Senior Vice President - Military Affairs
Terrance D. McWilliams joined El Pomar Foundation in 2007. He currently serves as Senior Vice President of Military and Veteran Affairs and Director of the Wildland Fire Fund. He implements programs to provide direct services and support to the Colorado military community, including service members and their families. Terrance served in the Army for over 30 years and was the 7th Infantry Division and Fort Carson Command Sergeant Major.
Terrance serves on the Board of Directors for the Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center, Southeast Armed Services YMCA, Colorado Springs Military Affairs Committee, the USO advisory board, the Salvation Army Colorado Springs, Peak Military Care Network, Pikes Peak Community College Advisory Board and Operation TBI Freedom Advisory Board.
Terrance earned an associate degree from Hawaii Pacific University and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio.
“I have been in Colorado for 30 years and appreciate the friendly atmosphere and sense of inclusion and community.”