The Loaned Executive Program
The Loaned Executive Program is one of the most comprehensive management and leadership programs in San Angelo. 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 Lubbock Area.
To get involved in the Loaned Executive Program contact Aspen Robert at 325-949-3716 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to talk with you about the details of this exciting program or arrange for you to talk with CEOs and LEs of companies who have participated in this program.
Meet our 2020 Loaned Executives
Taylor Cambre, Loaned Executive Team Lead: Goodyear Proving Grounds
Taylor served as a Loaned Executive for United Way for three years. This year, he will use the leadership skills he's acquired through the program to lead our team. Taylor is an EMT at the Goodyear Proving Grounds. He is familiar with the many aspects of our organization, as he has not only served as a Loaned Executive, but a Community Impact Panel member as well. When not volunteering, he enjoys brewing beer and spending time with his wife and dogs.
Adam Hallmark: 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. In his free time, Adam enjoys hunting, fishing, and being outdoors.
Ashley Gainey: ADACCV
Ashley has worked at the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley (ADACCV) since 2018. She is currently the Special Projects Coordinator over the Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Planning Grant. Her job allows her to engage with community members in the rural counties of the Concho Valley and expand the reach of substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery. Ashley received her Master in Psychology from Angelo State University with an emphasis on counseling. She enjoys spending family time with her dogs, cats, and husband.
Ashlie Galvan: Texas State Bank
Ashlie graduated from Ballinger High School in 2014 and moved to San Angelo shortly after. She is a 2017 graduate of Angelo State University with a Bachelor's in Corporate Finance, and a 2018 graduate with a Master's in Business Administration. She has worked as a teller, loan assistant, new accounts representative, and currently as a Branch Manager at Texas State Bank.
Justin DeLoach: Children's Advocacy Center of Greater West Texas, Inc.
Justin M. DeLoach is the Chief Development Officer of the Children's Advocacy Center of Greater West Texas, Inc. He is a native of Littlefield and attended Angelo State University earning his Bachelor of Business Administration in 2008. Justin has previously worked for Crockett National Bank, San Angelo State Supported Living Center, and West Texas Rehabilitation Center. Committed to working for organizations with missions pertaining to children and those in need, Justin has had the pleasure of working with many businesses, organizations, donors, foundations, and community to help strengthen San Angelo and work towards the greater good for each individual. Justin serves on local civic boards including Young Professionals of San Angelo (YPSA), Project Janus, F.A.M.E. at ASU, and San Angelo Association of Nonprofits. Justin resides in San Angelo and is the proud dog dad of two dachshunds Zoey and Lexy.
Monica Fray: West Texas Counseling & Guidance
Monica comes from a long history of family members who have served in the United Stated Armed Forces. She began her active-duty enlistment in 2005 and served 12 years in the United States Air Force, where she was an ICBM Electronic Maintenance Technician for six years and an Emergency Medical Technician for six years. Monica deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Inherent Resolve. After separating from the military in 2016, she pursued her licensure in practical nursing from the state of New York which sparked her interest in community mental health. Monica holds a Bachelors in Social Work (BSW) from the University of Oklahoma and is currently pursuing her Master Social Work (MSW) Degree at Baylor University. Prior to arriving at West Texas Counseling & Guidance, she worked as an intake officer and case-manager for a nonprofit which focused on criminal justice reform and breaking the cycle of incarceration and poverty in Oklahoma City. Monica enjoys working with Veterans and their families here in the Concho Valley, and is excited to serve as a Loaned Executive for United Way.
Scott Creecy: First Financial Bank
Scott Creecy is the Treasury Management Sales Officer for First Financial Bank San Angelo. He began his career with First Financial Bank in 2007 as a Teller and was promoted to Personal Banker, then Branch Manager, then Assistant Retail Manager and, most recently, Treasury Management Officer. He earned his BBA degree in Finance from Angelo State University. Creecy serves on the Board of the Adult Literacy Council, Board of the West Angelo Kiwanis Club, and is a Committee Member for the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo. Creecy is set to be married in November 2020 to his fiance, Jayde. In his spare time Creecy enjoys playing golf, going to the gun range, and spending time with his family.
