501 (c) (3);   509 (a) (1);  and  170 (b) (1) (A)(ii),  Public Benefit Educational and Charitable Foundation.

In the beginning, during the 70s, Ralph Mehrkens, at that time  Chairman of The Board of Santa Clara County Supervisors (CA),  and Ed.
Carranza, owner at that time, of American Business College, were just two of a large group of influential individuals lending enthusiastic
support to the foundation's programs. All members of the Foundation's management have always assumed positions on volunteer basis.

Officers National and International

Marie (Nicky) Rolfe:          President (CEO) / Executive Director                               
Garry C. Duncan:               Executive Vice President                                                                        
Robert E. McMillan :          Chief Financial Officer: CPA; MBA; CFE; BSBA                                   
Harold D. Blethen:             Secretary
                                   / Acting Secretary                                                                                        
Francis N. McMillan:         Vice President                                                                                              
Michael Howard Price:     Properties  Over-Site                   

National /  International Board of Directors                                                  
Marie (Nicky) Rolfe                  Chair                                                                                                        
arry C. Duncan                       Director                
Robert M. McMillan                  Director / CPA                                                                                                               
Robert E. McMillan.
Mr. McMillan is a Certified Financial Examiner. He has nearly
Examiner. He performed as a Federal Examiner in Charge  
dealing with Insurance Companies and numerous other
multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 Companies; McMillan has
in-depth knowledge of operations of both public and private
companies and the methods of the Securities and Exchange
Commission. He graduated from the University of Central
Florid majoring in quantitative economics; McMillan did post
graduate studies at University of West Florida with his Major
Thesis in oil & Gas.       ( CFE, CPA, MBA, BSBA)
Garry C. Duncan.
Duncan is a graduate of the University of California at Los
Angeles, plus he has steadily attended many post graduate
studies over the years in such as Law & Finance; Market
Trends & Perspectives; Management and Accounting. He holds
both a personal real estate brokers license and a Caldwell
Banker broker license. Duncan is a certified general real estate
appraiser. Duncan has extensive experience performing
in-depth feasibility studies on companies and projects; 30 years
in finance, development of bond programs; extensive experience
with environmental protection agencies and is an Expert
Witness for Superior Courts in California. Duncan's clients
have numbered in the  hundreds, including: governmental
agencies, cities, counties, state and federal agencies. His
dealings include major U.S. and international banks. In years
past has was a top executive of both Graham Energy and   
Wolfstone Corporation, both oil and gas companies. Duncan's  
extensive experience includes dealing with the Securities and
Exchange Commission and was a partner managing principal of
Duncan, Duncan  & Associates for 30 years.
Dennis J, O'Leary.
Mr. O'Leary, currently retired, was for many years a sought
after consulting environmental expert and systems design
engineer for the water and pollution control industries and
international business in the U.S., Australia, Italy, China,
Korea and Pakistan. From 1955 to 1990 Mr. O'Leary as founder,
owned and controlled Shamrock Engineering Corp., a consulting
firm which also manufactured environmental equipment.
manufactured: 10 different systems to treat industrial
wastewater and toxic exhaust systems; skid mounted
purification systems for third world countries including China to
treat polluted river water where over 400 million people live in
small to medium sized villages; and 2 systems being used
successfully in the nuclear power industry. As a 49% partner
with the Samsonite (Luggage) Company established
manufacturing plants in various parts of the world to produce
such as scrubbers to counteract air pollution and many other
items. He is a graduate of the University of Santa Clara Santa
Clara California with degrees in the engineering fields  plus
many years of post graduate studies.  O'Leary has volunteered
time to Icon's management when needed for many years.
Harold D. Blethen: Foundation Secretary and Director of
Mr. Blethen served Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) in
California in mid-management positions including positions
responsible for purchasing for multi- departments for nearly 30
years. He owns Lindave Business Services, and is Director for
Visionscope, a program of Icon, providing educational
information by means of seminars by qualified
Ophthalmologists and others. Seminars are presented primarily
for those with impaired vision the subject matter being
accomplishments of current scientific research with an hour of
medical questions by attendees and answers by the officiating
professional. Mr. Blethen is legally blind and assists the vision
impaired in obtaining electronic vision enhancement devices
through the Foundation. He is a long time member of the non
profit Lions Clubs, a charitable, public service organization.
Blethen has been retired from PG&E for about 25 years and
donates many hours per month to Icon's programs
Michael Howard Price: Foundation Properties Oversite
Price has served as an officer in private companies periodically
over 25+ years, He acquired extensive internal business
operations experience functioning as  business management
management and  headed the technology dept for the Executives
Group, and  the U.S Journal. From education and first hand
experience over past years, Price has acquired extensive
background in structural engineering and fluid dynamic
engineering, He has participated in building oil refineries,  off
shore oil derrick platforms, wineries and other structures. He
performed over-site on important properties owned by several
consultants in the Executives Group and became a professional
photographer on a pert time basis. He currently contributes
many hours per month for Icon.  
Nicholette R. Rolfe-Vaughn.  
Vaughn was a Senior Commercial Lines Field Underwriter  for
over 15 years. She was responsible for among the largest
Transamerica, CAN and Atlantic Mutual. She managed up to
120 agency plants with approximately 1,000 agents.  Vaughn
also owned a water company, and dealt extensively with state  /
government utilities commissions, environmental control and
health departments until she sold the company.  She changed
Vaughn was a Senior Commercial Lines Field Underwriter  for
career directions, became a photographer and an editor for the
over 15 years. She was responsible for among the largest U.S.
Journal, plus collaborating on articles, interviews and book
accounts of  companies including, Fireman's Fund, accounts of  
companies including, Fireman's Fund, Transamerica, CAN and
Atlantic Mutual. She managed up to 120 agency plants with
approximately 1,000 agents.  Vaughn also owned a water
company, and dealt extensively with state  / government utilities
commissions, environmental control and health departments
until she sold the company.  She changed career directions,
became a photographer and an editor for the U.S. Journal, plus
collaborating on articles, interviews and book reviews published
in the Journal. She held strong preferences for articles relevant
to abused and homeless children and animal cruelty. She
attended University of Nevada but quit prior to obtaining her
Legal Counsel  not reflected here
Marie N. (Nicky) Rolfe.  
Retired from business since 2007. Founder of several business
consulting organizations including The Executives Group,
assisting private and public corporations. In past years, Rolfe
has founded several companies and served as an officer and  
director of both private and public corporations, including
serving as President and Chairman of two Texas oil companies
as well as the Phoenix Summus Corporation which was sold to a
Canadian Group in 1996. She has had extensive hands on
experience with methods of the Security and Exchange
Commission relative to her involvement with public
corporations. She has many years of in-depth business and
finance experience. Educated in the US and Europe with a
Laurea Musica Classica Degree from University of Balogna.
Rolfe with her father Howard Nelson Rolfe formed Icon
International Foundation in 1971
International Capital Projects

