WHO WE ARE
We are committed to Reducing Veteran Homelessness!
At E3 IVXP, we understand. Founded by Brian Minzey, a veteran of both the Army and Navy, Brian and his team know that to assist America's veterans takes desire, compassion, and determination.
E3 IVXP is firmly committed to becoming Arizona's leading Veteran support organization by implementing world-class care and career planning for our veterans.
We believe our veterans fought and placed their lives on the line for all of us, and now, we should provide our best to ease their transition to civilian life.
Veterans do not need a handout but assistance, guidance, and support.
Equally important, the people within E3 IVXP believe that our veterans' health and success in civilian life should equal their success in defending this nation!
The core of our efforts is a strong faith in Christ. Through Him, brings our hope, faith, and love for all to see.
We combine the strength, courage, and integrity of each veteran with a sense of urgency to integrate these qualities into the civilian workforce successfully.
Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of our veterans. â€‹
Through all endeavors, we will display the conviction of our beliefs.
Our dedicated team of experienced professionals are always on the ball, utilizing their unique skills and passion to move the work of our non-profit organization forward. We’re always pushing ourselves to stay ahead of the curve and striving to perfect our programs. Meet some of our incredible leaders below.
With 25+ years of marketing experience as a Creative Director, Kim has achieved amazing results for businesses large and small. Her passion is being able to create a vision for others when they can not see how their businesses can reach their maximum potential. She loves anything that is creative and challenges her abilities. Photography, event planning and interior decorating are just a few of the outlets she works on when not marketing for others. Her family is her pride and joy which includes 9 grandchildren. Adventure will keep her busy in her spare time.
Jabbazz Manning is a veteran of the U.S. Army. Eradicating veteran homelessness has become his passion and mission. He currently works for Amazon as a Data Analyst. He also operates several online businesses. He is married and the father of 3. He brings a personal perspective from is own transition that left him homeless at one point in his life. Jabbazz is humble and shares his story as an inspiration to the veteran community.
Neil Montgomery joined the Scottsdale Bible Church staff in August of 2013. He currently serves as the Associate to their Senior Pastor, Campus Pastor for their Worship Center and the Pastor over Congregational Care. Previously, Neil has served as lead Pastor at New Heart Community Church in McKinleyville, CA for ten years. He is married to his college sweetheart, Karen whom he met while attending Moody Bible Institute in downtown Chicago. Neil has pastored churches in Wisconsin and Canada and now calls Scottsdale his home. He has a passion to “come alongside” people as they move through the journey of their lives…which can get quite messy at times. (John 16:33)
Gordon Parkman is the President of Achieve Results Consulting (ARC) that he founded April 2009. After spending 40 years in the corporate world, Gordon decided to focus his attention on his passion, helping small to mid-size business owners understand and implement the key elements every successful business needs to have in place.
Chairman of the Board
After being retired from the military in 2012, Brian wanted to continue his service to the community. It breaks his heart to see fellow veterans struggle, so he founded E3 IVXP to join the fight against veteran homelessness. Brian believes in the Spirit of Christ and sharing it with others. He knows in his heart that if we all work together, we can end veteran homelessness! May God bless us all.
With us since our founding, Alexander Gorzelany is driven by the thought that no one fighting for our country should have to fight to survive when that person comes home. He brings a younger perspective, and will use his knowledge of business to make sure everything is running efficiently and effectively.