Meet Our Speakers – Peter Knobloch!

PeterKnoblochPicBorn in New England to a military family where love of education and learning, and service to country was emphasized, Peter Knobloch soon moved to San Diego where he’s had the privilege to call home for the past 50 years.

Peter Knobloch is an entrepreneur and business owner who has a career spanning banking, investment banking, commercial real estate development, manufacturing, and high-tech businesses within the U.S, and internationally. He served as the CFO for a variety of businesses for the past 15 years focusing on strategic growth and value creation. He has a B.S. in Business Management and Economics, and holds a Masters in Business Administration, with honors, emphasizing Finance and International Business. He has been an Adjunct Professor with the California International Business University and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in finance, world comparative economics, strategy, and leadership.

In addition to actively serving in his local church, he has participated in local, state and national politics focusing on issues involving Constitutional principles of faith, freedom, and family. Additionally, he helped to write a Congressional bill co-authored by then Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich. He is also a regular political and business commentator on a national television talk show airing on One American News Network.

Peter Knobloch teaches an annual 13-week course on the founding principles proclaimed within the Declaration of Independence and embodied in the Constitution based on the “original intent” of our Founding Fathers directly referencing their writings, speeches, and personal letters.

He is married to his high school sweetheart, Sherri Dastrup Knobloch, and they are the grateful parents of six amazing, wonderful children, and 3 grandchildren.

We are excited to have Peter share his workshop “Our Constitutional Republic – Have We Kept it?”  with us at the Back to Basics Forum on February 27th, 2016!

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