Our Team


Tim Westley, PhD.



Family - I am a husband, father, and grandfather.  I’ve been married to my wife Tracia for over 25 years.  We have three adult children and two grandchildren. 


Politically -  I am a two-time Republican Party nominee for U.S. Congress, Texas 15th Congressional District. 


Military Service - I am a proud veteran of the U.S. Army, whereby I served seven years Active Duty and one year in the Texas National Guard.


Education -  I am a graduate of Wayland Baptist University whereby I obtained a B.S. in Religion and a Masters of Christian Ministry.   I’ve also earned a PhD. in Educational Leadership from Trident University International. 

Faith - I am the former pastor Shepherd’s Vineyard Christian Church where I pastored for over 12 years. 


Employment -  I am a long-time educator having spent a short time as a public school teacher at both the Elementary and Middle school levels.  However, most of my time as an educator has come at the university level where I served as an Area Chair, and current Instructor. 

As an Adult Educator, I have taught numerous people in a Fortune 500 company to speak English.   My journey has also allowed me to impact lives as a Professional Speaker, motivating thousands of high school students, preparing them for college, careers, and overall success.


Floyd McLendon Jr.


For 25 years, Floyd McLendon Jr. honorably served in the greatest, naval military in the world. He enlisted into the United States Naval Reserve in the summer of 1992. Fourteen months later, he fully committed to Active Duty service and chose Electronic’s Technician (ET) “A” School to become a radar and satellite communication’s expert. After six years of naval service, Floyd contemplated a long-term career and the impact he was making.


With his family, friends, and fellow Americans in mind, Floyd decided to undertake the most grueling and difficult goal of his life: becoming a U.S. Navy SEAL. There was just one problem: Floyd didn’t know how to swim. He didn’t let that stop him. After teaching himself how to swim and months of non-stop, intense preparation, he was proficient enough to pass the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) Physical Screening Test. Suffering from an internal injury that caused him to lose 30 lbs., Floyd rang the bell during his second attempt of Hell Week, voluntarily quitting.


Fifteen months later, faced with a daunting decision to follow through with his goal, Floyd remembered being a positive representative for his family, friends, and fellow Americans and returned to BUD/S. Three years after voluntarily quitting, Floyd graduated with BUD/S Class 254, officially becoming a U.S. Navy SEAL. He spent the next 13 years at four, different Naval Special Warfare commands. He deployed five times, with presence in twenty-four countries over five continents.


Geoffrey R. Mitchell, PhD.



About Dr. Geoffrey R. Mitchell 

Professor Geoffrey Robert Mitchell has been the Founder/CEO of MPAC Group &Associates, LLC for over 15 years. He is a native of Dallas, Texas, a graduate of James Madison High School in Dallas, TX.  

In 1988, he earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences from El Centro Community College in Dallas, TX. Afterwards, he decided to continue my education and attended the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) and earned a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, focusing on History. After completing his bachelor’s programs at UTA, he immediately enrolled into graduate school. A few years later, he earned a Master of Arts degree in Urban and Public Affairs in 1998.  

He began his doctoral program at Clark/Atlanta University studying African, African-American historiography, with an emphasis on a “Comparative Studies on United States and Foreign Governments.” his honorary PhD. is in Humanitarian Studies and Philosophy from the Los Angeles Church and Academic Institute (LADC) in Los Angeles, Ca. 

 Locally he has worked as a(n):


  • Engagement Director For The Bryndan Wright Campaign. (1998-1998) 

  • Volunteer for the Warren Norred for State Board Of Education. 2001 

  • Political Consultant for Arlington City Councilman Robert Rivera. (2003-2014) 

  • Political Consultant for Candidate for Texas State House District#93 Bill Burch.