Advisory Board

  Daniel Guerrero   A native of San Marcos, Daniel Guerrero is a Distinguished Alumnus of San Marcos High School, and holds degrees from Austin Community College, Texas State University, and St. Edward’s University.  Daniel has served in nonprofit leadership roles as the Executive Director for INROADS/Central Texas, Inc. where he oversaw the professional development of university students as they transitioned into corporate leadership roles. He has led fundraising and development campaigns as the Executive Director of the San Marcos Education Foundation.  Daniel has served his alma mater as Texas State University’s Assistant Dean of Students for Student Development and Leadership Programs where his team worked with thought-leaders in business, government, technology, education, art and philanthropy from throughout the world. He is currently teaching “Introduction to Global Business” and “Transformative Leadership” in the McCoy School of Business. Daniel is also being considered for board roles with the Alumni Associations for Texas State University and St. Edward’s University.  Daniel currently serves as the Director for Special Programs and Chief of Global Relationships for the Virtual Trade Mission Foundation whose role is to connect clients to global leaders through cultural immersion experiences. Daniel represents a diverse portfolio of clients as a consultant with J.L. Powers & Associates; GLG Consulting; and Assemble Coaching & Consulting.  Daniel has served as an elected leader to the San Marcos City Council and three terms as Mayor. During his time in office, San Marcos was recognized as the Fastest Growing City in the United States, saw significant growth in economic development, increased investments in infrastructure and public safety, and helped turn the Greater San Marcos region into an influential player in the global marketplace. He served as the Director for Emergency Management during four federally designated disasters events included multiple wildfires and three flood events.  Beyond his local elected role, Daniel has served on the boards of the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG), Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO), Texas Municipal League (TML), National League of Cities (NLC), Association of Hispanic Elected Officials (AHMO), Mayor’s Institute on City Design (MICD), Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSDM) and the U.S. Conference of Mayors. He continues to cultivate and enhance his long-standing relationships with his peers and colleagues from throughout the Central Texas region and around the world.  As a volunteer leader, Daniel currently serves on the Ki Charter School Board of Trustees and Board of Directors for the Salvation Army. He enjoys traveling the world, and spending time with his rescues dogs; Milly and Autumn!   

Daniel Guerrero

A native of San Marcos, Daniel Guerrero is a Distinguished Alumnus of San Marcos High School, and holds degrees from Austin Community College, Texas State University, and St. Edward’s University.

Daniel has served in nonprofit leadership roles as the Executive Director for INROADS/Central Texas, Inc. where he oversaw the professional development of university students as they transitioned into corporate leadership roles. He has led fundraising and development campaigns as the Executive Director of the San Marcos Education Foundation.

Daniel has served his alma mater as Texas State University’s Assistant Dean of Students for Student Development and Leadership Programs where his team worked with thought-leaders in business, government, technology, education, art and philanthropy from throughout the world. He is currently teaching “Introduction to Global Business” and “Transformative Leadership” in the McCoy School of Business. Daniel is also being considered for board roles with the Alumni Associations for Texas State University and St. Edward’s University.

Daniel currently serves as the Director for Special Programs and Chief of Global Relationships for the Virtual Trade Mission Foundation whose role is to connect clients to global leaders through cultural immersion experiences. Daniel represents a diverse portfolio of clients as a consultant with J.L. Powers & Associates; GLG Consulting; and Assemble Coaching & Consulting.

Daniel has served as an elected leader to the San Marcos City Council and three terms as Mayor. During his time in office, San Marcos was recognized as the Fastest Growing City in the United States, saw significant growth in economic development, increased investments in infrastructure and public safety, and helped turn the Greater San Marcos region into an influential player in the global marketplace. He served as the Director for Emergency Management during four federally designated disasters events included multiple wildfires and three flood events.

Beyond his local elected role, Daniel has served on the boards of the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG), Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO), Texas Municipal League (TML), National League of Cities (NLC), Association of Hispanic Elected Officials (AHMO), Mayor’s Institute on City Design (MICD), Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSDM) and the U.S. Conference of Mayors. He continues to cultivate and enhance his long-standing relationships with his peers and colleagues from throughout the Central Texas region and around the world.

As a volunteer leader, Daniel currently serves on the Ki Charter School Board of Trustees and Board of Directors for the Salvation Army. He enjoys traveling the world, and spending time with his rescues dogs; Milly and Autumn!

