Jimmy Spencer Jr is just a good guy trying to change the world--and himself--one act of love at a time.
He is a Founder and CEO of Love Without Agenda, a growing decentralized platform that networks, inspires, and funds social innovation. Most comfortable on a stage, Spencer is a speaker who is
beloved for his passionate, transparent, and thought provoking style.
As an author, he has been a featured writer and contributor for Neue, a leadership magazine from the makers of Relevant Magazine. He recently completed his first book Love Without Agenda:
My Journey Out of Consumer Christianity.
He is perpetually single and constantly working. He likes to eat out when he can and uses walking along Lake Michigan into downtown Chicago as a refuge from stress. He loves to travel and meet other
innovators across the globe.
Lisa holds the LWA organization together. A proud mother of 3, Lisa works long hours to see her children inherit a new, more compassionate world.
Proof positive that greatness comes with life experience--Lisa continues to redefine what leadership looks like for a future generation. With 7 years of being Dirctor of Evangelsim at a Chicago church, she
excels in consulting on healthy church relationships, leadership and growth issues
She wrote our soon to be released WORKbook and and is currently working on her own book project entitled "Love Without Agenda: The Art of Parenting."
I was born in '81 and ever since I've been staring at screens trying to make sense of the pixels staring back at me. I love capturing compelling stories and communicating them with the incredible tools that are at our
fingertips. I want to spend my time working with companies and non-profits who want to create a better world for everyone, and not by writing a check once a year, but by investing in imaginative social projects, creating
art and serving people locally and globally. Oh, I forgot to mention, I love Vitamin Water too.
Jacob Wentzel is an English and French Major at Loyola University in Chicago Illinois. He works as a language tutor for Loyola and also works for Family Matters, a local not-for-profit. Jacob is also learning German
and is a literature enthusiast, he loves and collects books, the good old paper kind.
Jake has no website--and likes it that way.