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Our Board

Chris Cline

Founder

SHARE Foundation

Chris Cline was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma in April of 1981. Chris’s parents are Jerry and Patsy Cline and have been married for 47 years as of 2022. Chris has 2 brothers, one older brother, Matt Cline, and one Marc Cline. Marc and Chris are identical twins. After moving to Katy, Texas at 4 years old, the Clines moved to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma in 1989. Chris graduated from Broken Arrow High School in 2000 and received a scholarship to wrestle at UCO.

In 2004 he started his first job in the construction industry working in a warehouse at a local lighting company called Lighting Concepts. Chris worked his way through many different operational jobs on his way to becoming a construction industry salesperson for a variety of different companies over the next 7 years and started his entrepreneurial endeavors in February of 2011. From 2011 until today Chris has started and still owns and operates the following businesses, centered, and geared around residential and light commercial real estate construction and development in the OKC metro area: Cline Construction (2011), Handmade Homes (2014), NewCon Flooring (2016), JDC Development (2018), ABC Title (2020), and multiple other LLCs focused on the same areas as above.

Chris has been married to the Love of his Life, Kelli Cline, since December of 2015. They are blessed to have been raising their daughter, Josslyn Grace Cline, since May of 2018. The family of 3 currently resides in Edmond, Oklahoma where they enjoy spending time together doing outdoor activities and growing in their faith and relationship with each other and Christ. The Clines are currently working on starting a 501(c)(3), called the SHARE Foundation and look forward to its first year of philanthropic growth in 2022.

Jeff Ewing

Chief Development Officer

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Jeff Ewing assumed the role of Chief Development Officer of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in July 2018.  In his current position, he oversees all fundraising, donor development, major events, membership programs, and community partnerships for this nationally recognized institution of Western heritage and culture.  

After graduating from Missouri Baptist University in 1999, Ewing has worked on a variety of sports, community, and entertainment projects across the United States and Canada.

Prior to his current position, Ewing served as the President of Prodigal and the Oklahoma Energy FC. He came to Oklahoma during a lengthy career with Bruno Event Team based in Birmingham, AL. While with Bruno Event Team, he served in various roles including vice president of the golf and motorsports divisions.

In April 2012, he received the inaugural Outstanding Young Alumni Award from Missouri Baptist University and was also named to the 2015 class of the Achievers Under 40 presented by the Journal Record.

Ewing enjoys working and being involved in community efforts. He is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City Class 34 and Leadership Oklahoma Class 33. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City, the Latino Community Development Agency, and the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame. He has participated in events with First Tee of Oklahoma City, Peaceful Family Solutions, Fields and Futures, and Special Olympics Oklahoma.  An avid golfer, he also enjoys fishing, snow skiing and traveling.

Adam Aguilar

Realtor

West Real Estate at Metro First Realty

Adam Aguilar is originally from San Jose, CA, but has called OKC his home since his father’s work brought his family to the great state of Oklahoma when he was around 8 years old. He went to high school at Putnam City North and spent his college years at St Gregory’s College in Shawnee, OK as well as the University of Oklahoma.

Adam became am oil and gas land services professional in 2005 and started his own business, DeltaCore Energy, with his brothers Albert and Alex in 2012. The brothers moved on to careers other industries in 2020, and Adam became a Realtor in Oklahoma City at that time. After only his first year in Real Estate, he was names as one of OKC’s Top 500 Real Producers.

Adam has also been a professional musician since the age of 18. Releasing albums with his brother Albert in their band Sub Roza, as well as forming the band 2AM in 2005. Adam continues his music career under his own name “Adam Aguilar” as well as in the locally popular cover band “The Weekend AllStars.” He has shared the stage with such names as Styx, REO Speedwagon, Ted Nugent, Creedence Clearwater, Raul Malo (of the Mavericks), The Texas Tornados, and Ian Moore, among others. He also appeared in the made for PBS special The Texas Music Extravaganza and Austin City Limits.

Adam has a passion for his community and a desire to serve that community. He has served on the board of the Harn Homestead, as well as planning committees for St Jude Hospital and the annual Harn Homestead Social Event, which raises money devoted to children’s education of Oklahoma History, as well as for the preservation of the local landmark. At this point, Adam begins his journey as a board member for the S.H.A.R.E Foundation and is thrilled to be able to be in a position of housing those in need.

Adam is married to Jenni Aguilar and has two children. Aidan (19) and Arianna (9).

Kim Leard

CFO multiple entities

Kim Leard

City:  Edmond

Education:

  • Undergraduate degree from University of Central Oklahoma- Bachelor’s in Accounting
  • Graduate degree from Texas A&M-Commerce – Master’s in Business Administration

Current Vocation:  CFO multiple entities

Why you are passionate about SHARE?  Allows me to be a part of helping others in multiple ways.