Board of Directors

SERVE 6.8 has a Board of Directors that meets monthly and oversees operations. Board members are recruited for their commitment, expertise, and diverse experience as leaders and advocates for solutions that serve people in need and our community as a whole.

Greg Dix

Board Chair

Seeing people and organizations reach their fullest potential is a passion for Greg. For him, it's all about stewardship.   That's why Greg feels so blessed to be the Vice President of Engineering at Broadcom Inc's ASIC Product Division where he gets the opportunity to be responsible for strategic and tactical leadership, financial budgeting, productivity enhancements, product execution, customer and supplier relations, and the direct management of a +400 person world-wide engineering team that spans across several US States, China and India.  Greg's occupation tenure has equipped him to apply that experience into the Christian nonprofit world where he can help organizations like Serve 6.8 reach its fullest potential.

Tom Hall

Tom Hall is a Partner and the Director of Asset Management for Waypoint Real Estate. Prior to joining Waypoint, Tom was the Vice President of Commercial Operations for McWhinney where he led the commercial operations and development team to ensure the success of their commercially managed properties equaling nearly $850M. Additionally, Tom has served as the Director of Property Management for McWhinney. Combined, Tom has 25 years of experience in Commercial Real Estate with an emphasis in accounting, project management, property management and leasing. Tom manages approximately 3,000,000 square feet for Waypoint’s Property Management and Maintenance clients.

Clint Jasperson

Helping people be wise with money is something Clint was called to do from a young age.  When his father passed away unexpectedly, his family was thrown into financial survival mode from a lack of good planning.  He founded Purpose Driven Wealth as part of Thrivent in 2013 when he transitioned away from Cigna where he provided advisory services to large employers. His firm provides wealth management and advisory services nationally, with a focus on Biblical Stewardship.  As part of the Serve 6.8 Board, he instills a passion for the unique approach Serve 6.8 takes to ministry and also helps donors that have complex giving considerations contribute to the mission of the organization.

Janet McBride

Janet is a successful small business owner with a passion for optimizing operations and developing strategic plans to achieve long-term success. With her unwavering faith in the mission of Serve 6.8, Janet contributes her expertise and leadership skills to help advance the organization's goals and make a positive impact in the community.

Wes Moore

Equipping the Church to thrive is what drives Wes to serve both at LifePointe and with Serve 6.8. Collaborating with other dedicated and creative team members is how he loves to work, both with the other Lead Pastors in the plurality of leadership structure at LifePointe Church, and with the board, staff, and volunteers who are the heart of Serve 6.8. He believes that the work of Serve 6.8 is needed and formative for everyone involved; those who donate and volunteer, and those who receive the help that connects them with the life-changing relationships found in the Church.

Kim Oswandel

Kim is an Assistant Vice President/Branch Manager for Bank of Colorado in Fort Collins.  Kim has over 30 years of banking experience which has given her knowledge in both lending and the operations side of banking, as well as leadership experience.  She has been with Bank of Colorado since 2000.

Grant Pahlau

Grant has spent a lifetime investing in people. Upon graduation from college, Grant spent 10 years as a secondary education teacher in public education.  Helping young people succeed in academics gave way to helping young people know and follow Jesus- Grant became a student ministry pastor at a local church, serving in that capacity for 15 years.  He transitioned from that position to care ministry pastor at the same church family.  Grant’s personal mission is to see people find help, hope and healing in Jesus Christ, and to equip the family of God to carry that mission out!

Kari Stewart

Kari is the Missions Pastor at Timberline Church in Fort Collins, CO overseeing Global, National and Local Missions.  As a child, God planted seeds in her heart about the plight of the orphan, little did she know that those seeds planted would bear fruit in the form of a calling to adopt and start an adoption ministry serving foster, adoptive and kinship families. She is passionate about standing in the gap for missionaries and organizations that Timberline Church supports. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family (grandkids are the best!), watching football (go Chiefs!), and reading books on leadership, cultural awareness, and historical fiction.  You will often find her sitting in the sun, reading a great book with a glass of iced tea nearby.  Kari is married to Jeff Stewart and they have been married for 43 years and have 9 children and 9 grandchildren.

She is blessed to serve on the following local, national, and global boards, seeking ways to advance the work that God has called each to do: Serve 6.8 – Founding Member!!, Finally Home, Respire Haiti. She also founded Northern Colorado Christian Alliance for Orphans a regional alliance of Christian Alliance for Orphans that meets monthly to seek ways that we can collaboratively stand in the gap for the needs of vulnerable children in our community and around the world.