Loaned Executives

The Loaned Executive Program

The Loaned Executive Program is one of the most comprehensive management and leadership programs in the Concho Valley. Many of our Loaned Executives have gone on to top management positions within their companies. 
Each year corporations and small businesses “loan” their employees to United Way on a part-time basis to act as community spokespersons for our Annual Campaign and to assist other businesses with their United Way employee campaigns.
The Loaned Executives participate in team building and training programs during the summer in preparation for the Annual Campaign that begins in the fall. They also visit United Way Community Partners to get a firsthand look at how United Way impacts the Concho Valley. 
To get involved in the Loaned Executive Program contact Aspen Robert at 325-949-3716 or email: We will be happy to talk with you about the details of this program or arrange for you to talk with CEOs and LEs of companies who have participated in this program.

Download the 2022 Loaned Executive Program Brochure

Download the 2022 Loaned Executive Commitment Form 


Meet our 2022 Loaned Executives



Adam Hallmark
Loaned Executive Chair
Chilton Wilcox & Fortenberry

Adam is a Certified Public Accountant with Chilton Wilcox & Fortenberry. He has been with the firm since May 2018. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a Master of Science in Management Information Systems, as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. He and his wife Clare, a San Angelo native, spent a short time in Houston after graduation, but quickly tired of the busy city and chose to relocate to the Concho Valley so that they could raise a family in her hometown. In his free time, Adam enjoys hunting, fishing, and being outdoors.


Rebekah Beltran 
Children's Advocacy Center of Greater West Texas 

Rebekah Beltran is the CASA Volunteer Coordinator with the Children's Advocacy Center of Greater West Texas, Inc. (CAC). She has been with the CAC for over 15 years. In her position as the CASA Volunteer Coordinator, Rebekah recruits CASA Volunteers for children that are in foster care. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate; CASA Volunteers advocate for the best interest of a child while in foster care. 
Rebekah and her husband Jaime adopted their three kiddos back in 2018 on National Adoption Day! According to Rebekah, it has been a fun, albeit wild adventure, that they wouldn’t trade for anything! Rebekah enjoys family time, cheering on her kiddos in their many different sports adventures, volunteering as a Board Member for the YMCA, and attending community events as she loves the community of San Angelo and how it comes together to help others! 


Jon Blann
West Texas Counseling & Guidance 

A third-generation educator, Jonathan also found his niche in teaching others. Early in his career as a baseball coach and later as a special education teacher, he found himself searching for practical and effective ways to teach new skills and reduce problem behavior.
In 2011, Jonathan found his answer in Applied Behavior Analysis. For ten years he has worked in the field of ABA in many settings: an intensive behavior school, a day habilitation center, in therapy centers and school districts, and privately with clients of all ages. Working all over the world, from Florida to California and Hawaii to the Kingdom of Bahrain, Jonathan has found a passion for sharing the principles of the science of human behavior with families, educators, and administrators.
At West Texas Counseling and Guidance, Jonathan works with families to develop socially valid outcomes; providing clients and their families the tools and techniques to foster functional and verbal skills, age-appropriate levels of independence, and healthy social relationships with family and peers.
Jonathan is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA/LBA) and is licensed to practice in the state of Texas. He received his Masters' Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the Florida Institute of Technology. Jonathan is currently the ABA Coordinator at West Texas Counseling & Guidance.


Tammy Bourgeois
Texas State Bank 

Tammy Bourgeois has been with Texas Bank for 20 years, and is the Customer Service Supervisor.  She and her family moved to San Angelo for her husband to become the Pastor at West Side Baptist Church. She has been active with the youth and children’s ministry at her church, and also assists the homeless population. Tammy has two children, four grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.


Porsche Callum
San Angelo Police Department 

Detective Porsche Callum grew up on the South Side of Chicago. She is the oldest of five children on her mom’s side and the middle of three children on her dad’s side. When she was a teenager, Porsche began to set her sights on a career in Law Enforcement. After high school, she attended Southern Illinois University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice, with a minor in Psychology. She put applications out to various police academies, but it turned out that she was destined to be in San Angelo, Texas.
In 2016, Porsche transitioned to San Angelo, TX, and began her career shortly after with San Angelo Police Department. In 2019, she became a Detective within the department. That process involves additional internal schooling, training, and probationary time among other requirements. 
Outside of being a Detective, Porsche volunteers with the Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors Team of Tom Green County, and she is a youth leader at Freedom Fellowship Church. In 2019, she received the 20 Under 40 award for her achievements as a member of the police department, and continued involvement in the community.


