Richard is the founder and president of Peak Solutions. With over 20 years of leadership and organizational development experience, he is a sought-after speaker, consultant, and facilitator. Richard travels internationally helping clients intentionally create a culture of high trust and to be on purpose with developing leaders at all levels of the organization. In 2015 & 2016 Richard was named one of the top 100 thought leaders on Trust in the world. A Colorado native, Richard enjoys the beautiful Rocky Mountains with his wife and four boys. His favorite team is whichever one his four boys are currently playing on. He is active in his community while serving on the board of the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and Mill City Church.
Greg Swartzentruber, CPA
Greg holds a bachelor's degree in business administration with a major in accounting and finance and earned his CPA license in 1991. He is a member of the Ohio Society of CPAs, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Professional Business Coaches Alliance.
Greg has a wide variety of small business experience. He has been around small business his entire life, beginning as a youngster growing up in a family-owned automobile dealership where he later worked as a teenager. As a college student, Greg worked as an accountant in a construction company owned by his older brother. After college, with his brothers and father, he began a successful business in building and marketing conversion vans and accessories. In 1993, Greg began his own CPA firm and has grown it into a successful practice which he currently owns today.
Greg is active at Orrville Christian Church as an elder and financial secretary. He also volunteers time to Kingsway Christian School with their finance committee. Greg has been married to Donna for 26 years. They have three daughters, Emily, Andrea, and Olivia.
Dan Owolabi has always believed that the greatest leaders are servants first. That’s why he has made it his mission to help others achieve exceptional results by leading from a mindset of serving.
Drawing upon his talent for storytelling and his passion for connecting with others, Dan has spent the past 15 years working to empower those around him. For nearly a decade, he served as a public school teacher and pastor in Northeast Ohio. The work, while demanding, was incredibly rewarding—so in 2017, Dan decided to take his passion for developing leaders to a wider audience.
His immediate success and subsequent speaking invitations eventually led Dan to start a company dedicated to training and inspiring leaders around the country. By guiding them to build stronger relationships, he has been able to share his fiercely held principle that leadership isn’t a status you get, but a service you give.
Now, Dan continues using his expertise to inspire fellow leaders on a national scale as well as within his own community. In 2018, he also accepted the executive director position at Branches Worldwide, an innovative nonprofit aiming to impact 30 leaders in 30 countries for 30 years.
Throughout it all, Dan remains committed to looking inward as well as outward, continually pushing himself to embody the beliefs he so passionately shares with others. And while he has helped thousands of business executives, educators, athletes, and young adults to lead more effectively, he is the first to recognize that his own most important leadership responsibility remains to his wife Erica and their two daughters.
Dan holds an undergraduate degree from Malone University and a graduate degree from Ashland University. When he isn’t traveling or speaking, he is most often reading, running, and spending time with his family.