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Leadership Team

The Glocal.net team has the experience and understanding to engage global leaders.  Leveraging the practical success achieved by NorthWood Church with new and innovative approaches, they are able to assist Glocal.net partners achieve sustainable results.

Our team includes:

 

Dr. Bob Roberts

Dr. Roberts is the Founder, Senior Leader, and Chief Spokesman for Glocal.net.  His primary focus is connecting leaders and establishing relationships to create transformation.  He is the founding Senior Pastor of NorthWood Church near Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX.   As the leading practitioner and writer on glocal transformation of individuals, religious communities, non-governmental organizations, cities and nations, Bob has worked extensively in Vietnam, Afghanistan, West Bank and Gaza, Indonesia, Syria, Belize, Egypt, Turkey, Kenya, Nigeria, Europe, Australia, Iraq, Iran and other countries.  Pastor Roberts has been called upon by the United Nations and various State Departments around the world to assist with humanitarian and reconciliation projects. He works with leaders from different religious backgrounds to promote greater understanding and to assist with engagement projects.

 

Omar Reyes

Mr. Reyes is the Director of Glocal Impact at NorthWood Church in Keller, TX. Omar equips members to use their job to engage the domains of society, including government, business, medical and others to see radical transformation. Mr. Reyes also directs NorthWood Church Planting, which has trained church planters from across the nation and helped established more than 170 churches.

 

Tom McGehee

Mr. McGehee’s primary  focus is facilitating Collaboration groups. He is a well-known expert in group facilitation and brings a wealth of business experience.  Tom is a former partner with Ernst & Young Consulting and is currently CEO of WildWorks Group.  Mr. McGehee’s 15 years of teaching and leading Collaboration work provides a solid foundation for conducting Glocal.net’s Global Collaboration Communities and its multifaith events.