The Honorable Captain William Schubert
Logistics & Transport Committee
Captain Schubert will lead logistics for our Covid-19 Response Team.
Captain Schubert served as Maritime Administrator for the US Maritime Administration (MARAD) from 2001 to 2005. Major accomplishments during his tenure as maritime administrator include reform of U.S. EXIM Bank and Maritime Administration policies and procedures, reauthorization of the Maritime Security Program, tax reform for the U.S. maritime industry, and the successful negotiation and implementation of bilateral maritime agreements with China, Brazil, and Russia.
After serving as Maritime Administrator Captain Schubert returned to Houston, Texas, and provides ECA finance, maritime transportation and US Government relations consulting services through his company International Trade & Transportation, Inc. (IT&T).
Dung Trinh, MD
Medical Services Committee
Dr. Trinh will lead our coordination with local medical organizations.
Dung Trinh, MD is the Chief Medical Officer of Irvine Clinical Research, a Board Member for Alzheimer’s Orange County, a physician with MemorialCare, and is a medical missionary with TongueOut Medical Missions. He is a keynote speaker, best-selling author and educator who speaks throughout Orange County on various preventative health topics.
Technical Services Committee Chairman
Rick is the Founder and CEO of KeyOptions, an innovative technology company with 30 years experience working in technology innovation & integration and a military career spanning 35 years in the Australian Army Special Forces (Reserve).
Rick has a wealth of experience in systems integration, server technologies and systems and information security, focused around technology innovation for smart and secure cities and communities. Rick’s experience has made him a sought after consultant for technology integration in Corporate and Government environments.
Harvey W. Beverly
Technical Services Committee
Mr. Beverly served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from 1971-2001, with key experience in procedure development, process improvement and automation during the corps transition from manual record keeping and operations to digital operations.
After his years with the U.S. Corp of Engineers, Harvey worked for the City of Ventura to modernize its field and survey operations. Mr. Beverly has also served at Chevron Energy Systems as a Construction Manager for technical and construction services.
Daniel Casara, served his country proudly with the United States Army for nearly 15 years. He was deployed to South Baghdad, Iraq in 2005, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. During that deployment, his M113 Armored Personnel Carrier rolled over an anti-tank mine, killing 2, and injuring 4 (Casara included). Since then, Casara has undergone 24 surgeries and countless hours of physical therapy. In continuance of serving, this proud patriot has worked with nearly 30 nonprofit organizations (across the country) that support military and disabled communities and their families since 2006.
Daniel ran for a Congressional seat in 2018. Now, retired in Southern California, Casara continues to use his military, security, and interpersonal skills at his church and with other factions in California.