Our Team

Get a “Behind The Scenes” look at our team!

Scott Beebe
Head Business Coach

Scott, what is one of the most important things you’ve done in your life?

“Married Ashley, engaged in Nigeria, introduced our kids to the world.”

Scott, if you could relive one day of your life, what would it be?

August 10th, 1996. Ashley and I had our 3rd, 1st date:) We tried two times before but this date was the one! We went out to dinner and then to the film tower on the practice football field to talk for hours about life, dreams, ambitions, hopes, fears. It was simple, and it was lasting. 

Thomas Joyner
Business Coach

Thomas, what is one of the most important things you’ve done in your life?

I’ve spent 13 years building relationships with high school kids through the mission of Young Life. I’ve been able to walk alongside them through some of the hardest moments of their lives and offer them the hope of Jesus in the midst of that!

Thomas, if you could relive one day of your life, what would it be?

I went on a road trip in Eastern Australia. We spent 10 hours driving through the night to surf a famous surf break. We surfed amazing waves all morning and met a man who invited us back to his hostel for the evening. After dinner, the entire town showed up for a poker tournament that night where me and my friends decided to play. We played to the late hours of the night where I won a few hundred bucks and claimed my title of “International Poker champion!” I’ll never forget it as I tragically lost one of my best friends on that trip about a year later and that was the last trip we ever took together.

Ashley Beebe

Administrative Coordinator

Ashley, what is one of the most important things you’ve done in your life?

Grown in my faith in Jesus, Married my husband, raised 3 children and traveled the world with them (including Nigeria). Sorry, more than 3!

Ashley, if you could relive one day of your life, what would it be?

Watching the World Cup on the streets of Cinque Terre after a day’s hike through the vineyards and villages, ending the evening with dancing, wine, and gelato!!!!

Jessie Barber
Client Connection Director

Jessie, what is one of the most important things you’ve done in your life?

I’m still learning how to do this well, but I would say that raising our boys is one of the most important things I could be doing right now. Watching them learn and grow together changes my perspective on the world around me and they are constantly reminding me to work for the good of others.

Jessie, if you could relive one day of your life, what would it be?

I would re-live the day I told my husband that we were having a child. We had wanted a baby for 4.5 years and I planned a day downtown taking pictures and I asked him to write a “first entry” in a journal to “document when we started journal-keeping for our grandkids to read one day.” When I gave him my journal entry, he found out. I love planning surprises, so that day was the best surprise I’ve ever pulled. **In case you thought we were awesome and kept the journal writing going for our grandchildren, we’ve not written in the journals since.

Team FAQ’s

Who is most likely to talk the rest of the team into a new adventure? What kind of adventure would it be and how would they convince everyone to do it?

Ashley Beebe, Thomas Joyner, Jessie Barber. A trip to the Grand Tetons. They would lie to Scott and tell him that the credit card charge is a “sizeable donation to a cause they love”.” – Scott Beebe

Thomas Joyner. A team Roadtrip around the country eating our way through culinary highlights in every city!” -Thomas Joyner

“Scott Beebe, Ashley Beebe, Thomas Joyner. Scott would buy a van we could all travel the world in and Thomas would make a list of all the surfing spots. Ashley would make sure we had plenty of BOP swag along the way.” – Jessie Barber