Special Forces Sports Foundation

We are a force to be reckoned with.

Our BOARD MEMBERS

The volunteer board is composed of leaders in education, business, and sports.

Dr. Matt Lance
Founder

Dr. Matt Lance

Matt Lance is a PE Teacher/Football Coach at Centennial High School in Corona, California.  His passion is improving the fitness level of all of his various groups of students.  He teaches an Athletic Conditioning class for General Ed PE students called The TEAMS, Freshman PE and Life Skills PE. 

Ian Sephton
Board Member

Ian Sephton

Ian is a CEO, Co-Founder, and Entrepreneur with experience in technology, mobility, logistics, and retail operation.  He has experience in turnaround management, roll-ups, mergers, acquisitions, and two successful exits.  He currently sits on the board of 5 other companies in diverse industries such as software, manufacturing, retail, and Mobility.  Ian served our country as a United States Marine.  He is also Dr. Lance’s best friend since high school. 

Lisa Herring
Board Member

Eloise Herring

Eloise is the mother of 6 with her youngest daughter having Downs Syndrome.  One of the scariest phone calls her and her husband Dan received was the day the diagnosis was confirmed.  After mourning the child they had envisioned and embraced the child the Lord had blessed them with, she began to go to work to find resources to assist her and give her her best life.  Through the working relationship her husband Dan and Dr. Lance shared, she experienced the event that Dr. Lance attended with his life skills class.  And when Dr. Lance decided to create Special Forces Sports Day she was blessed for the opportunity to be a part of the organization and to assist in making it a huge success that will help special needs kids for a years to come.   Eloise has a paralegal background as well as an active member of the Community Advisory Committee for the Special Education Department of the Corona Norco Unified School District.  

Jeremy Roark
Board Member

Jeremy Roark

Jeremy Roark has served as a family law attorney in the Inland Empire for over ten years. Admitted to the State Bar of California in 2008, Mr. Roark holds a Juris Doctor Degree from University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, one of the most prestigious law schools in the state. He completed his undergraduate degree at University of California, Los Angeles, majoring in business economics. As the father of a young child with autism, Jeremy has a passion for creating opportunities for children with special needs.