Dr. Rich LaHaye – President of Lone Star Chapter
For over 25 years, Rich has assisted executives and organizations in leading, coaching and managing organizational & cultural development. Dr. LaHaye is an experienced and “hands on” executive who has personally worked as CEO, President and Senior Executive of multiple Inc. 500 / 5000 companies.
Dr. LaHaye is one of the founding members of Gazelles International, an association founded by Verne Harnish for coaching and developing high growth/fast
paced organizations. Rich has been recognized for his accomplishments by the National Center for Employee Ownership, The National Gathering of the Games, the Bayster School of Business, and the University of California, San Diego.
Rich is a personal counselor, coach and organizational psychologist to numerous business leaders and executives across the nation. He is also a partner/owner of E Lighting Systems, a sustainable company that manufactures and provides energy efficient lighting across the nation.
For the last 18 years, Denise has held multiple Senior Executive positions in Customer Service, Claims, Compliance, and Organizational Administration.
Denise is a native San Antonian who enjoys volunteer work with The Special Olympics of South Texas and is currently pursuing an advanced degree in Psychology. She is also a partner/owner of E Lighting Systems, an energy efficient lighting provider and systems manufacturer to several prominent national businesses.
Lisa has over 27 years of legal experience as a paralegal involved in business litigation, entertainment law and non-profit associations. She graduated from the University of California Los Angeles and attended the UCLA Attorney Assistant Training Program, obtaining her Certification in Corporations and Business Law.
Lisa spent the past 4 years working as the Research and Marketing Paralegal for non-profit National Vehicle Protection Association in Schertz, Texas. She lobbied in over 13 different states to pass favorable legislation for companies offering protection products. She worked closely with non-profit association members, maintained membership satisfaction and researched market trends.
Lisa owns and operates a secondary rights collective company that represents producers and copyright holders domestically and worldwide. She feels strongly about staying involved in the San Antonio community and even stronger about ensuring a more just and sustainable future for her two children.