Board of Directors

Jim McKinnon


Jim is the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for DFW Plastics, Inc. A long time resident of the Mid-Cities area, he graduated from Trinity High School. Jim holds a BBA in Marketing from Baylor University.

Mark Skinner

Vice Chairman

Bio coming soon

Trey Dyer


Trey Dyer is a Director with SandsPoint Capital Advisors, a financial and real estate services firm. Trey earned a BBA from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1982 and is a Texas CPA. He and his wife Holly have two grown sons and have been members at First Baptist Church of Euless since 1993. Trey and Holly currently serve in the student ministry at and have been involved in missions as well. They both have had the privilege of working with 6 Stones from the beginning.

Linda Eilenfeldt


Linda Eilenfeldt is a Council Member for the City of Euless and a Realtor®, with RE/MAX Masters, serving North Tarrant County.  She is currently the Council liaison to both HEB ISD and GCISD and has previously served on the Zoning Board of Adjustment, Housing and Structures Board and Capital Improvements Advisory Board in Euless. Linda holds a MBA in Marketing from the University of Chicago.

Linda and her husband Bob have two children, Kyle and Mary and they all share a strong commitment to volunteering. They are active members of Good Shepherd Catholic Community in Colleyville. Linda cares about the community in which she lives and works, and it shows.

Tim Alba

Tim Alba, CPA, MBA, is the Senior Associate Pastor – Finance and Administration at First Euless, as well as a board member of two of First Euless’ key ministry partners: 6 Stones Mission Network and Mid-Cities Pregnancy Center. Before joining First Euless’ staff, Tim was the CFO/Controller and part-owner of CiCi’s Pizza for fourteen years. He helped grow this award-winning franchise from 200 restaurants to up to 640 units. Previously, he held progressive financial and accounting leadership roles. Tim’s leadership at work was recognized in QSR magazine and Your Signature Life: Creating Excellence and Influencing Others at Work (by Dianna Booher), while his family leadership was highlighted in Stories of True Financial Freedom: God’s Impact in Real Lives (by Crown Financial Ministries). Tim, his wife, Anna, and their three children are passionately pursuing their family goal of hearing God say, “Well done, good and faithful servant!”

Dianna Booher

Dianna Booher is the author of 47 books (Penquin Random House, Simon & Schuster, McGraw-Hill), published in 60 foreign-language editions. As CEO of Booher Research, a communication consulting firm, and keynote speaker, she has worked with more than one-third of the Fortune 500 to help them communicate their messages clearly. Dianna has earned some of the highest recognitions in her industry:
  • Richtopia’s 2017 List of “Top 200 Most Influential Authors in the World”
  • Speaker Hall of Fame  (induction by the National Speakers Association)
  • “21 Top Speakers for the 21st Century” by Successful Meetings magazine
  • “Top 100 Minds on Personal Development” by Personal Excellence magazine
  •  “Top 30 Global Communication Gurus”
  • “Top 100 Thought Leaders in America” by Leadership Excellence magazine
  • “Best of the Best: Top 25 Business Books of the Decade” by Executive Soundview Summaries
She holds a MA in English from the University of Houston. She and husband Vernon are active members at First Baptist, Euless, where they serve in several ministries.

Kim Campbell

Kim is Senior Manager, Customer Advocacy at TXU Energy. She manages the energy assistance programs at TXU Energy, as well as advocates on behalf of low-income Texans. For over 20 years, Kim has worked in the utility industry providing hands-on assistance for their customers. She holds a BBA in Marketing from Dallas Baptist University.

Steve Chapman

Steve Chapman is the Superintendent of Schools for the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District.  Steve began his educational career as a classroom teacher in 1984 and has held various administrative positions at the campus and central office.  He is the past president of the Texas Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (TxASCD) and serves as an instructor for their Curriculum Leadership Academy.  In addition to his work with TxASCD, Steve has served on the Legislative Council for the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development.  Steve has been both a state and national presenter at educational conferences and is a member of several state and national associations, including District Management Council, American Association of Schools Administrators, and the Texas Association of School Administrators.  He, his wife Tanga and their two sons are active members of the First Baptist Church of Hurst.

