An accomplished technology professional, Sean Delph serves as sales director for Delcom Group, LC, a comprehensive technology integration firm located in Lewisville, Texas. Aside from technology, Sean Delph has an interest in food and farming, and he recently started raising Texas longhorns.
The Texas longhorn breed of cattle was originally brought to North America by Spanish explorers. Currently bred for their meat and beautiful horns, and for their ability to maintain pastures, the breed is hardy and intelligent, which has allowed it to continue to thrive over the years.
Longhorns forage on almost anything, making them an economical choice for breeders. They can keep a pasture in control with their grazing, and they also produce a lean, low-fat, and low-cholesterol meat similar to deer and elk.
The horns of the Texas longhorn grow rapidly, often reaching a tip-to-tip length of 30 inches in the first year. The longest tip-to-tip length on record measures 109 inches. The horns may be sold for decoration, but they also deter predators — another reason for the longevity of the breed.
Leveraging a career in technology and sales since 2002, Sean Delph serves as senior account manager and director of sales of Delcom Group, a technology integration firm based in Lewisville, Texas. Outside of his professional pursuits, Sean Delph volunteers with various organizations, including the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center.
Launched in 1991, the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) works to bring about justice for children who have experienced abuse. The nonprofit also provides therapy and support programs for victims, seeks prosecution in abuse cases, and leads education programs for the public.
Recently, the organization received funds from the Tedesco Agency, a nonprofit that leads campaigns to raise money for various causes.
The money raised will go towards the purchase of school uniforms for the youngest clients of DCAC. The goal for the fundraiser was $500. Through these efforts, participants will be given a chance to further share the mission and work of DCAC while giving young children who’ve experienced much turmoil in their lives a chance to have quality clothing for school.
As sales director of Delcom Group, LP, in Lewisville, Texas, Sean Delph oversees a team of skilled sales reps and personally generates 40 percent of the company’s sales revenue. Outside of work, Sean Delph dedicates his time and resources to several organizations, including the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County.
Each year, the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County holds a variety of events in an effort to raise the funds needed to continue assisting children who have been affected by abuse and/or neglect. The organization recently held its 2016 Gala and is now looking ahead to several end-of-summer events, including its 12th annual Healing Hearts Invitational.
Tickets and sponsorship packages are currently available for the Healing Hearts Invitational, which will take place September 19, 2016, at the Gentle Creek Country Club in Prosper, Texas. Participants and sponsors will enjoy a fun day of golf while supporting the important work of the Children’s Advocacy Center. Individual player registration is $500 and sponsorship packages range from $5,000 to $10,000. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.caccollincounty.org.
Sean Delph has earned the top company sales ranking for 10 consecutive years in his role as director of sales with Delcom Group, LP, in Lewisville, Texas. Outside of his professional pursuits, Sean Delph participates in a wide range of outdoor activities, such as bass fishing.
Bass fishing has been a favored pastime of many Texans for half a century. With numerous lakes and reservoirs, Texas features several popular spots that bass fishers flock to each year. When looking for prime bass-fishing locations, anglers should consider the following:
A historic reservoir, Caddo Lake straddles the border of Texas and Louisiana. With average depths of approximately 10 feet, this is an excellent spot for those looking to fish in shallow water. Here, anglers can not only find largemouth and yellow bass but also a steady supply of chain pickerel.
Remotely located near Del Rio, this clear-water reservoir spans nearly 65,000 surface acres across Mexico and Texas. Throughout the years, Lake Amistad’s large bass have drawn prominent fishing competitions, such as the 2007 Bassmaster Elite Series.
Choke Canyon Reservoir
This reservoir covers more than 25,000 acres of water originating from the Frio River watershed. With depths of over 95 feet, Choke Canyon features an ample supply of largemouth and white bass. If looking for a smaller catch, anglers can also fish for bluegill and crappie at this location.
As the sales director for Delcom Group, in Lewisville, Texas, Sean Delph has been at the top of the company’s sales rank for 10 consecutive years. His sales bring in more than 40 percent of the company’s total revenue, and he is Hewlett Packard’s top education dealer in Texas. Active in the effort to educate and support children, Sean Delph also donates to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County.
Located in Plano, Texas, the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County (CACCC) provides a safe harbor for children who have experienced abuse. With a full staff of therapists, caseworkers, nurses, and volunteers, the center works with the office of the District Attorney to provide families with resources essential to their physical and emotional recovery.
In addition to providing relief for countless families and offering children a secure environment in which to begin the healing process, the CACCC serves as a training center for professionals seeking careers in the field of child abuse prevention and intervention. The CACCC is also a source of justice for the abused; from 2010 to 2011, the CACCC achieved a conviction rate of 96 percent for child abuse offenders.