DR. BE VIJAYAM
DR. BE VIJAYAM
Dr. Vijayam served as Head of the Department of Geology at Osmania University, Hyderabad, India for over 30 years. During this period, he has adorned many universities and colleges around the world as a part time faculty. Being a board member of several non-profit organizations, voluntary agencies and government institutions of research and development, he has founded of five non-profit organizations to facilitate rural development, transfer of technology and education. In addition to a Ph.D. in Geology from Andhra University, India his academic achievements also include post-doctoral studies from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, as a Smithmundt – Fulbright Scholar. In 1995 he was awarded “Scientist of the Year Award” by the Indian National Science Academy for his outstanding contribution to the field of Science & Technology.
MR. PETE HOLZMANN
MR. PETE HOLZMANN
The Founder and President of International Christian Technologists Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Mr. Holzmann works to engage the resources of the body of Christ in strategic initiatives to disciple the nations. His work in the 1980s resulted in the creation of the “10/40 Window” which was followed by the development of communication and information sharing networks such as “XC.Org” in the 1990’s. He currently serves advising mission networks such as the AD2000 & Beyond Movement, the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, the World Evangelical Fellowship, and the Great Commission Roundtable. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1979.
FR. FREDERICK BUNYAN
FR. FREDERICK BUNYAN
Rev. Frederick S. Bunyan, Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church since 1982 has been a chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the Colorado Episcopal Foundation. As a police chaplain for 25 years and a former President of the Loveland Rotary Club and Loveland Habitat for Humanity, Fr. Bunyan was Vice Chairman of the Diocesan Executive Council for six years. Hailing from the Church of South India, he completed his seminary training in Calcutta, where he assisted Mother Teresa for three years at the Home of the Dying and Destitute.