Paul DeCouto:  Advisory Chair
Lorna DeCouto: Member
Committee for Foreign Project     
Tim Fahey

Resume to be inserted soon
Visionscope Institute

Vision Educational Programs;
Free Medical Lectures

Director H. D. Blethen        
Executive Advisory Board for the Rolfe-Duncan College High School


FOR "ICON" and

Francis N. (Mac) McMillan: V. P. and director
Francis N. (Mac) McMillan is a retired General Engineer with a
complex history involving primarily NASA, and General Electric
along with  several other entities. He served in the positions of
Program Manager and Director, supervising about 85 members
of personnel, including: Division Chief, Branch Chief,
Laboratory Supervisor, Project leader, advanced preliminary
designer of, an Air to-Air Missile renamed as Advanced Medium
Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM). ARAAM is a source of
American superiority. McMillan Wrote Comparative Flight Plan
Analysis for the First Apollo Rendezvous Mission, a blue print
for landing on the moon which was recognized for a nomination
for the Nobel Prize in Physics. He served as Technical Director
(a generic term ) for approximately 100 science and engineering
personnel. McMillan wrote winning proposal for the first
satellite with a life expectancy based on state-of-the –art
microelectronics. At one point in his early history he was a state
chemist for food, drugs and crime. Mr. McMillan was a World
War II Naval Officer. He also published discoveries which
provided the background for three Nobel Prizes in Chemistry.