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Kingdom Venture Partners, L.P.

Management

Kingdom Ventures The General Partner

The general partner of the Partnership is Kingdom Venture Capital,
LLC ( the "General Partner"), a Texas limited liability corporation.
The General Partner has responsibility for all investment decisions
made by the Partnership. The Principals are Dr. Bruce Cook and
Rob Moss, who serve as officers of the General Partner and direct
the investments of the Partnership. The Principals share similar
values and investment philosophies, and complementary
skill sets, abilities, experiences, educational backgrounds, and
networks.

The Investment Manager

Kingdom Venture Management, LLC, a Texas limited liability corporation (the "Investment Manager"), will provide management services, including investigating, structuring and negotiating potential investments, monitoring the performance of Portfolio Companies and Investment Vehicles and advising the Partnership as to disposition opportunities.

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Lakebay Office
Dr. Bruce Cook

Dr. Bruce Cook Bruce Cook, Ph.D., has significant experience and expertise in business consulting, fundraising, private equity investments, alternative asset portfolio allocation, business development, marketing, corporate communications, research and higher education, and is considered a leading authority on fundraising, private equity and philanthropy. He is Managing General Partner of Kingdom Venture Partners, which he co-founded in January 2006, and also serves as the President of VentureAdvisers, Inc, which he founded in January 2000. During the last six years he has provided assistance to a number of private equity partnerships and private companies in Texas, California, New York, Oregon, Utah and the Southwest.

During 1999 Dr. Cook was Vice President of Venture Services for eCom Holdings Network, Inc., a business incubator/accelerator consulting firm serving the emerging technology industry in Texas. Prior to that he served as Director of Corporate Relations for Intelitrak Technologies, Inc., an Austin-based high-tech company providing network and Internet security solutions using biometric voice verification technology. Previously he was Research Coordinator for the University of Texas Investment Management Company (UTIMCO), with $16B in assets under management, where he was a member of the Private Markets team responsible for alternative asset investments averaging $500M per year. Earlier in his career he was a university administrator for 10 years and a bank manager for five years.

Dr. Cook earned a Ph.D. in 1994 from The University of Texas at Austin, graduating summa cum laude. His doctoral dissertation, entitled Courting Philanthropy: The Role of University Presidents and Chancellors in Fund Raising, provided pioneering data and theoretical models on the role of university presidents and chancellors in fundraising. Dr. Cook has published a number of articles in national trade magazines and scholarly journals and is the co-recipient of the 1998 Grenzebach Award for Outstanding Published Scholarship on Fundraising from the Council on Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) in Washington, D.C. During 1980 he researched and wrote the history of a rural farming community in Arkansas through a grant from the Arkansas Endowment for the Humanities; a subsequent book was published in 1981,The History of McRae, Arkansas. His responsibilities and experiences have included the following: Strategic relationships include: The K4C Group, Oaktree Ventures, Zero2 Companies, His Church at Work, International Christian Chamber of Commerce, International Coalition of Workplace Ministries, International Coalition of Apostles, Christian International Business Network, Marketplace Apostles Roundtable, Business Development Partnership Alliance, Gathering of Angels, hundreds of venture capital and private equity firms, and numerous institutional investors, including family offices, multi-family offices, fund of funds, corporate pension funds, gatekeepers and advisors, city, county and state pension funds, endowments, foundations, union pension funds, police and firemenís pension funds, banks and insurance companies. Cook serves as an elder at Glory House Christian Center in Austin, is ordained in Christian ministry, serves on the Board of His Church at Work (HCAW), and is the convener for Marketplace Apostles Roundtable (MAR) and the City Leader for Austin Gathering of Angels (GOA). He is a 1977 graduate of The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and completed a masters degree in 1980 at Harding University. He and his wife have two grown children and enjoy travel, music, reading, writing, and the outdoors.

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Phoenix Office
Rob Moss

Rob Moss Phoenix resident Robert J. ("Rob") Moss, CCA (Certified Capital Advisor / Certified Charity Advisor), is a General Partner of Kingdom Venture Partners, LP and was a founding principal of the Capital Consortium (www.C2-CapitalConsortium.com), where he completed ten company financings in 2004 totaling $25 million in private funding. He has over sixteen (16) years of sales, marketing and corporate finance experience and has generated several hundred million dollars of commercial financing and funding commitments to clients in a myriad of industries. C2 is a strategic investment banking and financial advisory firm and works directly with the Business Development Partnership Alliance (www.BDPalliance.com) resource network that brings business together and has developed a 'Toolbox of Deployable Assets.'

