Our veteran-led board shapes the direction of the Foundation and ensures that the focus of all initiatives are tied back to the mission of No One Left Behind Foundation.

Jim Crawford
Executive Director


Retired Central Florida Rancher Jim Crawford is the guiding force behind the No One Left Behind Foundation.  Upon returning from Vietnam in 1967, where he served with the Army’s 27th Combat Engineer Battalion, Crawford began his 43-year career as a Florida cattleman, leading operations for some of the largest ranches in Florida.  His personal experiences upon returning from war shaped the vision of the organization, and provided inspiration in this next chapter of his life as a way to give back to those returning from today’s conflicts.  Crawford’s passion for hunting, fishing, and recreational activities have helped in his recovery, and he now passes that passion on to our current retuning service members battling similar scars.

Jeremiah Workman

Staff Sergeant Jeremiah Workman is a nine-year combat veteran of the United States Marine Corps. After returning from combat, he was awarded the Navy Cross for actions in Fallujah, Iraq. Born and raised in Ohio, Workman has spent the majority of his time since retiring from the Marine Corps traveling the country raising awareness and addressing several important veterans’ issues that affect returning service members. He is currently employed with the Department of Veterans Affairs, helping injured veterans receive the care they need.  Workman is the author of Shadow of the Sword.

Philip Levine


Philip Levine is a combat wounded veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He left for boot-camp on October 30, 2001 at the age of 27. He attended school in New York City studying film and working before he enlisted. After being wounded December 2004 in Fallujah, Iraq, Levine medically retired from the Marine Corps.  Later, he would graduate with a degree in Visual Arts from Cal State University San Marcos in San Diego. Additionally, Levine completed the Entrepreneurship Boot Camp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) at Purdue University Krannert School of Management.  He is also the Chairperson for the Veteran Participant Selection Committee at the No One Left Behind Foundation.

Matt Hammond

GySgt Matt Hammond is a 16-year veteran of the United State Marine Corps and is currently stationed at Camp Pendleton in San Diego.  Hammond comes from a family with a long military history including both parents who retired after extensive careers in the US Army.  After leaving the USMC and serving in a reserve capacity, Hammond was recalled in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he had multiple deployments, and was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in action in Fallujah, Iraq.  In his spare time, Hammond enjoys engaging in recreational activities in Southern California including biking, hiking, and surfing.

Noah Galloway

A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Sergeant Noah Galloway was assigned to the 1st of the 502nd Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Just three months in to his second tour of duty, Galloway lost his left arm (above the elbow) and left leg (above the knee) in an Improvised Explosive Device attack. After a long stint in recovery and rehabilitation, Galloway did what many disabled veterans do, became withdrawn, out of shape and depressed. The former fitness fanatic and hyper competitive athlete found his life spiraling downward. Late one night, he took a long look in the mirror and realized there was more to his life than the injuries. From that point, Galloway set a goal to get back in shape, be healthier, and inspire others. He now resides in Alabaster, Alabama and is employed as a personal trainer and motivational speaker.

Mark Robinson


Mark Robinson is a Marketing Director for UnitedHealthcare, the nation’s largest health insurance company. He currently oversees commercial and individual marketing for UnitedHealthcare’s Florida operation, which serves nearly 2 million members.  He is responsible for planning, development, implementation, review and coordination of UnitedHealthcare’s short and long term marketing strategies across the state.  A native of Minnesota, Robinson graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in Marketing and Communications.  Although now living in Florida, he still finds his way back home to enjoy all the Midwest has to offer.

Alan Ashlock

Alan Ashlock has served as President of Crane Rental Corporation since 1984.  Located in Central Florida, Crane Rental Corporation provides heavy hauling and specialized rigging services from 15-825 tons across the United States. Ashlock is the founding member of the Florida Crane Owners Council and serves in various capacities for other industry and professional organizations.  His support of the military stems from a long line of family members that have served in various conflicts including his father who served in the Navy during the Korean War, his cousin who gave the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot, and nephew who is an Iraq War veteran.

Dan Holder

Dan Holder is a Battalion Chief with the Seminole County Fire Department in Central Florida, where he is currently serving in the Fire Training division overseeing training for the department.  In addition to his current role Dan is also a member of the Florida Task Force 4 (FL-TF4) Urban Search and Rescue Team and has been deployed to multiple natural disasters across the Southeast US, including Hurricane Katrina.  Prior to his current role as Battalion Chief, Dan served on the counties Special Hazards and Operations Team (SHOT).  Born and raised in Florida, Dan has an understanding and appreciation for the state’s natural resources.  As an avid outdoorsman he shares his love for hunting and fishing with others, and can often be found mentoring those just entering the sport.