You’ll see on our page, we use the term ‘student’ in place of ‘expert’ because we believe that we are constantly learning, growing, evolving.

This is the type of environment we want to create and foster.

If we’re going to lead, we have to connect with people to build the communities we want to see. Instead of focusing on comparisons, we want to celebrate our differences, our strengths, our weaknesses and build the world we want to see.

DAVID PROSPER

FOUNDER AND CEO

A warm smile, approachable, caring, and a nurturing heart are a few characteristics to describe David. He is a ‘student’ who believes that when leaders get better; families get better, communities get better, schools get better, the government gets better and the world gets better.

Founder, CEO, and ‘student’ of Shepherd Revolution – A Future Faith-based K-12 Leadership Academy. David was inspired by reading the Bible about how Jesus was a revolutionary leader and a revolutionary learner. And since then he has been on a mission to educate, equip, and empower people to transform their lives and the lives around them. His mission originated when he heard his mother say her last words “I wish I did enough” right before she passed away. Which fueled his vision to create a world where healthier families and communities are the new standard.

David is an award-winning speaker, National Speakers Association Graduate, TEDx speaker, Certified Leadership & Communication Trainer, Certified Life Coach, Certified NLP Trainer, 3x Collegiate Football Champion, Social Impact Entrepreneur, and a disciple of Jesus.

ADAM HEBERT

JUST A GUY WHO DOES THINGS (aka epic human)

Adam Hebert generally doesn’t write about himself and finds this to be a little weird… Especially being in third person. He spent the majority of his life working a normal basic job that paid well as he wandered aimlessly. Then, in the mid 2000’s he was asked to work for an entrepreneur to develop a hydrogen gas generator that can be installed in a vehicle’s air intake to increase a vehicles gas mileage. At the time gas was approaching or past $4.50/gal.

Adam didn’t know much about cars, engines, or producing hydrogen… So he immediately said “yes!” and began researching. Though that company didn’t go far, Adam did successfully develop and build a prototype hydrogen unit and install it in a couple vehicles. The results of which did not increase gas mileage but instead added a little horsepower when forcing a lot of hydrogen into the air intake. It was kind of like giving your car an energy drink.

The results of that adventure led Adam (still weird in 3rd person) to a path of entrepreneurship where he launched his next few companies. The first being a massive website called the ‘Peanut Butter List.’ This was a grocery store price comparison website that tracked the weekly prices on more than 10,0000 common grocery items at every major grocery chain in Colorado. Basically it was an easy way to find the best deals every week and over time while never paying full price for groceries.  After a few years of working 50 hours a week at a normal job plus building and bootstrapping the website and software, Adam decided to shelve the idea and just buy groceries like normal people do.

At the end of the Peanut Butter List Adam bought a nice camera because he wanted to take photos. He had never owned a camera and thought it would be fun to start taking photos now that he had some new found free time. Two weeks after that purchase Adam did the only reasonable thing, and quit his job of 17 years to pursue photography. Now, 5 years later he’s a professional wedding photographer and owns Epoch Moment Photography, Epoch 365, and the Know Where Project.

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