The Nathaniel Foundation has many projects that we underwrite and support locally as well as internationally.
As co-founders of the Nathaniel Foundation, the Sarvadis philanthropic contributions support numerous charities in the U.S. and abroad. All proceeds from Just a Little Girl will fund the Nathaniel Foundation.
First Century Genesis was created to bring the time of Jesus to light. It is our desire to introduce you to our first century Messiah as we explore the Hebraic roots of our faith provided by the gospel of Salvation.
March of Remembrance Dallas is a local chapter of a Christian organization that started in Tübingen, Germany. We come together to remember the victims of the Holocaust, stand against anti-Semitism and hate, and reconcile with the Jewish community during the month of Yom HaShoa (Holocaust Remembrance Day) and Kristallnacht.
Paul J. Sarvadi serves as Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Mr. Sarvadi co-founded Insperity in 1986 and served as Vice President and Treasurer of Insperity from its inception in 1986 through April 1987, as Vice President from April 1987 through 1989 and as President and Chief Executive Officer from 1989 to August 2003. Prior to founding Insperity, Mr. Sarvadi started and operated several small businesses. Mr. Sarvadi has served as President of NAPEO and was a member of its Board of Directors for five years. Mr. Sarvadi was selected as the 2001 National Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® for service industries. In 2004, he received the Conn Family Distinguished New Venture Leader Award from Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. In 2007, he was inducted into the Texas Business Hall of Fame.
Dr. Victoria Sarvadi received her Th.M. and Th.D. in 2005 from the former Center for the Study of Biblical Research in Glendora, California, accredited by the State of California, now under the auspices of the Hebraic Christian Global Community. She has been a certified minister since 2000, and a frequent contributor to Restore! Magazine, a publication of the HCGC. She has been a speaker for conferences, congregations, women’s ministry groups, Bible studies, and at the Vision for Israel Sukkot Conferences in Jerusalem, Israel. She is also the Executive Director for the March of Remembrance Dallas.
Biography. Michael C. Riddle began his practice of law as a gift and estate tax attorney for the Internal Revenue Service. He graduated from the University of Houston Law School in 1972 and in 1991 became Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Estate Planning and Probate.
John Paul Barkley is the Chief Operations Officer for the Nathaniel Center, a Performing Arts Facility that has been a major project for the Nathaniel Foundation. He has been involved in ministry support for over 20 years and currently serves as the Executive Director for the Nathaniel Foundation since 2008. As an entrepreneur and graduate of the University of Houston with a BA in Business and Marketing, John Paul is married to Kristen Sarvadi Barkley and has 4 children.
Dr. Bron Barkley is an ordained minister and has been in ministry for over 50 years. He received his BA and Masters from Lamar University and his TH.d from Hebraic Christian College in Atlanta GA. He is a retired senior pastor and currently a staff minister for the Nathaniel Fellowship in McKinney, TX. He is the author of the book, Designed Life, that is now being made into a college course at Hebraic Christian College. He is married to Darlene Barkley and has 2 sons and 4 grandchildren.
Mr. Rawson, who is a Class III director, joined the Board of Directors in 1989. From August 2003 until his retirement as an executive officer of the Company in May 2018, he served as the company’s president. Before being elected president, he served as the company’s executive vice president of administration, chief financial officer and treasurer of the company from February 1997 until August 2003 and as senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of the company from 1989 until February 1997. Prior to joining the company in 1989, Mr. Rawson served as a senior financial officer and controller for several companies in the manufacturing and seismic data processing industries. He has served the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (“NAPEO”) as president, first vice president, second vice president and treasurer, as well as chairman of the Accounting Practices Committee. Mr. Rawson has a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from the University of Houston, currently serves as a member of the board for the C.T. Bauer College of Business, and received a Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary) in December 2020.
Cynthia Heaton holds a BA in Business from Southern Methodist University and is an ordained minister in the Hebraic Christian Global Community, Atlanta GA. She is also a gifted Bible teacher and speaker. Cynthia and her husband David founded Cornerstone, a group residential home for young adults with special needs She and her husband live in Frisco, TX and have 3 children.
Dawn lives in the Woodlands, TX, serves on numerous boards and is an avid philanthropist. She is married to Richard Rawson and has two married daughters. Dawn loves to travel with Richard who is now retired.