Ronnie Hawkins is a retired Air Force Lieutenant General and owner of the Hawkins Group™, a cybersecurity company based in San Angelo. General Hawkins served as the Director of Defense Information Systems Agency from 2012-2015, and was on the short list to become the Secretary of Veterans Affairs last year. General Hawkins currently serves on the Board of Directors for the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce and was named the Chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year.
Lisa Curry is the Owner and Founder of The Waterford Wellness Spa in San Angelo and Co-owner of Raw 1899 Art Lounge in downtown San Angelo. She is an Advanced Practice RN and has worked in the Beauty industry for over 32 years. This experience has allowed her to open and expand her business to provide new and advanced services to her clients. Lisa has been in business for over 24 years and has trained several physicians all over the US.
Bridget Carr is the owner of Bug Express Pest Control and serves on the Board of Directors for the Texas Leadership Charter Academy, but may be better known by some as a prominent barrel racer in San Angelo. She is well known in many respects throughout the community and was a participant in last year’s San Angelo Dancing with the Stars benefiting the West Texas Rehabilitation Center.
Ken Mayer is a former executive at ABC Radio and one of the creators of ESPN Radio. Ken has held several executive positions in the communications industry and is currently the CEO of Lucky One, Inc. Ken’s drive, creativity, and knowledge of finance has allowed him to have an incredible business career.
Jordy Moorman is the Founder and CEO of Workforce Technologies in San Angelo, Texas, a business he started in February 2018. Prior to starting this new venture, Jordy worked at Time Clock Plus for ten years, working his way up from a help desk role all the way up to President of the company. Jordy is very experienced in the business community and embodies the passion shown in entrepreneurship. Jordy is also on the Board of Directors for the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce.
Born and raised in Chicago, Scott Wisniewski first encountered Angelo State University when he was successfully recruited to play basketball for the Rams. He went on to graduate from ASU in 1984 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting.
Following his graduation, Wisniewski went to work for a local CPA firm and was then self-employed for several years before joining Western Shamrock Corp. (WSC) as an auditor in 1990. He proceeded to play an integral role in helping WSC expand from seven stores when he started to more than 300 locations in 10 states and Mexico today, and he currently holds the position of CEO. Then in 2016, he acquired Ener-Tel Security in San Angelo, and he is in the process of expanding the company from a local enterprise to a regional and national business.