Board Member. Chuck Hardy, USAF (Ret.) has expertise in the integration of US military capabilities with global humanitarian and disaster response operations. Chuck currently serves Webster University as an Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behavior. He also serves as Chairman of Volunteers with the American Red Cross, Service to the Armed Forces. An Air Force Aviator, with 27 years of experience, Chuck retired from active duty in 2007. During his active duty career, Chuck flew combat and humanitarian operations over the Middle-East, Europe, Asia, and Pacific regions. In his final USAF assignment, Chuck planned and executed global flight operations involving 7,000 personnel and $13 billion in aircraft assets. As a member of the Combined Air Operations Center staff, Chuck directed the use of military aircraft to evacuate 40,000 stranded victims in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Chuck earned his Bachelor’s degree in between deployments to Iraq, Bosnia, and Afghanistan, and later completed an MBA from Southern Nazarene University, in Bethany Oklahoma.