Morgan's Inclusion Initiative
Board of Directors

Gordon Hartman

Chair

Native San Antonian Hartman grew the company he founded at age 19 into the largest locally-owned homebuilding and land development enterprise. In 2005, he sold it and pursued – along with wife Maggie – bold initiatives to help the special-needs community. Inspired by daughter Morgan, who was born with cognitive and physical special needs, the Hartmans opened Ultra-Accessible™, fully-inclusive, non-profit Morgan’s Wonderland in 2010. The tremendous success of the theme park spawned other ventures such as Morgan’s Inspiration Island splash park, Morgan’s Wonderland Sports complex, new Morgan’s Wonderland Camp and projects under construction such as the Multi-Assistance Center at Morgan’s Wonderland, or The MAC. These endeavors and more to come now comprise Morgan’s Inclusion Initiative, which coordinates planning, fundraising and communication for the entire Morgan’s Wonderland “family.” Since 2005, the Hartmans have committed more than $75 million for the betterment of people with special needs.

Maggie Hartman

Vice-Chair & Secretary

Hartman has worked alongside husband Gordon in trying to make life better for individuals with special needs. A lifelong San Antonian, she was employed in the mortgage business when she met Gordon. They married in 1991, and after daughter Morgan’s birth, she became a stay-at-home mom to focus on Morgan’s care and well-being. In 2013, Hartman was diagnosed with and successfully treated for breast cancer. As a result of that experience, she became a staunch advocate for early detection and treatment. She is actively involved with Morgan’s Wonderland and other members of Morgan’s Inclusion Initiative “family” of Ultra-Accessible™, fully-inclusive venues, and she also devotes her time and energy to Morgan’s Inclusion Initiative’s annual gala fundraiser and to many other organizations that assist those with special needs.

Directors

Homer Bhullar

Bhullar joined Valero in 2014. He started as a Director in Corporate Development and moved to Business Development in 2015, where he was promoted to Vice President in 2018. In 2018, he assumed the role of Vice President Investor Relations and was promoted to his current position in 2021.

Prior to Valero, Bhullar was an Investment Banker focused on the Energy sector at J.P. Morgan and Citigroup. While at J.P. Morgan, Bhullar was part of the advisory teams for the spinoff of CST Brands Inc. and the formation of Valero Energy Partners LP.

Bhullar holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics and an MBA with a focus on investment management and energy finance, both from the University of Texas at Austin.

Andy Hill

In high school when Andy accidentally scored a point for the other team, he realized that while he thrives on winning - sports would not be his career of choice (this came as no shock to his family). The coach trained Andy to be laser focused on getting the rebound and making a basket. Andy delivered on this expectation of his coach, just on the wrong side of the court.

With a passion for winning and an ability to focus on results (he did get the rebound and make the basket after all) Andy started his career in news-talk radio in San Antonio. He attended the University of Utah where he became friends with his business partner and later the two of them got into property management. Andy co-founded Spectrum Association Management in 2001 and, with amazing co-workers, built it into a successful company with locations across Texas and Arizona.

Andy says his core business belief is that most people are good. He believes most people want to be asked to bring their best to work each day, most people want to understand what they have a strength in and when they get to spend some time each day on that unique strength - they come alive.

An entrepreneur at heart, Andy has since helped launch and invest in various other companies across a variety of industries. Today, as CEO of OrangeBox Investments, Andy enjoys building and investing in companies that foster engaging cultures, promote accountably, and champion people being great at what they do.

Buddy Morris

L. P. Buddy Morris started his career in the healthcare industry in 1989 with Humana, Inc. After a nine-year stint as a large group sales executive, Buddy launched Summit Insurance Group (SIG) in 1998. Specializing in the consulting and brokerage of commercial employee benefit programs, SIG grew to be the largest Health & Welfare firm in San Antonio with more than 30 employees, 300 clients, and $125 million in annual premium sold.

In 2004, Buddy vertically integrated Summit Administrative Services (SAS) providing COBRA administration and eligibility management services for existing SIG clients. In September of 2008, both SIG and SAS were acquired by Arthur J. Gallagher (NYSE: AJG) where Buddy assumed the role of Area President. In 2009, Buddy founded Morris Asset Management, Ltd, where he serves as Managing Director. Morris Asset Management, Ltd. MAM is involved in venture capital and private equity investments in the real estate, energy, banking and healthcare industries. MAM has had several notable dispositions in the past four years. They include the sale of eHealthscreenings to Premise Healthcare, the sale of Cage Water Technology to Integrated Advantage Group and the sale of Med Centre Plaza to UT Health Science Center. Buddy resigned from Gallagher on May 31, 2019, subsequently launching Spire Risk Management, LLC based in San Antonio, TX. He serves as Executive Chairman. Buddy has been an active participant in several charitable, civic, and business boards. The Bank of San Antonio, Texas A&M University (Mays Business School), Witte Museum and University Health System, to name a few. Buddy earned a Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University in 1988. He is the proud father of Katie 21, Ryan 20 and Bradford 16.

