Board of Directors

Board President, Co-Founder - Dr. Steven L. Hall (USAF Ret) – Retiring in 2006, after 25 years of active duty service, Dr. Hall has worked in postsecondary education systems of Arizona, California, and Texas and more specifically, toward addressing the associated needs of transitioning veteran and the larger military-affiliated community. Dr. Hall’s dissertation and subsequent research has made tremendous inroads to advancing innovative approaches toward curriculum development and programmatic enhancements of organizations supporting DOD TAP and associated programs. Dr. Steven L. Hall (USAF Ret) – Retiring in 2006, after 25 years of active duty service, Dr. Hall has worked in postsecondary education systems of Arizona, California, and Texas and more specifically, toward addressing the associated needs of transitioning veteran and the larger military-affiliated community. Dr. Hall’s dissertation and subsequent research has made tremendous inroads to advancing innovative approaches toward curriculum development and programmatic enhancements of organizations supporting DOD TAP and associated programs.

Treasurer of the Board, Thomas F WIlliams, MPA, CSM, USA (Ret) - After joining the military in 1987, 1SG (Ret) Thomas spent over 23 years in the Army and retired as in 2010 after serving as a First Sergeant with 3rd Brigade 1st Infantry Division in 2010 out of the Fort Hood area.  He was responsible for the combat readiness of over 100 Soldiers and their families; responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing the logistical support for all unit operations.  He served two tours in combat in Iraqi and Afghanistan.  He spent time training many units for combat as an Observer Controller at the National Training Center in California for two years.   He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management/Human Resource Management with Columbia Southern University.   He currently serves as the Warrior Transition Brigade Transition Coordinator, providing services and assistance to all Soldiers in Transition and their family members.  Mr. Thomas serves as the Unit’s representative at meeting with federal, state and local employment representatives to discuss marketing strategies, program status and problem areas as well as coordinate for and negotiate transition/employment assistance. Mr. Thomas proudly serves on CMA’s Board of Directors and assists with coordinating, planning and executing CMA workshops throughout the U.S.

Board Treasurer, Thomas F WIlliams, MPA, CSM, USA (Ret) - After joining the military in 1987, 1SG (Ret) Thomas spent over 23 years in the Army and retired as in 2010 after serving as a First Sergeant with 3rd Brigade 1st Infantry Division in 2010 out of the Fort Hood area.  He was responsible for the combat readiness of over 100 Soldiers and their families; responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing the logistical support for all unit operations.  He served two tours in combat in Iraqi and Afghanistan.  He spent time training many units for combat as an Observer Controller at the National Training Center in California for two years.   He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management/Human Resource Management with Columbia Southern University.   He currently serves as the Warrior Transition Brigade Transition Coordinator, providing services and assistance to all Soldiers in Transition and their family members.  Mr. Thomas serves as the Unit’s representative at meeting with federal, state and local employment representatives to discuss marketing strategies, program status and problem areas as well as coordinate for and negotiate transition/employment assistance. Mr. Thomas proudly serves on CMA’s Board of Directors and assists with coordinating, planning and executing CMA workshops throughout the U.S.

Board Secretary, Kelly Lerch is the Group Talent Acquisition Manager for Enterprise Holdings of South Texas covering San Antonio, Corpus, The Rio Grande Valley and Laredo. She is responsible for developing and executing internal and external hiring strategies for all Enterprise Holdings’ brands to include Enterprise, National and Alamo.

A native of Phoenix, Arizona, she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Arizona. After spending 7 years in retail management, she joined Enterprise and moved into management and then Talent Acquisition. She moved from her home in Phoenix, Arizona to San Antonio after accepting the Group Talent Acquisition Manager position with the company in April of 2012. She currently serves as Past-President on the Board of MPACE (Mountain Pacific Association of Colleges and Employers), Secretary of CMA (Centurion Military Alliance), is a member of NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) and has her certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR).

Senior Employment Advisor, Co-Founder, Jarod A. Myers is an OEF/OIF Army veteran and former Veteran Constituent Liaison to Texas Congressman John R. Carter, Jarod has leveraged his prior experiences to developing a comprehensive military to civilian transition assistance program. Mr. Myers is an Honorable Purple Heart recipient and a staunch advocate for providing a voice for programs in support of service members and the greater military community. Jarod continues to serve the military and larger military-affiliated community as a Military Programs Talent Acquisitions Manager for Cameron, a Schlumberger company; the world’s largest Oil & Gas Industry services company. Jarod has earned both a B.S. Applied Management – Ken Blanchard College of Business Grand Canyon University and Master Business Administration w/ an Emphasis in Project Management from Colangelo College of Business, Grand Canyon University.

Senior Financial Advisor, Glenn Errhart Over the past 20 plus years, Glenn has worked for several organizations to include the Tandy Corporation, Walker Advertising, Capital Group Companies, and RBFCU one of the fastest growing credit unions in the nation.

With each of his employers he has supported business development, marketing, community relations, recruiting, and mentoring college students and military families with their employment transition and career development. In his current role as the Human Resources – Director of Events, he supports the growth of RBFCU in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, Corpus Christi, and surrounding Texas communities. Most importantly, he is humbled each day to support RBFCU with their goal and initiative of People Helping People!  Glenn has a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio – UTSA. In addition, currently he is on the Employer Advisory Board of UTSA Career Services, Texas State Career Services and The San Antonio Colleges and Universities Career Centers Association (SACUCCA).  He has been a past board member of the UTSA Alumni Association, Alamo Heights Optimist Club, and March of Dimes. Today is honored to work with and support the Centurion Military Alliance (CMA) as an Employer Advisory Board member.

Senior Military Advisor, Co-Founder - Michael S. Hall, MPA, USAF Vet - From 2004 to 2010, Air Force veteran Michael Hall served as a security forces leader in Iraq, Germany, and Korea. After his six-year enlistment, Michael became certified by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards Education to become a police officer. Married to an Army captain, Michael continued to travel. While completing his Master of Public Administration, Michael served as a legislative assistant for the Office of Senator Hirono, and an analyst for the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Michael is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Public Policy.

Senior Education Advisor, Command Sergeant Major Philip F. Johndrow, United States Army is the Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Command and General Staff College. He assumed responsibility on 15 May 2008 and relinquished his responsibilities on 3 October 2011, retiring to the Fort Hood, Texas area. As Command Sergeant Major of Combined Arms Center, Johndrow oversees all enlisted matters within the scope of the United States Army Combined Arms Center, Command and General Staff College and the schools and centers of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.