Colonel Vince Cruz USMC (Ret): Leveraging his 27 years of United States Marine Corp experience, Mr. Cruz leads Jericho’s services teams in delivering information architecture analysis, security engineering support and consulting services to the Department of Defense and other federal agencies. He provides oversight and guidance to Jericho consultants, developers and engineers working in a number of key client accounts including the U.S. Army, DISA, OSD/NII, and the intelligence community.
During his extensive Marine Corps career, Colonel Cruz had most recently served as Commanding Officer of the Marine Security Guard program and development manager in creating strategic security programs and recommendations to support Department of State security needs for its 148 U.S. embassies and consulates around the world.
Colonel Cruz earned a Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies from the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
Father Linus Clovis:
Fr. Linus F Clovis is a priest of the Archdiocese of Castries, St. Lucia in the West Indies. He studied for the priesthood at the Angelicum in Rome and was ordained in 1983 by St. Pope John Paul II.
Fr. Clovis is a qualified teacher and holds a doctorate in Mathematics and degrees in Theology, Canon Law and Latin Literature. He has served as dean of the Arts, Science and General Studies Faculty of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College and for seven years was principal of St. Mary’s College, St. Lucia.
He is the archdiocesan spiritual director of the Legion of Mary in St. Lucia, through which he promotes devotion to Our Lady, especially that of the Rosary, the Perpetual Help novena, and the First Friday and FirstSaturday devotions. Additionally, he has led outreaches to the neighbouring islands, and annual pilgrimages to Marian shrines in over fourteen different countries.
He is also the spiritual director of the Population Research Institute and Family Life International and a versatile speaker on pro-life issues, Scripture, Mariology and on Catholic teaching in general. Not only has he many talks and homilies on CD to his credit but he has made literary contributions to newspapers and international magazines and has published a book entitled “A Biblical Search for the Church Christ Founded."
He is currently the Director of the Secretariat for Family and Life in the Archdiocese of Castries, which works towards reestablishing family and family life on solid Christian principles in St. Lucia. In 2003, Fr. Clovis led the resistance to the St Lucia Government’s surreptitious legalization of abortion in his Catholic island and even refused Holy Communion to the head of state for having signed abortion into law.
Fr. Clovis is the eldest of five brothers who are all active in the pro-life apostolate.
John Delmare (Chairman)