Board of Directors

Johnathan Baker

Johnathan, from Irving, Texas, graduated from Texas State University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance. He went on to work at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics where he graduated from the Finance Leadership Development Program, a selective program designed to identify and develop top performing Finance employees. During his time at Lockheed Martin, he earned an MBA from the University of Dallas in 2009 and advanced in the Business Ventures organization, where he led several strategic business initiatives involving potential capital investments, new business proposals, as well as acquisition and divestiture activities. Johnathan transitioned into the oil and gas industry in 2012 and currently works for Quicksilver Resources, an oil and gas exploration and production company. He currently leads efforts supporting capital investment analysis, long range business planning, capital restructuring, scenario analysis and asset marketing initiatives. He has been involved with Impossible Possibilities since the early stages in 2007, and he currently supports global missions and sports outreach programs at his local church. Johnathan resides in North Fort Worth with his wife and three children.

Demi Butler

Demi Butler, from Jacksboro, Texas, began working with Impossible Possibilities as a college intern from 2015 through 2018. She joined the Board of Directors in 2019 after graduating from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism. She is currently pursuing her real estate license and works for Emerald Residential Property Management in Colleyville, Texas.

Guillermo Galindo, Chaplain

Guillermo is the Lead Quality and Inventory Control Specialist for Lineage Logistics in Fort Worth. Guillermo has been associated with Impossible Possibilities since 2009, both as a general volunteer and chaplain of the Board of Directors. He lives in Fort Worth with his wife and four boys.

Erick Gordon

Erick Gordon, a 5th generation Texan, was born and raised in Fort Worth. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas Tech University in 2005. Upon graduation, he moved back to Fort Worth to work at Lockheed Martin as a Stress Analyst on the F-35 program. In 2007, he transitioned to Abbott Laboratories Diagnostic Division. At Abbott, Erick has held different roles in R&D, supply chain, manufacturing and operations. Currently, his role involves bringing Abbott’s next generation Immunoassay Diagnostic Instrument to market. Erick has proudly been involved with Impossible Possibilities since the organization’s inception as a race participant in its former 5k Festival, volunteering at events and participating on the Advisory Board. When not traveling for work or leisure, he resides in Dallas.

Katelynn Hernandez

Katelynn works as an Inventory Planning Supervisor at Mary Kay’s Richard R. Rogers Manufacturing and R&D Facility in Lewisville, Texas. She also oversees the summer internship program for her division at Mary Kay. Katelynn graduated from Texas Christian University with a bachelor’s degree in Supply & Value Chain Management in 2013. She also holds the Association for Supply Chain Management’s CPIM designation. During college Katelynn worked at Frito Lay as a Transportation Intern and ran the TCU College Student for a Day mentorship program. She volunteered with Impossible Possibilities in college and has been a part of the Advisory Board since 2017.

Joshua Hernandez

Joshua Hernandez is a Senior Loan Officer with Petra Home Lending. He has 12 years of experience in the residential mortgage industry. As a home loan originator, Joshua provides expertise to clients looking to purchase or refinance. Joshua graduated with honors from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a Bachelor's degree from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (News-Editorial). Joshua is currently in the process of publishing his first fiction novel titled The Search for the Last Imperial.

Justin Hernandez

Justin graduated from Texas State University in San Marcos in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in finance, where he served as Senator of the McCoy School of Business for the Associated Student Government. Justin later earned his Masters of Business Administration from Texas Christian University and currently holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Justin started his career working for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Fort Worth, where he worked in the Business Pursuits organization, leading strategic, operational and financial business cases for the Aeronautics division. Justin transitioned into the oil and gas industry in 2011 and currently works for Chief Oil and Gas in Dallas, where he is the Vice President of Finance.