David Sharpe serves as Chairman of the board and President for C4H, and Chief Executive Officer of STAX Solutions. He has over 12 years of federal government and military service, having served six years in the United States Air Force Security Forces, eight years in the U.S. Intelligence Community and is now, with a team of an all-veteran workforce, leading an innovative veteran suicide prevention company, STAX Solutions. Sharpe served in various overseas assignments while in the military.

During Sharpe’s tenure in the military, he served in Operations NOBLE EAGLE, ENDURING FREEDOM, MOUNTAIN STORM, SOUTHERN WATCH, NORTHERN WATCH and PROVIDE COMFORT. Sharpe has many various military and civilian awards, to include personal / professional awards. Sharpe has an A.A. in Liberal Arts and a B.A. in Criminology from Saint Leo University and is a Certified Veteran Peer Specialist. He is originally from St. Simons Island, Georgia where he currently resides with his wife, Jenny, their son, Dax, and their daughter, Stella Mabel.




Missie O’Neal grew up in Northeastern Pennsylvania. After attending undergraduate college in PA and graduate school in New York, she was a college basketball coach at both Elmira College and the United States Military Academy at West Point. She then served as a Family Readiness Group leader, an executive with the Broad River Group, and most recently worked with the Warrior Care and Transition Directorate in Arlington, Virginia as a member of their Communications and Policy teams. Missie and her family have lived all over the world and are currently stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia with the 3rd Infantry Division. They are active in the military community serving Soldiers and their Families. She and her husband, Scott have three children: Brennan, Patrick, and Ellie as well as two rescued dogs Annie and Lucky.




Rachel is a summa cum laude graduate from the College of Coastal Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. During her time at college, she became a Golden Key International Society member and a recipient of the Provost’s award, among many other achievements. She is a very upbeat individual and loves spending time with her family and friends. Rachel is the spouse of a first responder. Currently, Rachel resides in Georgia with her husband, daughter, German Shephard, rescue cat, and red-tailed hawk. Prior to beginning her adventure with Companions For Heroes, Rachel worked in her grandmother’s bakery as a cake decorator all while attending college as a full time student. She is a very education-oriented person, constantly intrigued by the possibility of learning new things.




Jennifer Wolfe spent her younger years raised in Maryland, then moved down south to Georgia in her early teens. She was trained and has worked as a veterinary technician, worked as a volunteer for the US Army 3rd Infantry Division Family Readiness Group, and was the previous Georgia state leader for the nonprofit organization, Pinups for Patriots whose mission is to serve our military, veterans, first responders, and their families by hosting fundraisers, family events, and events to create morale.
Jen is a military spouse of a combat veteran. She enjoys spending time with her family, dogs, and chickens. She also loves volunteering and making a difference. Currently she resides in Georgia with her husband and 3 children.




Sarah Redding is a Colorado Native who has spent the past fifteen years in the southern region of America. Having been stationed between Fort Bragg and Fort Benning as a proud Army Ranger wife. She has served many volunteer roles to include, Family Readiness Group Leader, Care Team Leader and State Co- Leader of the Nonprofit Pinups for Patriots. Sarah has always felt a strong desire to serve and give back to the Military community. She has focused her profession working as an Optician in Private Ophthalmology practices over the past eight years. Sarah and her husband are currently stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina with the 82nd Airborne Division. Together Sarah and her husband have three children Zared, Xyanne and Dorian as well as two rescue dogs Satie, and Chaos.




Jordan Studstill was born and raised in northern Maine, a natural wonderland that from a young age was explored with a dog by her side.  She was raised with country values and taught a respect of the freedoms she enjoyed so dearly; and those who made them possible. She was gifted her first dog at age 12. From that day forward she was hooked on dogs. She self-trained him as well as many others over the years. She has always had a special relationship with dogs, even aggressive and misunderstood dogs. As she grew up, she married and became a military wife, relocating to Fort Myer, VA.  She got to experience the deeply woven connection that military members and their families have to each other and the undeniable need for help for those military members who were suffering in silence.  Jordan had her own personal need for assistance and found comfort in a German Shepherd named Kimber.  Kimber became her ever faithful service dog, helping guide her through the hardships her life had presented.  That is when Jordan found her true purpose, helping others to train their dog to assist them the way Kimber had assisted her. Jordan and her two daughters relocated to Georgia to be closer to family and with the move came a new opportunity to help a cause that she was fiercely passionate about; helping those in need of a service dog.  Jordan became a part of the Companions For Heroes family as our Saint Simons Island trainer.  Her expertise, knowledge and connection to C4H shined from day one.  Jordan is now a full-time training and programs director and she is looking forward to helping as many heroes as possible!