Brian is responsible for the day to day operations of the organizations (as well as raising the founders). Brian has spent his entire professional life building and managing businesses as a founder, partner and executive. His love of philanthropy started with volunteeringat the Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley in his 20’s where he eventually joined the board of directors and helped with the capital campaign to build a new facility. Building the Tower of Niceness is now a chance to combine his business experience with his true passion of helping others.
Randy Peters has been in the food industry for over 43 years. He has owned 4 restaurants in Northern California, and has focused the last 10+ years on building the premier catering & event service company in the Sacramento Region. Randy has received numerous awards from the cities in which he as worked in for his effortless contribution to the communities. Such as Rocklin’s Business Person of the Year in 1994 and 1998, as well as Business Person of the Year Award and the Caterer of the Year for Citrus Heights in 2007 through 2014.
Cindy Pratt is the proud mother of six, business owner, and a graduate of Brigham Young University. Cindy has been involved in community music for many years – teaching music at a local elementary school, directing choirs at church, and running her own music studio. Cindy has been working with children and youth most of her life, and she felt drawn to the mission of Tower of Niceness – to help kids – and all of us – look outside ourselves and see where we can do good in the world.
Chris Airola is the Founder & CEO of CGA Propery Management, a leading property management company in the Greater Sacramento Region. Chris serves as Chairman of the Government Affairs Committee for the Rental Housing Association of Sacramento Valley and been appointed to the California Apartment Association’s Political Action Committee. Chris’ passion and 30+ years of experience in real estate and property management has been the key to CGA’s success and it is now also being used to improve the community.