THE RPR TEAM
VOL H. MONTGOMERY
Ranch Owner |
Vol, a sixth generation Texan and member of the "Sons of the Republic of Texas", attended Llano High School where he was the salutatorian for his graduating class of 1980. Vol then went on to attend Texas A&M University, where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering. In 1988, he founded SabreData, Inc., a network integration company corporately headquartered in Austin, Texas. Vol was named High-Tech Entrepreneur of the Year for Austin and the Southwest Region in 1994. That same year, Vol was selected for the prestigious Inc. 500 Award, celebrating the fatest growing privately held companies in America. In 1999, Sabredata, Inc. was acquired by publicly held Kent Electronics where Vol then lead over 750 employees and 30+ branch offices nationwide. Vol retired from the tech industry in 2001.
Vol now owns and operates the hidden gem of the Highland Lakes, Reveille Peak Ranch. This 1300+ acre facility focuses on outdoor events, scouting programs, children's outdoor education, as well as supporting veterans and our public safety community. In 2012, Vol helped found the Upper Highland Lakes Nature Center, a 501(c)3 located at Reveille Peak Ranch, that focuses on nature based outdoor education. Vol also founded Serve Who Serve, a non-profit whose mission is "committed to serving the men and women who have sacrificed to protect our homeland". Vol continues to be focused on the things he loves: his family, his country & all things outdoors.
ANDREA MONTGOMERY ROACH
Nature Education & Client Services |
Andrea Montgomery's natural love of science and the outdoors was nurtured by growing up hunting, fishing, and connecting with nature at a young age. She leads Reveille Peak Ranch's nature and K-12 curriculum development geared to help children and adults reconnect with nature. The ranch provides unique geology, native plants and animals, rugged terrain and wetlands for its outdoor classroom. Andrea earned her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science at Texas A&M and completed course work on Secondary Science Education. For 13 years, she served as a technologist, assistant director and eventually director of diagnostic imaging of Brazos Valley Medical Center, where she managed 30 employees, performed quality assurance, quality control, radiation safety and patient/physician satisfaction programs. After owning and operating a computer/network business, Andrea was able to refocus her attention on teaching science to elementary students and helping kids connect with nature.