Our team is comprised of genuinely gifted minds
Dallas began his career with a large Fortune 500 company in 2011, quickly working his way up to a senior management by the age of 29. Dallas contributes his success to his investment in people. There, Dallas found it rewarding to mentor and challenge his team members to reach their full potential, which helped them to advance their careers and ultimately led to a better life for them and their families. In 2016, Dallas partnered with Jim Boys to form Boys and Collins Financial Group a Retirement and Investment Planning firm in Martinsville, IN.
“I feel so blessed I get to do what I love every day,” Dallas says, “helping individuals, families and business owners pursue their financial goals so they can live out their hopes and dreams is an amazing job.”
He graduated with a Theology degree from Indiana Bible College and a Business Administration degree from Indiana University.
Dallas has two daughters, Kate, and Nora, who are the joy of his life. Away from the office, Dallas enjoys spending time with his family and extended family. Dallas has a passion for giving back and volunteers at his church, serves on the Board of Directors for Stability First, a non-profit organization established to address multiple issues associated with the alleviation of poverty, Dallas also serves on the board for Women Inspiring Women Martinsville, a non-profit organization that promotes women in business and encourages a positive community, and serves on the board for the League of Miracles.
Terrell is an Associate Attorney at Foley Peden & Wisco, P.A. of Martinsville, IN. She began her career there as of May 2019, after graduating from IUPUI Robert H. McKinney School of Law in December of 2018. Terrell's desire was to work close to home with a firm who gives back to the community, and FPW was an obvious fit. She is thrilled to be a part of their teamTerrell has expressed that she "feels blessed to have this opportunity to serve on the Board, and I am hopeful that my involvement will help impact the lives of those in my community and surrounding areas."
Mr. Powell is a dedicated volunteer serving on multiple boards including: Johnson County Board of Zoning Appeals, Gateway Services, Greenwood Village South, United Way of Johnson County, Concord Neighborhood Center, and Columbia Club FoundationPrior achievements have been the 2015 Indiana Association of Cities and Towns Nelson Steele Memorial Award “for selfless contributions to municipal officials of Indiana”, 2015 Association of Indiana Counties Associate Member of the Year Award, 2016 Ernie Mishler “Distinguished Service Award: to community by Greenwood Rotary.
Reneae Staley is the Director of Special Services with the MSD of Martinsville. She has been in public education for the past 25 years as a teacher and administrator. Mrs. Staley is a lifelong resident of Morgan County with a passion for helping others and giving back to her community. Her career in education has given her the opportunity to serve children and families in different capacities. As a member of the board of directors for the League of Miracles, she is excited to connect with families and encourage and support their unique talents.
Dave is CEO of Barbara B. Jordan YMCA and excited to help League of Miracles extend the benefits of physical activity to more people in central Indiana. During a summer job while in college, he was able to work in a youth summer baseball program and enjoys the opportunity to continue to teach and help kids learn about baseball. Dave represents Mooresville Kiwanis, the group that build the field for the League.
Trent Pennington has dedicated his career to the world of sport. In October 2018, Trent joined the Lakeland Magic (Orlando Magic G-League Affiliate) as a Basketball Operations Associate and currently serves as the team's Basketball Operations Coordinator. In his role, he is heavily involved in the team's scouting efforts and daily team logistics/operations. Originally from Salem, IN, Trent graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington in the summer of 2017 with a degree in Law and Public Policy. While pursuing his Undergraduate Degree, he interned, and eventually joined staff, for DistinXion, A Zeller Family Program, a non-profit youth sports program that primarily operates basketball camps. He served in the roles of Operations Manager and Director of Baseball. Upon graduation, Trent continued his education by pursuing a Master’s Degree in Sport Management/Athletic Administration from IU. He also worked for the IU School of Public Health Office of Career Services, interned for an Indianapolis-based sports agency, and volunteered as the Leadership Development Coach for DistinXion’s AAU Basketball Program. In the summer of 2018, Trent completed his Master’s Degree and also served as the Basketball Operations intern for the Indiana Pacers. Trent is married to his wonderful wife, Courtney, and they reside in Orlando, FL.
Rebecca Sinders and her husband Tony have been married for 26 years. During this time their household has been home to any number of stray pets. Presently, they have two adored and unruly dogs named Rocky and Trouble. More importantly, their home is the place where their extended family gathers to spend time together. Rebecca spends many of her days working and volunteering, however, nothing is more important to her than being with family. Throughout the many years of being a businesswoman, Rebecca has had to fill a lot of different roles; yet, no roles have ever been more important to her than those of: Daughter, Niece, Sister, Aunt and Wife.
Rebecca has been the Chief Financial Officer for Stenz Corporation since 1984. She has controlled the Indianapolis based construction and development company’s finances for the past 36 years. Although the business has been blessed with many significant opportunities, she is most proud of the fact that she works for a company that quietly gives back to the community in countless measures and with a specific mission for helping the homeless of Indianapolis.
Rebecca is a Licensed Real Estate Broker and a member of many associations. Her love for the outdoors and flowers led her to join the Indiana Daffodil Society and the Indiana Daylily-Iris Society. Her creative side prodded her to become a participant in the Plein Air Painters Association.
Rebecca has always had a place in her heart for the special need citizens of Indiana – especially children and the elderly. That is why she focuses her efforts helping organizations such as: League of Miracles, Ronald McDonald House, Gathering Together and Damar Services. She recently became a Board Member of the League of Miracles and she feels grateful to be part of a team that helps enable children and young adults to live a more joyful life. The League of Miracles kids have taught her much about the game of baseball along with being brave, loyal and compassionate. And, not only does she get to spend time with these incredible kids, but she also gets to spend time with her family, who also help at the games, including: her niece, nephew, husband and her beloved Mom and Dad.