Chief Executive Officer
Jason Frescholtz is an Army Aviation Subject Matter Expert with over 20 years of Aviation and Management experience. Jason served in the US Army as an Instructor Pilot, Air Mission Commander, and Flight Leader for the CH-47 Chinook helicopter. He served in multiple combat and humanitarian campaigns and was on a diplomatic assignment in Cairo Egypt supporting the Egyptian Air Force. Along with his current duties as GEBC’s CEO, Jason supports the S3I Mission Planning Software Branch and leads development and coordination for Flight Performance Software Airworthiness. Jason graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University with a B.S. in Aeronautics and a Minor in Management. He has completed multiple Military Advanced and Staff level courses, is Scrum Master certified, and has completed the Project Manager Professional (PMP) course at Embry-Riddle.
Chase Marsh is an accomplished software designer, developer, and architect delivering quality solutions to commercial and DoD industries since 2007. He is known for well-rounded technical expertise, creativity, quality, teamwork, mentorship, user focus, and vision. Chase specializes in front-end design, user experience (UX), agile/scrum, and development using Microsoft tools and services like Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Xamarin, Azure DevOps, and more.
Chase has extensive experience in aviation mission planning and has designed, architected, developed, and led projects delivering desktop and mobile apps to Army and Air Force aviators.
Karen Ellington brings thirty years of experience in product and project planning, software development and test process management, quality control, and technical writing/editing to GEBC. Her experience includes both commercial work as a product planner, product user interface design, and technical writer/editor for hardware and software products. For the last fifteen years, she has worked as a government contractor for multiple companies and supported numerous hardware and software projects and products. Karen’s government contract project and product knowledge includes the Aviation Mission Planning System (AMPS) with concentrated knowledge in Flight/Vehicle Performance Models (F/VPMs); Precision Fires Manager (PFM); Medusa Command and Control (C2) for Fixed Site, Mobile, and Transportable; Tactical Battle Command (TBC) and Command Post of the Future (CPOF) hardware and software systems; Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS) hardware and software system; Prophet Enhanced Countermeasures Detecting System and Data Analysis Control (DAC); Distributed Common Ground System – Army (DCGS-A); Mobile Tower System (MOTS); Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Interface Control Documents (ICDs) and Interoperability Profiles; and several others. Currently, Karen supports the Army’s S3I Battlefield Operations Software branch as the Branch Process and Quality Control Lead. Karen received a B.A. in English (cognate in Technical Writing/Editing) from the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) and also holds an AA in Computer Science from Alexander City State Junior College. Additionally, Karen has a certificate in Project Management from UAH.
Chief Operating Officer
Mrs. McCain is a versatile, dynamic and a critical thinker with a strong work ethic and excellent interpersonal/communication skills. With more than 22 years of multi-disciplinary professional experience, Mrs. McCain has served in a variety of progressive leadership roles within the Aerospace, Defense and Telecommunication Industries. For the last 10 years, Mrs. McCain has been employed as a Federal Government Contractor. Her responsibilities included establishing cost accounting structures for monitoring, analysis and management of contract costs. As a Contracts Manager, she was the administrator for all functions associated with contract performance including: oversight and administration of contract/task order proposals and modifications; reviewing subcontract modifications and proposals for completeness, compliance and accuracy; establishing forecasts, analyzing and tracking labor hours; payroll processing; preparation/submittal of invoices; and monitoring financial performance. In addition, Mrs. McCain held the responsibility for establishing, implementing and executing all facets of the Human Resources Program. Mrs. McCain also served as the Assistant Facility Security Officer (FSO). Prior to working as a Federal Government Contractor, Mrs. McCain served as a Financial Analyst within the Telecommunications Industry where she held accounting and human resources responsibilities including: general ledger, payroll, carrier access billing, expense reports, and office management. She possesses a skilled record in identifying, implementing and executing business and operations programs. Through effective utilization of resources and strengthening operational effectiveness, she developed and sustained successful solutions. Mrs. McCain holds a B.S. Degree in Business Management from Athens State University, an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from Wallace State Community College and is experienced in a variety of accounting, human resources and business management software platforms.