Executive Director (CEO)
Casting for a Cause Disabled Veterans Foundation is the result of Kevin's passion for our military members, past and present. Kevin started his military career in the United States Air Force where the military provided a firm foundation that would push him towards an aviation career in civilian life. Kevin later joined the Georgia Army National Guard where he chose to serve as a Forward Observer (13F), and later changed his military occupation to Army Infantry (11B). He has served with the 1/118th Field Artillary, Co. H, 121st Infantry (LRRS), 48th Infantry Brigade, later transferring to the South Carolina Army National Guard serving in C co. 4/118th Infantry. Degenerative disk disease brought his military career to a close at the age of 48. Kevin now works full-time with Gulfstream Aerospace as a Writer and Technical Specialist. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing and almost always has a spot for someone to join him on the boat. Kevin's dreams have gained the support of his wife Vicki Edwards, who assists the organization as the Executive Assistant. Kevin and Vicki have been married 14 years and have 4 grown children. They have one grandchild and another on the way. Kevin's dedication to God, his country and his military family is the driving force behind the passion he exhibits.
Meet Our Board of Directors
Col. Michael Price (U.S. Army Retired)
Col. Michael J. Price retired in 2019 after a 30 year career. He was last assigned as the Senior Army Advisor to the Michigan Army National Guard on July 24, 2017. Performing these duties, COL Price advised the Michigan Adjutant General and his subordinate major commands on all things training, readiness, and employment for the Michigan Army National Guard.
Col. Price was commissioned into the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers following graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1989. In 1993, he was awarded a Master of Science degree in systems engineering from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. In 1998, he was awarded a Master of Engineering degree in construction management from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich.
His previous assignments include: platoon leader and
executive officer, Company C, and adjutant, 54th Engineer Battalion (Combat), Wildflecken, Germany; assistant operations officer and maintenance officer, 326th Engineer Battalion, and company commander, 887th Engineer Company (Light Equipment), at Fort Campbell, Ky.; project engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District in Kansas City, Mo.; division plans officer, 10th Mountain Division, executive officer, 41st Engineer Battalion, and commander, Division Special Troops Battalion, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, N.Y.; joint engineer staff officer and special assistant to the commander, U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Commander, St. Paul District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Commander Transatlantic Afghanistan District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Deputy Direct of Training, Headquarters Department of the Army, DCG 3/5/7, the Pentagon; and the Executive Officer to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Work, The Pentagon
Price’s military education includes the Engineer Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Belvoir, Va. Command and General Staff College and the School of Advanced Military Studies, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas and the U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pa.
His awards and decorations include: The Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Services Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal and the Southwest Asia Service Medal. He has also earned the Bronze Order of the De Fleury, Combat Action Badge, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and the Sapper Tab.
His operational deployments include Operation DESERT STORM, Iraq, Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, Afghanistan, and Operation Freedom Sentinel, Afghanistan.
Mike is married to Teresa Bordui, both 1985 graduates of DeWitt High school. Mike is currently the Senior Deputy Director for the Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
Vice President / General Counsel
Stephen Albright grew up a military brat with father who was in the Army. Born in Portsmouth, Virginia, he spent time in Germany and Ft. Leavenworth, KS before his dad retired and his family moved to Augusta, Georgia. He went to middle and high school in Augusta, and then joined the military himself while attending the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY. Upon graduating in 2000 and receiving his commission as a 2LT in the U.S. Army, Stephen attended flight school at Ft. Rucker, AL and learned how to fly helicopters. After graduation from flight school in December 2001 as a UH-60 (Blackhawk) pilot, Stephen served with the 12th Aviation Brigade in Germany and the 101st Airborne Division in Fort Campbell, KY. He completed two combat tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and accumulated more than 1000 flight hours, including more than 800 hours of combat time. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and five Air Medals during over the course of his two deployments.
Stephen decided to leave the Army in 2007 and attended law school at the University of Georgia, graduating in 2010. He continues to work as an attorney, having spent time in a large law firm and with Fortune 500 companies. He currently resides in Savannah, Georgia with his wife and their two sons. He enjoys running and spending time with his family, often out on the water.
Major Jay Yancey is a former U.S. Army Ranger serving from 1997 to 2009. Jay was assigned to the 172nd Separate Infantry Brigade at Fort Wainwright, Alaska before it's inactivation. He was later assigned to the 2/75th Ranger Battalion at Fort Lewis, Washington. Jay eventually was assigned to 3rd ID Headquarters division staff, 1-3 ID Brigade staff and then served as the Company Commander for Bravo Company of the 2-7 Infantry at Fort Stewart. served two tours in Iraq followed by another tour as a security contractor. After injuries sustained in Iraq, Jay returned to the Coastal Empire and opened a restaurant that not only serves great food, but also honors our military. Jay and his wife pay tribute to our veterans and active duty service members through badges displayed on the patriot side of restaurant's bar. Patrons are encouraged to add any genuine badges or interesting artifacts of their own, to honor their service or that of their hero's service as well. He recognizes that all veterans have sacrificed a part of themselves through their service, which should never be taken for granted.
