Hero Hunt, Inc. organizes exciting and therapeutic game hunts for disabled veterans and first responders from across the country throughout the year. Based outside of Nashville, Tennessee, we are centrally located to some of the best hunting grounds in the Southeast.
But more than the hunt, we offer healing, understanding, and camaraderie to those who have served our country and our citizenry so valiantly. Our leadership team works with generous land owners who provide our locations. We also work with our service members to provide additional support throughout the year.
Our Leadership Team
Our all-volunteer leadership team gives selflessly and enthusiastically to coordinate the hunts for our disabled veterans and first responders. They work with generous land owners who provide our locations. They also work with our service members to provide additional support throughout the year.
Joe is a full-time lieutenant with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. He has been a law enforcement officer for the last the last 27 years, with 24 of those years at his present agency. In his career, Joe has worked patrol, bicycle patrol, narcotics, and SWAT team member. He has supervised investigations as a detective sergeant and detective lieutenant. Prior to his law enforcement career, he served in the United States Coast Guard on active duty from 1989 – 1993 and the reserves from 1993-2002. Joe is a dedicated husband, father, and works with his team at Hero Hunt, Inc. to serve our military, police, firefighters and other first responders who have been injured in the line of duty at home and abroad.
Joe has a bachelor’s degree in Management and Human Relations from Trevecca Nazarene University and an associate’s degree in Police Science.
Joe has been an avid outdoorsman from a very early age and has successfully merged his passion for the outdoors and conservation with his desire to serve his brothers and sisters injured in the line of duty through Hero Hunt, Inc.
Jeff was born and raised in Pennsylvania but moved to Tennessee in 1996 after graduating from Slippery Rock University. He's employed with Town and Country Ford of Nashville. He's began with the mission of Hero Hunt, Inc., in 2014. The love of our nation’s Heroes keeps him striving to help serve those who have served and sacrificed.
Burl has been with the Metro Nashville Police Department for 25 years. He was born in Born Chattanooga, TN. Prior to his distinguished career in law enforcement, he attended David Lipscomb University where he graduated with a bachelors degree.
Clint Walker is widely recognized in the gun industry as the Co-Founder of NEMO Arms and creator of the first sub-minute magnum AR platform rifle. Following NEMO, he started FALKOR Defense and developed several innovations for precision rifle shooting, including a half MOA AR rifle chambered in .300 Norma. U.S. military Special Operations have adopted both. In addition to building prolific brands, Clint has competed in long-range competitions across the country and been an instructor with the U.S. Optics Academy. Today Clint oversees brand and product development for The Third Bull & Co. and many brands, including ARMASIGHT USA, FAB Defense, and HELIX6 Precision, among others.
Lisa has been the Office Administrator for Dynamark Graphics Co., a manufacturer and distributor of marketing materials, for thirteen years. She loves dogs and UT football and in her time off enjoys bass fishing at any of the mid-state lakes. However, her absolutely favorite thing to do is be Rah Rah to her three year old grand-nephew, Eli. They have a standing date for Saturday night and always have fun. She is an avid supporter of United States veterans and has been an active member of Hero Hunt Inc. for the past five years. She is a strong believer in paying it forward.
"Hero Hunt has allowed me to....spend time with some of the finest people I have ever met"
The mission of Hero Hunt, Inc., is to bring our line of duty injured heroes, military, police, firefighters and other first responders back into the fold of camaraderie they left when leaving the service to our nation due to those injuries.
We envision a world where all injured and disabled servicemen and women and first responders have a total support system in place where they are loved, cared for and respected with zero suicide.