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Dana Chong Tim

FEB Chairman
Supervisory Agent in Charge
Federal Air Marshal Service

Mr. Chong Tim currently serves as the Supervisory Air Marshal in Charge of the Minneapolis Field Office where he provides leadership and oversight of the field office.

Prior to his current position Mr. Chong Tim worked in various capacities in the field of law enforcement since 1992. As the Assistant Supervisory Air Marshal in Charge of the San Francisco Field Office he led and directed all facets of the field office. While an Assistant Federal Security Director-Law Enforcement he led and directed numerous security and law enforcement programs and projects throughout the pacific. As the Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge for the Las Vegas Field Office he managed personnel and programs. Mr. Chong Tim also served as a Training Instructor and Training Officer where he led the training initiatives for the Las Vegas Field Office. Prior to this, he flew domestic and international missions as a Federal Air Marshal.

Mr. Chong Tim was employed in local law enforcement in the State of Hawaii prior to joining the Federal Air Marshal Service. He held numerous positions to include the management of complex and sensitive investigations, crime scenes, crisis/emergency response and law enforcement personnel/programs.

He has served as a mentor and senior advisor for leadership programs and executive committees. Mr. Chong Tim has provided formal instruction in law enforcement policies and procedures in both professional and academic settings. He has held multiple leadership positions within the community and has regularly addressed large groups in public speaking engagements. He is a graduate of TSA’s Senior Leadership Development Program (SLDP), the Federal Executive Boards Senior Leadership Program and the Center for Homeland Defense and Security’s Pacific Executive Leaders Program.

Mr. Chong Tim is currently a doctoral student, pursuing a PhD in Organizational Leadership. He currently holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services with a concentration in Criminal Justice.

Wendall Meyer

FEB Vice Chairman
Division Administrator
Federal Highway Administration

Wendall Meyer became the Division Administrator for the Minnesota Division Office in March 2019. In this position, he is responsible for leading and implementing national strategic transportation initiatives and successful Federal-aid program delivery in Minnesota.

Mr. Meyer joined the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in 1989 as a Highway Engineer Trainee. He has held key leadership and technical positions in numerous FHWA Division Offices including the past 11 years as the Division Administrator in North Dakota.

Mr. Meyer received his BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

He is married to Ann and they have two adult children Marissa and Justin, and a 15-year old beagle named Toby. His personal interests include travel, outdoor activities, and watching college football.

Brett Coleman

FEB Second Vice Chairman
Executive Assistant to the Commander
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Brett is currently the Executive Assistant to the St. Paul District Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District.  His key roles are to assist the District Commander with the mission of the District and provide oversight to the District’s support offices.

Prior to this position, Brett was the co-project manager on the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Flood Risk Management project from 2010 to 2015.  Coleman started with the Corps in 2009 as a project manager working on environmental infrastructure projects, flood risk reduction projects, and various feasibility studies.

Brett also worked for Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) as a civil engineer on the Water Resources Planning Team from 2002 to 2009 where he assisted communities within Minnesota to identify possible solutions to their water resources problems.

From 1996 to 2022, Brett worked for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources as a hydrologist, specializing in hydraulic and hydrologic computer modeling and lake gaging monitoring activities within the state of Minnesota.  

Brett graduated from the University of Minnesota with an engineering degree.  He is a registered professional engineer in Minnesota and a registered project management professional. 


Jorgeana Williams

FEB Treasurer
Senior Budget Analyst
Department of Veterans Affairs

Jorgeana Williams is a Senior Budget Analyst with the Department of Veterans Affairs, Debt Management Center (DMC). Jorgeana is responsible for managing the Center’s budget, procurements and government purchase cards. Prior to the DMC, Jorgeana worked for the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services (APHIS) where she held the position of Dept Management Specialist. In this capacity she managed the Financial Management Division (FMD) Civil Penalties program providing customer service by ensuring proper payment posting, collecting debt payments, arranging payment plans and ensuring proper posting of customers payments.

Jorgeana is a native of Kansas City, MO and was a foster care provider for the state of MN for over 20 years.

Andria Horwitz

Executive Director
Federal Executive Board of Minnesota
Department of Interior,
Inner Office of the Secretary

Ms. Horwitz has been the Executive Director of the Federal Executive Board (FEB) of Minnesota since 2017, working to increase effectiveness of government by strengthening coordination of government activities. Ms. Horwitz also served as the Assistant Director of the FEB from 2015-2017. Prior to the FEB, Ms. Horwitz was with the Transportation Security Administration serving as Regional Program Analyst for Operations from 2013-1015. In this role, Ms. Horwitz was the primary adviser on screening operations for twelve states and 106 airports. She was a Subject Matter Expert in Risk Based Security and security technology; deployed to conduct efficiency and program evaluations. Ms. Stegeman-Horwitz worked on national committees to write operational procedures and to develop new operational performance reports. She also served as the Regional Emergency Coordinator.

Ms. Horwitz started her career with TSA in 2003 as the Stakeholder Liaison at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport and in 2005 became the Stakeholder Manger for the State of Minnesota. She successfully managed the relationships between TSA and its external stakeholders at nine airports and served as the Subject Matter Expert for checkpoint and checked baggage design and construction as well as new security initiatives. Ms. Horwitz was a mentor in the TSA Mid-Level Leadership Development program for five years, providing guidance and support to developing leaders.

Prior to serving the TSA, Ms. Horwitz worked for the Federal Aviation Administration as a Civil Aviation Security Investigator. A native Minnesotan, Ms. Horwitz received her degree from the University of Minnesota.

Kari Healy

Assistant Director
Federal Executive Board of Minnesota
Department of Interior,
Inner Office of the Secretary

Ms. Healy is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin – River Falls with a Bachelors of Science in Agricultural Business.  She previously served as an intern for the Federal Executive Board of Minnesota from April 2020 to September 2021.  Ms. Healy also serves as a U.S. Navy Reservist at Fort Snelling in Minneapolis, MN, where she has been serving on Active Duty orders since May 2020.

In her free time, Ms. Healy enjoys hiking, kayaking, camping, and eating good food! 

“Whatever you want to do, if you want to be great at it, you have to love it and be able to make sacrifices for it.” ~ Maya Angelou