The Army Heritage Center Foundation is proud to announce that five new members have been elected to serve on its Board of Directors: Dr. Gracie Galloway, Jeffrey Moore, LTG (Ret.) Peter Vangjel, The Honorable Kenneth Wong, and Lee Woolley.

“We have a very active and dedicated Board of Directors. Each possesses a background of leadership and service–in the military or in the civic and corporate worlds.” said Julie Germany, President of the Army Heritage Center Foundation. “They lead by example, and their dedication to the cause of preserving individual soldier stories has provided the foundation with a support system of determination, loyalty, and vision.”

Dr. Gracie Galloway is a nurse practitioner at The Community Free Clinic in Concord, North Carolina. She has spent over 40 years dedicated to the care and welfare of the underprivileged, veterans, the homeless, and children with food insecurity. From 1967-1970, Grace Liem Galloway was in Vietnam volunteering with Catholic Relief Services. She cared for victims of rape and children of victims of rape.

Jeffrey Moore is the Recruiting Lead at Greencastle Consulting. Jeff was a Senior Human Resources Supervisor for the Pennsylvania Army National Guard prior to retirement after 25 years of total service.  He has been awarded numerous awards that included, but are not limited to, four Meritorious Service Medals, Iraqi Campaign Medal (with Campaign Device), Career Counselor Badge, Pennsylvania Distinguished Service Medal, Adjutant Generals’ Corps Regimental Association’s COL Robert L. Manning Achievement Medal, and The Knight of the Honorable Order of Saint Michael.

LTG (Ret.) Peter Vangjel has led and commanded at every level including Deputy Commanding General, US Army Central Command and Commanding General of Ft Sill. He retired from military service in February 2015 as the US Army Inspector General. After retirement, he served as the Vice President for Raytheon’s Global Training Solutions business unit in Orlando Florida, continuing to serve Soldiers. He currently serves as President and Owner of V3 Strategies and Solutions, LLC, a consulting organization focused on management consulting and leader coaching.

The Honorable Kenneth Wong has been in the risk management industry for the past 38 years. In 2004 he served on the President’s Commission for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders with an emphasis in economic development, appointed by President George W. Bush. Later In 2012, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett appointed Mr. Wong to serve as the Chairman of the Governor’s Advisory Commission for Asian Americans. ​In April 2017, Mr. Wong was appointed, through the Office of the Secretary of the Army, the Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army. In addition to roles at the Federal and State level, Mr. Wong is equally active locally with service as a member of many boards.

Lee James Woolley is the Head of Banking Strategy for Metallicus, Inc. and is leading the national efforts of a group of investors to acquire a bank.  Prior to joining Metallicus, Lee was the President of BNY Mellon Wealth Management’s Mid-Atlantic Region stretching from Philadelphia through Washington, D.C. Before joining BNY Mellon, Lee was with The Northern Trust Company for over 20 years and served as the managing director of National Advisory Services in Chicago and as President of the New England Region in Boston. Lee currently serves on the boards of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, the World Affairs Council, the Independence Historical Trust, North Central College, and the Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA.  Lee is a 2022 attendee of the U.S. Army War College’s National Security Seminar.

The Army Heritage Center Foundation helps the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center realize its full potential as a hub of knowledge and expertise for the military, government, academia, and American public. More information can be found at armyheritage.org.


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