Associate Director for PTSD and Suicide Prevention Awareness
Col. William J. (Bill) Carty Jr. (U.S. Army Special Forces - Retired)
Colonel Carty’s assignment highlights include commanding a Special Forces Company based in Tikrit, Iraq and a Special Operations Task Force overseeing operations in Kandahar, Afghanistan. As a Colonel, he commanded a Special Operations Command (Forward) in the Middle East, training partner nation forces. In his final assignment, Colonel Carty served as the Deputy Commandant of the US Army Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia. There, he oversaw the training of the US Army’s largest branch, from initial entry training of new soldiers to leaders at the senior level of the organization, as well as all special skills training such as Airborne, Ranger, Sniper and reconnaissance training. During this period, Colonel Carty was actively involved in overseeing the integration of women for the first time ever into the Infantry Branch at the new soldier and junior leader level, as well as the opening of Ranger School and other Infantry training to women. Highlights of Colonel Carty’s military training include: The Infantry Officer’s Basic and Advanced Courses, Air Assault School, Airborne and Jumpmaster School, Ranger School, The Special Forces Qualification Course, NATO Winter Warfare Course, British Jungle Warfare Instructor Course, and the Naval Command and General Staff Course.
Bill’s civilian education includes a Master of Science in International Management from Troy
University, Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College and a Security Studies Fellowship at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Bill is currently Managing Member of WJC Consulting, LLC. He speaks regularly on the topics of leadership, counterinsurgency, and terrorism. He also speaks French and Thai.
Colonel Carty’s military awards and decorations include: the Defense Superior Service Medal, three Legions of Merit, three Bronze Star Medals, The Iraqi Campaign Medal, the Afghan Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Support and Expeditionary Medals and, the NATO Medal. He has earned the Combat and Expert Infantryman Badges, the Master Parachutist Badge, the Air Assault Badge, the Special Forces Tab, the Ranger Tab, the Army Staff Badge, as well as Royal Thai Airborne Wings, and the Canadian Parachutist’s Badge. Colonel Carty also holds the Valorous Unit Award, the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, and the Army Superior Unit Award. He is a member of the Special Forces Association, the Special Operations Association, and the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Society as well as the Academy of Management and the Political Science Association.
Colonel Carty has been married to this wife, Cheryl since 1997. They have a daughter and a son. He is an avid hunter and fisherman, fan of Boston professional sports teams, and SEC football. Retired Army Colonel Bill Carty is a full-time faculty member at Middle Georgia State University’s School of Business where he teaches in the Management Department. He is in the process of completing his doctoral dissertation at the University of Florida. Bill previously served as a Colonel in the US Army where he held leadership positions at every rank as an officer in the Army from lieutenant to colonel including: Infantry Rifle and Reconnaissance Platoon Leader, Special Forces Team Leader, Special Forces Company Commander and Battalion Commander, and a Special Operations Command (Forward) in the Middle East. He further served as the Chief of Staff of the Combined-Joint Special Operations Task Force in Afghanistan, and as the Chief of the US Army Staff’s Special Operations Division in the Pentagon.
Michael Gallagher is a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and a diverse business professional with an eclectic background in program management, compliance, training, aviation operations, and law enforcement. He is the Founder and President of Power Dynamics, LLC and has strong leadership and motivational skills and a proven ability to quickly build rapport, establish trust, and train and motivate people of all levels. Michael is known for his professionalism, positive mental attitude, and commitment to excellence which is demonstrated by his ability to interact effectively within all levels of an organization.
Michael’s career in law enforcement sparked his love for psychology and the human mind. He attended Saint Leo University where he graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, while continuing his education and attaining his Master’s in Business Administration.
Michael has worked alongside organizational leadership development teams to help deliver courses about body language and kinesics in the business setting. This experience led Michael to continue to pursue his education, this time in the world of Business Psychology. Michael is currently attending The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a Consulting Track.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Garnett Singleton received his high school education from a town with a large Air Force presence. His uncle and a few cousins were in the Air Force and his mother was a civilian employee at Robins AFB, Ga. This family influence prompted Garnett to enlist in the United States Air Force Reserves. He started his career with the 622nd CLSS at Robins AFB, GA as an Avionics Systems Technician working communication and navigations systems aboard the F-15 aircraft. Due to unit downsizing, his skill set changed to Electro-Environmental Systems Technician which was worked aboard the C-130 aircraft. While at Robins AFB, GA, Garnett held collateral duties as Unit Safety NCO and had the honor of serving as President of Top Three Club before the unit was disbanded, leading to his relocation to Charleston AFB, SC until his retirement in August 2008. As a member of the 315 MXS at Charleston AFB, SC, SMSgt Singleton served as Electro-Environmental Systems Shop Superintendent and held a collateral duty as unit career advisor.
The experience and education that came along with his military career change allowed Garnett to obtain associate degrees in Avionics Systems Technology and Aircraft Maintenance Technology. This education and hands-on experience provided a path to a new career with an industry leading aircraft manufacturer. With his current company, Garnett started as an avionics technician working on the large cabin production aircraft. This experience furthered his experience, allowing him to progress to working in-service aircraft and later to the training department as an aircraft maintenance instructor. During his time as an instructor, Garnett obtained his Federal Aviation Administration Airframe and Powerplant license. His experience and knowledge of aircraft systems led to his current position as a Technical Specialist providing assistance to operators with their aircraft maintenance concerns.
Garnett is the father of three young adults and the grandfather of two lovely granddaughters. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities and getting wind therapy with his motorcycle.
Full Service Fishing
We provide full service inshore fishing opportunities to support disabled veterans. Prior military that provide us with your Veterans Administration proof of eligibility will receive a discount based on the percentage you receive.
Veterans in Motion