Mr. Jochen Becker was born and raised in Hamm, Germany. He came to the U.S. in 1977 as a guest student and graduated from Covenant College, near Chattanooga, TN. In 1982, he received a Masters degree in International Business Studies from the University of South Carolina and started his international career with Eli Lilly and Company. He retired from Lilly in 2015 after living in Dubai for the previous five years. His professional experience at Lilly covered sales and marketing, human resources and general management. He and his wife Margie reside in Indianapolis, Indiana, when they are in the U.S. Much of their time is spent in leadership development and ministry at home and abroad with third-culture families and other enterprise ventures. They enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren outside of the country as well.
Ann Holladay focuses her time and gifts on the challenges surrounding domestic human trafficking. She currently serves as Chair of The Eastern Shore Human Trafficking Task Force (ESHTTF). Ann was a founding board member of Rivendell, a faith based K-8 school where her three (now adult) sons Ryan, Hays and Kempe attended. She also served on The Trinity Forum Board for almost 20 years.
Ann is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA) and the University of Virginia (MA). She resides in Royal Oak, MD, and is a neighbor to the Fellows.
Mr. Kramer is founder and CEO of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC), a non-profit education and resource center that serves debt and equity investors interested in the seniors housing and care industry. NIC is the leading provider of research as well as business and financial performance data on this segment for capital providers. NIC’s focus is to enable access and choice in seniors housing and care by providing data, analytics and connections that bring together investors and care providers. Mr. Kramer, a frequent writer and speaker on trends in seniors housing and long term care, has directed NIC since its inception in 1991. A former county government official and Maryland state legislator, Mr. Kramer was a leader on health and environmental issues while representing the state capital of Annapolis in the 1980s. Mr. Kramer was educated at Harvard and Oxford Universities and also holds a Master of Divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary.
Dr. Greg Enas has served as the inaugural President of the Trinity Fellows Academy since May of 2015. Greg retired from Eli Lilly and Company following almost 30 years of experience there in the Research & Development organization, including corporate leadership responsibilities for statistical and decision sciences and for U.S. regulatory affairs. He took his Ph.D. in Biostatistics from the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, and his B.S. in Mathematical Sciences from Biola University in La Mirada, California. He resides with his precious wife Kim in Indianapolis, Indiana, from where he travels on behalf of the Academy. They enjoy spending time with their three sons who live both near and farther away. Though he has served on many not-for-profit boards in the past, Greg now serves on the Board of Directors for Chorus, Inc., a mid-market management consulting firm, and The Oaks Academy, a Christ-centered classical school he helped to found, which is located on three campuses in urban Indianapolis and bridges socio-economic and racial divides.
Tom Larkin is the Founding partner of SPS Advisors, which was created to provide strategic design, strategy and execution to companies in the healthcare space. His focus is pre-revenue up to $500 million. Additionally, Tom currently serves as EVP of Commercialization at Sonarmed, whose focus is on providing direct, precise, real time monitoring of endotracheal tube position and function. Prior to his current venture, Mr. Larkin served nine years with Wells Real Estate Funds/Wells Investment Securities, one of the largest REIT companies in the United States. In addition to creating a new division for the company, Mr. Larkin led the sales operations team of 46 individuals, who generated over $6B of sales in investment securities during his tenure. In 2007, Mr. Larkin was named Chairman of Wells Investment Securities, and later, Chief Executive Officer and President.
From 1994 to 2003, Mr. Larkin was with Ronald Blue & Co. (RB&Co.), one of the largest independent private wealth management firms (RIA’s) in the nation. Mr. Larkin was named Partner in 1995 and Vice President of National Branch Management in 1996, and Executive Vice President in 1999. His roles included leading a 180-person team and developing and implementing a growth strategy for the firm. During Tom’s tenure at RB & Co., assets grew from $850 Million to $2.5 Billion and revenues grew 5 fold. Mr. Larkin began his career with Advance Cardiovascular Systems (ACS, later, Guidant), a division of Eli Lilly, where he led a consistently top-producing sales team focused on the latest cardiovascular technology. Mr. Larkin earned a B.S. in Biology at Valparaiso University. He and his wife Susan have been married for 32 years and have three grown children.
Ana served as the President of Dalit Freedom Network (DFN) from 2009-2014 and directed the organization’s government relations, advocacy, and public policy work from 2007-2014. DFN is a non-government, non-partisan, justice-minded organization with partner organizations in India and around the globe that comprise a network of abolitionists and humanitarians working to end the human trafficking, poverty, degradation, oppression, and labor enslavement targeting India’s 250 million Dalit people. In the 109th Congress, Ana spearheaded lobbying efforts that achieved the first U.S. legislation addressing Dalit injustices and the first official U.S. statement on “untouchability.” In 2010, her White House advocacy efforts resulted in the first formal recognition by a U.S. president of the Dalits, and in 2011, she mobilized Congress for a letter of commendation applauding Prime Minister Singh’s mandate to abolish the forced labor practice of manual scavenging. In 2012-2013 she organized an anti-slavery collaboration among the African American Legacy Families; the descendants of Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and Solomon Northrup; and Dalit leaders from across America. She wrote a Declaration of Empathy for the Dalits and convened an historic and well-attended Signing Event on Capitol Hill. In the 113th Congress she drafted legislation calling for an end to Dalit atrocities, the second official U.S. statement condemning the practice of “untouchability”.
Before working for Dalit justice, Ana taught at Harvard University for 10 years, receiving distinctions for excellence in teaching. She taught mid-career international scholars and professionals at Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School, Harvard School of Public Health, the Kennedy School of Government, and the Harvard Nieman Foundation of International Journalism. Prior, Ana was an Adjunct Faculty at Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Loyola, Notre Dame, the University of Colorado, and the Smithsonian Institution. She holds a bachelor’s degree, Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude, in Russian and Chinese, two masters and a Ph.D. in Italian, and has studied Greek, Latin, and Spanish. Ana also dedicated 10 years of her career to global humanitarian and faith-based initiatives concerned with poverty, clean water, education, health, and human trafficking and has spoken at conferences and mass gatherings nationally and internationally.
Jake is a Lead Associate in Booz Allen Hamilton’s Strategic Innovation Group. In this role he leads project teams for client engagements, and oversees product development and business planning, for the Internet of Things group. Jake began his career in commercial banking at Bank of Hawaii, leaving in 2008 as Assistant Vice President. He went on to join the 2009 class of Trinity Forum Academy, where he studied social enterprise and the theology of business. Jake then spent a year on the Academy staff, where he helped to lead communications and strategy as the Academy transitioned to its current Senior Faculty model. During this time Jake began to consult for startups, social enterprises, and small firms. Over the following three years his clients ranged from a credit union in North Carolina to a distributed solar company in Tanzania to the U.S. Treasury’s Office of International Affairs in D.C.
Jake earned his BA in Economics from Pomona College, an MBA in Corporate Finance from Duke University’s The Fuqua School of Business, and an MPP in Global Policy from Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. He lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., with his wife Lauren. Jake and Lauren both attend Church of the Resurrection and are heavily involved in Little Lights Urban Ministries.