General Peter Pace is Chairman of the Wall Street Warfighters Foundation.

He served as the sixteenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 2005-2007. General Pace retired in 2007 after more than 40 years of active service in the United States Marine Corps.

Born in Brooklyn and raised in Teaneck, NJ, General Pace was commissioned in June 1967, following graduation from the United States Naval Academy. He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from George Washington University, attended the Harvard University Senior Executives in National and International Security program, and graduated from the National War College.

During his distinguished career, General Pace held command at virtually every level, beginning as a Rifle Platoon Leader in Vietnam.  He also served in Europe, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, and Somalia.

In June, 2008, General Pace was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor a President can bestow.

He is currently serving on the Board of Directors of several corporate entities involved in management consulting, private equity, and IT security.  He served on the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board, and on the Secretary of Defense’s Defense Policy Board.  General Pace served as leader-in-residence and the Poling Chair of Business and Government, for the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.  He is a Distinguished Visiting Research Scholar for Fordham University, and an Adjunct Faculty member of Georgetown University.

General Pace is associated with a number of charities focused on supporting the troops and their families, to include:  He is a long-standing member of the Board of Directors for the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation.  He is a member of the USO World Board of Governors, and serves on the Advisory Board for Snowball Express.  He and his wife Lynne are on the advisory board for Our Military Kids, an organization that supports children of deployed Guard and Reserve personnel with tutoring and enrichment activities.

General Pace and Lynne have a son, Peter; a daughter, Tiffany; a daughter-in-law, Lynsey Olczak Pace; and two granddaughters, Linden Elyse and Hadley Rae.

Katie Haddock is the Executive Director and Vice Chairman of the Wall Street Warfighters Foundation.

She retired from the Marine Corps after 28 years of active service, reaching the rank of colonel, and completing her career as the Special Assistant for Public Affairs to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff – a trusted adviser and principal spokesperson for the nation’s most senior military leader.

Katie was born in Alton, Illinois, and graduated from Eastern Illinois University (Charleston, IL) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications and a secondary education teaching certification.  She was commissioned a second lieutenant in 1980, after completing Officers Candidate School in Quantico, VA.

She has served in a number of public affairs assignments in Garden City, NY; Norfolk, VA; New Orleans; Iwakuni, Japan; San Diego, CA; and the Pentagon in Washington, DC.  These assignments provided Katie extensive experience in strategic communication planning, crisis communication strategy, media relations, and community outreach.

Katie graduated from the Amphibious Warfare School (1991), and the Marine Corps Command and Staff College (1998), in Quantico, Virginia; and the National War College, Ft. McNair, Washington DC (2002).  She earned two Masters Degrees in Military Studies and in National Security Strategy.

She was promoted to colonel on April 1, 2003, and retired from the Marine Corps on January 1, 2009.

She and her husband Jerry, formerly of Laconia, NH, reside in Springfield, VA.  They have two grown children: Monique (Haddock) Voth, a chemical lab quality supervisor in Ormond Beach, FL, and Lewis, a white water rafting guide in the New River Gorge, West Virginia.

Brooks Hulitt is the co-founder and Treasurer of the Board for Wall Street Warfighters Foundation.

Brooks is Founder of Strategic Contracting Inc, a Philadelphia / Washington DC based consulting and contracting firm. His duties include: sales, client acquisition, compliance, marketing, and corporate growth. He is also co-founder of Drexel Hamilton, an institutional financial services firm.

Brooks enlisted in the US Air Force at age 17; he was the Honor Graduate from Basic Training and Technical School.  He served tours in the Middle East in a combat communications role, and was selected to serve out the remainder of his enlistment in the US Air Force Presidential Honor Guard serving at Arlington National Cemetery, the White House, Pentagon and for various presidential functions.  He was honorably discharged in 1996.

In 2004 Brooks enlisted in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard where he served until 2010.  He remains active in the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry as platoon leader for its color guard, performing military honors for the funerals of area veterans.

Brooks was appointed Chairman and continues to serve on the Small Business Administration’s Region III Small Business Regulatory and Fairness Board of Directors.

He resides in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania with his wife Maria, son Alexander, and daughter Sofia.