Founded by Mr. Moss in 1995 as a collective marketing approach, BDP was utilized in-house as the deal flow engine of Stirling Capital Corp. between 1997-2001 and supported the infrastructure of the Arizona Accelerator (2001). It was changed to going into partnership for business development assistance in 2001, after the model was verified and proven successful in supporting the marketing efforts of various groups such as: Angel Legacy (Matching the Right Business with the Right Money), Investors Matrix (Virtual Private Investment Network), NVST (Private Equity Network), vFinance (Find Capital. Invest Capital.), and several regional angel networks, private equity and venture capital firms, investment banks, and institutional groups.

Angel Networks

Angel Legacy matches the right business with the right money by offering a cost-effective and simple way for entrepreneurs to broadly market their company to investors. Angel Legacy also offers numerous practical resources to help entrepreneurs get their companies off the ground. www.AngelLegacy.com offers numerous additional tools of value to the entrepreneur, the trusted advisor and accredited angel investor. Venture Capital Funds

Investors Matrix is a Virtual Private Investment Network developed and designed exclusively for the Domestic and Global Early-Stage Capital Marketplace. The Company specializes in providing strategic guidance and practical assistance to clients whose organizations are in the start-up, emerging and growth stages of development and provides accredited investors with a post-funding investor reporting software. Private Equity Networks

The NVST Private Equity Network® was the largest, earliest and broadest online private capital marketplace, providing research information, deal flow and technology since 1996. Funded by Timberline Ventures, it served the private equity community, including: entrepreneurial ventures, angel and institutional investors, advisors, banking professionals, M &A, business owners, attorneys and CPAs.

Investment Banking

Access capital. Access deal flow. Access success. vFinance is a global financial services firm offering online and premium services to private companies, investors, public companies and institutions. Home of the famous Venture Capital Directory. AngelSearch - get unlimited access to valuable contact info on potential investors, customers and clients.

Angels Forums / Events

Wired Angel Capital was an investor relations company. It developed a unique, national presence in the fragmented investment community. They provide elegant business events and forums throughout the country, an interactive website, and professional services that connect and serve a network of over 25,000 individual and institutional investors, scores of private and small public companies, and professional service providers to help these groups more efficiently and effectively conduct business with each other.

Mr. Moss is currently working with Asia Finance Corp. (www.AFC8.com) in the capacity of EVP - Corporate Development and is responsible for Bus / Corp. Development, Strategic Alliances, Investor Relations and developing additional Funding resources for the international development of Global Trade Centers (www.GTC8.com) re: trade and logistics centers.

Mr. Moss previously held the position of V.P. - Bus. Dev. for Stirling Capital Corp. from 1997-2001, where he established proprietary financial programs for the promotion of a nationwide network that fostered capital and corporate investment banking advisory services. Mr. Moss received Associate degrees in Medical Studies and Business Administration from Iowa State University in 1987, transferring to Eastern Illinois University after serving in the U.S. Army (NCO-E6) Medical Specialist and receiving a B.Sc. in Community Health in 1989. Mr. Moss was the youngest professional ever awarded a membership in International Mergers & Acquisitions, Inc. In 1996, he was inducted into the International Who's Who of Investment Banking and he is also a recent inductee into the Who's Who of Information Technology. Mr. Moss has completed many graduate seminars and workshops for CE and holds certificates in the financial services industry and will complete The Masters Program in December 2005.

Mr. Moss is a founder or board member of the following business resource groups: The CARE Group (Central AZ Resource Exchange), ACG (Assoc. for Corporate Growth), C2A2 - Certified Capital Advisory Assoc., AAIC (AZ Angel Investment Conf.) & the AVCC (AZ Venture Capital Conf.). He has taught MBA students at Thunderbird University, Arizona State University and Grand Canyon University as an adjunct faculty member, sits on many angel network, private equity, venture capital, investment banking panels, and is a frequent advisor to various profit and non-profit boards, such as: AFC8.com, AFTV - American Family TV, AdvocateMD.com, Avimail.com, BarnabasGroup.org, Bible.com, BizAz - Magazine, ConnectArizona, GSMM - Graduate School of Ministry Management, GTC8.com, Kingdom-Commerce.com, New Life Dynamics, NuGlobalTV.com, PacStarDev.com, SoldiersRus.org , TrueNorthMinistries, and SpreadTheWord.com. Mr. Moss, his wife and three children attend East Valley Bible Church in Gilbert, AZ, where they are active members and he is also a Promise Keeper Ambassador.

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