Joel Coffman – Executive Director
Joel Coffman is the executive director at RecognizeGood. He received a degree in Journalism and Advertising from the University of North Texas in 2008 and has grown with RecognizeGood and its for-profit partner the TyRex Technology Family since 2013. Joel’s passionate about strengthening the Central Texas community through GOOD and his favorite part of the job is finding opportunities to connect those selfless servants he meets with each other and extend the “circle of good.”
Rachel Langham is the assistant director at RecognizeGood. She received a degree in Communications and Advertising from the University of Houston in 2017 and has grown with RecognizeGood and its for-profit partner the TyRex Technology Family since 2019. Rachel is passionate about finding GOOD in the community to put on your timeline and her favorite part of the job is getting to meet and thank the selfless individuals who spend so much time helping others and then sharing their stories with the world.
George Mihalcik – Program Director
George Mihalcik (muh-HALL-chick) was the very first RecognizeGood program director and has been part of our organization since 2010. He is the founder of Skyhawk Information Strategies, which provides professional strategic planning capabilities using George’s 40 plus years of planning expertise. George retired from the US Air Force in 2003 after serving 25 years as an information technology and communications officer and holds a BS in Education, a MA in Administration, Management Information Systems, and a Top Secret Security clearance. He is active in his church community and officiates high school football and soccer.
Scholley Bubenik – Program Director
Scholley Bubenik (SHAW-lee BOO-buh-nick) is the principal / owner of Premier HR Solutions, an HR consulting and recruiting company in Austin. She serves with RecognizeGood as the Director of the Ethics in Business program. Scholley has a Master’s Degree from the University of Texas in HR Leadership and over 25 years of senior management experience. An enthusiastic networker who enjoys connecting businesses to the community, she’s authored two books – Strategies For Managing the People Side of Your Business and People Power.
Bob Lewis is the principal of LTC, Lewis Training and Consulting. Bob has more than 25 years of experience in leadership and management coaching and training, public education, human resources and leadership and management training. He has worked extensively to help corporations and organizations develop talent management processes, including behavioral interviewing, change management, coaching and counseling employees, setting up mentoring programs, building leadership assessment tools, identifying and developing strengths (based on strengths-based research) developing and implementing leadership programs and certifications, employee retention and exit strategies, and many other areas related to employee and leadership development. He has developed and delivered these training workshops to state and federal government, national and local corporations and educational entities throughout the United States and the United Kingdom.
Bobby Jenkins – Chairman (President, ABC Home & Commercial Services)
John Bosch, Jr. – Vice Chairman (Principal and Partner, TyRex Group, Ltd.)
Andrew Cooper – Secretary (President, TyRex Group, Ltd.)
Earl Maxwell – Board Member (Community Leader)
Scholley Bubenik – Board Member (President, Premier HR Solutions)
Joel Coffman – Board Member (Executive Director, RecognizeGood)
John Bosch, Jr. – President
Reina Wiatt – Treasurer
Keith Smith – Asst. Treasurer
Champions Circle Executive Committee
Jim Hoover (IDM Partners)
Harold Ingersoll (Atchley & Associates, LLP)
JP Krueger (Five Stone Tax Advisers)
Sara Pantin (Asset Strategies Group, LLC)
Traci Rodriguez (Community Impact Newspaper)
Michael Whorton (Whorton Insurance)
Adrienne Salazar (Embree Group)
Ed Trevis (Corvalent Corporation)
Justin McCarty (Leadership Austin)
Carrie Hurt (Better Business Bureau)
Jerry Chapman (Rotary District 5870)
Beth Krueger (Austin Gives)