About Living Stones - Founders
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Ken A. Eldred (Co-Founder/CEO)
Ken Eldred is CEO of Living Stones Foundation Charitable Trust and Chairman of the Board of Advisors of Parakletos @ Ventures. For over 20 years, Mr. Eldred served as CEO of Inmac, a public company he founded. He has assisted in the founding of several other successful companies, including Ariba Technologies. He is involved in ventures in the United States, China, Europe and India, and he advises various Kingdom business ventures and ministries.
Mr. Eldred is the author of The Integrated Life: Experience the Powerful Advantage of Integrating Your Faith and Work. He is also the author of God is at Work: Transforming People and Nations Through Business, named the top book by the Business as Mission Network, as well as co-editor of On Kingdom Business, winner of a 2004 Christianity Today Book Award. Mr. Eldred has undergraduate and MBA degrees from Stanford and was a Visiting Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution. He has also been awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Belhaven University.
Roberta E. Eldred (Co-Founder/President)
Roberta Eldred is Co-Founder and President of the Living Stones Foundation, a Christian public support organization which is actively involved in local, national, and international ministries and organizations involved in evangelism, defending Christian family values, supporting women's issues, and business as missions. She has served as a Director on the Board of Trustees for Regent University in Virginia.
Mrs. Eldred has worked for the Veterans Health Administration's Psychiatry Office, the Christian Counseling Center in San Mateo, and the Caravan House, an organization which helps disturbed adolescents. Prior to that, she served as Director of the Department of Minority Affairs for Educational Testing Systems (the producers of the well-known SAT program) in Princeton, New Jersey and began her career as a Junior High Spanish teacher in the Bay Area. Mrs. Eldred has served as group facilitator for programs at both Stanford University's Business School and the University Of Santa Clara's School of Psychology where she earned a master's degree and has nearly completed her PhD. She is also the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Regent University.