4th Annual Tacoma Business Vision Lunch


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Click Here for Flyer: Business Vis Lunch Tacoma 2017

What: 4th Annual Tacoma Business Vision Lunch

Keynote Speaker: Barry Horn, EVP at Guild Mortgage Company and Founder and Board President of Liberty Road Foundation

Title:  “The Liberty Road Lessons”

When: Wednesday, October 25, 2017 – 12-1:30pm (Doors open 11:30am)

Where: Courtyard by Marriott, 1515 Commerce St, Tacoma WA 98402

Tickets: $50 Single or $350 Table of 8

Food Drive: Please bring a sack of “non-perishable” food

Barry Horn is an EVP at Guild Mortgage Company where he manages all USA retail field operations for Sales and Marketing. He has held that position for 10 years since selling his company, Liberty Financial Corporation, to them. In addition Barry has been CEO of Saltmine Ventures and SEAPAR Partners. He has previously worked for IBM Corporation for many years in New York. Barry has several business ventures where he is also involved on the boards including the Guild Mortgage Company Board of Directors, C3 and SafeWA.

Barry has demonstrated management experience and has expertise in developing and executing major policies and programs for many companies. Barry graduated from Taylor University and lives in Clyde Hill, Washington with his wife Joan.

Barry is the Founder of Liberty Road Foundation and the Board’ President.  In 2004, his company at the time, Liberty Financial Group, was financially supporting Agros International (every month for about 3 years), a local non-profit whose mission is to see rural poor families in Central America and Mexico own agricultural land, attain economic self-sufficiency, realize their God-given potential and pass on to future generations the values and resources that enable them to flourish. Through Agros International, Barry’s company “adopted” a village in Guatemala that had been ravaged in the civil war.  He gave his employees one week a year paid leave and all expenses to travel to Batzchocolá – they built homes, a church, a school and taught the villagers to plant a coffee crop.  The last big project was to punch through the jungle and build a 4-mile road into the village.  Barry saw the culture of his company change – his employees now had a purpose and they were all changed because of it!  He said, “If this can happen to our company, how would other local companies be affected by giving back in their own communities.”  Thus, a public 501(c)(3), Liberty Road Foundation, was established in August 7, 2007.

You don’t want to miss this event!