Steve Farber is president of Extreme Leadership, Inc. "The Radical Leap: A Personal Lesson in Extreme Leadership" is a recipient of Fast Company magazine's readers choice award. This article was found on the Web site, . It is published with Mr. Farber's permission.
Mark A. Finley, DDiv, is the founder and president of the Living Hope School of Evangelism in Haymarket, Virginia, United States. He also serves as an assistant to the president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States.
Alcyon Ruth Fleck is one of the overseas directors of International Children's Care, an organization that operates orphanages in Latin America. Her husband was a minister and church administrator before his retirement.
Denis Fortin, PhD, is a professor of historical theology and a former dean of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary of Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, United States. He also serves as the teaching pastor of One Place Fellowship at Andrews University.
At the time of writing Joan Francis was a doctoral candidate in history at Carnegie Melton University, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. She is currently a professor of history at Atlantic Union College, South Lancaster, Massachusetts.
Charles O. Frederick is assistant general manager of the General Conference Insurance and Risk Management Service. Not long after receiving his Bachelor's degree from Columbia Union College he served Spicer Memorial College, Poona, India, as business manager. Upon his return to the United States he became a Risk Management consultant, later joining the General Conference Insurance Service's offices in Riverside, California. He joined the home office staff in 1970.