Rollie Stephenson, Chairman of the Board

Rollie founded what is now known as Faith Technologies in 1972. He has built a legacy of quality, efficiency, and safety while garnering much recognition for his entrepreneurial success, business acumen, and exceptional industry knowledge.

Chairman of the Board
Employee Since 1972

Rollie founded what is now known as Faith Technologies in 1972. He has built a legacy of quality, efficiency, and safety while garnering much recognition for his entrepreneurial success, business acumen, and exceptional industry knowledge.

After dedicating his career to establishing one of the top 20 largest electrical and technology systems contractors in the U.S., Rollie transitioned from CEO to Chairman of the Board in October 2013. As Chairman of the Board, he manages and provides leadership to the Board of Directors and independent advice and counsel to the CEO. Rollie also leads meetings of the Board of Directors, ensures board members receive accurate, timely and clear information, in particular about the company’s performance, and acts as a liaison between the Board and management of the company, through the CEO.

Community & Industry Involvement

  • Well Cities Fox Cities, 2010 – Present
  • University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Foundation Board Member, 2009 – Present
  • University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Business Advisory Board Member, 2007 – Present
  • Fox Valley Technical College Foundation, Board Member, 2007 – Present
  • CHAT Community, Team Member, 2007 – Present
  • Community Foundation of the Fox Valley Region, Inc., Board of Directors, 2005 – Present
  • Junior Achievement, Senior Advisory Board, 2002 – Present
  • World Presidents Organization, 1996 – Present
  • University of Wisconsin Family Practice Residency, Advisory Board, 1993 – Present

Personal Achievements

  • University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 2014 Distinguished Honorary Alumnus of the Year
  • Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, 2009 and 2011 Finalist
  • Associated Builders & Contractor’s “High Standards”
  • Builder’s Edge Award
  • Chamber of Commerce “Business Person of the Year”
  • University of Wisconsin Construction Club “Lifetime Achievement Award”

Mike Jansen, CEO/President

Mike began his career with Faith Technologies in 1984 as an electrical apprentice. During his tenure with the company, he has served in positions of increasing responsibility and strategic influence, including project manager, executive vice president, president, and most recently, CEO.

CEO/President
Employee since 1984

Mike began his career with Faith Technologies in 1984 as an electrical apprentice. During his tenure with the company, he has served in positions of increasing responsibility and strategic influence, including project manager, executive vice president, president, and most recently, CEO/President.

As Faith Technologies’ CEO/President, Mike is responsible for providing strategic leadership by working with the Board of Directors and Executive Vice Presidents to establish long-range goals and strategies aligning with future national growth opportunities. He oversees all levels of corporate management, establishes corporate objectives, ensures profitability growth, fulfills corporate commitment, implements efficiencies, and mentors fellow executives and managers.

Mike serves as an arbiter of Faith values, models the values, educates others about the values, and continually explains how the values tie into the way the enterprise functions. Mike acts as a role model and the champion of change for the company.

Community & Industry Involvement

  • Lenexa Building Code Board of Appeals, 2009 – Present
  • FMI, Peer Group Member, 2007 – Present
  • Johnson County, Contractor Licensing Review Board Member, 2005 – Present
  • Vistage Member, 2004 – Present
  • Select Electrical Group, Peer Group Member, 2003 – Present
  • Faith Technologies’ Board of Directors, 2002 – Present
  • Associated Builders and Contractor’s Board of Directors, Kansas City Chapter, 2002 – Present

Tom Clark, Executive Vice President - Preconstruction

Tom began his career with Faith Technologies in 2008 as the director of marketing, and later transitioned to the executive vice president of preconstruction. With nearly 20 years of industry experience, Tom leads the company’s marketing, business development and preconstruction services efforts, with a specific focus on proactively developing Faith Technologies’ engineering and preconstruction activities to continually provide increased value to their client base.

Executive Vice President – Preconstruction
Employee since 2008

Tom began his career with Faith Technologies in 2008 as the director of marketing, and later transitioned to the executive vice president of preconstruction. With nearly 20 years of industry experience, Tom leads the company’s marketing, business development and preconstruction services efforts, with a specific focus on proactively developing Faith Technologies’ engineering and preconstruction activities to continually provide increased value to their client base.

Tom holds an Associate of Science degree in Marketing from Fox Valley Technical College, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from Lakeland College.

Bob Dakovich, Group President - Integrated Projects Group

Bob began his career with Faith Technologies in 2009, and served as a branch manager, vice president, and executive vice president before assuming his current roles as group president of the integrated projects group.

Executive Group President – Integrated Project Delivery
Employee since 2009

Bob began his career with Faith Technologies in 2009, and served as a branch manager, vice president, and executive vice president before assuming his current roles as group president of the integrated projects group.

As the Group President of the Integrated Projects Group, Bob is responsible for developing and executing the strategic and tactical operational plans for Faith Technologies. Bob strives to achieve efficient and profitable objectives while assuring there is a strong management team in place capable of effectively growing and managing the business.