Harry J. Gobora, III is Secretary of the Wall Street Warfighters Board of Directors, and is one of Drexel Hamilton’s founding partners.  He recently retired from the Pennsylvania Army National Guard after more than two decades as a Cavalry and General Staff Officer. His service included supporting Task Force Keystone in Germany, KFOR 5A in Kosovo, and Operation Bright Star in Egypt.

With more than 25 years of experience in the securities industry, he previously served as Director of Institutional Equity Derivatives Marketing for the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) where he was responsible for managing the equity option, sector index option, and foreign currency option marketing.  Harry began his career as a retail broker before transitioning to an institutional equity and fixed income broker associated with such firms as Legg Mason, Philadelphia Investors and Republic New York Securities. He holds Series 4, 7, 24, 63, 65, 79 and 99 licenses from FINRA.

A family physician, and health care executive, Dr. Timboe retired from the United States Army in 2002 after commanding the Walter Reed Army Medical Center as a Major General.  From 2002-2007 he served on the administration and faculty at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio as Associate Vice President and Clinical Professor.

A Vietnam and Gulf War I veteran, Dr. Timboe is a decorated combat medical leader with experience in mass casualty situations and natural disasters. He was also responsible for health support during the September 11, 2001 Pentagon attack as well as the anthrax letters that followed. He holds the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Army Distinguished Service Medal as well as the Legion of Merit (with four oak leaf clusters) and the Bronze Star (with one oak leaf cluster).

Dr. Timboe graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point in 1968, and the University of Texas School of Medicine in San Antonio, in 1978.  In 1980, he received a Master’s of Public Health from the University of Hawaii.  He is also a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College.

Dr. Timboe serves on several corporate boards along with his ongoing and extensive community and civic involvement, including representing Project HOPE in the 2005 Indonesian tsunami response with the US Navy, the 2010 Haitian earthquake, and the 2011 Japanese earthquake/tsunami.

Dr. Timboe and his wife, Donna, live in Arkansas.

Mr. Lawrence K. Doll, (known as LD to his friends), is Co-Founder of Wall Street Warfighters and serves as Chairman of Drexel Hamilton which sponsors Wall Street Warfighters’ students for their securities licensing.

LD was raised on a dairy farm in York County, Pennsylvania.   He began his adult life by enlisting in the Marine Corps, where he served from 1968 to 1972.  During his service in Vietnam, LD was awarded two Purple Hearts and The Vietnam Cross of Gallantry.  He served the remainder of his enlistment with the Marine Corps Honor Guard at historic Marine Barracks Washington.

LD serves many other civic minded organizations to include:  The University of Maryland Board of Trustees, The Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges and the Fairfax Hospital Life with Cancer Board.

To add to his career as an entrepreneur, LD also serves on the Board of Directors for United Bank Shares (NASD: UBSI) which is headquartered in West Virginia.

LD resides in Virginia with his wife Gioconda.  He has two children and is a proud Grandfather.

Suzanne O’Halloran joined BATS Global Markets, operator of the third largest U.S. Stock Exchange and largest pan-European equities market, in May 2012. She is part of the communications team, working on media and investor relations.

Prior to BATS, Suzanne spent over a decade as a financial markets reporter for Bloomberg Television.  Based in New York, she covered corporate earnings, economic reports and mergers and acquisitions. She was also responsible for developing Bloomberg’s daily Options Trading Update. Suzanne has reported extensively on the activities of the Federal Reserve and the SEC.  She covered the flash crash of May 6th, 2010, and the SEC rule-making that followed to prevent unusual market swings.  She has also covered trading and listing activity from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ Marketsite & NYMEX. O’Halloran has contributed to Bloomberg Businessweek, ABC News NOW and Boston Talk Radio WRKO’s Financial Exchange program.

Prior to joining Bloomberg Television, Suzanne worked as a producer at CNBC. Earlier, she was part of the equity analyst team at UBS, specializing in media and energy stocks.

Suzanne was a team recipient of the Detroit Press Club Foundation’s Golden Wheel Award for the story “GM: Retooling an American Icon.” She has also been short-listed as one of the most influential Irish Americans on Wall Street by Irish America Magazine. Suzanne is a graduate of Boston College and a member of the National Investor Relations Institute.

She has been a Board Member of Wall Street Warfighters Foundation since 2010.

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