Jennifer Englert
Tom Green County 

Jennifer was born in Boise, Idaho but spent her early childhood in Florida. She made San Angelo, Texas, her home in 1995. Jennifer and her loving husband Cory have three handsome young men, and they are the reason for her smile. Jennifer studied at Howard College, and received her C.N.A certificate. She started her first job at Shannon Medical Center- Pediatric Unit helping children and brightening their lives. Jennifer also assisted with phone lines during the Annual Children Miracle network telethon during her stay at Shannon. If you are a Texan, than you know about the West Texas boom! Due to this time and high demand, she found her new path to be in the accounting field for a small oilfield company Sprint Energy. Jennifer had many roles at Sprint, including Office Manager, Payroll Coordinator, and Human Resources. Unfortunately, Sprint had to close its doors, but as one door closes,  another will open. She then found her new home at the Dianna Spieker Tom Green County Treasurer in January 2017 and is currently the Chief Deputy. She loves her job and all that it entails. This will be her second year partnering with United Way of the Concho Valley as the Loan Executive. Jennifer is looking forward to making an impact on our community.


Dan Forehand
1st Community Federal Credit Union

Dan Forehand has worked for 1st Community Federal Credit Union the last 12 years and has served as the CFO for the last year and a half.  He has proudly lived in San Angelo for his entire life.  Dan attended Angelo State, where he studied Accounting and received his degree in 2009.  Dan is married and has two wonderful children who attend elementary school in San Angelo.


Ed Harris
Shannon Medical Center

Ed joined Shannon Medical Center in 2005 as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant; during that time, he completed his MBA at Angelo State. In 2007 Ed had his first leadership opportunity as Director at the Wound Center. He has had many opportunities to work with various departments and currently works with the wound care, infusion, and sleep center service lines. In addition to his MBA, Ed completed an MSHA from Texas Tech in 2011. Ed has led committees with the Texas Purchasing Collation, is the Shannon representative for Rotary Club of San Angelo, is a member of East Angelo Lions Club, and is Board President for Galilee CDC. Ed is also an adjunct professor at Angelo State, teaching in the Health Science Professional program. 


Azeez Layeni
Ethicon, Inc. 

Azeez Layeni is an Associate Electrical Engineer at Ethicon San Angelo. He was born and raised in Houston, TX and graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Azeez recently worked at General Dynamics Electric Boat in Connecticut, where he was heavily involved in the community. There he served as Vice President of the Black Engineering Council and was previously the Director of Community Service and Director of the Mentoring Program. During his time on the board, he frequently partnered with the United Way Gemma E. Moran Food Bank to aid in feeding families and individuals facing food insecurity across the community. Azeez resides in San Angelo and enjoys playing basketball in his spare time.


Patricia Longoria
YMCA of San Angelo

Patricia is the Director of Human Resources for the San Angelo YMCA. She has been with the local and nationally recognized non-profit organization since 2011 and is dedicated to staff professional education and development, empowering youth development, and bettering community well-being. Patricia grew up in Del Rio and attended Southwest Texas Junior college pursuing her Business Management Degree. Before joining the YMCA of San Angelo, she worked in the banking industry for over 15 years. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her grandkids and traveling.


Pete Madrid
City of San Angelo

Pete Madrid Jr. is a native of San Angelo and is a servant leader in the community. His servant's heart developed as a young boy through the volunteer service he did at Wesley Soup Kitchen. Pete serves as the Projects Coordinator for the City of San Angelo, Texas – City Government Health Department and has a true purpose in life. Pete attended Angelo State University and obtained a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Business Administration.


Sarah Negovetich 
Concho Valley Community Action Agency

Sarah Negovetich has spent the last year at Concho Valley Community Action Agency, dedicated to helping families work toward self-sufficiency. While Sarah is new to CVCAA, she is no stranger to working in her community. She is an active volunteer with both the local Elks Lodge and within San Angelo theatres. Prior to moving to San Angelo, Sarah spent several years at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, where she served on the National Direct Marketing team.
Sarah earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Salem College in North Carolina. In her free time, she enjoys acting and directing local theatre productions and is a published author. Sarah lives with her husband and two daughters.


Diana Prieto 
Ethicon, Inc.

Diana Prieto is the Production Planner at Ethicon San Angelo. She has over ten years of experience in the medical device industry with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (Specialty in Logistics and Production). She is happily committed to serving and supporting United Way for the second time this year. Diana lives in San Angelo with her husband and kids: Humberto, Humberto Jr, and Diana Sofia.


Samantha Rodriguez
San Angelo Clubhouse

Samantha Rodriguez works as a generalist at the San Angelo Clubhouse: a volunteer center focused around helping adults who live with a mental illness. She was born and raised in San Angelo. She began her career in the mental illness field in the spring of 2019, when she joined the Clubhouse family. There, she works side by side with members, teaching and encouraging them to overcome negative stigmas surrounding mental illness. Sam aspires to further her career in education, with a goal of becoming an art teacher. Using the knowledge gained from working in the mental health field, she plans to inspire and encourage young minds to find their place in this world, teaching them to courageously spread their brilliance while painting the world with their own passions and goals. She spends most of her time scattering love and creativity throughout the community, whether that be stopping to make a stranger feel heard and loved with a little kindness or creating some form of art for herself or a loved one. 


