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FEATURES 14 Rising Up Butterfly Magic Supports Students

16 Walking the Talk Financial Pro Reveals Secret to Success

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GIVING BACK ARTICLE ALISON PERKS

Transforming “PASSING IT FORWARD” BY DOING GOOD DEEDS IN EXCHANGE FOR MENTOR/TUTORING SESSIONS THROUGH THE EMILY SHANE FOUNDATION, LOCAL YOUTH GAIN EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS WHILE PRESERVING THE MEMORY OF MALIBU TEEN EMILY SHANE,

Lives: EMILY SHANE FOUNDATION BUTTERFLY MAGIC FUNDRAISER CELEBRATES SUCCESS

WHO WAS TRAGICALLY STRUCK BY A CAR AND KILLED IN APRIL 2010. Created by her mother, Ellen Shane, the Emily Shane Foundation aims to give back to the community by helping underserved children receive needed educational assistance. “The only cost for every child is that they have to do one good deed for every session, in the hopes that (these) young people become more socially conscious,” says Ellen, whose daughter Emily struggled with academic challenges, including dyslexia. Many students like Emily fall into a “gray area” where they need extra help but do not qualify for special education, explains Ellen. Thus, the mission of the foundation’s Successful Educational Achievement Program is to provide resources to disadvantaged struggling/failing middle school students who cannot afford tutoring and do not qualify for special education. Partnering with schools to identify kids who need assistance, the organization hires and trains college students and recent graduates for a year-long one-on-one mentorship with a student, helping them develop organizational and study skills so they can succeed in school and in life, explains Ellen.

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“A mentor takes the time to get to know them to see their circumstances; you can't do that unless you're working one-on-one to foster a relationship with them,” says Ellen. “Then they can figure out the best way they can reach this student, and hopefully bring them on the right course, to give them more opportunities in life so they finish school.” What began with only a few kids has grown into a program serving hundreds of students at 12 sites throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

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This month’s upcoming Butterfly Magic Fundraiser, November 3, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Pepperdine University’s Alumni Park, benefits the Emily Shane Foundation’s SEA Program. The free fundraising event is open to the community and includes a silent auction, food trucks, musicians,

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children’s activity area, mentor tribute table and a butterfly release. Butterflies were special and significant to Emily, and they represent transformation, explains Ellen. “This program transforms a child who is struggling in school to help them become successful in school and in life. These kids may have never had someone who is positive or that says, ‘I believe in you’,” says Ellen. The Emily Shane Foundation puts the money directly into the program to sustain mentor/tutors, area coordinators, program managers and staff. “The work is very rewarding for the mentors and it really does immensely help these children. We all need someone who’s there to help motivate us!” says Ellen. 

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SHARES SECRET TO SUCCESS

ARTICLE ALICIA DOYLE

DISCIPLINE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE—THE MOTTO

THE CREDO

AT RUNYAN CAPITAL ADVISORS—WAS INSPIRED

To understand the magnitude of his company’s

BY THE COMPANY’S CHIEF EXECUTIVE MANAGER

motto, one must first understand the tremendous feat

WHEN HE WAS A TEENAGER COMPETING IN A TRI-

of competing in a triathlon, a grueling physical task that

ATHLON AND BOUGHT A T-SHIRT EMBLAZONED

involves swimming, cycling and running back-to-back.

WITH THE INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGE.

The nature of this sport requires persistence, endurance

“I kept the shirt for more than 20 years,” recalls Jeff

and stamina—and above all, discipline of the body and

Runyan, who lives in Malibu with his wife, Jenni, and two

mind. Jeff started competing in triathlons at age 14, and

sons, 11-year-old Remington and 9-year-old London.

his other physical accomplishments include hiking Mount

Jeff kept the shirt for so long, the writing faded away,

Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.

and although he was unable to find another one with the

“You don’t have to be the fastest,” Jeff says. “The will,

same words, he never forgot the meaning of the message

the power, the determination are characteristics that serve

and how it affects everyday life on all levels.

you well. And they’re absolutely essential when it comes

With that belief in mind, he adopted the credo for his office in Beverly Hills that’s known for its leading team that provides wealth management and retirement planning advice to clients looking to build wealth and maximize their portfolios for the future.

to business, and especially wealth management.” Discipline Makes the Difference translates across the board of success, he emphasizes. “It’s not a silo where that steadfastness only happens in off-hours. It runs throughout the day. So when we’re work-

Over the years, Runyan Capital Advisors has

ing, the same characteristics come into play with the way

built a respectable reputation throughout Southern

we treat wealth management. It’s about being persistent

California—including Beverly Hills and Malibu—as

and consistent and focused on a goal.”

well as outside the state in Idaho, Texas, Florida and

In comparison to finishing a triathlon or climbing a

Missouri. Loyal clients include prominent professionals,

mountain, “keep your eyes locked on it—don’t get dis-

business owners and high net-worth families, as well

tracted—to make sure that goal is achieved.”

as those who have been referred to Runyan Capital Advisors that the team has never met in person.

