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B. Wayne Hughes

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B. Wayne Hughes Jr. is a Southern California native, with entrepreneurship in his DNA. Graduating from University of Southern California with a Bachelor in Performing Arts, B. Wayne Hughes, Jr. had versatile talent. He was creatively inclined, but also had a knack for the family business. Following in his father’s, B. Wayne Hughes’, footsteps, Hughes Jr. inherited the Public Storage business. From 1985 to 1998 Hughes Jr. served as the Vice President of the company, and still serves on the Board of Directors present-day. In addition to his work with Public Storage, Hughes Jr. craved his own start-ups.

Inspired by a thriving market, B. Wayne dove into the commercial property industry. Founding American Commercial Equities, LLC, Hughes served as the Executive Vice President. The company engages in the acquisition and management of commercial properties in California and Hawaii. In addition to entrepreneurship, philanthropy and ministry also appeal to Hughes Jr.

B. Wayne directed his attention to Oak Christian Middle School in Thousand Oaks California, in 2000. Serving on the school’s Board of Directors for nine years allowed Wayne to contribute and help support successful spiritual development in the school. He takes these ministry duties to his new project, Serving California Foundation, in 2013. The non-profit is founded with the intention of assisting people affected by crime and imprisonment. Californians have a service to turn to, which can assist in transforming their lives with the help of Christian values. Aside from supporting Californians through Serving California Foundation, Hughes Jr. has also given extensive support for Proposition 47—The Californians for Safe Schools Neighborhoods Act.

Companies and Investments

Public Storage (Vice President, Board of Directors), American Commercial Equities (Founder, Executive Vice President)

Lessons Learned

When conducting yourself in life and business, doing so with good, wholesome values will help guide you. By conducting myself as a Christian entrepreneur, I am not only able to prosper with the successful business of Public Storage, Serving California Foundation, and more, but I am also able to fully commit myself. When you are fully committed to your work, you put your best effort forward. These greatest efforts of yours are what set you apart from a good entrepreneur and a great entrepreneur. Working as a Christian businessman has allowed me to fight for what is truly important, like the lives of victims, children, and those in need. I am able to fight for movements like Proposition 47, with the affectivity of a cunning entrepreneur and the compassion of your local clergyman.

Inspiring Quotes

Hard work has made it easy. That’s my secret. That’s why I win.

Nadia Coman

Authorities have control. Leaders have legacies.

Simon Sinek

You give but little when you give your possession. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.

Kahlil Gibran

Find a place inside where theres joy and the joy will burn out the pain.

Joseph Campbell

Americans should not go abroad to slay dragons that they do not understand in the name of spreading democracy.

John Quincy Adams

My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.

Thomas Jefferson

Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.

Matthew 23:40

B. Wayne Hughes's Quotes

You can’t outgive God.

B. Wayne Hughes

If you have any heart for ministry, prison is where people are being compressed, either into diamonds or dust.

B. Wayne Hughes

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