journeys of personal growth, vocational transition, and professional development. Prior joining the Workmatters team, Darrel’s vocation had been expressed as a church planter, mentor, small business owner, and as a connector in the Bentonville business community. He is the grateful husband of Krista, dad to five adult children, and grandpa to Judah and Hudson.
Ben helped found the Workmatters Institute in 2010 and joined the Workmatters team in 2013 to fully run and grow the program. Today he serves as COO, leading all daily operations of the ministry. He is passionate about helping people develop and flourish, discovering the good works that God has prepared for them (Eph. 2:10).
Prior to joining Workmatters Ben worked in sales and market research and taught high school science through Teach for America. He holds degrees in Political Science and Economics from the University of Arkansas and lives with his family in Fayetteville, AR, where he is an active member of Genesis Church and serves as a Board member for New Beginnings, a bridge-housing community for the long-term unsheltered.
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