Scott Campbell, CFO of Road Runner Sports, Inc.

Scott is the CFO of Road Runner Sports, Inc., a multi-channel retailer headquartered in San Diego specializing in running and walking footwear, athletic apparel and accessories.  Prior to joining Road Runner Sports, Scott was Corporate Controller of Patagonia, Inc.

Scott began his career in public accounting with Ernst & Young.  Scott’s education includes a BA and MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Bill Kuncz, CFO and VP of Finance and Administration, Everyone Counts

Bill has over 19 years of successful CFO leadership experience in both launching start-ups to achieve market proven success and building profitable high growth companies in technology, international engineering services, and manufacturing. Most recently, he served for 9 years as CFO and VP of Finance of GreatCall, creators of the Jitterbug cell phone.  When he joined, GreatCall had a handful of employees, was just going to market, and had yet to obtain outside financing. His leadership contributions helped produce 34 consecutive quarters of growth in revenue and gross margin, most recent annual revenue of over $230M, and an organization size of over 1,000 employees. During that time, Bill was awarded the 2009 San Diego CFO of the Year Award.  

Mr. Kuncz holds an MBA from Santa Clara University, and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Michigan.

JW2Jim Wendler, President of Fish Market Restaurants, Inc.

Jim is President of Fish Market Restaurants, Inc., the operator of seafood restaurants in California under the names The Fish Market and Top of the Market. Prior to joining The Fish Market organization in 1998, Jim was with Chart House Enterprises, Inc., then a Solana Beach-based national restaurant company, for the previous 12 years, leaving as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Jim received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from San Diego State University in 1981. Upon graduation, he joined the San Diego office of Arthur Andersen & Co. and spent the next four years there.