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- Meet The VMA Family -
Founder & CEO
Zach started Veterans Moving America during his last semester at Texas Christian University in an effort to provide support and opportunity to veterans. Zach graduated with a BBA in both Entrepreneurial Management and Supply Chain Management. Zach’s vision for VMA is driven by his desire to provide opportunity to as many veterans as possible.
Senior Driver & Team Leader
Austen (USAF '07 - '09) graduated from L. D. Bell High school in Hurst Texas, he joined the United States Air Force the following year. After an exemplary performance in basic training he went on to become part of the Security Forces 2nd bomber wing squadron located at Barksdale Air force base in Shreveport. He later deployed to Ali Al Salem air base in Kuwait with the 386th ESFS. He earned the “Air Force Expeditionary Service with Gold Bar” and “Expeditionary Global War on Terror” ribbons. After his service he had a son “Lucian” and became engaged to the love of his life “Ashley”. He is goal-oriented and loves challenges, he joined Veterans Moving America in February 2014 and honors family, friends and veterans.
Moving Specialist, Driver
Johnnie “John” Parker (US Army ’86 – ‘88) graduated from Grand Prairie High School in 1982 and attended Stephen F. Austin on a football scholarship. In 1986, John enlisted in the US Army and was stationed in California where his leadership was recognized in basic and advanced training. John went on to become a Platoon Leader and was given the responsibilities of a Construction Engineer Repairer. John was later relocated to Schofield Barracks in Hawaii where he served until being honorably discharged in 1988.
Moving Specialist, Driver
Michael (US Air Force '10 - '14) graduated from Norwin High School in North Huntington, PA and went on to attend ITT Technical Institute to pursue and obtain an Associates Degree in Computer and Electronics Engineering. After graduating from ITT Tech, Michael joined the US Air Force in 2010 and spent 9 months training to become an Aircraft Technician for the F-15 fighter jet. During his 4 years in the Air Force, Michael was stationed in Okinawa Japan, Malaysia, Guam, Alaska, and Florida. As a part of the 67th Fighter Wing, he earned many "High Flier" awards for outstanding service/maintenance on his designated aircraft. After being honorably discharged in 2014, Michael chose to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Business Finance.
Arthur (US Army ’78 – ’81) graduated from Georgetown High School in 1977 and enlisted with the US Army in 1978. He completed his basic and AIT training at Fort Bliss and was stationed at Fort Riley in the 1st Infantry Battalion. Arthur Served at Fort Riley for 14 months before serving in Korea for about one year. After returning from his tour in Korea, Arthur served for an additional 2 years in the 2nd Armor Division at Fort Hood before being honorably discharged in 1981.
Eric (US Navy Reserves '14 - Present) was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX, graduated from Boswell High School, and joined the US Navy Reserves in 2014. After completing basic training in Chicago, IL, Eric spent a year in school to eventually become a 7th Fleet Mineman. He enjoys working out, eating all types of food, and watching movies.
Brandon D. Ivory served in the U.S. Navy from 1994 to 1998. He attended boot camp at Great Lakes, IL. His first duty station was in Bremerton, WA onboard the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier, where he was an Aviation Ordinance Man. He got to see the world while serving in 2 West Pac tours. After his honorable discharge he continued to work helping others as much as possible, as this was one of many great things he learned during his military service. He joined Veterans Moving America in July 2014. He is customer-oriented and enjoys working with fellow veterans.