Brian Chase

Brian Chase manages Bell Helicopter’s Government and Community Affairs department where he is responsible for the company’s U.S. state and local government affairs, community and stakeholder relations, and corporate philanthropy.  Prior to joining Bell Helicopter in 2010, Brian served as Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Congressman Jeb Hensarling and worked in several roles in the space industry, including NASA’s Johnson Space Center, NASA Headquarters, United Space Alliance, and the Space Foundation.  He also served in both Florida and Washington in a variety of senior policy and communications roles for former U.S. Congressman Dave Weldon. Brian lives in Hurst with his wife, Terri, and their three children where they are members of First Baptist Church of Hurst. Brian earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Trasa Cobern

Trasa Cobern is a mom and a wife, a teacher of history, a City Councilmember and a firm believer in Jesus Christ.  She spent her formative years as an Army dependent in Germany, which gave her a unique perspective to see America from both the inside and the outside.  She attended Texas A&M on a full academic scholarship, and met her husband Kyle there, who is from the HEB area.  They have four teenage sons and are members of Good Shepherd Catholic Community, where Trasa serves on several ministries.  As a Hurst Councilmember and Trinity High School teacher, she has seen firsthand the immense difference 6Stones makes in this community!

Shannon Fisher

Shannon Fisher serves as the Sr. Director, Foundation Relations and Grants, for Texas Health Resources. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biomedical science from Texas A&M University, and a master of science in healthcare administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Shannon is an active member of Gateway Church and serves on the board of the Junior League of Dallas and is co-chair of the community investment cabinet for United Way of Tarrant County. Shannon lives in Bedford with her husband, Roger, where they are raising their three boys. Shannon and Roger are both graduates of Trinity High School and feel blessed to give back to a community where they were raised.

Ernie Flores

Ernie is proud to contribute to community-building efforts here in the great State of Texas. An alumnus of Texas A&M University, he has been the Franchise Operator of the Euless Chick-Fil-A (Glade) since 2002, and began serving as the Operator Consultant for the UTA campus location in 2013. He and his wife, Cristina, have four wonderful children: Eva, Vivana, EJ, and Benicio.

Don Green

Bio coming soon

Josh Hobbs

Josh has spent close to 30 years exposed to or actively working at Dalworth Restoration and its sister company, Dalworth Clean. He has literally “grown up in the family business,” accompanying his father on work sites as far back as he can remember. Hobbs began working full time at Dalworth Restoration in 1996 upon graduation from High School. After starting as a carpet cleaning and water mitigation technician at Dalworth, he eventually moved into project management and he currently is an Executive Manager who oversees all Sales and Admin.

Gary McPherson

Gary retired from Lockheed Martin in 2013 as Vice President – Human Resources for the Missiles & Fire Control Business Area. He has over 40 years of business leadership experience in human resources, strategy, and organizational development. He is currently an executive professor at the University of Texas – Arlington and provides customized coaching and HR consulting services to organizations and individuals.

In addition to being a certified executive coach and mediator, Gary has served as a volunteer for several faith-based and community organizations in the DFW Area, Florida, and Canada. He also mentors college students and faculty at TCU, SMU, Texas A&M, UTA, etc.

He holds a BA in education/history from Taylor University (Upland, Indiana). An MS in instructional technology from Southern Illinois University, as well as Texas State certification in Mediation/Conflict Resolution from Southern Methodist University.

Gary is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, the Human Capital Institute, and regularly participates in several HR executive and leadership forums.

Gary and his wife, Heather, have been married 45 years and have two sons and two grandsons.

Robert White

Robert is the Lead Pastor of Freedom Church in Bedford, TX.  Prior to Freedom Church, Robert served as the Youth/Young Adult Pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Arlington, TX.  He is married to his High School sweetheart Marisha, and they have two daughters, Makenzie and Makayla.  Robert studied Business Administration at California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) and is currently pursuing an M.Div. from George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University.

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