Executive Chairman and President
Jack Honour, the Founder of Stereo Vision Entertainment Inc has, much like the company, a rather diversified story. The core of his business philosophy was constructed by the military training he received as a member of the elite Coast Guard amphibious support team and Honor Guard stationed at the White House. Mr. Honour's entrepreneurial nature has lead him to launch a variety of businesses from restaurants to real estate management. In 1999 an opportunity presented itself to merge an existing public company with an entertainment company that had a special niche and a thirty year success record and the publicly traded company, StereoVision Entertainment Inc, was born. Realizing the time was right to capitalize on the transition from traditional entertainment to state of the art international multimedia production, acquisition, and distribution, Honour gathered together the top people in the necessary fields and brought them in under the umbrella of the public company, StereoVision Entertainment Inc.
W.F. ‘Billy’ Barnwell
CEO Climate Cure Capital Corporation
Mr. Barnwell is the President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board of Climate Cure Capital Corporation. William has more than 18 years of experience in the renewable energy field and was the managing member of The Centre for Carbon Trading. He served on the Board at Global Alternative Green Energy where he helped to brand proprietary technologies known as the BCR™, the BCT™, and the BCS™, and had them certified as “Green” in the renewable energy credits (“REC”) market. Prior to that, he was the COO of Pacific Renewables in San Diego where he developed the REC trading platform. In conjunction with Electric City, he helped deliver Virtual Megawatt Power Plants. He has unrivaled experience and knowledge in the world of environmental commodities. He has marketed energy-efficient products traded on the Chicago Commodity Exchange and brought institutional funding from Morgan Stanley, Duke Power, and El Paso Energy to various projects and activities, and run a renewable energy credit desk and directed marketing efforts for the Center for Carbon Trading and Resource Marketing. The International Emission Trade Association invited him to participate in the Congressional Advisory Committee for Cap and Trade. Mr. Barnwell was selected from its 5,000 members to be one of the 50 on the advisory panel. He holds a business degree from the University of Denver.
Mr. Gaspard is currently the CEO of Biochar Now LLC, a leading company in the biochar industry. His career in start-ups, mid-size and Fortune 1000 companies gives him a unique perspective on all aspects on a company's life-cycle from birth, through growth and harvest. He returned to school after 10 years in the workforce and graduated from the University of Texas with a JD/MBA with honors. He is a licensed attorney in the state of Texas. However, his career has to date has been highlighted by his sales talent and his ability to close larger dollar volumes of transactions in several diverse industries.
Steven “Herky” William s Director
Herky’s a former Golf Professional, who’s spent the last 33 years in the Entertainment Industry in Nashville, Tn. He worked at Capitol Records, ASCAP and several Publishing Companies in the Creative Departments. His keen eye for talent and his outstanding social skills have led to a successful career. In addition to being a Board of Directors member of StereoVision, he’s a Board of Director’s member of AAPI, and a consultant in Career Development, assisting Songwriters.
John Toth, MS, MBA, USGBC A.P.
CEO of Cannaflora Farms. Mr. Toth directs our projects implementing established applied methodologies for Wind, Solar, and Biomass Energy, and verifiable Carbon Offset Projects. Since 2005, after extraordinary careers with Healthcare and Information Technologies, he has been involved with numerous projects and feasibility studies for carbon sequestration and emission reductions involving manure digesters, biomass energy, Jenbacher and Waukesha gas engines, micro turbines, solar and wind energy, green building, and biochar. John has worked with Climate Cure Team and several client companies in developing International Project Idea Notes for thr European Union Trading Scheme (EU ETS) and project documents for renewable energy and carbon sequestration projects in the USA adhering to the protocols of the Climate Action Reserve (CAR) and the Voluntary Carbon Standard (VCS).
While working in Hawai'i as an environmental scientist, John performed advanced research contracts for the U.S. Naval Ocean Systems Center, The Hawai’i Natural Energy Institute, The Hawai'i Institute for Marine Biology, and The Department of Planning and Economic Development, State of Hawai'i including First Environmental Impact Surveys of Pearl Harbor & Kaneohe Bay. He also co-authored white paper entitled Integration of Manure Digester for energy and nutrients for the cultivation of algae, freshwater prawns and fish for 1st use of feedlot manure for heat, power, and nutrients in closed-loop aquaculture. John also participated in an early demonstration of algalculture for food and fuel with the US Naval Ocean Systems Center, Hawai’i Laboratory as part of the DOE Aquatic Species Program. John holds MBA in Entrepreneurship from Pepperdine University, and Master of Science in Chemistry from U. of Hawai’i along with accreditation by the U.S. Green Building Council with the USGBC Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)® building rating system.
T.J Culbertson Director
T.J.’ has been a licensed California real estate broker since 2007. Thomas “TJ” Culbertson was the founder and Broker/Owner of SHORTsense, a Santa Monica-based real estate firm specializing in luxury foreclosure properties. Prior to SHORTsense, Mr. Culbertson was the Broker/Owner of Zara Capital, a mortgage brokerage based in Beverly Hills. He has been quoted in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, and has been featured on CNBC. He holds a BS in Applied Economics from the University of Minnesota and a Master of International Management from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN. TJ volunteers and contributes to charitable organizations, such as Martha’s Village & Kitchen, The Los Angeles Fund for Public Education, and others.