Today, John Noller is the executive director for IGDC Solutions, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the non-profit, including planning and implementing the organization’s initiatives in support of its mission.
Previously, he served as Hilton Worldwide’s Global Vice President of Strategic Sourcing and Project Services where he was responsible for sourcing global providers of materials and services, managed global initiatives and projects, and supply chain logistics.
Prior to joining Hilton, Mr. Noller spent six years living and working in Latin America, Mexico, and the Caribbean and consulted on a broad array of commercial and residential construction projects. He constructed his first green, sustainable, solar and geothermal residential home in Colima, Mexico in 2005. He also constructed and renovated schools, built libraries and computer learning centers for the rural village’s children.
Noller was on the advisory board of David Rockefeller’s charitable non-profit trust Sailors for the Sea. He also served as Hilton Worldwide liaison for the City of Hope Charities.
Focused on the development of green energy through the use and deployment of low- and zero-emitting electrical technologies, Toshia Wildasin works to improve the lives of those less fortunate by incorporating these sustainable methods into urban housing.
Wildasin has partnered with Eolica Technologies, one of the largest Brazilian wind farm manufacturers, with the goal of implementing new wind farms through global industrial partnerships.
Wildasin earned degrees in performing arts and broadcast journalism/communications from the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast Journalism at Arizona State University. She began her entrepreneurial career by founding Market Trax International, a foreign film licensing and distribution company.
Joy DiBenedetto is Founder, Chair and CEO for HUM: Human Unlimited Media, a mobile news agency that produces and distributes news from 117 countries and territories missing from the international information supply.
An award-winning 20-year news veteran, she has covered every major global event in successively senior positions, from the studio and in the field; domestically and internationally; as a producer and manager. DiBenedetto spent more than a decade with CNN in various positions leading up the global vice president of network booking and research for the CNN News Group.
She is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College with a bachelor’s degree in speech pathology/audiology.