Col. Dan Merry, USAF (Ret), earned his commission in 1989 through AFROTC and commanded DoD’s Port Mortuary at Dover AFB, Del. He has served in multiple overseas conflicts since the 1990s and has served as the VP of government relations since August 2016.
Cmdr. René Campos, USN (Ret.) currently serves as MOAA's Senior Director of Government Relations, managing matters related to military and veterans’ health care, wounded, ill and injured, and caregiver policy.
Lt. Col. Mark Belinsky, USA (Ret.) retired in 2019 after serving 22 years, with overseas tours
to Afghanistan, Iraq, the Republic of Korea, and Germany. He joined the MOAA team in 2019 as director, currently serving and retired affairs.
Amanda Ingrid Meyers is the director of research and analysis for Government Relations, where she develops and supports MOAA’s advocacy efforts through research. She conducts social and policy research, and evaluating organizational and programmatic efforts and outcomes.
Eryn Wagnon came to MOAA in May 2018 as a military spouse fellow sponsored by the Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program. She joined the MOAA staff permanently in July 2018 as director, military family policy and spouse programs.
James Naughton focuses on survivors issues and military compensation in addition to playing a key role in legislative research and analysis for MOAA's Government Relations team. He currently serves as the Corporate Secretary of The Military Coalition.
Caitlin Hamon joined MOAA as a member services representative in 2018 and was promoted to the Government Relations team, where she works on issues pertaining to Memorial Affairs, such as the Arlington National Cemetery capacity issue, as well as NOAA Corps.
Cory Titus separated from the Army in 2017 as a captain and is MOAA's associate director, currently serving and retired affairs. He is currently studying social entrepreneurship at George Mason University with a focus on improving military financial education.