Mark W. Roenigk

As head of hardware engineering, Mark is responsible for the building, scaling and innovation of the infrastructure necessary to support Facebook's mission to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Facebook builds efficient and flexible infrastructure to support over two billion people from around the world using Facebook’s family of apps and services.

Prior to Facebook, Mark was the COO at Rackspace, where he managed the global infrastructure and associated services such as data center engineering & operations, hardware design, networking, infrastructure services, supply chain, procurement, facilities, physical & cyber security and enterprise IT.

Mark began his career as an engineer at Compaq before moving into management, and has held senior leadership roles at Microsoft, Intuit, Sirius XM, and eBay/PayPal. Mark is an influential change agent and has helped lead some of the world’s best technology companies as they have grown from small enterprises to hyperscale in just a matter of years. Mark is a founding board member of the Open Compute Foundation that was created in 2011 by Facebook, Rackspace, Goldman Sachs and Intel. Mark is a strong proponent of open standards as they increase the pace of innovation and make technology available to all.

Mark has been a strong supporter of charities dedicated to enriching the lives of children with disabilities. He is on the Board of Directors of Taelor’s House Foundation, Morgan’s Wonderland and supports the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association, Special Olympics and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He previously served as technology advisor to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Mark holds a BBA degree in management from Texas A&M University.

Chantel Keller

Chantel Keller has spent countless hours multitasking therapies, shuttling between doctors' appointments, attending school meetings, training nurses and teachers on the detailed care of her son, learning new medical procedures, and navigating insurance and community services. After attending college in Utah and Virginia, she enjoyed a very successful career in corporate sales while simultaneously supporting her husband during his medical and military training. Chantel's greatest blessings in life have come from her faith and her family. She is the mother of two wonderful children. During the ultrasound of her son Carson in her 18th week of pregnancy, Chantel learned their life would be very different than expected. Carson was delivered prematurely because of rapidly advancing hydrocephalus. Throughout Carson's eight years of life, he struggled with many disabilities, requiring Chantel to learn and study various disorders, medical procedures, therapies, community services, and hospice care. Chantel quickly adapted to her new path in life and embraced many new roles - caregiver, student, nurse, therapist, educator, and advocate. Chantel understands the unique challenges, heartaches, and, most of all, the pure joy that comes from caring for individuals with special needs. She is passionate about helping families find joy in their journey as they care for their loved ones. Chantel enjoys volunteering in the community, serving in her church youth organization, traveling with her husband, and spending time with her teenage daughter. She has made Texas her home, and she truly loves to serve the many individuals and families who are a part of the Morgan's Inclusion Initiative family.

Emily Becher
Lawrence Coffee
Maureen DeFelice
Juli Henderson
Kathleen “Kate” Himes
Rhonda Matson

Nocile McAlister
Karen Meyer
Corey Mowen
Kristian Salinas
Judy Sanders
Dr. Emma Santa Maria

Adam Caskey

Adam's enthusiasm for the weather dates back to an early age, when he developed a natural curiosity for the inner workings of the atmosphere with a distinct interest in storms.

As he grew older, Adam’s interest in the weather blossomed, so he followed his passion all the way to the University of North Dakota where he learned from some of the best in the industry and earned a degree in Atmospheric Science.

From Fargo, North Dakota to the nation's capital to here in San Antonio, Adam has experienced and covered all sorts of severe weather conditions with temperatures ranging from 40 degrees below zero to scorchers well over 100 degrees.

While in Washington D.C., Adam earned the coveted "Certified Broadcast

Meteorologist” designation by the American Meteorological Association, and in 2017, The Washington Post deemed him one of the country’s coolest Meteorologists. When he’s not busy forecasting enthusiastically for KSAT-12, Adam can be found refining his hobby of making homemade thermometers from scratch. Adam takes pride in crafting and calibrating each and every accurate thermometer for his very popular “Thermometer Thursday” segment where he gives them away to loyal viewers and donates them to local charities.

A native Minnesotan who enjoys the outdoors and loves to fish, Adam now calls San Antonio home where he resides with his wife, Pam and their three kids who all love their frequent visits to Morgan’s Wonderland.

Joe Mantegna

Joe was awarded the Tony and Joseph Jefferson Award for his acclaimed performance as Richard Roma in David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Glengarry Glen Ross. Some of Joe’s film and television highlights are; House of Games, Searching for Bobby Fisher, Godfather III, his Emmy and Golden Globe nominated role of Dean Martin in The Ratpack, his Emmy nominated role of Pipi Delana in “The Last Don,” and the voice of Fat Tony on The Simpsons. For two seasons Joe stared with Mary Steenburgen and Amber Tamblyn in the critically acclaimed CBS drama Joan of Arcadia, winner of the 2004 People Choice Award for best new drama as well as picking up three Emmy nominations. In 2008 Joe reprised his Emmy nominated role of Lou Manahan opposite Debra Messing in USA Network series The Starter Wife. Joe has also lent his voice to the Disney/Pixar film, CARS2 and continues his 26-year run as Fat Tony on The Simpsons. In April of 2011 Joe received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Joe lends much of his free time to several philanthropic endeavors. In May of 2012 Joe was appointed the National Spokesperson for The U.S. Army Museum, to lead the fundraising campaign to build the long-planned National Museum of the United States Army. He’s also an ambassador for the Gary Sinise Foundation, a charity that focuses on the needs of our most severely wounded veterans, as well as hosting the National Memorial Day Concert since 2006. His passions also include various autism related charities as well as being a long-time supporter of the Barbara Sinatra Center for Abused Children.

