Studebaker Group

Our Executive Board

Gen. (Ret) Wesley K. Clark
Gen. (Ret) Wes Clark retired as a four-star general after 38 years in the United States Army with his last assignments as Commander of US Southern Command and Commander of US European Command/Supreme Allied Commander, Europe. He graduated first in his class at West Point and completed degrees in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University (B.A. and M.A.) as a Rhodes Scholar. Gen. Clark spends his post-service career as an educator, writer, commentator, and businessman spanning various industries.
Gen. (Ret) Ronald Fogleman
Gen. (Ret) Ron Fogleman, former USAF Chief of Staff, serves as a director for Studebaker Group and as the Chairman of the company’s aviation subsidiary. A skilled strategist, Gen. Fogleman recognized the need to control the entire vertical dimension and established the “Air Force Core Values” which demands “Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do.” His post-service career is highlighted by serving as a CEO and Director for various companies, including Tactical Air Support, Inc. and World Air Holdings, Inc.
William Glenn Hill
Chief Executive Officer

William Glenn Hill

Serving as co-founder and CEO of Studebaker Group, Glenn is an energetic American entrepreneur, with extensive experience in international business, with a primary focus in public safety, defense, intelligence as well as global mission critical support. Glenn has served as a corporate executive over the past several years and helped with the rebirth of one of the world’s most iconic brands. Glenn has a strong network across the US, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, critical to providing logistical support in challenging, fast-paced environments. Glenn applies what he learned growing up in school, Harvard Business School’s Leadership Principles Program, and his practical work experience to guide his journey as CEO of Studebaker.
Thomas Marx
Chief Operations Officer

Thomas Marx

Tom is co-founder and COO of the reborn Studebaker Group. As a globally experienced executive, Tom has roots in executive leadership of organizations ranging from intelligence, defense, technology, telecommunications and mission critical support. He has worked extensively across joint counter-terrorism projects in support of inter-agency programs with various governments internationally. Tom graduated from the University of South Africa’s Graduate School of Business and has consulted on anti-money laundering programs and initiatives in both government and financial sectors. Alongside the Studebaker Executive Team, he is focused on the rebirth of one of the world’s most iconic brands.
Johann Marx
Chief Investment Officer

Johann Marx

Johann Marx serves as Studebaker’s Chief Investment Officer and is focused on defense technologies, venture capital, aggressive global fund-raising, structured startup and incubation, and IPO’s. As Chief Investment Officer of Studebaker Group, Johann’s primary aim is to identify and invest in disruptive technologies in defense, intelligence, and automotive solutions. Johann is a board member of Studebaker Group and co-founder and board member of its subsidiaries and has been integral in reshaping the structure and strategy of the group. Johann is also founder and board member of several venture and other investment firms that include Equanimity Capital and Studebaker Capital, and has actively participated in the venture capital arena across US, Africa, South East Asia and Eastern Europe.
Dr. Kathleen Robertson
Chief Strategy Officer

Dr. Kathleen Robertson

Dr. Kathleen Robertson serves as a director for Studebaker Group and as the President of Studebaker’s aviation subsidiary. Experienced consultant and senior strategic advisor with over twenty-five years of experience advising large Government organizations that include DoD, OSD, DOT, DOJ, CIA, FAA, US Navy, USAF and FBI. Served as an internal senior strategic advisor to senior management during tenures with McDonnell Douglas, DARPA, the Department of the Navy, and National Commissions, to include Presidential Commission on Women in the Military, Presidential Commission on Critical Infrastructure, BRAC-2005 and National Commission on the Structure of the Air Force. Kathleen has managed strategic initiatives for DoD leadership concerning Battlefield Command and Control, prior to the Iraqi War. $300M in critical C2 programs moved from services to Joint Forces Command for interoperability.

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