Board of Directors

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Officers

  • President, National Vice President Liaison

    Tammy Jones

    Throughout Tammy Jones’ early childhood, her dad was in the U.S. Army, and the patriotism and service to others he instilled had a big impact on her. During high school, Jones enjoyed participating in both the Army and Navy Junior
  • Vice President, Legislative Director

    Eric Lindsay

    I have been a member of the TPVA since 2015 while I was undergoing acute physical therapy as an inpatient at the SCIC of Audie L. Murphy VAMC in San Antonio.  My service to the TPVA started with duty as
  • Secretary

    Robert Webb

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  • Immediate Past President, National Director

    Anne Robinson

    My name is Anne Robinson and my other wonderful half is Harry. I am medically retired from the U.S. Army due to a military vehicle accident in October 1999, in which I became a C4 quadriplegic. I became involved with
  • Board Member

    Dan Castillo

    Dan is a native of West Texas and proudly served with the U.S. Army Special Forces Airborne. He has served for over 30 years as a PVA Life Member performing duties as a Newsletter Editor, Advocacy Director, Legislative Director and
  • Board Member

    Gabriel Diaz de Leon

    Gabriel “Gabe” Diaz de Leon began his involvement in adaptive sports and the TPVA community in 1984 after suffering a spinal cord injury while on active duty in the US Army. He then went through rehabilitation at the Michael E
  • Parliamentarian

    Donald Burton

    Donald Burton, a native of Kansas City, Missouri. He served his country with distinction in the US Army in various combat specialties with multiple units to include the 2nd, 7th and 82nd ID and 7th Special Forces as the Senior
  • Sports Director

    Kedgerick Smith

    Kedgerick became TPVA’s Sports Director in November 2016, taking on the challenge from Tammy. Kedgerick has a background in weightlifting and is looking forward to building on TPVA’s sports and recreation program.
  • Executive Director

    Amanda Saunders

    Amanda is a native Houstonian. She has a background in accounting and came onboard with Paralyzed Veterans of America, Texas Chapter in 2008. She was later promoted to Chapter Executive Director. Amanda is passionate about the great things the Texas