Board of Directors
Chairman, Jeff Breininger '85
Jeff Breininger is a 1985 graduate of the Air Force Academy and served for seven years as an Air Force T-38 instructor and C-5 pilot. After leaving the Air Force, Jeff earned an MBA in Finance from the J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern. He has held positions in business unit management at both KLA-Tencor and Loral Space & Communications. Jeff is currently a Vice President at Morgan Stanley.
Please feel free to contact Jeff
Director of Policy and Public Affairs,Tricia Heller '87
Tricia Heller is a 1987 graduate of the US Air Force Academy and served for over fifteen years as an Air Force C-141 and C-9 pilot. Trish received her Juris Doctorate from Saint Louis University and also served as an Air Force Capitol Hill Fellow for Senator Max Cleland in 2000. She has extensive experience in legislative, political and legal consulting, and is currently the General Counsel for a small business in Colorado. Tricia and her domestic partner Regina Brown live in Windsor Colorado.
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Greg Mooneyham '87
Greg Mooneyham is a 1987 graduate of the US Air Force Academy and served for seven and a half years as an Air Force A-10 fighter pilot. After leaving the Air Force, Greg entered Corporate America as an Account Executive with Johnson Controls Inc. He is an entrepreneur and business owner and has been active in supporting LGBT causes. Greg lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Kathleen Robbins '68
Kathleen Robbins is a 1968 graduate of the Air Force Academy and served for seven years as an Air Force C-130 navigator and instructor. She has more than 20 years of executive experience in the information communications technology industry with eight years as CEO of a cellular company. Kathleen has been working in Haiti since fall 2006 to create FonkoSel Aktive pa Digicel, a replication of the Grameen Bank village phone program. She is currently working as the Director of Clean Energy with an international development company.
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Kevin Highfield '87
Kevin Highfield is a 1987 graduate of the US Air Force Academy and served for twenty three years as an Air Force Electronic Warfare Officer, primarily in the RC-135 Rivet Joint. He was a distinguished graduate of the Weapons School, Commander of the 23rd Information Operations Squadron developing tactics for cyberspace operations, International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Command EWO for all Afghanistan operations, and Assistant for Sensitive Operations for Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (USDI), briefing the Secretary of Defense and overseeing DoD’s worldwide Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance operations. Before retiring, Kevin was the Air Force’s chief of cyberspace transformation that stood up the new cyber command. Kevin is currently working in the Pentagon assisting the Army’s efforts to establish electronic warfare as a core competency. He has been active in many LGBT causes and just completed a term as a board member of the Service Academy Gay and Lesbian Alumni (SAGALA) organization. Kevin lives in Washington, DC.
Please feel free to contact Kevin here at Blue Alliance. ￼