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INSPIRATION BEHIND VOCATION

“We welcome new households or businesses that seek

Jeff was born and raised in a small town in Missouri and

out guidance… and make sure we have great chemistry

comes from a background where his parents inspired his

with every client,” Jeff says. “We want to like them a lot,

current vocation. His mom managed the credit union for

and we want them to like us a lot.”

State Farm Insurance, and his dad worked with large-scale

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insurance companies minimizing their risk exposure—two components that “lend themselves perfectly” to wealth management. “Our goal is simply to improve every client’s portfolio—creating financial peace of mind,” Jeff says. Growing up in a town of only 100,000 people, his foundation of values was instilled early on and play a huge part in what makes Runyan Capital Advisors successful. One of the biggest aspects of his “value set” that applies to all business is based on a simple but powerful principle: “mean what you say, and say what you mean.” “It’s about reliability and integrity—when it comes to managing people’s money, these characteristics are critical,” Jeff emphasizes. LOVE OF MALIBU As a Malibu resident, Jeff especially loves the small-town feel of his community, which reminds him of the place he grew up. He used to live in Beverly Hills, where it was less common to know the neighbors. “Malibu feels like the town where I was born and raised—it’s very neighborly,” he says. When he’s not working, Jeff enjoys spending time with his family, helping out with activities at the Sycamore School, and watching his sons play in Malibu Little League and AYSO soccer games. “We love the community we’re involved in,” says Jeff, who also enjoys attending business roundtable discussions with other leaders in the Malibu community. A recent example signifying the sense of community in Malibu occurred when he competed in the inaugural Half Ironman in Malibu, which involved a 1.2-mile ocean swim, 56-mile bike ride and 13.1-mile run. During the bike ride, “I got a flat tire at mile 40, which led to a 42-minute delay for tech to repair,” Jeff recalled. During the wait—when he was 16 miles away from the bike finish line—two other competitors, and two people not participating in the race, stopped to offer help. “It changed my perspective for the rest of the race—it was a pivotal moment and very refreshing—and something like that would have happened in Missouri,” Jeff remembers. “Even with that delay, it’s my favorite race to date.” Jeff could have quit the competition before the race ended, but he had his children in mind. “The reason I didn’t quit is because I have two kids,” says Jeff, who would have finished in seventh place if it weren’t for the tire mishap. “There was more value in showing them that you will run into obstacles. It’s important to keep going. You have to finish.” The flat tire experience is like a metaphor for life—as well as business. To learn more about Runyan Capital Advisors, located

“The parallel is, you’re always going to run into an obstacle—a

at 9301 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 510, in Beverly Hills, call Jeff

metaphorical flat tire—and you learn to fix it, overcome it and

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ARTICLE KATERI WOZNY

REMEMBERING BORDERLINE, HILL & WOOLSEY WILDFIRES A YEAR LATER

NOVEMBER MARKS THE ONE-YEAR ANNIVER-

and information from agencies participating in the

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recovery process. As of May, $65.2 million was raised

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during the 2018 California wildfires.

ANNIVERSARY OF THE HILL AND WOOLSEY WILDFIRES (NOV. 8).

Tony Briggs, CEO for ARCVC, said shelters were set up within a two-hour period. The shelters consisted

During the difficult time, many organizations and

of cots, computer equipment, blankets, water and

individuals throughout Los Angeles and Ventura

snacks. About 100 volunteers from around California

counties stepped up to help those with basic necessi-

assisted and care kits containing toiletry items and a

ties, information or even just someone to talk to.

change of clothes were distributed.

As a way to continue future disaster relief efforts, five

“It’s items to get them through the day and where

nonprofits in Ventura County—American Red Cross,

they can say, I can at least feel human right now,” says

FOOD Share, Habitat for Humanity, Interface Children

Briggs. “We try to have everything for a safe place for

and Family Services and United Way—received a

people to come to in a disaster.”

total of $75,000 in funds through the Sherwood Cares

Briggs says case management work and recovery

Foundation (SCF), an organization that serves children

planning is still being performed, which can last from

and families by supporting programs that address

one month to a year depending on the person’s needs.

educational, medical, nutritional and safety needs. The

Counseling is also offered.

funds were in partnership with the Professional Golf

“We have trained counselors until the client feels

Association’s Invesco QQQ Championship, held annu-

they don’t need our services,” says Briggs. “We are

ally at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks.

with the client for as long as they need us.”

