Board


Terrance McWilliams

Mr. McWilliams implements programs to provide direct services and support to the Colorado military community, including service members and their families. Terrance also serves on the board of directors for many organizations including the American Red Cross, Pikes Peak Chapter. Prior to joining El Pomar, he was the Command Sergeant Major and Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Commanding General of Ft. Carson. Terrance served on the active duty in the Army for over 30 years. Terrance holds an Associate of Science degree in Supervisory Leadership form Hawaii Pacific University and a Bachelor in Business Administration from Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio

Linda Weise

Linda Weise is the Founding CEO of the Colorado Springs Conservatory. She established The Conservatory in 1994 to bring world-class performing arts education to the region. A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory in piano and vocal performance, she continued her post-graduate work at the Juilliard School for Opera Studies. She has concertized throughout the nation, but is most proud of her performance work with the Conservatory students, with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic and with the Chamber Orchestra of the Springs.

 

Linda also serves as the director of The Mezzanine, a performance arts venue in downtown Colorado Spring that operates as a social enterprise supporting the educational mission of the Conservatory, made possible through the generosity of Kathy and Sam Guadagnoli.

 

Linda is an active community advocate who serves or has served on these boards of directors: Governor’s appointee for the State Board of Colorado Humanities, Vice Chair Colorado Springs Leadership Institute (CSLI), Citizens Soldier Connection, committee for the annual Range Riders Street Breakfast, Regional Advisory Council for Central City Opera, Chamber Orchestra of the Springs, Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, Friends of the Fountain Fund, and PILLAR Institute for Lifelong Learning. Linda is a graduate of both Colorado Leadership Institute and Leadership Pikes Peak. Linda has resided in Colorado Springs since 1992 where she currently lives with her husband Keith Wells and daughters C.C. and Kelsy.

Ed Baur

Ed began his automotive career in Oregon as a Technician at Beaverton Toyota from 1987 to 1989. He joined Lexus of Portland immediately following the launch of the Lexus franchise in 1989 where he spent four years as a Shop Foreman before being promoted to Assistant Service Manager. As an ASM, he trained a team of technicians and support staff that were rated #1 of 178 dealerships in Lexus service departments, and held the highest year-to-date CSI scores 2 years in a row. He was also responsible for assembling, training, and coaching a majority of the staff at Lexus of Portland that led them to Elite status and unparalleled customer loyalty. These accomplishments caused Ed to ponder the thought of growing his career into General Dealership Management.

Never one to let his goals out of his sight, Ed accepted a Sales Consultant position in order to learn variable operations and advance his career. Shortly after, he was promoted to sales management where his responsibilities included training, inventory, and Internet sales.

In January 2004, Ed was promoted to General Sales Manager. In this position he was responsible for increasing new and pre-owned sales and profitability to a new high of 2,800 retail units while generating $10.8 million in gross profit in 2005—a remarkable achievement given the fact the dealership was under construction with a major remodel for the entire year. Ed is one of our top performers and recently graduated from the NADA Dealership Candidate Academy in May 2006.

Specialties:Ed and his wife, Cynthia, keep busy with their 5 children—2 girls, and 3 boys. In his spare time, Ed takes advantage of the great outdoors and enjoys cooking and kids sports. He also enjoys tinkering with anything technical.

Chris Koeninger

Chris comes to Citizen Soldier Connection with a long history of the outdoors.  He spent 10 years with Sun and Ski Sports as General Manager of many locations.  Chris traveled the country opening new stores and re-developing underperforming stores.  He then moved to Bass Pro Shops and opened the Broken Arrow store in Tulsa, OK, in 2005.  The large format, two level store was one of the highest performing stores in the company.  In 2013, Chris was chosen to lead the opening of our second Colorado location in Colorado Springs.  These locations have three entities:  retail, Tracker Marine Boat Center, and restaurant.  All three have unique operating protocols, giving Chris a unique set of challenges.

Chris’ family includes his wife Mandy, and their two daughters, Kestle (12) and Brighton (3).  The Koeninger family is passionate about the outdoors.  They enjoy snow skiing, hiking, cycling, hunting, and fishing.

 

Kevin Kaveney

Mr. Kaveney graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1996 as a Second Lieutenant in the Armor Branch.  Kevin served in Korea and Bosnia. In 2002, Kevin was activated by the Colorado National Guard in the wake of 9/11.

Mr. Kaveney began his career in 2001 with Northwestern Mutual and in 2009 was named Managing Director of the Colorado Springs District Network office. Kevin is active in the community also serving on the Board of the YMCA and various other community organizations.

Scott Leeling

Sergeant Major (Retired) Scott A. Leeling served on Active Duty in the Army for 25 years and retired as the Command Career Counselor for United States Army Europe. He is currently employed with DeVry University and serves as the Military Education Liaison in which he assists all branches of the military with their educational goals.

Scott’s military education includes Sergeants Major Academy (class 56), Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Basic Noncommissioned Course, Warrior Leaders Course, Battle Staff NCO Course, Combat Life Saver Course, Recruiting Course, and the Career Counselor Course.

Scott is a graduate from TUI University, out of Cypress, California and he holds both a Bachelors and Master’s Degree in Business Administration.

Scott is a member of the Military Affairs Committee, Adams County Education Consortium, and the Colorado Advisory Commission on Military Education.

Scott and his wife Tina have two daughters named Brittany and Brooke.

Don Addy

In February of 2006, Mr. Addy co-founded The Citizen Soldier Connection, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving Ft. Carson soldiers and their families by connecting them with citizens in the Colorado Springs community for the purpose of supporting the soldier during his/her service to our country. Since its founding CSC had connected over 400 soldiers with citizens who volunteered for the program.

Mr. Addy is President and Board member of the Colorado Thirty Group. He serves on the Boards of The Police Foundation of Colorado Springs, The Penrose-St. Francis Health Services, and is a Trustee of The Colorado Thirty Group. Mr. Addy was recognized in 2008 as the 30th Ft. Carson Good Neighbor. He is an honorary member of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, and an honorary Colonel of the 43rd Support Brigade of the 4th Infantry Division. Mr. Addy donated artifacts from the World Trade Center to all of the Colorado Springs military installations, to the US Olympic Center, and to The University of Colorado Colorado Springs for the purpose of erecting memorials to the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

Elizabeth Quevedo

Mrs. Quevedo is the Executive Director of Citizen Soldier Connection. She is a former Army Engineer Officer, West Point Class of 1999.  She has lived in Colorado Springs since 2013, and her spouse is a member of 3rd Brigade, 4ID. She is passionate about supporting military members and their families, and bridging the gap between the local community and the Armed Forces.

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