Mr. Goreé was honorably discharged from the United States Navy in 1993. After 10 years of service he discovered greyhounds. Since then Mr. Goreé has been involved in the Greyhound Racing Industry, with a focus on greyhound adoption. Mr. Goreé has been the speaker at numerous greyhound adoption events as well as university, veterinarian and racing symposiums across the country. Additionally, Mr. Goreé has spoken at both the American Greyhound Track Operators Association and the Association of Racing Commissioners conferences. Mr. Goreé served on the Arizona Department of Racing's committee to review and recommend greyhound racing welfare related rules. When not involved with greyhounds Mr. Goreé works as an Information Security Analyst specializing in SAP.
Mr. Lawless is a shareholder in the Phoenix law firm of Milligan Lawless PC, specializing in estate planning and corporate law. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Santa Clara Law School in 1982 and also holds a master’s degree in Accounting from the University of Denver as well as a bachelor’s degree from Santa Clara University. An enthusiastic fan of thoroughbred racing, Mr. Lawless is also a life member of the Phoenix Thunderbirds.
Jay C. McClintock
Mr. McClintock has worked as a financial advisor for Moran Financial Services since 2001 helping clients plan for investment and insurance needs to prepare for retirement, estate and complete financial planning. Mr. McClintock was a thoroughbred owner in Arizona, California, and Kentucky for over 15 years.
Chuck Coolidge, Principal and Business Development Director for Lincoln Strategy Group, has 16 years of corporate and political experience, both internationally and in almost every U.S. state. He leads across the organization by working with product teams and business disciplines (sales, marketing, finance, legal, operations and PR) to develop, implement, and evaluate Lincoln’s new products and offerings.
Chuck spent two years as US Senator John McCain’s Press Aide and Southern Arizona Outreach Correspondent before transitioning to Lincoln Strategy Group in 2006 to manage several political projects. He then moved into the public affairs field, developing strategic initiatives for corporate clients, grassroots, operation management, corporate social responsibility campaigns, brand marketing and initiative efforts.
Chuck serves as the Phoenix Art Museum’s Men’s Art Council Board Member & Copperstate Overland Chairman. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from The University of Arizona, a Leadership Institute Graduate, and an alum of Valley Leadership Class 37.