“When tragedy struck our community last fall,

During the Borderline shooting, Briggs says finan-

these five local nonprofits went into action to help

cial support was provided to those who were injured

provide relief, food, shelter and assistance to those

or lost a loved one. Reunification services were also

most affected,” says George Carney, president of

provided at the Thousand Oaks Teen Center with the

SCF. “We are proud of all the charities we have sup-

help of 25 volunteers.

ported over the years and how they stand ready to support those in need in our community.” Local communities are grateful and appreciative to the following organizations.

“We are here to alleviate human suffering and do that by the power of volunteers and generosity of our donors,” says Briggs. “We are always training, standing by and ready to help when asked.” Briggs says ARCVC will use the funds from SCF to

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train people in client services, replenish bottled water and snacks, and provide fuel in Emergency Response Vehicles, which carry shovels, garbage bags, respirator

When the Hill and Woolsey fires broke out, the

masks, gloves, sifters, cleaning supplies and bottled water

American Red Cross of Ventura County (ARCVC)

to distribute to people who have returned to their homes.

immediately stepped into action. Four Red Cross shelters were positioned at Palisades Charter High School, California Lutheran

“The funds will help people in need at the time that we need it,” says Briggs. “We are looking every other night working to help a family who has suffered a house fire.”

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will continue waiving that fee for as long as possible

FOOD Share pantries were full and ready to feed

to help with additional families who are coming to our

those who had lost their homes during the Hill and

pantries for assistance, long after the fire has passed.”

Woolsey fires. FOOD Share CEO Monica White says the 190 nonprofits FOOD Share works with have a pantry that

For more information or to donate to FOOD Share of Ventura County, visit FoodShare.com.

carries 70% of shelf-stabled foods, including pasta, peanut butter and canned fruits and vegetables while the remaining 30% is fresh produce, including pineapples, bananas, berries, tomatoes, celery, dairy and deli products from local retailers and farms.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF VENTURA COUNTY Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County (HFHVC)

“It’s humbling in itself to have someone come

was locked and loaded with tools for rebuilding,

and ask for help,” says White. “They do not require

repairing and restoring neighborhoods destroyed by

proof of tax forms or anything. We just ask for name,

wildfires. The assistance is free of charge and avail-

address and how many people in their family so that

able on a first-come, first-served basis.

we know how much food we can provide them. We distribute the food at no cost.” White says between the Thomas Fire in 2017 and

“Some homes are underinsured and families can’t get their homes rebuilt,” says Darcy Taylor, CEO of HFHVC. “Habitat helps supplement that gap with resources.”

the Hill and Woolsey fires, 2 million additional pounds

About 40 to 60 volunteers will help rebuild

of food went through the pantries. For the Hill and

homes destroyed by the Hill and Woolsey fires,

Woolsey fires, the retail value was $34 million, equiva-

which could take years to complete. Although

lent to 13.2 million pounds of food.

there is currently not an accurate rebuild number

“It was a large amount of food being distributed going to those families affected by the fires,” says White. In 2018, the nonprofit had 2,500 volunteers that donated 29,000 hours packing food boxes, sorting food and driving trucks. “They are amazing, we couldn’t do what we do without our volunteers,” says White. White says the funds received from SCF will

from those fires, Taylor says two homes are currently being rebuilt in Ojai and Santa Paula that were destroyed during the Thomas Fire. Donations for those two homes totaled $100,000. Taylor says homes are rebuilt with fire-retardant materials, such as clay or tiled roofing, along with different technologies. HFHVC also supplies the home with a microwave, refrigerator and washer and dryer.

help buy additional food that doesn’t grow locally,

“The landscape is changing on how to build houses

including rice, beans, pears and potatoes. Every $1

much safer,” says Taylor. “We always get better at

is equivalent to $5 of food.

building safer homes as technology changes.”

“Rice and beans are some of the most popular

Taylor says the funds received from SCF will be

food items at all of the pantries,” says White. “One

used for home furnishing vouchers valued at $50

thing great about partnerships with Feeding America

or more for low-income households affected by

is having incredible buying power.”

the fires. HFHVC currently has stores in Oxnard

For future disaster relief, White says FOOD Share

and Simi Valley.

received a grant from the Albertsons Company

“It gives individuals an opportunity to refurnish the

Foundation during the Thomas Fire, which was

homes (they are having rebuilt) or to use the vouch-

used to waive shared maintenance fees that are

ers in other ways, such as to rent,” says Taylor.

valued at 19 cents per pound. “In the past we collected a shared maintenance fee from the pantries,” says White. “We have waived it and

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INTERFACE CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES

With the Hill and Woolsey fires, ICFS engaged with 128 people who called in and represented 250

Interface Children and Family Services’ (ICFS)

adults and 50 children affected by providing infor-

staff of 45 were ready to provide mental trauma

mation, including how to apply with the Federal

support and engagement after the Borderline

Emergency Management Agency.

shooting and Hill and Woolsey fires through 2-1-1, a comprehensive information and referral service for Ventura County. It is currently the only 2-1-1 system in the state of California.

