John Kaweske developed his interest in helping the community as a member of the Boy Scouts of America, where he achieved the highest possible rank: Eagle Scout. Not every Boy Scout achieves this rank; it is an honor that Mr. Kaweske shares with the likes of astronaut Neil Armstrong, businessman Ross Perot, and film director Steven Spielberg. His experiences with the Boy Scouts culminated in his receiving the Eagle Scout Award, an honor acknowledging those who have distinguished themselves in business and service to their country. Mr. Kaweske also worked for the Boy Scouts of America at Philmont Scount Ranch, in New Mexico as a Ranger, providing younger scouts with an opportunity for personal development in the outdoors. Mr. Kaweske’s dedication to helping people continues to this day as a member of Legatus, an organization devoted to studying, living, and spreading the Christian faith both personally and professionally. However, being a faithful man does not equate to wearing his religion on his sleeve, instead, John Kaweske leads by example, action, and high standards of ethics. His involvement in La Vida Joven, an organization devoted to helping children through faith, shows his dedication to keeping young children on the right path. Mr. Kaweske earned his Bachelor of Arts degree studying psychology, geography, and literature at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. He is presently living in Florida, where he works in Financial Services for Grace Investments. As their Managing Director, John Kaweske manages a portfolio in excess of 200 million dollars, overseeing investments in public companies as well as private companies. For his hard work, John Kaweske was appointed by Governor Jeb Bush to the Florida Development Finance Corporation and was honored with the National Republican of the Year Award in 2001. In his spare time, John Kaweske enjoys reading the works of Wayne Dyer, as well as a wide assortment of outdoor activities, including snow skiing, water skiing, golfing, soccer, hiking, mountain biking, and sailing.