The Leadership Team
President & CEO
Stephen L. Holley, Jr., graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2000. He graduated Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL Class 234 and served as a SEAL officer at SEAL Team 5 for five years and completed four deployments to Iraq and Southeast Asia. Following his military service, Stephen continues to be a leader in the Dallas area by co-founding Carry the Load with fellow Navy SEAL, Clint Bruce. Stephen has served the Dallas community as a member of the Touchdown Club, the Elizabeth Toon Charities, as a Board Member for the Goodwill Industries of Dallas and currently serves as the Chairman of Pete Sessions Service Academy Advisory Board for the 32nd Congressional District. He has been recognized by the Dallas Business Journal through the 40 under 40 Award, and has received the Dallas Foundation’s Good Works Under 40 Award. Most recently, Stephen is found stitching together his tactical skills and love for hunting, designing outdoors apparel and gear for his new venture, SIXSITE.
Craig Couch is a financial advisor and founder of Couch & Russell Financial Group in Burleson, Texas. After graduating from Baylor University and completing his Master’s degree, he spent ten years working with students and their families. In addition to his work with Carry The Load and clients at Couch & Russell, Craig serves on the Board of Directors for the Burleson Area Chamber as Vice Chair. Craig also serves on the Board of Directors, as the secretary, for the Burleson Opportunity Fund.
Todd Boeding is a native Texan, born and raised in Dallas. A graduate of Jesuit College Prep School and the University of Texas at Dallas, his professional background began in 1989 when he enlisted in the Marine Corps. Ultimately earning the rank of major in the infantry, he completed his commitment to the Corps in 2003. Among his various duties, Todd served a tour at the White House under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Additionally, he served as the platoon commander for the prestigious recruiting arm of the Marine Corps, The Silent Drill Platoon. Since transitioning out of the Corps, Todd has been a mortgage banker where he currently serves as a regional manager for Academy Mortgage Corporation.
Hallie Huggins was raised in Wasilla, Alaska, and graduated from Colony High School. She attended the United States Military Academy at West Point where she ran track and field, breaking the school record in the pole vault, and earning her degree in Business Management. After graduating top third of her class at West Point, she went on to graduate with Honors in becoming a combat Black Hawk assault helicopter pilot. Hallie served one tour in Afghanistan where she supported the Australian Special Forces ground unit. During her service, Hallie received the Air Medal. Since her transition, Hallie was selected to be a part of a highly competitive JP Morgan Chase & Co. rotational program designed to recruit and develop top tier military officers into executive private sector leadership positions. She completed her first rotation in Consumer Bank Marketing where she served as the overall program manager for the firm’s national title sponsorship of Carry The Load. Her upcoming rotation will bring to her the corporate FX derivatives desk at J.P. Morgan with a focus on middle market companies. She will ultimately partner with CFOs to help them risk mitigate their companies’ foreign currency exposure.
Aaron Rigby is a 1998 graduate of the United States Naval Academy. While on active duty, Mr. Rigby completed two deployments to the Middle East, including as a security team leader for the USS COLE immediately following her terrorist attack in the Port of Yemen in 2000 and as a member of the strategic planning team that developed plans in Afghanistan and Pakistan that lead to the introduction of the first ground forces in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. Mr. Rigby received his Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law and is currently a partner with Sidley Austin LLP. Aaron has been recognized for his practice and was named a “Texas Rising Star” by Super Lawyers from 2013 to 2017. Aaron is also a board member of Make-A- Wish Foundation of North Texas.
Scott Rohrman was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and graduated from Clinton High School in Mississippi. He attended Baylor University where he earned his undergraduate degree in business (BBA) and also earned a master’s degree in education (MS Ed). Rohrman also earned an MBA at Southern Methodist University. Rohrman started his career with Henry S. Miller Company and then transitioned to Grubb & Ellis Company. He has worked with brokerage firms The Stratford Group and Fischer & Company and prior to forming 42 Real Estate, Rohrman was a partner in two separate commercial real estate development companies. He currently specializes in commercial real estate investment and development and oversees the day-to-day efforts of the 42 Real Estate team. Rohrman is also active in the Dallas community, devoting time to many different charities with his current focus on his church, Boy Scouts of America and Carry The Load.
National Relay Chair
Joshua Davis attended the United States Military Academy at West Point where he earned his degree in Psychology. He later earned a Masters in Economics from the University of Oklahoma while serving in the U.S. Army where he completed his service as a Captain. During his time of service, Davis received a Bronze Star, Combat Action Badge. He now serves as Vice President on the corporate FX derivatives desk at J.P. Morgan with a focus on middle market companies. He partners with CFOs and Treasurers to help them better understand the companies’ exposure to foreign currencies and the risk of movements in the FX market. He also serves as Co-Chair for J.P. Morgan’s Tri-State area veterans business group focused on veteran initiatives to include recruitment, training and education.
Debbie Wright is a native Texan growing up in the Houston area before relocating to the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. She attended the University of Texas at Dallas where she earned her Bachelor degree in Public Relations. Wright brings more than 30 years of non-profit leadership and event production to Carry The Load. From festivals to fundraising galas to digital partnerships, she has led teams and partnered with numerous non profit organizations including the GRAMMY Foundation, NBA Cares, USO, Nancy Lieberman Foundation and Starkey Hearing Foundation. She is also an active volunteer in the community with the current focus on her church and mentorship.