Dallas Bozeman — Veteran Care Director

Dallas Bozeman graduated from James E. Taylor High and soon thereafter joined the United States Air Force.  Dallas graduated from the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal School in 2004, and his career took him all over world, serving in Europe, Asia and the Middle East as he served four combat tours to Iraq as well as Southern and Eastern Afghanistan.  Dallas has been married to his wife Kimberly for 10 years and has 3 children. His combat recognitions include The Bronze Star, (2) Purple Hearts, and numerous other Commendations. He was also recognized as the Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year (Military Technician) and Air Combat Command Pitsenbarger Award for Heroism.  After completing 11 years of active duty service, Dallas Bozeman decided it was time for a new chapter with his family and a chance to pursue his passion for leadership and changing lives.  Via OATH’s rollout of VALOR, a new program geared towards helping our men be the men that they have been called to be, Dallas is helping to bring new meaning to our OATH male veterans.   Please join us as we welcome Dallas to our wonderful family, and should you have any questions about his role at OATH, please feel free to email him here !

Don McDonald — Task Force Change Director

OATH, Inc. is pleased and blessed to announce the addition of Don McDonald as Task Force Change Director.  In this capacity, Don’s chief role will be to manage the Task Force Change program nationwide by adding businesses and companies to our partner list via an established team in the OATH state chapters, as well as the OATH Regional Chapters.  OATH counts herself extremely fortunate to have Don’s experience, friendship and devotion in her ranks, and we invite you to help us welcome Don to the OATH faithful family !!!   Should you be a Business Owner or Company Owner that would like to join the Task Force Change program, please feel free to contact Don directly.