In 2014 Joe received the Lifetime Achievement award from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for his dedication to the community and craft of acting. Joe wrapped up his role as FBI Special Agent David Rossi in the fifteenth and final season of the Hit CBS Drama Criminal Minds in 2019.

Never one to slow down, Joe’s latest endeavor is an Amazon Prime Original series entitled “Forget Normal,” a touching look at the struggles of adults with autism. It was released in January of 2022 to rave reviews.

Joe resides in Los Angeles with his wife of over 40 years Arlene, and their two daughters Mia and Gia.

Bill Taylor

Bill Taylor is the weather chief for KENS 5 in San Antonio, Texas.

He grew up in northern New Jersey and first moved south when he was 19. For most of his life, he thought "down south" was Virginia. Then, he found out about southwest Louisiana and the Cajun life. Between crawfish boils and Mardi Gras, he squeezed in a degree in journalism from McNeese State University in Lake Charles.

Bill began his television career there, too, at NBC affiliate KPLC. Upon landing the weekend weather chair, he enrolled in the meteorology program at Mississippi State University. Then, it was on to Dixie and the state of Alabama. Following a four-year study of the skies over Montgomery, where he worked for WSFA-TV, he applied for a weekend weather position at KENS 5.

"I've been privileged to serve the viewers of South Texas since 1996. The most important thing I do is keep people ahead of severe, life-threatening weather situations. But that's only at 5400 Fredericksburg Road. THE MOST important thing I do is serve three girls as a dad," Bill says. "I enjoy EVERY SECOND I'm blessed to spend with Carissa, Kendall and Peyton. And, when we can, my beautiful wife Jamie and I really enjoy a round of golf and a good wine."

Allan Castro

Allan Castro, serves as Chief Executive Officer at The Multi-Assistance Center at Morgan’s Wonderland. Allan has been leading the planning and development of The Multi-Assistance Center at Morgan’s Wonderland since inception in 2018. Allan is a healthcare industry executive with 20 years of experience building, managing and growing health care centers, programs, products and teams that deliver results and provide value. Allan has worked at hospital systems, outpatient health centers, non-profit organizations and a national hospital association. This broad experience has allowed Allan to develop a wide-ranging health care and non-profit industry knowledge allowing him to assist healthcare and social services entities improve clinical and operational performance. Allan possess strong strategic, coalition-building, operational, analytical and interpersonal communication skills.

Gordon Hartman

Native San Antonian Gordon Hartman is a philanthropist and former homebuilder who at the age of 15 started his own landscaping business while attending a local seminary. By age 19, he had saved enough to begin his homebuilding business, and by age 23, he had started a land development company. Founded in 1983, Gordon Hartman Homes built housing for low- to moderate-income families. Over the next 22 years, Gordon grew his company into the largest locally-owned homebuilding and land-development enterprise in San Antonio. In recognition of his successes in business, he has earned membership in both the San Antonio Business Hall of Fame and the Texas Business Hall of Fame. Gordon was also inducted into the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame in 2018 for bringing professional soccer to San Antonio.

Leslie Mouton

Leslie Mouton, a two-time Emmy-award-winning former TV news anchor and public speaker, is the Creative Media Director for 501 c(3) nonprofit Morgan's Inclusion Initiative.

A native of Lafayette, La., Mouton graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and started her journalism career in 1988 in Alexandria, La. After spending 21 years anchoring for KSAT 12, San Antonio's ABC-TV affiliate, she retired from broadcast journalism in June 2020 and joined Morgan's Inclusion Initiative in January 2021.

Mouton gained national attention after going public with her breast cancer battle in October 2000. At the age of 35, Mouton discovered a lump in her breast during a self-exam and learned it was a very aggressive form of breast cancer. She anchored a newscast without her wig to bring awareness and encourage other people battling breast cancer. At a time when cancer was still considered taboo, her actions gained the attention of ABC's "Good Morning America," "Weekend Today," and "Oprah." Newspapers worldwide and television programs "Inside Edition" and "Primetime" featured stories about her battle.

Mouton has received numerous awards, including The Congressional Action for Cancer Awareness Award and the Macy's Heart and Soul Award. She was named one of the Texas Jaycees' "Ten Most Outstanding Young Texans," and she was honored with official citations from both the City of San Antonio and Bexar County for her work in raising awareness about breast cancer.

Mouton is married to retired Air Force pilot Tony "Maddog" Mattox, and they have one daughter, Nicole Danielle Mattox.