“We are dedicated to long-term support recovery,” says Sternad. In conjunction with the Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD), ICFS is also currently

According to the 211Ventura.org website, the ser-

developing a first of its kind community information

vice connects more than 30,000 Ventura County

exchange system to use during a disaster and for

callers and texters each year with information about

future recovery efforts.

health and human services available to them. The ser-

“It’s exciting to see Ventura County providing best

vice is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in 150

in class solutions for disaster coordination and bring

languages through phone interpretation services and

in other parts of the state,” says Sternad.

text messaging. Individuals can also dial or text 2-1-1 with their zip code to receive a live two-way texting conversation with a professional who can help. ICFS also uses 2-1-1 to send out disaster information via text messaging to larger groups of people.

Funds received from SCF will support staff that handle 2-1-1 phone calls and text messages. “This will help with direct support for victims and also help with development of these coordination systems,” says Sternad. “When there’s a disaster,

“We have been using text response for a couple

there’s no lack of enthusiasm from the community

years and it’s so much more efficient because we can

to want to help, but the problem is it’s not coordi-

push information out to large groups of people many

nated. That’s why these kinds of planning systems

times to serve them more quickly,” says Erik Sternad,

are very critical so that we’re even better prepared

executive director for ICFS.

for the next disaster.”

The 2-1-1 website also provides resources to more than 3,000 visitors each month and during times of

For more information or to donate to Interface Children and

disaster, provides incident-specific information in

Family Services, visit ICFS.org.

coordination with local emergency services, including road closures, evacuation orders and shelters both locally and nationwide.

UNITED WAY OF VENTURA COUNTY

“We have the single largest database for food,

When the Thomas, Hill and Woolsey fires occurred,

shelters, counsel and legal services,” says Sternad.

the United Way of Ventura County (UWVC) helped

“Our staff responds day in and day out when folks

raise more than $5 million from more than 9,000

aren’t sure where to go.”

donors nationwide. The organization also worked with

With the Borderline shooting, ICFS assisted 135

its national office to assist with partnerships, including

clients at the Ventura County District Attorney’s

Airbnb, who provided disaster housing coordination with

Office’s victim assistance center: 25 with completing

its users, and Lyft, who provided ride share services.

documentation forms or financial assistance, 119 with

“To date, we have given financial assistance to

gift cards, three with cell phones and provided Airbnb

over 1,800 households affected by the fires,” says Eric

vouchers for 35 nights and money to purchase food.

Harrison, president and CEO of UWVC.

“With Borderline, some of the trauma and mental

Funds received from SCF will help with the UWVC’s

health support work is more intensive now than it was at

Community Impact Fund for low-income individuals and

the beginning because there’s a long recovery that could

families through the organization’s programs focusing

last months, years or even decades,” says Sternad.

on health, education and financial stability. If needed,

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UWVC also uses disaster response volunteers through its

since 2017. UWVC is currently working on a landlord

Volunteer Ventura County website. The organization also

assistance program by partnering with local cities to

works with VOAD for disaster coordination.

provide vouchers for homeless individuals and pairing

“When a disaster hits, we call volunteers to assist

them with landlords.

wherever they’re needed,” says Harrison. “With the

“As a result, we are taking a leadership role on home-

Thomas Fire, volunteers weren’t needed by the county,

lessness because rental assistance was the number one

but if there’s a flood, there is a need for sandbagging.”

category that people needed,” says Harrison.

UWVC also works closely with ICFS with 2-1-1 by

UWVC has also supported HFHVC with funding

providing assistance for the support line. Wildfire vic-

from the disaster fund while the ARCVC helped iden-

tims’ data collected by ICFS is given to UWVC to pro-

tify the number of houses and victims impacted by

vide future financial assistance.

the fire. The UWVC’s long-term recovery group then

“One of the challenges we had with Woolsey is

examines who has been impacted by the fires.

once a person’s home is destroyed, they move,” says

“With Woolsey, we were a lot more prepared as a

Harrison. “If we want to give them financial assistance,

community because we had just experienced the

we can’t send a check to their former address, so

Thomas Fire,” says Harrison. “We took lessons learned

Interface helps with outreach by providing us phone

and nonprofits responded in a really coordinated way.”

numbers and addresses.” Harrison says the wildfires have also caused homelessness to increase in Ventura County by 28%

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