ROB NELSON Rob is currently the VP of Sales at a mortgage loan company. Outside of work, his focus lies in charity involvement and staying active. He was formerly an ATP pro tennis player and held a world ranking in both singles and doubles. He also served his alma mater at U.C Irvine as the Director of Business Development for the Athletics Department and member of the Men’s Tennis Coaching staff.

ROB NELSON

Rob is currently the VP of Sales at a mortgage loan company. Outside of work, his focus lies in charity involvement and staying active. He was formerly an ATP pro tennis player and held a world ranking in both singles and doubles. He also served his alma mater at U.C Irvine as the Director of Business Development for the Athletics Department and member of the Men’s Tennis Coaching staff.

JAMES LAWRENCE James, nicknamed the Iron Cowboy, is an athlete, husband, and proud father of four daughters and a son. He competes in endurance races and Ironman Triathlons. He holds two world records in 70.3 and 140.6 triathlon racing and is the first and only person to complete 50 Ironmans in 50 days.

JAMES LAWRENCE

James, nicknamed the Iron Cowboy, is an athlete, husband, and proud father of four daughters and a son. He competes in endurance races and Ironman Triathlons. He holds two world records in 70.3 and 140.6 triathlon racing and is the first and only person to complete 50 Ironmans in 50 days.

TATE NELSON As an amateur MMA fighter, physical challenges are not unknown to Tate. He currently juggles being a full-time senior at the University of Alabama and training for fights. He wants to surpass the limits of what people believe can be done, just as the children of Treasures of Africa orphans do every day.

TATE NELSON

As an amateur MMA fighter, physical challenges are not unknown to Tate. He currently juggles being a full-time senior at the University of Alabama and training for fights. He wants to surpass the limits of what people believe can be done, just as the children of Treasures of Africa orphans do every day.