Board of Directors and Staff
That Others May Live Foundation Board of Directors
Lt. Col. Todd Bolger, USAF Retired, is a former Rescue Squadron Commander with over 20 years of expertise in AF Rescue.
Heidi Meisterling is the Director, Airmen & Family Readiness Center at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Prior to her current TOMLF BoD position, Heidi served as the BoD Secretary for 9 years and is currently our Vice-Chairman.
Kathleen Skelly is a Senior Associate for Ernst & Young. Kathleen brings her philanthropic and volunteer experience and enthusiasm to the Board.
Lt. Col. Cedrick “Ced” Stark, USAF Retired, is a former Command Pilot in the HH-60G Pave Hawk and former Deputy Group Commander for the 505th Test and Evaluation Group. He was also Squadron Commander for the 34th Weapons Squadron at Nellis AFB, NV. Ced is currently the Red Flag Rescue Contract Lead for D3 Air and Space Operations.
Lt. Col. Steve “Elroy” Colby, USAF Retired, is a former
HH-60G Command Pilot with over 20 years experience in AF Rescue. Elroy is currently a contract FCF Pilot with GMRE Inc in Valdosta, GA.
Raquel Garcia-Teran serves as Management and Program Analyst, for the Workflow and Publications team for SG Executive Services at Headquarters Air Force, Secretary of the Air Force, Office of the Air Force Surgeon General, and Defense Health Agency.
Col Michael “Mick” Harper, USAF Retired, is a former Command Pilot with extensive experience in Air Force Rescue. Mick is a former USAF Weapons School Commander with over 22 years in the USAF. Mick is currently the Check Airman for Air Methods Corporation.
Audrey Harris recently joined Affiliated Monitors, Inc. as Managing Director, Global Anti-Corruption, Compliance, Ethics & Non-Financial Risk, bringing her experience as a top AmLaw firm partner and head of a global practice, as well as practical know-how from being a Chief Compliance Officer.
Development Committee Chair
Ken Koch is a former USAF Special Agent in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. He now leads KPMG’s Forensic Practice in Washington D.C. and is also the Chair of KPMG’s Veterans Business Resource Group.
Wade Koch, USAF Retired, is a former Helicopter Command Flight Engineer with over 20 years of experience in AF Rescue. Wade currently serves as Vice President, Global Training for Cellebrite.
Financial Committee Chair
Col Dave “Rum” Morgan, USAF Retired, is a former Helicopter Command Pilot with over 27 years of experience in Acquisition and AF Rescue in both the
HH-3E and HH-60G. Currently, Rum is the Director Air Force Business Development for Sikorsky Aircraft Company.
Ben Nicholson is currently the Vice President, Washington Operations for CAE. He serves as the senior executive for CAE’s government relations in Washington, D.C. and is responsible for representing the company with the U.S. Congress, federal agencies, foreign governments, and industry associations. He began his career with the U.S. Coast Guard as a Commissioned Officer, serving as a Deck Watch Officer and Engineer. He currently serves on the board of directors of Georgetown Government Affairs Institute.
CMSgt. Kenneth “KP” Price, USAF Retired, is a former Helicopter Command Flight Engineer and Career Enlisted Aviator Functional Manager with over 20 years experience in AF Rescue. Ken is now the Human Resource Manager for the Office of the Arizona State Treasurer.
Charlene “Shay” Vance, USAF Retired, is a former Rescue First Sergeant and TOMLF Ambassador. Shay also excelled as a Munitions Section Chief and consummate volunteer for our USAF Rescue Community.
Mike Agin is a former USAF Flight Test Engineer with experience on the F-15E, CV-22, C-17, T-1, AC-130U,
C-20H, MH-60K, and HH-60G. Mike is the former owner of Pioneer Technologies Corporation and our Co-Founder. Mike held the position of Chairman of the Board for 14 years and has been the guiding force behind TOMLF since its inception.
Col. Robert Ford, USAF Retired, is a former KC-135 and
C-47 Command Pilot with over 160 combat missions in Vietnam and over 4,400 total flight hours. Bob was also a former Treasurer for TOMLF.