Chris Maclellan
Trustee, Maclellan Foundation

 Mr. Maclellan serves as a Trustee for the Maclellan Foundation.  He is Chairman of the Investment Committee and serves on the Grant Committee, which donates approximately $27 million per year toward evangelism, leadership development, Church planting, and encouraging generous giving.   He is also Chairman of the Mission Related Investment Committee, which oversees a $15 million impact fund that invests in global projects that fulfill the Foundation’s mission while seeking a market rate of return.   The Maclellan Foundation was founded in 1947 and is located in Chattanooga, TN.   

After working 8 years for the family’s insurance company, Mr. Maclellan focused his career on private equity investing and starting new ventures.   He founded an insurance brokerage firm, two Internet ventures, a real estate company, and a billboard company.  Mr. Maclellan graduated from Wheaton College in 1986 and earned an MBA from the University of Virginia (Darden) in 1991.   He serves on several local and national boards.

Mr. Maclellan is married to Susan, and they have four boys, ages 16 to 27.  They attend Calvary Chapel Chattanooga.  They enjoy traveling and visiting mission organizations and business as mission ventures.  Their family lived in Rome, Italy in 1998 - 1999 and served there with Italy for Christ and with Covenant College in Slovakia. 


Mark Mortenson
President of Lansing Group, LLC

 Mark joined M. A. Mortenson Company in 1990 as a financial analyst where he supported senior leadership's financial management of the business. While working for the Company, Mark attended William Mitchell College of Law and received his law degree in 1995. After spending two years in a private practice, Mark rejoined the Company and served as its assistant corporate secretary. In 2002, the Company's board of directors appointed Mark to the position of corporate secretary.

 In 2005, Mark led the Company in restructuring its investment program and in 2007, became president of Lansing Group, LLC, which manages the investment programs for the parent company and its subsidiaries. Lansing Group now also manages investment programs for The Mortenson Family Foundation and private entities, and has become a full-service family office.

 Mark currently serves as the vice chair of the board for the Mentoring Partnership of Minnesota; as a trustee on the board of the Minnesota Zoo Foundation, and as a director on the board of the American Refugee Committee and chair of its Finance Committee. In the past, Mark served as a trustee on the board of the United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities and as a director on the board of Daystar U.S.

 He has his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Northwestern University and J.D., from William Mitchell College of Law.


Bill Moore
President & CEO, PacMoore Products, Inc. and PacMoore Process Technologies, LLC

 After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in chemical engineering, Bill became a product development engineer for Procter & Gamble in 1985. There, he patented and developed a new disposable diaper that remains the state-of-the-art in diaper designs today. He later moved into his stepfather’s business, George Meyer Company, where he deepened his expertise in food processing. Recognizing a need by many companies in the food industry for a trusted and capable contract manufacturing partner, Bill soon evolved the company to meet this need.

 In 1992, he leased a 50,000 square-foot facility in Chicago and opened PacMoore Products, Inc. as a majority shareholder. In just one year, the young company outgrew its space and relocated to Hammond, Indiana, which is where the 200,000 square foot company headquarters is located today. In 2006, PacMoore built a new 110,000 square-foot plant in Mooresville, Indiana, outside of Indianapolis.

 Bill’s energy and forward-thinking attitude have helped to spur this remarkable growth, not only in sales, but in people as well. The company employs 200 people, processes approximately 150 million pounds of ingredients annually and generates annualized sales over $25 million. He holds a BS, Chemical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Bill, his wife Susan, and their two sons live in Frankfort, Illinois and worship at Calvary Church in Orland Park.