The current president of Beneficient Holdings, LP, Scott Olson earlier served as a Dallas, TX attorney with firms such as Greenberg Taurig and Larson King LLP. Involved with several philanthropic endeavors, Scott Olson contributes to H.I.S. BridgeBuilders.

Since 1995, H.I.S. BridgeBuilders has functioned as a ministry that improves urban communities. Based in six cities in the United States, including Dallas, TX, this entity has also established branches in Romania and Kenya. It develops programs that improve the economic and spiritual health of individuals, as well as providing them with education and healthcare services.

In acknowledgment of H.I.S. BridgeBuilders' achievements, the organization was honored with The Alliance for Healthcare Excellence's (TAHE) Healthcare Education Hero of the Year Award in November 2013. TAHE raises awareness about organizations that increase people's opportunities to receive decent healthcare. H.I.S. BridgeBuilders and its president and co-founder, Mike Fechner, received the accolade because of initiatives that educate the public about their rights within the medical field. H.I.S. BridgeBuilders was particularly recognized for its eye clinic, which treats 6,000 patients annually.
 





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