Bruce Williams – Chairman of the Board and Board Member

Bruce Williams is a Sr. Private Wealth Advisor for the Private Wealth division of Ronald Blue Trust and serves his clients out of the branch office in Nashville, Tennessee.

Bruce joined Ronald Blue & Co. (the predecessor company to Ronald Blue Trust) in 1986 and was responsible for establishing the Nashville branch in 1994. He led the branch as Managing Director for 23 years before transitioning into his role as a Sr. Private Wealth Advisor.

After receiving his B.S. in Accounting from the University of Alabama, Bruce worked in public accounting for four years with Arthur Andersen & Co.

He has served as an elder at his church for over 20 years, served on the Board of Covenant College, chaired the Board of the Covenant College Foundation, and chaired the Board of Christ Presbyterian Academy. He currently serves on the Middle Tennessee Advisory Board of The Signatry, a national public foundation promoting generosity through donor advised funds.

Bruce and his wife, Mary, have three adult children and live in Brentwood, Tennessee.

Kimberley Mattoon – Secretary of the Board and Board Member

Kimberly S. Mattoon, CPA is a commercially-oriented senior executive with more than 25 years of experience generating shareholder value for leading companies. Ms. Mattoon is known for her ability to build and transform teams, businesses, and financial operations to create strong platforms for growth. Under her leadership, enterprises achieve lasting, positive change that paves the way to long-term excellence.

A problem solver and forger of strategic alignment and cross-functional partnerships, Ms. Mattoon most recently served as Chief Financial Officer of Gibson Brands, Inc. Appointed as Gibson emerged from bankruptcy, Ms. Mattoon rebuilt teams, processes, and relationships with external parties in the finance, HR, IT, legal, facilities, and customer service functions. Ms. Mattoon’s accomplishments include significant growth in EBITDA, the implementation of a comprehensive new IT infrastructure including a new ERP system, clean audit opinions on the pre-and post-emergence and year-end financial statements, and the design and building of new headquarters offices for the company.

Prior to Gibson, Ms. Mattoon was Chief Operating Officer at Richemont North America, Inc. As COO, Ms. Mattoon managed and directed the business to ensure RNA had the proper processes, controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to support Richemont’s Maisons operating in the US and Canada. During her tenure, Ms. Mattoon was able to mitigate 3% cost increases through implementing zero-based budgeting, decrease inbound and outbound parcel processing time by 13% and 23%, respectively, and identify >$4M non-stock purchasing savings via freight and real estate lease compliance audits.

Ms. Mattoon double majored in Accountancy and German at Wake Forest University graduating magna cum laude and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa; she started her career in the audit team of Price Waterhouse LLP. Ms. Mattoon’s language skills include English (mother tongue), German (fluent), and French (beginner).

Ms. Mattoon lives in Nashville, TN, with her husband Dean. They have a daughter (15) and son (13).

Matt King – Treasurer of the Board and Board Member

As Managing Partner, Matt oversees the Fund’s operations and investment process, including fundraising; investment identification, due diligence, and structuring; portfolio management; and asset disposition. Matt joined FCA in 2001.

Prior to joining FCA, Matt co-founded MyOfficeProducts, Inc., and served as Chairman, President, and CEO until its acquisition. Previously, he served as the Chairman, President, and CEO of Radar Business Systems, Inc. and a Regional Vice President of Radar’s successor company, U.S. Office Products, Inc. Prior, he was a Vice President of Third National Bank and its successor, SunTrust Bank.

Matt currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Wake Forest University, on the Board of Directors of Wake Forest University Health Sciences and on the Board of Directors of Truxton Trust. He is also an Elder of Christ Presbyterian Church. Previously, he has served on the board of trustees of Christ Presbyterian Academy and the board of directors for Studio Tenn, Inc., Salama Urban Ministries, Inc. and Landmark Journey Ministries, Inc.

Matt graduated from Wake Forest University with a Bachelor of Arts in History, where he was a four-year member of the Wake Forest Men’s Golf team.

Bob Bradshaw – President, CEO, and Board Member

As the Chief Executive Officer and Board member of McGowan Global Institute (MGI), Bob is the primary architect for its vision and mission. Bob oversees MGI’s operations, including marketing and fee based revenue, fundraising, and is the ministry’s principal consultant for revitalization, strategic planning, and organizational design and development. Bob founded MGI in 2021.

Prior to MGI, Bob served as the Executive Director for Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN. Previously he served as the Executive Director for Southwood Presbyterian Church in Huntsville, AL. Before Bob began working in church ministry, he was Chairman, CEO and President of Manufacturer’s Services Limited, a multi-billion dollar international manufacturing and engineering company. Previously, he was President & COO of Fortune 500 company SCI. Prior, he was an Executive and Site General Manager for IBM. Bob was also co-founder of a small business, culinary dessert retail LLC in Charlotte, NC.

Bob graduated from Westminster College, in PA, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, where as an athletic scholarship recipient was a member of the Westminster men’s basketball team, and also played baseball & tennis.