Jack Zeigler is the Chief Executive Officer,Advanced Computer Learning Company (ACLC), LLC. Since 2015, ACLC has grown from $250,000 to a projected $11M in annualrevenue for 2022. ACLC is aService-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business and Small Business Administration8(a) Business Development Program participant that provides products andservices for commercial and government customers. Core competencies include Training & Education,Mission Support, Medical Training, and Technology Integration. Primary customers include the NuclearRegulatory Commission, the Department of Defense, and the Veterans HealthAdministration.
Jack had a distinguished career with the U.S. Army(Colonel retired), spending most of his 30 years of military service with U.S.Army Special Forces. His last military assignment was Chief of Staff, IraqiNational Counter-Terrorism Force Transition Team in Baghdad, Iraq. He is aformer commander of the 1st Special Warfare Training Group, and he commandedthe 3d Battalion, 3d Special Forces Group (Airborne). Jack’s other SpecialOperations Forces tours include Inspector General, U.S. Army Special OperationsCommand and Chief of Staff, U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Centerand School.
Jack earned a B.S. Degree in Mathematics fromPresbyterian College, a M.A. Degree in Systems Management from the Universityof Denver, and a M.S. Degree in Strategic Arts from the U.S. Army War College.He currently serves on the Advisory Board for Darley Defense Corporation, aleader in providing high quality, innovative products and services to FirstResponders, Warfighters, and Homeland Security Professionals, worldwide.
Kathryn Cox is an executive, administrative, and educational professional with over 25 years of leadership experience. Her key executive competencies include leading change and change management, business acumen, leading people and managing limited small business resources throughoutACLC’s growth of 200% over four years. Her experience serving Federal, Department of Defense (DoD), and commercial customers, managing government contracts, and overseeing internal and external professional and educational development programs is critical to ACLC’s growth from 16 to 100+ employees. Kathryn’s operational experience, business operations knowledge, and educational expertise supports ACLC’s growth objectives through all business units to include Mission Critical Support, Training & Education, and Technology Integration. Kathryn oversees all aspects of ACLC’s dynamic, rapidly growing solutions and services.
Kathryn has served as instructor, developer, and administrator and has worked with multiple organizations to implement multiple delivery modes of instruction, from instructor led training to on-line instruction to mobile delivery systems. Kathryn provides instructional design and subject matter expertise in the development and implementation of Instructional Systems for multiple agencies, including the National Nuclear Security Agency, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, National Institutes of Health, North Carolina Department of PublicInstruction, and the Department of the Army.
Kathryn earned a B.A in International Studies from the University of South Alabama, an M.L.A, with emphasis in History from Oklahoma City University, and an M.B.A, with focus in Organizational Behavior and Management from OklahomaCity University. She has been responsible for contract administration for ACLC since joining the company in July 2012.