Bob is active in the daily management of the company and is responsible for all aspects of strategic management and business development efforts for the Integrated Projects vertical markets.

Bob holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering from Iowa State University, and is also a graduate of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Executive Program from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

David Jahner, Group President - Critical Technologies

David began his career with Faith Technologies in 1992 as an electrical apprentice, and later assumed roles as a specialty systems technician, associate project manager, project manager, group manager. During his tenure with the company, he has served in positions of increasing responsibility and strategic influence including the roles of general manager for Faith Technologies’ service group, vice president, executive vice president, and most recently group president of critical technologies.

Group President – Critical Technologies
Employee since 1992

David began his career with Faith Technologies in 1992 as an electrical apprentice, and later assumed roles as a specialty systems technician, associate project manager, project manager, group manager. During his tenure with the company, he has served in positions of increasing responsibility and strategic influence including the roles of general manager for Faith Technologies’ service group, vice president, executive vice president, and most recently group president of critical technologies.

As the Group President of the Critical Technologies Group, David is responsible for developing and executing the strategic and tactical operational plans for Faith Technologies. David strives to achieve efficient and profitable objectives while assuring there is a strong management team in place capable of effectively growing and managing the business.

David is active in the daily management of the company and is responsible for all aspects of strategic management and business development efforts for the Critical Technologies vertical markets.

David completed the Electronics Engineering Technology program at University of Wisconsin – Madison, and also studied construction courses at Clemson University.

Community & Industry Involvement

  • Johnson County Contractor Licensing Review Board Member, 2009-Present

Scott Romenesko, Group President - Industrial

Scott began his career with Faith Technologies in 2014 as the director of strategic growth, and later assumed the role of group president of industrial. As group president, Scott is responsible for executive management and oversight of all operations for the industrial group, which includes construction, automation integration, process controls and strategic accounts, as well as the elite services group. In this role, he provides strategic leadership to develop and implement strategic planning for growth in targeted markets by identifying and generating new business while establishing and maintaining customer relationships.

Group President – Critical Technologies
Employee since 2014

Scott began his career with Faith Technologies in 2014 as the director of strategic growth, and later assumed the role of group president of industrial.

As the Group President of the Industrial Group, Scott is responsible for developing and executing the strategic and tactical operational plans for Faith Technologies. Scott strives to achieve efficient and profitable objectives while assuring there is a strong management team in place capable of effectively growing and managing the business.

Scott is active in the daily management of the company and is responsible for all aspects of strategic management and business development efforts for the Industrial vertical markets.

Scott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology, with an emphasis in Plant Engineering from University of Wisconsin – Stout.

George Van Der Linden, Group President - General Building

George began his career with Faith Technologies in 1987 as an electrical apprentice. He earned his journeyman license in 1991, and went on to become a project manager five years later. George has held several leadership roles with Faith Technologies, including branch manager, vice president of business development, vice president of operations, executive vice president, and most recently, group president of general building.

Group President – General Building
Employee since 1987

George began his career with Faith Technologies in 1987 as an electrical apprentice. He earned his journeyman license in 1991, and went on to become a project manager five years later. George has held several leadership roles with Faith Technologies, including branch manager, vice president of business development, vice president of operations, executive vice president, and most recently, group president of general building.

As the Group President of the General Building Group, George is responsible for developing and executing the strategic and tactical operational plans for Faith Technologies. George strives to achieve efficient and profitable objectives while assuring there is a strong management team in place capable of effectively growing and managing the business.

George is active in the daily management of the company and is responsible for all aspects of strategic management and business development efforts for the General Building vertical markets.

Community & Industry Involvement

  • TEC 12 Group Member, 2009-Present
  • Muscular Dystrophy Lock-up, Volunteer, 2007-Present
  • Peer Advisory Group Member, 2007-Present

Rocky Rowlett, Vice President of Safety

Rocky began his career with Faith Technologies in 2014, and manages and oversees the company's safety program to create a culture of safety for all employees. With more than 15 years of hands-on safety leadership experience, he plans, develops and coordinates safe practices and processes of personnel, materials, equipment and environments, and establishes processes and procedures that are in compliance with local, state and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

Vice President of Safety
Employee Since 2014

Rocky began his career with Faith Technologies in 2014, and manages and oversees the company’s safety program to create a culture of safety for all employees. With more than 15 years of hands-on safety leadership experience, he plans, develops and coordinates safe practices and processes of personnel, materials, equipment and environments, and establishes processes and procedures that are in compliance with local, state and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

Rocky holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Safety from the University of Central Oklahoma, and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Hygiene from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He is also a Safety Trained Supervisor and Construction Safety and Health Technician through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.

Community & Industry Involvement

  • American Society of Safety Engineers, 2005 – Present
  • Association of General Contractors, Chair of Performance Committee Member, 2008 – Present