Board of Directors
Aubrey Hardman completed his Bachelor of Arts in English and Master of Arts (MA) in Technical Communications at Texas Tech University (TTU) in 2001 and 2003, respectively, during which time he served as the President of the Society for Technical Communications (STC) TTU Student Chapter. Upon earning his MA, Aubrey accepted a position with Lockheed Martin Aeronautics (LM Aero) in Fort Worth and became the Manager of the Fort Worth STC Satellite Chapter. After transitioning from Aircraft Maintenance Support Engineering to Finance at LM Aero, Aubrey was selected by the Executive Leadership Council to enter the Lockheed Martin 2008 Financial Leadership Development Program (FLDP) and later earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington in May 2010. In addition to the FLDP, Aubrey is actively involved in the Lockheed Martin Leadership Association where he serves as the Manager of Financial Reporting. He has also served various roles with the Special Olympics since 2003 ranging from committee member to official. Aubrey currently lives in North Fort Worth with his wife and two children.
Joshua Hernandez, born and raised in Victoria, Texas, attended St. Joseph High School and received his undergraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado (CU) in Boulder. He joined Sigma Nu Fraternity in 2001 and served as Scholarship and Alumni chairs. Joshua wrote as a reporter for the CU Campus Press for two years before moving onto Campus Editor and then Sports Editor. He received both the Rick Reilly Scholarship for Journalism in Sports and the Barrie Hartman Scholarship for Journalism in News-Editorial, and he also interned for the Boulder Daily Camera Newspaper. Joshua graduated with Honors in 2005 and began work as Public Relations Coordinator for Ironman North America Triathlon. Currently, he is the Executive Director of Impossible Possibilities, an education nonprofit organization that he co-founded in 2007, and he also runs a mortgage branch in downtown Fort Worth for the Dallas-based mortgage company, SMI Lending, Inc. Joshua also sits on the Board of Directors for Freedom in Worship Church in Fort Worth.
Justin Hernandez, born and raised in Victoria, Texas, graduated from Texas State University in San Marcos in May 2005 with a Bachelor's degree in Finance. He joined Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity in the fall of 2001 and served as Scholastic Chair. In addition, Justin’s collegiate constituency elected him Senator of the McCoy School of Business for the Associated Student Government in 2003. Upon graduation, Justin accepted a position as a financial analyst for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Fort Worth and was selected by the Executive Leadership Council in 2008 to enter the Lockheed Martin Financial Leadership Development Program (FLDP). He later earned a Master of Business Administration at Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business in May 2009. Justin graduated from the FLDP in 2010 and worked in the Business Pursuits organization, where he led strategic, operational and financial business cases for the executive leadership team of Aeronautics. Justin currently works for Quicksilver Resources as a strategic business analyst in downtown Fort Worth. He also passed levels one and two of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Examination and will sit for the level three exam in the summer of 2013. Justin also sits on the Board of Directors for Freedom in Worship Church in Fort Worth and currently serves as Vice President of Impossible Possibilities, which he co-founded.
Marcia Ivey is currently an 8th grade math teacher at Forest Oak Middle School in Fort Worth, Texas. She completed her Bachelor Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington, focusing on Math/Science Education. Marcia continued her education at Texas Christian University and earned a Master of Business Administration with a focus on Marketing and Management. Her work experience includes: store manager at 1-STOP MAIL, Assistant Director of Executive Education at the Neeley School of Business at TCU and math and test-prep tutor for for Huntington Learning Centers. Marcia is passionate about education, and she is a proud resident of Fort Worth.
Michael Quast, born in Galveston, Texas, and raised in Houston, graduated from Texas A&M University in 2004 with a Bachelor's degree in Finance. Michael’s initiative earned him an internship with the United States’ Department of Treasury in 2003 and the opportunity to study abroad in Strasbourg, France in 2004. He moved to Fort Worth in 2005 to work for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics on both the F-35 and F-22 Programs. After graduating from the Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business with a Master of Business Administration in 2008, he worked for the consulting firm Value, Inc. In addition, he earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 2009. Currently, he works for Oak Hill Investment Management as a private equity analyst. Michael and his wife Corrine reside in Fort Worth.
Travis Sapaugh, a native Texan, was raised in The Woodlands. He attended Texas State University and completed his Bachelor's degree in Finance in 2005. Travis joined Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity in 2002 and was elected President in 2004. He is a skilled services negotiator and tenant representation specialist within the CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Brokerage Services Group. His expertise lies in structuring lease transactions, property disposition and acquisitions, and build-to-suits for office and industrial properties in the DFW markets and markets across the country. Prior to joining CBRE, he spent several years with Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners, where he represented office tenants in the Dallas Central Business District and Mid-Cities submarkets. Travis is a current member of The Real Estate Council of Dallas, he serves on the Fundraising Committee for the Young Catholic Professionals (YCP) and also participates in Junior Achievement, an organization devoted to teaching children how business can be applied to their daily activities and relationships.