COLORADO MILITARY ACADEMY
LeeAnn "Nicole" Roberts
A former engineer and businessman, Rob Stannard was a specialist in the improvement of logistical and human systems. He had a particular expertise in the use (and misuse) of technology in problem-solving.
In education, Stannard’s passion has been for STEM, English language learners and Gifted & Talented, as well as a holistic approach to student development. Classroom experience as a middle school math teacher ignited an early interest in school improvement and the need for innovation in raising expectations for all students.
Stannard’s previous experience includes Assessment Coordinator for an intercity charter school, the Director of Student Services for the Charter School Institute and Superintendent of the Yuma-1 school district. Stannard was one of the founders of the Colorado Digital BOCES, he also ran (and was one of the founders) of a STEM/Aerospace-based learning center at the Wings Over The Rockies Air & Space Museum.
Although never on active duty with the military, CMA families may be interested to hear that Stannard attended The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, a family tradition. Seeking a second career, he entered the graduate school leadership program at Denver University to obtain licensure in 2002.
LeeAnn “Nicole” Roberts is a proud Colorado Native that enlisted in the Army in 1990 as a Military Policeman. She graduated from Officer Candidate School in 1998 and was commissioned into the United States Army. After completing her inter-service transfer in 2001, Nicole entered the United States Air Force.
Throughout her career, she has performed duties as a Squad Leader, Corrections NCO, Drill Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Platoon Leader and Company Commander. As a Security Forces Officer she has performed a vast array of duties ranging from Tactical Response Force Commander, Squadron commander multiple times, Commandant of Cadet Candidates at the USAF Academy as well as Deputy Group Commander.
Nicole has deployed multiple times as well as served as an operational branch chief at the Major Command level. Nicole has been married for 20 years and has two daughters.
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Reggie Ash is a 24-year veteran of the United States Air Force whose final assignment prior to retiring was that of Commander of the 21st Mission Support Group at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs.
Ash has extensive experience leading large multi-tiered business units in business strategy development and execution and has collaborated alongside start-ups and turn-arounds with a focus in the defense industry. He has expertise in planning, developing, and integrating strategic IT business initiatives into workable solutions and is skilled in successfully uniting diverse groups, including global partners, to achieve strategic goals. Ash is an accomplished mentor to senior leaders and developing executives.