Robert Ray Schier III - Robert has a strong passion for supporting individuals with disabilities partially due to having a disability himself. Robert was born with cerebral palsy because of an injury at birth. Even though his family was told he would have limitations due to the injury, he has overcome many challenges and has been able to achieve whatever he puts his mind to.
From an early age, Robert was taught to push his limits and reach for the stars. He has used both his personal and professional experience to help others in many environments and situations. He has always strived to use his background to help others. This is what lead him to the idea for Camp DRIVE.
Robert began working with individuals with special needs at a summer camp in 2007. That summer, he decided he wanted to dedicate his life to working with this population, and since then, he has worked in group homes and day-hab settings.
In 2011, after gaining further experience and training, Robert was able to return as camp manager to the camp that sparked his passion in 2007. After two years, he obtained a position in the public sector assisting individuals with supported employment and job coaching before becoming a care coordinator with a private provider. Currently, Robert works with Travis County where he supports teams working with individuals with developmental disabilities as well as working with individuals of varying abilities himself.
Robert has earned certifications through the University of North Texas in the following specialties: Job Coach, Job Placement Specialist, Supported Employment Specialist, and Director of CRP Employment Services.
When Robert is not working, he is involved in several organizations that give back to the community. He also participates in local parades and other events in central Texas that support Shriners Hospitals for Children. In his downtime, he can be found hanging out with his family, his friends, or his dog, Ruger.
Roy D. Terracina
A native of Chicago, Roy went to Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and received both bachelor and master degrees in Finance. After careers in banking, investment banking, and merger acquisition consulting and as treasurer of four public companies, Roy purchased Sterling Foods in San Antonio, which he sold in 1993. Since then, Roy primarily spends his time with personal investments and sitting on numerous boards, both corporate and charitable.
Currently, Roy is Board Chair of Our Lady of the Lake University and Vice Chair for U.S. Global Investors (GROW). He is also a Board Member of Massage Heights, LLC; and the Najim Family Foundation. He was most recently honored as the “Peacemaker of the Year” by the San Antonio Bar Association and awarded “The Soul of the City” award by the San Antonio City Center.
Roy has five children and nine grandchildren. He currently resides in San Antonio, Texas.
Currently, Camp DRIVE's board consists of a team of people with diverse backgrounds. We are looking to expand our board, so if you are interested, please contact us.