As a Regent University military admissions recruiter, Jeanne Getz serves the DC Metro Area. Serving as a musician in The United States Army Field Band, she toured the country as a musical ambassador, telling the army story and honoring soldiers and veterans at home and abroad. With a background rooted in music and a heart for serving others, Jeanne seeks to find ways to help military affiliated students utilize their benefits to enrich their lives. Having a lifelong love for learning, Jeanne served as an adjunct professor for Florida International University and enjoys studying and mastering new skills. She received her bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Boston University and earned her master’s degree from Manhattan School of Music. Her husband serves as a senior non-commissioned officer in the U.S. Army and is stationed at Ft. Meade, Maryland. Jeanne is active in her church and has found Philippians 4:13 to not only be motivating and comforting, but also always true. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
Mike Hendricks serves as the military enrollment coordinator for Regent University, where he assists our military recruiters and academic advisors in meeting the enrollment needs of our students from application to graduation. He is also responsible for organizing our community outreach opportunities and events on campus. As a 20-year Navy veteran with seven deployments under his belt, he is uniquely qualified to empathize with the needs of our military-affiliated students and the complexities of their education journey. He is fervently passionate about helping our students and their families in whatever capacity is needed.Mike holds an A.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies and is currently pursuing his B.S. in Professional Studies with an Information Systems Technology emphasis through Regent. He and his wife Darlene have been married for 19 years and have three children. Mike has served in ministry capacities as a network administrator and AV/sound/media coordinator for several churches, while Darlene has served as a teacher and coordinator for various children’s and preschool ministries and has a passion for helping those with special needs. Their family and life verses are Philippians 4:4-9 (NLT).
Brian Meisner serves as a military admissions recruiter for Regent University in the San Antonio, Texas area. He is retired from the United States Army after over 27 years of faithful and honorable service to our country. Early in his career, after completing his initial 3-year enlistment, Brian exited the military and discovered how challenging life can be without a college education. He re-enlisted in the Army and attended college while actively serving. Over several years, he earned an associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree, and he is now completing his Master of Science in Organizational Development and Leadership. Understanding the importance of education, Brian’s passion is to encourage and assist our military population to pursue a Christ-centered, career-focused education that will empower them in life as they grow both professionally and spiritually. Brian is happily married to his wife of 25 years and they have one young son.
Bridget serves as a military admissions recruiter for Regent University in the Fayetteville, North Carolina Area. She served in the Army National Guard as a medic for six years while continuing her education in her hometown of Akron, Ohio. There she earned a Master of Business Administration while working in the University’s Military Science Department. She quickly gained a passion for serving the military student population in their educational advancement. She married her loving husband, Tyler, in 2016 and relocated to the Fort Bragg area in support of his service with the Army. Bridget is thankful to have the opportunity to work for Regent University and believes that fostering spiritual growth alongside educational advancement is imperative in developing Christian leaders who will change this world.
Richard Morales serves as a military admissions recruiter for Regent University in the Killeen, Texas area. He served for 20 years as a Combat Engineer in the U.S. Army. During his 20 years, he held several different leadership positions which allowed him to teach, coach and mentor over 1,800 Soldiers. Educating Soldiers and their families has always been his priority as a leader. As a U.S. Army recruiter, he enjoyed helping young men and women in identifying and achieving their dreams. He is especially passionate about JROTC programs because of the sense of pride, honor, duty and respect that it instills in young students. While serving in the military, he used his tuition assistance benefits to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from American Military University. He is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership at Regent University.
As a military admission recruiter, MacKenzie Rivers serves our students in Savannah, Georgia. She thrives off of helping students find and achieve their academic goals. MacKenzie’s passion for higher education has allowed her to serve in many different capacities at the collegiate level over the past four years. Whether taking phone calls, creating graphic design elements, or meeting one-on-one with students, MacKenzie’s goal remains the same. She strives every day to help develop Christian leaders to change the world. MacKenzie married her best friend in August 2017. On that day she became part of our nation’s military family. Her husband, Allen, serves as an officer in the United States Army. Together they call Fort Stewart, Georgia home. In their free time they love to be outdoors, go hiking, and spend time with their nephews. MacKenzie is thankful for the opportunity to be a part of the Military Resource Center and she looks forward to continuing to serve the students of Regent University.
Bill Snow serves as a military admissions recruiter for Regent University. He served 27 years in the U.S. Army, spending 12 years as an educator at various levels for the Armed Forces School of Music. While there, Bill led a staff or world-class educators that taught and mentored thousands of service members, ranging from initial entry Soldiers to senior officers. Having served in locations in the US, Germany, Japan and Korea, he completed his Bachelor’s degree utilizing many of the educational benefits offered to service members. Bill is currently pursuing his Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction at Regent, and he will use that degree to continue his service to the military community. Bill is happily married to his wife of 14 years, and they have one beautiful daughter.
Clint Steele serves as a military admissions recruiter for Regent University in the Jacksonville, Florida area. His initial military service was as an Infantryman in the United States Marine Corp. He then enlisted in the Army where he served again as an Infantryman and as a Recruiter, including holding several different leadership positions in both career fields. It was in those leadership positions that he learned the importance of professional development and the value of formal education. During his 21 year military service, he used the tuition assistance benefits to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Homeland Security from American Military University. He is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration. Before his move to higher education, he was deeply involved in public sector security management. Through that involvement that he earned the “Certified Protection Professional” (CPP) certification from the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS). He is passionately involved in the veterans community in his adopted hometown of Jacksonville. Together with his wife Bonnie they volunteer time to assist with a local veterans transition assistance charity.
Jeff Wieck is an Army veteran who serves as a military admissions recruiter for Regent University. During his 20 years in the Army, he served as an automated logistical specialist, musician, and instructor at the Armed Forces School of Music, where he taught and evaluated collegiate level concepts of music. Jeff is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies – Leadership Studies at Regent. He has served in several ministry positions at his church and loves the Lord. Jeff has a servant’s heart, an outgoing personality, and a desire to help military families achieve their educational goals.