CEO: Chris Turner

Chris provides the vision and mentors our people. He’s led two companies, including Stampede, onto Inc. Magazine’s list of the “5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in America.” He serves on the Board of Directors for the American Conservative Union and has been active in EO, The Entrepreneurs Organization. He’s dedicated to helping veterans transition into lives they love and volunteers his time accordingly. Chris and his family live in Alexandria, Virginia. Words to describe him are “innovative” and “impatient.”

CFO + General Counsel: Holly Turner

Holly handles the money. She’s been called a “force of nature” and is responsible for catapulting the company forward. Holly insists on precision, she makes sure Stampede keeps its promises to our customers, and she never settles for second best or second place. Holly has become the face of the company in many respects, with frequent appearances on Foxnews and other media outlets. Holly’s always willing to speak truth and stand firm against the Left. Words to describe her are “bold” and “loyal.”

Operations: Ashley McElheny

Ashley guides our team and gets things done. Stampede separates itself from the competition by running highly focused, process driven efforts. Ashley’s a master at keeping the trains running on time. Ashley is a military spouse, who lives in South Florida. Words to describe her are “unstoppable” and “unbreakable.”

Quality Assessment: William Ary

William is our eye in the sky. He has a bird’s eye view of all of our programs and holds them to the highest standards. William is a retired Army Ranger, who calls Killeen, Texas home. Words to describe him are “sharp” and “tireless.”

Team Recruiter: Jason Willette

Jason helps us locate the best-of-the-best talent. He’s a retired Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant and combat veteran, who has literally put his life on the line to defend our freedoms. Gunny’s someone any of us would follow into battle. He lives in Austin, Texas. Words to describe him are “inspirational” and “competitive.”