Tabbatha Lenard: West Texas Counseling & Guidance
Bio Coming Soon
Sgt.Travis Griffith: San Angelo Police Department
Travis Griffith has been committed to serving others since he was a child - whether serving in his church or helping his family during financial hardships growing up. Travis began his official public service career volunteering at the age of 17 as a volunteer firefighter in rural west Texas and later as an EMT.
Travis discovered his love for law enforcement at the age of 20 and has never looked back. Travis is a supervisor with the San Angelo Police Department and is currently in charge of the Office of Professional Standards, Public Information Officer, and is the Director of Crime Stoppers. Travis is a proud member of the SAPD SWAT team and has previously served as a detective, patrol supervisor, and as a member of the Hostage Negotiation Team.
Outside of law enforcement, Travis is a dedicated member of the PaulAnn Baptist Church and is active in various mission fields. Travis is a loving father of a beautiful daughter and husband to a wonderful wife.
Leo Vera: Ethicon
Leo is currently a Manufacturing Facilitator with Ethicon, San Angelo Plant. He moved to San Angelo is January of 2017 as a Co-Op and has enjoyed the town as well as the site throughout his time here. Leo graduated from Texas Tech University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering. Although he grew up in Houston, Texas, he has felt West Texas to be home, as he has spent the past 4 years in San Angelo and 5 years in Lubbock. In Leo's free time, he likes to travel, play soccer, and more recently go to the lake. Leo is excited to be part of the Loaned Executive Program as he is looking for a way to contribute to the Concho Valley and furthermore become part of the community.
Brittany Rauch: The Bank & Trust
Brittany is a recent graduate of West Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She has been a full-time employee of The Bank & Trust for 3 years and currently holds the position of Lending Assistant. This will be Brittany’s second year to serve as a Loaned Executive for United Way of the Concho Valley. She looks forward to another great year of building relationships and being involved in the community.
Brent Casey: COSA
Brent Casey serves as the Recreation Manager for the City of San Angelo, which encompasses the Texas Bank Sports Complex, Municipal Pool, Santa Fe Crossing and Station 618 Senior Centers, Southside Recreation Center, Carl Ray Johnson Recreation Center, Northside Recreation Center, all adult and youth sports, and the San Angelo Nature Center along with the employees who provide recreation and athletic programming. Brent is also responsible for many events throughout the year, including the ever-popular Date Night, which just hit its 30th consecutive year for 2020. Brent is a retiree from the United States Air Force, where he worked fitness and sports for most of his career, both stateside and overseas. Brent has also served as a basketball coach for well over 20 years - coaching youth leagues, high school boys and girls, junior collegiate level, and working with professional European teams.
Jeremy Valgardson: COSA
Bio Coming Soon
Molly Johnson: SAISD
Molly is the Director of Community Relations at San Angelo ISD. She is a native of San Angelo, a product of San Angelo ISD as a graduate from Central High School and attended Texas A&M University earning her Bachelors in 2012. After graduating from Texas A&M, Molly moved to Houston and worked for Cornerstone Home Lending and Perry Homes as a marketing professional for 7 years before relocating back to San Angelo in 2019. Upon relocating, Molly worked for TimeClock Plus as the Marketing Manager. Molly is excited to contribute to the Concho Valley through the Loaned Executive Program.
Whitney Watson Wood: SAISD
Whitney Watson Wood is the Executive Director of Communications for San Angelo. Originally from Central Texas, she moved here with her husband 5 years ago and has grown to love the West Texas community. She is also a licensed attorney and previously worked for the firm of Carter, Boyd, Lisson & Hohensee, PC. Whitney is passionate about projects and partnerships that work to improve the Concho Valley Community. She is an active member of Junior League of San Angelo, Texas Exes of San Angelo and a member of the Ballet San Angelo Board.