We are helping orphaned Children in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand through a network of missionaries, churches, and relatives offering food, shelter, clothing, housing, education, and an understanding of the gospel.
Sophann Im’s Bio
Sophann Im, Vice President, Research & Development, Hope for Komar Foundation, Inc.
Sophann made his first trip outside of Cambodia at age 19. He earned a scholarship to study pharmacy at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. He earned a B.S. in Pharmacy from the University of New Mexico, a M.S. in Pharmacy from Ohio State University, and a Doctorate in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the University of Montpellier, Montpellier, France.
Sophann has served as a pharmaceutical chemist in Cambodia for 4 years, and in the US for 29 years. Sophann has been embarking on his second career as a real estate entrepreneur, honing on commercial properties.
On Easter Day 1979, Sophann invited Jesus Christ to be his Savior and Lord. He is grateful to the Lord for His providential care that led his first son to become a pastor, and his second son to be a church deacon. Sophann’s ambition is to be a great ambassador of Jesus Christ. He dedicates his life to serve the Lord by giving a helping hand to the orphans, other underprivileged persons and Christian missionaries in Southeast Asia, and to his 6 grand-daughters.
Timothy Sok's Bio
Timothy Sok, Vice President of Communicatios & Public Relations, Hope for Komar Foundation, Inc.
I am the fifth from a family of seven siblings: three brothers and four sisters. I was born in 1965 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
I have two daughters: Tina and Veronica, and son Adam. When I left Cambodia in 1987, and before I became a believer, I heard the good news, good testimonies about God and great witnesses of the believers during the time of three years in the refugee camp, Thailand. I didn’t know that seeds had been planted in my heart.
Through years in the Saint Petersburg and Jacksonville Florida, the living water started pouring into my heart by friends, believers; seeds were starting to grow until now, and two important persons that put the most time and are responsible to see me grow are no other than my two pastors: Pastor Kevin Kane of Saint Petersburg Florida and Pastor Sithon Noun of Jacksonville also in Florida.
Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted in them. (Psalm 107:5)
J. Travis Wilkinson's Bio
J. Travis Wilkinson, PB, QS is Vice President & Comptroller of The Hope for Komar Foundation, Inc and also serves as CEO and the founder of Wilkinson Business Solutions, Inc., Founder & CEO of Day Spas of Florida, Inc., CEO of SpeedWorld HP, Inc., Owner of Wilkinson RE Holdings, LLC, and CFO of The Bandera Stagecoach Co., Inc. Previously Wilkinson served as a Corporate Consultant, Accountant, Financial Analyst, and Manager for companies such as FIS, GE Aviation, Mellita USA, Aegon/Transamerica, Hav-a-Tampa, HealthPlan Services, and Disney. In more than 20 years serving in these capacities Wilkinson has saved Corporate America over $100 million through an array of innovative cost saving measures. Wilkinson also serves as Deacon, Treasurer, and Corporate President at Norwood Baptist Church in St. Petersburg, FL. Prior to joining Corporate America, Wilkinson served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a Combat Engineer. Wilkinson holds a bachelor's degree in Finance from the Warrington College of Business Administration, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL..