Jay E. Mincks is the Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Insperity. As head of the Company's growth division, Mr. Mincks is charged with executing ambitious sales goals nationwide each year through developing innovative selling strategies, launching effective lead generation and cross-selling programs and promoting a solid corporate brand. He also oversees the production of special events, such as the Insperity ChampionshipTM presented by UnitedHealthcare®, an award-winning Champions Tour event, as well as community involvement initiatives across the country. Mr. Mincks joined Insperity in 1990 as a district sales manager. His early success led to numerous promotions, including regional sales manager in 1993 and vice president of sales and marketing in 1997. Mr. Mincks was elected to his current position in early 1999. As a result of his leadership, Insperity has experienced tremendous growth, with company revenues increasing dramatically from $300 million to more than $2 billion. In 1993, Mr. Mincks led the opening of the first office outside of Houston and the expansion to 56 offices in 25 major markets throughout the United States. In addition, Mr. Mincks serves as chairman of the Greater Houston Golf Charities and vice president of Somebody Cares America. He holds a business degree from the University of Houston.
Nate Olsen was born in California but got to Texas as quick as he could! He is a political news junkie, voracious reader and family man. He enjoys dragging his two young daughters away from their electronics and into the great outdoors, believes backyard grillin' is true art-form (ask him for a bite of his Texas style BBQ!) and questions the intelligence of his wife for sticking with him for more than 25 years.
During the day, Nate is Managing Director of Business Development at Insperity (NYSE: NSP). With over twenty years of experience in the Professional Employer Organization (PEO) industry, Nate provides leadership, guidance and alignment of Insperity’s business development functions across America.
Doc Greene has been a fixture for years on Houston radio on KSEV 700 AM, KPRC 950 AM and 92.1 News FM and multiple appearances on TV including Fox 26 in Houston. Doc Greene is the quintessential music man, conservative activist, and a thought-leader on the issues facing America and the state of Texas.
As a child/teen, Doc was raised on a cattle ranch in Wyoming, where he lived the cowboy life. As a young man He has worked on cattle drives every year, broken and has been known to break a few politicians during his broadcast career and whose goal is to give power back to “We the people.”
Today Doc is a Veteran USAF 1971-1975,sought an entrepreneur, amateur pilot, expert sound professional, and professional musician. He is married to his high school sweetheart, JoAnne, for 46 years and has 4 children and 10 grandchildren. He is on the air today fighting for liberty that affects our families on a national platform via American Voice Radio Network, Raging Elephants Radio, his own YouTube Channel and various social medias.
U.S. Secret Service Agent, Retired
President, Universal Safety & Security Solutions LLC; Former United States Secret Service Agent. Served 4 Presidents; Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush.
Jim Napolitano was born in 1956 to Mary and Severin, a nurse and a New York City Police Officer and US Army Korean War Veteran. They taught him about service to others, building a strong work ethic and maintaining one’s integrity no matter the circumstances presented. These core disciplines were instrumental throughout his career and continue to guide him today.
Jim moved to Texas in 1977 at the age of 20 to attend the University of Houston with just $300 to his name. He worked full time as a Roustabout in the oil field and as a bartender while attending classes as a full-time student before earning his Mechanical Engineering Technology Degree in 1979.
After graduating from U of H, Jim worked in the oil and gas industry as a Mechanical Engineer. While attending the Law Enforcement Training Academy, Jim also worked pro bono as Reserve Deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MSCO) in 1983, which led to a full-time position at MCSO. He worked in the Jail, Detective Division, and on Patrol for District 1 & 2. He was promoted to Sergeant in one and a half years.
In 1986, Jim was hired as a Special Agent by the United States Secret Service, one of the most selective agencies in the world with only 2000 agents worldwide. During the 1988 Presidential Campaign, he worked as a Shift Agent for Reverend Jessie Jackson’s Protection Detail while still maintaining his investigative cases and other protection assignments.
Jim was hand-selected to work on the Super Note Task Force headed up by the CIA alongside the DEA to travel abroad to uncover the counterfeit plant of US currency in the Middle East and the entities behind distributing the counterfeit which involved terrorist groups such as Hezbollah, Al Qaida and Hamas. He developed several Classified Sources overseas to find the origin of the Super Note, the most prolific counterfeit note ever produced.
Upon returning from the Middle East, Jim was assigned as Shift Agent to the Former President George H.W. Bush and Former First Lady Barbara Bush, where he served two years as an Advance Agent, a Shift Leader and Rescue Swimmer for the Former First Family.
His next assignment was to the Presidential Protective Division for President Bill Clinton in Washington, D.C. where he was chosen to attend selection and training for the elite Counter Assault Team (CAT). Jim served on CAT for three and a half years under the Clinton Administration before transferring to the PPD Working Shift as a Shift Agent.
With the election of President George W. Bush, the Secret Service selected Jim to serve as Resident Agent in Charge to open and operate a Residential Office in Waco, Texas with the inclusion of President Bush’s Western White House in Crawford, Texas from 2001-2004. His responsibilities included creating a security plan for the ranch, arrivals, departures, transportation and visits to the ranch by dignitaries including world leaders while overseeing an office conducting investigations into counterfeit, fraud and forgery against the US Government and the citizens of Central Texas. Jim developed working relationships with local and state law enforcement agencies to assist on investigations and Presidential visits and was also responsible for hundreds of personnel during presidential visits to include US Secret Service, Administrative Staff, Military Assets, Media and other governmental entities.