 

  Dr. Tobin Redwine   Dr. Tobin Redwine grew up on a farm in Lazbuddie, a rural community in Northwest Texas. After serving as the Texas FFA President in 2003-2004, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Leadership and Development at Texas A&M University in 2008. While there he developed an affinity for ugly shirts and cheesy jokes. He earned a Master of Science degree in Agricultural Communications at Texas Tech University in 2009, and a PhD in Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications at Texas A&M in 2014.  Dr. Redwine is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications at Texas A&M University. He teaches photography, media writing, and other courses in agricultural communications and journalism. Dr. Redwine researches messaging strategies and brand identity. Specifically, his line of inquiry examines how we identify information, how we make meaning of messages and creating audience-specific content, all in the hope that we can better understand how to tell the story of global agriculture and related sciences.  He and his wife Shanna, who is infinitely better looking and more intelligent than he, live in Montgomery, Texas, with their two sons.  Dr. Redwine has shared encouragement and optimism at more than 800 schools and organizations. He has been recognized internationally as a teacher and researcher, and is perpetually spouting less-than-witty puns.  Dr. Redwine is also a freelance journalist, photographer, music enthusiast, and amateur habanero salsa maker.

Dr. Tobin Redwine

Dr. Tobin Redwine grew up on a farm in Lazbuddie, a rural community in Northwest Texas. After serving as the Texas FFA President in 2003-2004, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Leadership and Development at Texas A&M University in 2008. While there he developed an affinity for ugly shirts and cheesy jokes. He earned a Master of Science degree in Agricultural Communications at Texas Tech University in 2009, and a PhD in Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications at Texas A&M in 2014.

Dr. Redwine is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications at Texas A&M University. He teaches photography, media writing, and other courses in agricultural communications and journalism. Dr. Redwine researches messaging strategies and brand identity. Specifically, his line of inquiry examines how we identify information, how we make meaning of messages and creating audience-specific content, all in the hope that we can better understand how to tell the story of global agriculture and related sciences.

He and his wife Shanna, who is infinitely better looking and more intelligent than he, live in Montgomery, Texas, with their two sons.

Dr. Redwine has shared encouragement and optimism at more than 800 schools and organizations. He has been recognized internationally as a teacher and researcher, and is perpetually spouting less-than-witty puns.

Dr. Redwine is also a freelance journalist, photographer, music enthusiast, and amateur habanero salsa maker.

   Pamela Soin    Prior to joining Kalypso, Pamela worked with Ingersoll-Rand Company in their industrial technologies business, both during college and after graduation as a process improvement engineer. She mainly focused on driving the lean manufacturing initiatives at a plant, as well as within the entire business. She was responsible for training management, supervisors, and the factory floor. She led Kaizen projects that generated substantial operational savings, as well as removing non-value activity from the operations. She also developed database programs to monitor factory metrics.  Pamela graduated from North Carolina State University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering. A noteworthy accomplishment from her school days was leading the winning Industrial Engineering Senior Design project team in their senior class competition.  Since joining Kalypso, Pamela has served clients in the medical device, discrete, high tech and CPG industries. Her main expertise is in project portfolio management design and implementation for telecom, specialty chemical, biotech, and healthcare. Her other areas of expertise include strategic roadmapping, resource management, IP commercialization, PLM & product data management, and lean manufacturing. She has to say about Kalypso, "I am very excited to be working with a firm with so many different intellectual backgrounds. The management of the firm really cares about our clients and what is important to them. Kalypso definitely will do whatever it takes to make all projects a success."  Pamela enjoys traveling, especially internationally. Her biggest hobby is studying and monitoring designer fashion. She also enjoys comical writing and hopes one day she will finish her novel, have it published, and it will hit #1 on the New York Times Bestseller List.

Pamela Soin

Prior to joining Kalypso, Pamela worked with Ingersoll-Rand Company in their industrial technologies business, both during college and after graduation as a process improvement engineer. She mainly focused on driving the lean manufacturing initiatives at a plant, as well as within the entire business. She was responsible for training management, supervisors, and the factory floor. She led Kaizen projects that generated substantial operational savings, as well as removing non-value activity from the operations. She also developed database programs to monitor factory metrics.

Pamela graduated from North Carolina State University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering. A noteworthy accomplishment from her school days was leading the winning Industrial Engineering Senior Design project team in their senior class competition.

Since joining Kalypso, Pamela has served clients in the medical device, discrete, high tech and CPG industries. Her main expertise is in project portfolio management design and implementation for telecom, specialty chemical, biotech, and healthcare. Her other areas of expertise include strategic roadmapping, resource management, IP commercialization, PLM & product data management, and lean manufacturing. She has to say about Kalypso, "I am very excited to be working with a firm with so many different intellectual backgrounds. The management of the firm really cares about our clients and what is important to them. Kalypso definitely will do whatever it takes to make all projects a success."

Pamela enjoys traveling, especially internationally. Her biggest hobby is studying and monitoring designer fashion. She also enjoys comical writing and hopes one day she will finish her novel, have it published, and it will hit #1 on the New York Times Bestseller List.