We are assembling a team of sponsorship coordinators across the USA to help drive our initiatives by arranging donations and developing strategic partnerships. 


The primary mission for our sponsorship coordinators is to generate donations that will enable our foundation to establish small businesses nationwide that will be veteran-operated and veteran-owned.


Luke Flowers, Sr. is a resident of Bellingham (WA) and a veteran of the US Army who served four tours of duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Mr. Flowers enlisted in 2000, served nine years on active duty, earned his commission after graduating from Liberty University, then served as a platoon commander and in other assignments as an officer. After retiring from the Army, he returned to school to earn a degree in Maritime Technology and now works in that industry. We are honored to have Mr. Flowers on our team and look forward to serving with him to fulfill the goals of our foundation to help veterans in need and others in peril. #ActionsNotWords


Regan Gray, a Marketing and Communications Major from the University of West Alabama and spouse to a veteran of the US Army, feels called upon to wholeheartedly support our country’s servicemen and women. She plans to utilize her education in digital marketing, public relations, and design to spread our foundation's message. We were very fortunate to find Regan and look forward to a long and fulfilling partnership with her on our team of sponsorship coordinators. Her energy and enthusiasm are quite remarkable considering the birth of her son, Damon, within the past year! Regan has a valuable skillset that will greatly support our missions and objectives. Roll Tide!


Originally from Pennsylvania, Tiffany lives near Huntsville (AL) along with her loving husband and two amazing kiddos, Scott (born in 2019) and Cecillia (2020). She has proudly served in both the Air Force Reserves and Navy. In addition to her family life, Tiffany recently earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from American Military University! Unless she's getting lost in a good book, you'll find her gardening, baking, and writing. Our foundation was very fortunate to link up with Tiffany; she is truly a dynamic, talented person and is devoted to helping us make a difference in the lives of those in need. It's so great to have another veteran on our team of sponsorship coordinators!


Chris Krutzsch comes from a military family. In fact, he was fortunate enough to have his father (CW2, retired) enlist him into the Army in 2004! And in a very cool coincidence, the first duty station for both Chris and his father was 2-6 INF in Baumholder (Germany). After two deployments to Iraq, Mr. Krutzsch finished his Army career in 2011 at Aberdeen Proving Ground. He would later earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management from Wilmington University and now works tirelessly for veterans. Chris and his wife, AshLeigh, reside in New Jersey with their three children. Like our other sponsorship coordinators, we are lucky to have his talents on our team to help build our foundation nationwide.


Keri Fauteaux is a resident of the Pacific Northwest, comes from a long line of veterans, and is passionate about helping veterans achieve their goals. She has earned her Paralegal AAS through Spokane Community College and her Bachelor’s degree in Public Service Administration through Whitworth University. Mrs. Fauteaux achieved those degrees while working full-time and raising six children! Outside of work, Keri and her family enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, and hunting. She is also an artist at heart who enjoys painting landscape scenery. Our foundation is going to rely on her for sage advice as we continue to grow and expand our programs for veterans!


Kimberly Thomas, the daughter of a Navy veteran, graduated from the University of Memphis with a BBA in Accounting. Her background in education and small non-profit development will be incredible assets for our foundation. The mother of two, son Billy III and daughter Kristian, Ms. Thomas enjoys traveling, sports (Go Tigers!), interior design and decorating, and reading. She is very excited to demonstrate all aspects of development and to achieve her goals of raising the levels of accountability, transparency, and effectiveness for our foundation. We knew during our first conversation with Kimberly that she was special and we cannot wait to work together to help veterans.


Meet Morgan Grecheski, our new friend from Cedar Springs (MI) and the wife of a Marine Corps veteran. She graduated from Ferris State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Addiction Studies and has tirelessly served those in the justice system who have faced struggles with substance use disorders. When Morgan is not spending time with her husband and stepson, she loves to cook, read, and hike when the opportunity presents itself. In the very near future, Morgan plans to attend the Michigan State University College of Law with the intention of supporting families and children in need of representation and advocacy. Like all of our sponsorship coordinators, we applaud her efforts!  

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Since graduating from the University of Pittsburgh’s Master of Arts in Teaching program in 2013, John Brown Jr. has spent the majority of the past decade as an English Language Arts teacher and Academic Counselor. He is now bringing his passion for helping those in need to our foundation by not only generating donations for our programs, but also by spreading awareness of the issues affecting our cherished veterans. John is also joining our team at The Cuddy Family Foundation for Veterans in the hopes that his children, Rory and Lilah, will adopt an ideology of philanthropy, awareness, and love for all by witnessing the generosity of so many intent on helping our veterans.  #BeExcellentToEachOther


Cory Carlisle lives in North Ogden (UT) and finds his greatest joy in life with his wife and three kids. This USMC veteran was awarded a Purple Heart for injuries he sustained in Fallujah, Iraq (2004) and was later medically retired. Cory earned a BS in Psychology at the University of Utah; while there, he led research on suicide stigma under the academic supervision of one of the nation's leading suicidologists. Cory later earned a Master's in Business Administration at Weber State University. His hobbies include outdoor activities, video games, and drawing. Cory finds purpose in helping other veterans and looks forward to this new opportunity to bring his time and skills to our foundation. Semper Fi.

