Assistant to the Director
TIM WOLIVER (LT COL USAF RETIRED)
Assistant to the DIRector Of MILITARY & Veteran AFFAIRS
Mr. Woliver retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force after 24 years of service. He is currently the Assistant to the Director, Office of Military and Veteran Affairs for the City of San Antonio. Mr. Woliver comes to the City of San Antonio with a strong record of success in leading people and commanding or leading organizations, small-to-large.
Before coming to the City of San Antonio, Mr. Woliver worked as a defense contractor applying his 24 years of experience as an intelligence officer in writing policy and action plans for the professional development of the Air Force’s analyst workforce and, he was an instructor of two Applications in Critical Thinking courses that taught structured analytical methodologies.
In his last three assignments prior to his retirement, Lt Col Woliver served in key leadership roles. He was Commander, 9th Intelligence Squadron (Beale Air Force Base, California) from 2009-2011, Deputy Commander, 57th Adversary Tactics Group (Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada) from 2011-2013, and finished his career as Deputy Inspector General, 25th Air Force (Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas) from 2013-2017.
During his military career, Lt Col Woliver served in a variety of assignments at the squadron, wing, Center levels and Numbered Air Force, Major Command, and Joint airborne staffs. He deployed numerous time to include a combat tour with Joint Special Operations Command to Iraq in 2006 and a combat tour to Afghanistan on the headquarters staff of NATO’s International Security Assistance Force in 2012.
Mr. Woliver received a Master’s of Arts (with honors) in Strategic Intelligence, from American Military University, Joint Military Intelligence College’s Post-graduate Intelligence Program diploma (with honors), and a Bachelor’s of Arts (Geography major/Russian minor) from Bowling Green State University. He also completed all three levels of Air Force officer Professional Military Education: Air War College, Air Command and Staff College, and Squadron Officer School.
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Lt Col Woliver’s military awards include the Bronze Star Medal (one oak leaf cluster), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (four oak leaf clusters), Aerial Achievement Medal (three oak leaf clusters), Air Force Commendation Medal (one oak leaf cluster), Air Force Achievement Medal (two oak leaf clusters), Joint Meritorious Unit Award (gold border), Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (Valor device and two oak leaf clusters), Air Force Organizational Excellence Award, National Defense Service Medal (service star), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (one oak leaf cluster), Iraq Campaign Medal (service star), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon (gold border), NATO Medal, Article 5.
Mr. Woliver currently serves on the Governor of Texas’ Governor’s Committee on Military Support, and is active in municipal affairs in his city of residence, Cibolo, Texas.
He is married to the former Deana J. Osbourne of Evansville, Indiana. They have two sons, Maxwell (Max) and Isaac (Ike).
Debe Clark, senior management analyst
Debe Clark served 10 years in the United States Army before transitioning from the service as a Captain. She is currently the Senior Management Analyst with the Office of Military and Veteran Affairs for the City of San Antonio.
Debe is from the Outer Banks of North Carolina and her Army career began after graduation from Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. While at Wilson, she received the John D. Rose award for independent research before graduating with a Bachelorette in Science for Environmental Science with dual minors in Biology and Film Studies.
After commissioning from Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia in 2009, Debe completed the Quartermaster Basic Officer Leaders Course and later the Logistics Captain Career Course. Debe’s first military assignment was to 4th Brigade Combat Team, 1st Calvary Division where she served as a Supply Platoon Leader, Distribution Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, Deputy Brigade S4, and Brigade Resource Officer. While assigned to 1st Calvary Division, Debe deployed to Mosul, Iraq from 2010-2011 and Gamberi, Afghanistan from 2012-2013. Following her Ft. Hood assignment, Debe served as the 8th Army G4 Material Readiness Branch Maintenance Officer in Youngsan, Republic of Korea. Later stationed at Fort Sam Houston, in San Antonio, Texas Debe first was an Operations Officer in U.S. Army North’s Contingency Command Post, Task Force 51 before taking Command of Alpha Company, HHBn, U.S. Army South. Debe’s final assignment was as a Readiness Officer in U.S. Army South’s ACofS G3 prior to starting her new career with the City of San Antonio in 2019.
Debe enjoys volunteering with numerous organizations but is particularly devoted to her efforts as a foster parent with San Antonio Pets Alive (SAPA) where she provides temporary homes for young puppies at risk of euthanasia.