Advisory Board

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Scott deMoulin

Founder and CEO of Destiny Training Systems

Scott deMoulin is the Founder and CEO of Destiny Training Systems, a conscious business growth consulting and training company.

Scott has facilitated training for thousands of Entrepreneurs and small business owners and has consulted for over 480 large companies over the past 30+ years.

With a focus on developing the Human Capital within businesses combined with following a strategic, conscious, and sustainable business model, Scott, and his company, has helped his clients to achieve significant, measurable and lasting growth results. He is a member of the Global Stewardship Council for the Pachamama Alliance and has ventured deep into the Amazon Rain Forest in Ecuador to gain a better understanding of the importance and value that this part of the world plays in our entire planets future. Scott is a committed steward for creating more awareness and understanding of how we can make more conscious decisions and take more sustainable actions in responsibly growing our people, planet and profits. For more information go to

Beverly Rider

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Beverly Rider is a rare blend of Fortune 50 executive, entrepreneur and attorney, who has been able to utilize these varied experiences to increase awareness in the field of sustainability. She is an experienced leader with a focus on the national distribution of cost effective sustainable technologies and non-profit programs.

Among her previous positions, Beverly served as National Director at Qwest, a Denver-based NYSE and Fortune 50 company; Director of Junior Achievement, a non-profit organization, and Associate at two law firms. Currently, Beverly is CEO at C-Level Consulting with offices in Florida, North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, California, Nevada, Arizona, the Pacific Northwest, and Hawaii.

Beverly is a strong advocate for education, community involvement and grass root initiatives. She currently sits on the Board of IDEAs for Us and the Advisory Boards for Keiser University.  She attended the University of Washington, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance and Marketing from Western Washington University, and a Juris Doctor (JD) cum laude from Seattle University.



William C. Weinaug, Jr.PE, LEED® AP

Vice President, EXP, and President, Wekiva Island

In the 25 years since Bill received his Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from Pennsylvania State University he has been ensuring great client (and guest) experiences through his efforts in providing mechanical and sustainable designs on entertainment and hospitality facilities. Today, he is EXP’s Hospitality business manager. He manages the “front-end loading” process for the firm’s large hospitality projects, including projects for Hilton, Viceroy, Mandarin Oriental, Marriott, Ritz, Starwood, and Waldorf.

As EXP does, Bill embraces green building practices. His passion to lead an earth-friendly lifestyle has led him to utilize many cutting edge sustainable concepts in his personal life. Many of these same strategies are also implemented in X-nth’s “Green” projects.

For the past six years, Bill has been an AIA Continuing Education provider by presenting “Sustainable Design” to dozens architectural firms in the United States. Bill has been a frequent speaker at industry conferences including: keynote speaker at the USGBC Caribbean Chapter 1st Symposium of Sustainable Design, The Lodging Conference, The Global Gaming Expo, Casino Design Conference, and The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions. In addition to his speaking engagements, Bill has authored multiple articles for industry publications including, his most recent, “Energy Efficient Concepts Categorized by Priority” published in Oct 2007 Hospitality Construction Magazine.

Bill recently purchased the Wekiva Marina which he now calls the Wekiva Island ( Bill explains, “The Island will be a place guest will run into sustainability around every corner.” Bill and his wife, Mary, are turning the property into something the community will be proud of., a place one will be able to come and learn about how they can easily incorporate sustainability into their everyday life.