Meet Your ROTC Scholarship Team

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Kirkland (U.S. Army, Retired)

Founder & Lead Consultant

Lieutenant Colonel Kirkland was one of the few officers ever to lead two separate Army ROTC programs–

Claremont McKenna College from 2006 to 2009 and the University of Southern California from 2010 to 2013.

He was selected as Army ROTC instructor of the year and the best Professor of Military Science in his Brigade in 2009.

He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy, West Point and has also earned a MA and PhD from the University of Pittsburgh.

He is a charter member of Civil Air Patrol’s Spaatz Association and Spaatz #694.

Captain Matthew Roberts (U.S. Navy, Retired)

Lead Navy & Marine Corps Consultant

Captain Roberts is a graduate of the University of Arizona, where he earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering and commissioned via Naval ROTC in 1993. His 30-year Navy career included commanding the USS MOMSEN (DDG 92) and serving as Deputy Commander of Destroyer Squadron FOURTEEN. He has deployed in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, among others.

Ashore, he was the Professor of Naval Science at Auburn University and held various strategic roles at the Department of State and NORAD. Captain Roberts holds master’s degrees from George Washington University and Auburn University in Organizational Management and National Security and Strategic Studies, respectively.

He retired in 2023 and now aids candidates pursuing Navy and Marine Corps ROTC scholarships.

Colonel Lee Reynolds (U.S. Army, Retired)

INTERVEW EXPERT

Colonel Reynolds served as the Detachment Commander for the University of Southern California Army ROTC program from 2011-2013.

He was a Army Public Affairs Officer for over 20 years and commanded the American Forces Network-Iraq (AFN-I) in Baghdad, Iraq from May 2009 to March 2010 and was the director of Media Operations and assistant spokesman for the Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

He commissioned from ROTC at Hofstra University and has a Masters of Leadership from the University of Southern California. ​

Colonel Reynolds lead candidates through interview preparation for ROTC scholarship interviews.

Trisha Dach (U.S. Air Force Veteran)

SCHOLARSHIP CONSULTANT

Trisha Dach served 7 years on active duty as an Intelligence Officer. She is a graduate of the class of 2011 of the United States Air Force Academy and received an MBA from Webster University.

Trisha separated from the Air Force in 2018 and helps students prepare for future leadership through earning Service Academy appointments and ROTC scholarships.

Dr. (Colonel) William Corr (U.S. Army, Retired)

MEDICAL EXPERT

Dr. Corr is a graduate of the United States Military Academy, West Point. He continued his education at the military’s medical school in Bethesda, Maryland, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He served as a U.S. Army medical physician with deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, Bosnia, Germany, Korea and various stateside assignments. He retired as a colonel in 2015.

Dr. Corr serves as a medical advisor on DODMERB clearance issues.

Our Testimonials

What People Say About Us

“Your support was absolutely critical. Through targeted interview practice and essay insights, you amplified my son’s voice and achievements. He earned those scholarships because your support spotlighted his true potential.”

Charles

Parent of Army & Marine Corps Option Scholarship Winner

“Working with ROTC Consulting was the best choice for us. Your one-on-one approach, explaining the process, expectations, and what is sought in future cadets, was invaluable. Your follow-up, checking in on scholarship updates and board closures, demonstrated a commitment that went beyond our expectations.”

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Parent of Air Force ROTC Scholarship Winner

“Your service wasn’t just helpful; it was transformational. The personalized, step-by-step guidance through the labyrinth of application and interview processes didn’t just prepare my son; it set him apart, giving him a distinct, competitive edge.”

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Parent of 4-Year Army ROTC Scholarship Winner