Jim Sutter is a Renaissance Man in every sense of the statement. Growing up in Wyoming and playing tennis at an early age, Jim quickly climbed the ranks of amatuer tennis, ulitimately outgrowing his surroundings and thus ending up in Florida for several years practicing and training at the famed Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy.

After his days at Bollettieri's, Jim earned a tennis scholarship to Big Sky Conference D1 powerhouse, Weber State University. After playing one year at Weber State, Jim transferred to Montana State University where he became a Big Sky Conference Champion in singles and doubles play.

Fast forward to 2019 and various businesses he's owned and operated, Jim has a sincere interest in trying to figure out the homeless population in the USA and why our society doesn't really do anything to curb this issue. Thus Jim has ventured out to Southern California to live amongst the homeless and learn their stories to try and figure out why we have seemingly given up on these people. Jim titles his audio and pictorial documentary, "The America We Forgot" and is fascinating look at the journey that one man is trying understand the real crux of homeless situation.

Jim Sutter has been a guest on 2 episodes.