Christopher Sandoval
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley 

Christopher Sandoval has been a Prevention Specialist at the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley since May 2022. In this position, Christopher provides evidence-based drug and alcohol prevention education to adults and youths in a variety of settings. He also interacts with youth as a positive adult mentor when participating in activities outside of a classroom setting. Prior to employment at ADACCV, Christopher served over ten years of his career in Case Management while working with adults with developmental/intellectual disabilities. He had previously served as a Case Manager with a non-profit organization and the Texas Health and Human Services. He was born and raised in Clovis, NM, and permanently moved to San Angelo in 2011. Prior to moving to Texas, Christopher received his B.A. Degree from New Mexico Highlands University (Las Vegas, NM) to be a secondary education teacher, but moved into Case Management quickly after college. Christopher has many years of experience in food vending/merchandising and commercial cleaning. Christopher was recently re-married in January 2022 and has three daughters, 21, 10, & 8, as well as an 11-year-old stepdaughter. He currently volunteers as part of the leadership team at the Paul Ann Celebrate Recovery 12-step meetings, facilitating a Monday evening men’s step-study and a Thursday evening small-group chemical dependency recovery meeting. Christopher’s path to becoming a Prevention Specialist at ADACCV is non-traditional, to say the least, but his prior experiences, testimony, and resilience serve him well in this capacity.  


Olivia Shanklin
The Bank & Trust

Olivia Shanklin works at The Bank & Trust, assisting with mortgage lending, and has been with them for two years. Olivia grew up in Junction, TX; after high school, she attended Texas Tech University, where she graduated with a degree in Retail Management. While at Texas Tech, Olivia was active with various clubs throughout the university. She and her husband Seth have been married for almost four years and recently relocated to San Angelo to help with the family ranch. Olivia is eager to get more involved with the community of San Angelo: and looking forward to diving in with United Way and all they do for so many people throughout the Concho Valley. 


Bailey Smith
First Financial Bank

Bailey Smith serves as an Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending at the First Financial Bank Texas Downtown location. He began his career at First Financial in 2019 as a Credit Analyst in Abilene, assisting in underwriting commercial loans before moving to San Angelo in October 2021.
Bailey is a graduate of Howard Payne University, where he earned both a BBA and MBA. During his time in Brownwood, he volunteered time serving as a leader with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and a local faith-based fraternity group. 
Bailey grew up in Grandview, Texas, and is currently a member of Paul Ann Church in San Angelo. He also serves on the Young Professionals of San Angelo board and assists with the Events Planning Committee. 
Bailey is married to Beth Smith, who works as a school nurse for Wall ISD and as a PRN at Shannon Medical Center’s NICU unit. Together they have one son. He enjoys the commercial aspect of lending and loves helping business owners grow and live out their dreams. In his spare time, Bailey enjoys golfing, hunting, and hiking.


Jeffrey Tomlinson
City of San Angelo 

Jeff Tomlinson has been the City of San Angelo’s purchasing manager since June 2021. In this role, he ensures that the City government abides by local, state, and federal purchasing policies and regulations. 
He graduated with a bachelor’s in political science from Angelo State University. A San Angelo native, Jeff has deep-seated roots in the community and the surrounding area. His family previously owned and operated Lowake Steakhouse from the mid-1970s to the early 2000s.  
Jeff, his wife, Ashley, and their son, Greyson, love spending time outdoors and being active. If he’s not spending time with family or working, you can find Jeff forging knives or tinkering at his workbench. 


Jamie Vance
Tom Green County  

Jamie is the Supervisor of County & Justice Court Compliance for Tom Green County. She was born and raised in San Angelo. Jamie has been in Collections for over 15 years, starting off at Performant for 15 years, then when the pandemic hit she found place with Tom Green County. She has been actively involved in Little League for 15 years. Starting on the Lake View Little League board and is now the District Administrator for the local leagues.  Jamie resides in San Angelo with her husband and two fur babies. 


Mandy Waldrop
Boys and Girls Club of Menard

Bio Coming Soon


Mollie Wilson
Oliver Rainey & Wojtek 

Mollie Wilson is a Senior Audit Associate at Oliver, Rainey, and Wojtek, LLP. Mollie was raised in Midland, TX and went to college at Texas Tech University where she graduated from Rawls College of Business with a double major in marketing and management.  She later earned a degree in accounting, which she used to pursue a career in auditing. Mollie interned as an auditor for RSM, US in Houston, TX for a short time before she became eager to return to her West Texas roots. Mollie moved to San Angelo in October 2019 and loves to explore all the city has to offer with her husband and two dogs. She served as a member of the United Way of the Concho Valley Community Impact Panel during 2022 and is excited to continue serving the Concho Valley with United Way. 


Sarah Young 
Mayfield Paper Company 

Sarah Young is the Assistant Human Resources Manager at Mayfield Paper Company. She was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Bowling Green State University in 2017. She continued her moved to San Angelo to complete her Masters in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Angelo State University.  She has been a member of a Community Impact Panel for the last two years and is excited to serve United Way this year. Sarah Lives in San Angelo with her husband, Jake and pup, Ka$h.