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The Founders


 Dr. Jeff D. Standridge

Jeff Standridge currently holds a senior leadership position for a publicly-traded, multinational technology company headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas. Formerly, he was a professor in the University of Arkansas System and maintains active involvement with a number of institutions today. He has been the recipient of numerous professional awards and special recognition, including being recognized in 2004 by Arkansas Business Magazine as one of the Top 40 Business Leaders under 40 years of age. He is retired from the U.S. Army-Arkansas Army National Guard.

Dr. Standridge holds the Doctor of Education degree with special work in Adult Learning, Organizational & Leadership Development, and Teaching. He has been an invited speaker, trainer, and/or consultant for numerous businesses, organizations, and institutions of higher education across the US, Canada, & Europe. Additionally, he has been published, interviewed and quoted in a wide variety of business, trade, news, and online publications.  He resides in Conway, Arkansas with his wife and two daughters, where they are devoted members of Conway First United Methodist Church.  Jeff has been teaching adults and speaking to professional and church audiences for over 15 years.




Reverend Tim Kellerman

Tim Kellerman is Lead Pastor of First Church of the Nazarene in Conway Arkansas where he has served for 17 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology from Olivet Nazarene University.  In addition to The Abundance Principle, Tim has written articles for various newspapers, periodicals, and internet publications.  Tim has also been an invited guest for several radio and television interviews as well as public speaking events.  Additionally Tim is host of the recently launched Tuesday Morning Staff Meeting, a monthly leadership tele-seminar for pastors and church leaders. 

Tim is a certified Search and Rescue Scuba Diver, a brown-belt in Tae-Kwon-Do, and an avid Racquetball player.

Tim’s formative years were in Taiwan where his parents served as missionaries for 17 years.  

Tim is married to Jamie and together they have two grown children.