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Katie Vitale-Lloyd is an active duty USCG wife and comes from a long line of Army and CG veterans. While at various duty stations on the east coast, she worked at national and local nonprofits as a case manager for children/adults and also as a community outreach manager in development. Concurrent to her focus on small businesses and raising her three children, Katie recently completed her BA in Entrepreneurship! She is co-founder and President of the Board of Directors at Little Pink Ribbon Girl Foundation, a foundation established in memory of her late sister. She hopes to combine her experiences as a social worker with her entrepreneurial skills to help make real changes for veterans.


Julia S. earned a Doctorate of Philosophy in Clinical Health Science from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She has been actively engaged in the study of how to keep open conversations and how to support balanced differences in opinions to benefit all. Improving lives and the ability to stay focused and productive can mean a lot for so many who have served in the military. Veterans are no strangers on how to maintain peak performance levels, yet documented wellness pitfalls are still staggeringly high. Julia believes in providing the vulnerable with innovative solutions for their positive transformations and is now involved with our foundation to help pursue these key objectives.


Sarah Pollack has worn many hats over the years. She has been a managing editor, editor-in-chief, marketing specialist, production and publications specialist for a large military contractor in Georgetown, a mom, and most importantly a support for her husband who is a disabled veteran. Sarah earned her B.A. in Communication Processes with a Journalism emphasis from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She and her husband, who served two tours of duty, work every day to deal with the effects of the war. They have experienced what veterans go through after getting out of the military. Sarah hopes that her role as a sponsorship coordinator and assistant editor for our foundation will give her the tools she needs to inspire hope and really make a difference for our nation's heroes. 

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Alex Tisch is the new mother of a beautiful baby boy and will soon be married to an active duty member of the USCG. She graduated with a Bachelor's in Community Health Promotions from Illinois State University. Alex's goal is to help her community however she can as she journeys through her career. She has always had a great interest in mental health and trying to learn how to close the gap in health disparity in our country. When Alex is not at work, you can find her hiking, camping, taking photos of nature, and exploring nearby towns to learn something new! And when she is not out adventuring, you can find her inside baking something sweet for her family and friends. Alex is a fantastic addition to our team!

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Payton Warner, originally from Massachusetts, currently lives in Virginia with her fiancee Daniella. The two went to college together at Norwich University in Northfield Vermont. Upon graduation, Payton commissioned in the USMC and served as an Adjutant in Camp Lejeune, NC. She also deployed to Jordan to serve as an Information Operations Officer JSOC. After getting out in 2020, Payton learned the art of stand-up comedy through the Armed Services Arts Partnership and now instructs incoming class members. She and another veteran comedian own and operate Wicked Comedy, producing shows all over the DMV area. Never stop laughing!


Sarah Riel is the boy mom of a 4-year-old and was recently married. She's also a proud dog mom to a Pug and a German Shepherd! Sarah earned her Bachelor's in Information Technology and is a lover of all things green, cooking, gardening, and especially enjoys cycling and water sports in the great outdoors. Of utmost importance? She is a renowned (and professional) mac and cheese maker! Sarah has a passion for people and simply loves to help others. Her desire to assist the community of military veterans is connected to her personal relationships with family and friends because she is well-versed with their struggles and challenges. Welcome to the team, Sarah!

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Pete Huggins recently retired from the Army after 22 years of service that included four total deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. During most of his career, Pete flew medical evacuation Blackhawk helicopters. It was during Flight School that he met his wife, Molly. The Huggins Family, now comprised of five children and assorted pets, have settled in Floresville, Texas. Pete currently works remotely for a national transportation company out of Springfield, Tennessee. Since retiring, Pete has actively searched for an opportunity to continue to serve in one capacity or another. He is passionate about people and is especially excited to help others who voluntarily served our nation. Pete is motivated and ready to gain momentum in South Texas for TCFFFV!


Sarah Dysinger CMP/CTA lives in Grand Rapids (MI). She has been in the events industry for 16+ years and working hands on in it for 7+ years. In 2021, Sarah was awarded the Meeting Professionals International Michigan Chapter (MPIMI) Virtual Planner of the Year award and in 2022 she was awarded the MPIMI Rising Star Award. She also recently took the position of Vice President of Education on the Board of Directors for MPIMI. When she’s not busy planning an event for someone else, Sarah is busy planning her wedding, snuggling her niece and nephew, grabbing a beer at a local brewery, or finding a new trail to hike. Our foundation is fortunate to have this dynamic and energetic person on our team.


Courtney Williamson was born and raised in Minnesota and joined the Air Force when she was 20 years old. During her service, she worked as a Pharmacy Technician, completed her B.A. in Holistic Health, and also became a certified personal trainer. She met her husband Travez, who was also on active duty in the USAF, while stationed in Florida and they have three dogs: Charlie, Kobe, and Kennedy. Courtney recently separated from the military after 11 years of service to be a stay-at-home mama to her 5-month-old daughter, Zara, who is her little ray of sunshine. She enjoys the outdoors, going on long walks, and has recently gotten into running. Courtney hopes to help raise awareness about the importance of mental health to ensure that veterans have the chance to regain their sense of purpose and zest for life!