Jim came back to the Houston Field Office to finish his career with the Secret Service from 2004-2008. He was entrusted with special assignments such as the relocation of 15 billion dollars from the old Federal Reserve Bank to the new location in one night, as well as responsible for the relocation of the Secret Service Field Office into the Federal Reserve Bank. He was assigned to the Fraud Squad, worked on Advances for Protectees, and worked on investigations, most notably, arresting and securing a conviction of “Sandman”, a monster who was responsible for the abduction of children to be used in pornographic films and snuff films. Jim started a satellite office for the Secret Service in Bryan/College Station through the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office (BSCO) to assist local law enforcement with counterfeit cases and assisted in the arrest and conviction of a leader with the Arian Brotherhood responsible for major crimes in the B/CS area. While on election night with Candidates John McCain and Sarah Palin, Jim received and accepted an offer to work again with Colonel Bernard McCabe (Ret.) in the private sector serving as the US & European Security Manager for Marathon Oil. Jim retired from the US Secret Service on 31 December 2008 after more than 22 years of service to his country.
As Security Manager for Marathon Oil, Jim was an active member of the Energy Security Council and American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS). Jim assisted with all aspects of corporate security, most notably, Jim was instrumental in the evacuation of Marathon personnel from Libya during the Arab Spring. Jim set up Marathon physical security interests in Iraq to include emergency evacuation routes out of the country and provided security plans for Marathon interests in Equatorial Guinea.
While working for Marathon, Jim and his wife, Angela, started a private security firm, Universal Safety & Security Solutions, to provide security consulting, training, investigations and personal protection to corporations, churches and private individuals. In order to expand the business, Jim left Marathon and soon added Col. McCabe to the firm. Jim is a subject matter expert and has conducted many radio and television interviews and seminars regarding Active Shooter Situations, Personal Protection, Facility Security and Traveling Abroad. He holds licenses by the Department of Public Safety as a Concealed Handgun License Instructor, Private Security Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Personal Protection Officer, Private Investigator, and Private Security Manager.
Jim currently serves the citizens of Montgomery as their Police Chief after being contacted by the City of Montgomery in June 2013 to consider the position of Interim Police Chief, a role he wholeheartedly accepted in order to give back his experience and knowledge to the community. He was hired full-time as Chief of Police in January 2014 and holds a Master Peace Officer Certificate from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, Public Information Officer Certificate from the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT), Texas Police Chief Leadership Series and Chief Development Series Certificates from LEMIT.
Jim Napolitano is married and has five children. He and his wife, Angela, are actively involved in the community and professional associations. They are members of and support the many missions of the Woodlands Church as well as strong supporters of various charities supporting our Veterans. Jim is a member of the Fraternal Order of Police, Texas Association of Police Chiefs, International Association of Chiefs of Police, International American Society for Industrial Security, Texas Association of Licensed Investigators, Greater Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce, The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce, and The Greater Houston Partnership.
Joe Giusti, Board Member
Galveston County Commission, Pct. 2
A lifelong Galveston county resident, retired Galveston Police Department Officer, former Chief Deputy Constable, and now a Galveston County Commissioner for Precinct 2. Joe has always been a public servant and is happy to further that service with our veteran community! Joe has been active in his community for years and notes that he is no “Johnny-come-lately to public service.” Known as a public servant and a man who keeps his word, Joe has both public and private service experience. Joe was the former Director of Security for Landry’s Inc. in the Galveston area.
Joe is a recognized leader in his community and active in many local organizations. He is a longtime volunteer with the Lighthouse Charity Team and Co-Director of Emergency Response; Former Chairman of the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce; Member of Tucker Lodge in Galveston and Serenity Lodge in Santa Fe; current Board Member Hitchcock Chamber of Commerce; Chairman Bay Area Boy Scouts; and hosts the Santa Fe Friends of Scouting annual fundraiser. Joe is currently on the Board of Directors of The Family Service Center.
In recognition of his service to the community, Joe was chosen by the Hitchcock Chamber of Commerce as the 2013 Man of the Year, voted 2012 Deputy Constable of the Year by the 50 Club of Galveston County, and Officer of the Year by the Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas, and the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce voted him Man of the Year in 2009!
Joe Giusti is a tireless community advocate, leader, husband, father, and grandfather! Joe has been married to the love of his life, Donna, for 33 years and they have two children and two grandchildren
Dan Pastorini, Honorary Board Member
CEO DP Quality Foods, Inc.
Dante Anthony "Dan" Pastorini is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League for the Houston Oilers, Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Rams, and the Philadelphia Eagles. He is also a winning NHRA Top Fuel Dragster driver.
And, while most folks are most familiar with Dan’s accomplishments on the football field and in the race car arena, what some may not know about Dan is his passion for helping children in need.
Dan Pastorini Charity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to assist in raising funds for and awareness of several charities close to Dan’s heart. During its short-lived existence, Dan Pastorini Charity has benefited several organizations but has focused their attention on Be An Angel.
“Growing up in California, my family instilled a sense of responsibility in me,” Pastorini says. “But, I’m very proud to have become a true, naturalized Texan after spending all of my adult life in Houston and learning it is a ‘Texas Thing’ to give back and help people.”
After being introduced to Be An Angel, a non-profit organization that enhances the quality of life for profoundly deaf and multi-handicapped kids, Pastorini named the foundation as the beneficiary of their annual Dan Pastorini Celebrity Charity Golf Invitational.
“Without the support from our friends, we would not be able to support the causes we do today,” Pastorini notes. “It’s heartwarming to see how everyone steps up to support such wonderful organizations and we are excited to continue that ‘Texas Thing’.”
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