As CEO of Rams Head Solutions, he oversees the establishment and growth of a UAS services and operations company on the cutting edge of the rapidly expanding market of aerial based data acquisition and management. Rams Head Solutions is at the nexus of the worlds of aviation and data management, and has become a leader in the field, partnering with police, fire, FAA, local governments, and industry to ensure that the disruptive technology of UAS is integrated effectively, safely, and without disruption to current operations.
Among his accomplishments as a Marine aviator, he was selected to fly Marine One, and become a Presidential Helicopter Pilot in support of the President and Vice President of the United States, visiting foreign dignitaries, and select cabinet secretaries.
Upon completion of this tour, he was again hand selected to serve as the US Naval Attaché to Pakistan, where he was an integral part of the team that reestablished working lines of communication after a diplomatic breakdown following the raid to capture/kill Osama bin Laden.
After transitioning from the Marine Corps, he served as the Vice President of Operations for vMocion, as they introduced groundbreaking medical technology into the media and entertainment industry.
Daniel has degrees in History and Political Science from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He frequently speaks to civic and professional organizations on his experiences within the military. He resides in Newport Beach, CA, where he serves on the board of directors at Disabled Veteran Business Alliance, and enjoys assisting recently separated veterans in their transition from military to civilian life.
He has worked closely with various SBDCs and PTACs across the country. He provides expert guidance and advice in the area of Government & Corporate contracting and devotes countless hours towards helping other veteran entrepreneurs. He has developed and presented several business seminars and events ranging from “Gov Contracting 101” to “Responding to an RFP”.
Mr. Marshall has served on the Boards of Director for Theatre Three of Dallas, The Dallas Chamber Orchestra, The West View District, Circle 10 Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Dallas and The West Dallas Community Centers, among others. Leslie is a graduate of the University of New Mexico where he earned degrees in Accounting and Finance. In addition, he is the proud father of six accomplished children which are his pride and joy.
He holds a MBA in international business, an MIS (Management Information Systems) in project management, an AS (Associate of Science) in computer science; is ITIL (Information Technology Information Library) certified; a long standing PMP (Project Management Professional) in good standing, and is a Certified Scrum Master. Jack is the president, CEO, and owner of Fortuna Business Management Consulting, Inc., a California-based service disabled veteran-owned business. The company provides specialized business and information technology optimization services and staff augmentation for its public and private sector clients throughout the United States.
Feldman previously held positions with Chevron Policy, Government and Public Affairs where he managed Chevron community engagement and social investment initiatives at the company’s headquarter locations in the San Francisco Bay area and in Houston. Feldman also previously held responsible positions with Chevron’s Energy Technology Company. David is a native Houstonian, attended public schools in Houston, and graduated from the University of Texas in Austin.
Ms. Davis has a Bachelor of Arts and Science degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and a Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resources from Tarleton State University – Central Texas. She has thirteen years’ experience as Army Officer serving time with the Alabama National Guard, the Army Reserves, and on active duty.
She began her Lockheed Martin Aeronautics career in Supplier Diversity in 2007. As the Veteran and Service Disabled Small Business Advocate she was instrumental in exceeding or meeting the Veteran and Service Disabled Small Business Owned Small Business goals from 2008-2017 for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.
In 2012, Ms. Davis won the US Small Business Dallas / Fort Worth District Award for Advocate of the Year, the National Veterans Administration Corporate Advocate Award, and Women of Color STEM Special Recognition Award for her work with the small business community. In 2013 she was recognized by STEM Leaders and Legends in Industry. March 2019, Ms. Davis was awarded the John K. Lopez award form the US Veteran Business Alliance for her efforts to improve disabled veteran business programs.