Meet Our Board of Directors

CEO & Founder

Rob Langston

Rob is an Air Force Veteran. He retired after 24 years of service. He also has LEO experience. Rob lives in Newton Texas. After going through his own struggles and seeing the struggles of others especially after his friend joined the 22 a day he decided to start his own foundation. He is truly dedicated to giving back and helping end veteran and first responder suicide.


Lee Wallace

Lee is the current owner and president of Tip Top Roofing Co. Inc. and the president of W2 Services Inc. Having been blessed with prosperity in his professional career Lee has strived to give back to the men and women of our armed forces, law enforcement and first responders who have made it possible for all Americans to enjoy the freedoms god has given this great country. He has served as the past president of Warrior Shield Foundation, as a longtime supporter of and volunteer for Wounded Warrior outdoors, and as a current board member of the Florida Wildlife Alert Association representing the North East region of Florida’s Wildlife and Conservation Commission (East Central Florida area).


Pablo Martinez

A US Air Force veteran and current engineer for NASA’s Artemis Program at the Kennedy Space Center launch facility, Pablo has a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Physics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) and provides personal defense and weapons instruction. He has experience volunteering and working fundraising and special events with worthy foundations such as the 14th Hour Foundation, Arthritis Foundation, and special projects honoring Medal of Honor recipient Don Jenkins.

Sergeant of Arms

David Barton

David is a real estate broker and investor in Atlanta Georgia. As a Veteran himself, David loves to ride his motorcycle, especially rides that support other veterans and their families. David is a mentor with the Georgia Patriot Guard Riders and is honored to stand and show his respect to the heroes that signed the dotted line.


Rebecca Schneider

Rebecca is a CPA licensed in the state of Texas. Following her retirement from a career in corporate accounting and financial reporting, Rebecca developed a deep passion for firearms and tactical training. It was through this training, and the friendships made there, that Rebecca found the opportunity to support, give back, and make a difference in the lives of our Heroes.​


Shelly Morgenstein

Michelle is a licensed real estate agent with 30 years of commercial real estate experience in every facet of the industry. Michelle is passionate about our military, veterans, and first responders. She served as the Phoenix lead for VetNet (Veteran’s Network) in Arizona that focuses on engagement & long-term careers for military men and women. Making a positive impact in the lives of our veterans and their families is where Michelle finds her happiness. In 2019, Michelle was involved in a horrific car accident that broke her right side of her body and she sustained head trauma. Each day presents its difficulties both physically and mentally. A new normal can be challenging some days, but Michelle has always maintained a Never Quit and Forever Forward attitude.