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Meet The V3 Team

Jasmine Gore

V3 Regional Program Manager

Jasmine Gore

V3 Regional Program Manager

Jasmine Gore had a sense of civic duty inspired by her Veteran parents that enabled her to make history in November 2012. At the age of 25, Ms. Gore became one of the youngest local elected officials within the Commonwealth of Virginia when she was elected to represent Ward 4 for the City of Hopewell, Virginia. In that election, she also became the first African-American and first female ever to hold that seat. For two years Ms. Gore served as one of the youngest Vice Mayors in Virginia. In 2019 she became the youngest African American and female Mayor within the Commonwealth.

Her forward-thinking has earned her the distinction of “Emerging Leader of the Year”, and recognition by Style Weekly as one of “Richmond’s Top 40 Under 40” for being among “young standouts who are lifting the community to greater heights.”

In November 2014, she became the youngest appointed Board Member for the National League of Cities. In addition, she was elected to serve as the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials Region 3 Director.

Governor McAuliffe tapped Ms. Gore for a gubernatorial appointment to serve on the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Board of Medicine and the Local Government Advisory Board to the Chesapeake Bay Executive Council. She has proven her advocacy for Veterans, rallying the City of Hopewell behind a pledge to end Veteran homelessness. As a result, the City of Hopewell was acknowledged both federally and statewide as contributing to the Commonwealth being the first state to functionally end veteran homelessness.

She holds a B.A. in political science with a B.S. in biology and a minor in chemistry from Virginia Commonwealth University. Contact Jasmine for any questions about the V3 Program at:

jasmine.gore@dvs.virginia.gov

804-482-8483

Tracey Hart

V3 Program Coordinator

Tracey Hart

V3 Program Coordinator

Tracey Hart is an experienced Business Analyst.  Tracey is a subject matter expert in electronic payments, corporate audit, corporate fraud, revenue research, and financial systems Implementation.  An asset Tracey possess is understanding policies while assuring compliance with regulatory standards.  Tracey has experience working with several United States Treasury Departments which include the Bureau of Fiscal Service, Department of Education, and Fedwire Funds. She brings with her more than a decade of knowledge in the financial industry including accounting, audit, process improvement, data sampling/testing, research & data analysis.  She attended Virginia Commonwealth University majoring in Business Management.  She is a native of Richmond and still resides in the local area.  Tracey is married with one child, a son.   Tracey is the proud daughter of a Marine Veteran.

Mark Buehlman - V3 Regional Program Manager (Hampton Roads)

Mark Buehlman

V3 Regional Program Manager (Hampton Roads)

Mark Buehlman

V3 Regional Program Manager (Hampton Roads)
Mark Buehlman - V3 Regional Program Manager (Hampton Roads)

Mark Buehlman is a Retired Army Veteran and Program/Project Manager with over twenty-five years experience in active-duty military, contracting/corporate, higher education, and workforce development environments, at multiple organizational levels and in a variety of locations. During his active-duty career, he successfully provided leadership and management of technical, operational, and planning programs and teams, as well as diverse organizational staffs at a variety of levels and locations from small response teams, to strategic-level organizations, to the White House staff.

After having a successful transition from active duty to the contracting/corporate environment, Mark was directly involved in Program and Project Management, Business Development and Marketing, as well as all phases of the Human Resources and Recruiting processes. He also founded and developed a Service-disabled, Veteran and Minority-owned, Small Consulting Business.

Recently, Mark found himself on more of a service path, providing formal career services coaching and instruction as a facilitator for the Department of Labor’s Employment Workshop supporting Department of Defense Transition Assistance Programs and providing career services and employment assistance in both the higher education and workforce development fields. During that time period, and especially while working as a Career Developer and Military Services Representative at Opportunity Inc, he became passionate about helping Veterans.

Mark has a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development, previously held a Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, and is a Virginia Certified Workforce Development Professional (CWDP).

He lives in Smithfield with his wife Vanessa and his son Spencer. They have been in Hampton Roads since 2007. Contact Mark at:

mark.buehlman@dvs.virginia.gov

(804) 297-5825

Michael Glascock

V3 Regional Program Manager (Northern Virginia)

Michael Glascock

V3 Regional Program Manager (Northern Virginia)

Michael Glascock is the Regional Program Manager for Northern Virginia. A Fredericksburg native, Michael lives just across the Rappahannock in the Falmouth area of Stafford County with his wife, Chrystal, four kids, two dogs, two cats, seven chickens, two geese, and one rabbit. Michael is a 12 year veteran of the Navy Reserve as an Expeditionary Intelligence Specialist with Active Duty time spent in Afghanistan, Spain, and Washington D.C.

Prior to joining the V3 Team, Michael spent several years as a Defense Contractor working for the Department of Defense, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, and several national level defense and intelligence agencies. In addition to providing collections and analysis services, Michael successfully developed and implemented multiple on-the-job training programs, professional skill certification programs, classroom and remote training courses, and operational teams.

Michael is thrilled to be working with employers to expand veteran employment opportunities and for the chance to continue serving his veteran family.

Michael holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Southern New Hampshire University, is currently pursuing a Master’s from Loyola University, Chicago, and is always looking for ways to learn and develop personally and professionally. You may contact Michael at:

michael.glascock@dvs.virginia.gov or at (703) 261-5802

Tasha Epps

V3 Regional Program Manager (Central Virginia)

Tasha Epps

V3 Regional Program Manager (Central Virginia)

A native of Hampton, Tasha has lived and worked in the Richmond area for over ten years. Tasha holds a B.A. in Paralegal Studies from Hampton University and a M.P.A. from Penn State University. She
continues to enjoy and has dedicated over twenty years of public service working for various federal, state, and local governments.

Additionally, Tasha is a proud twelve year United States Marine Corps Veteran, serving four years active duty and eight years in the Marine Corps Reserves. As a Marine, Tasha had the pleasure of traveling to
Europe to participate in multiple NATO exercises with U.S. Allies; and had an opportunity to plan and organize a traditional Marine Corps Mess Night with the United States Marines and the British Royal
Marines. She also had the pleasure to work at the Pentagon where she was directed to Headquarters Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia for a Congressional initiative to be a part of a team that implemented
an improved Uniform Victim Advocate Program that provided information, guidance, and support to Marines and Sailors who experienced sexual assault. Tasha enjoys Peloton cycling, spending time with family and friends, leather crafting, watching movies, and cooking. Contact Tasha at:

tasha.epps@dvs.virginia.gov

(804) 389-1783

Meagan LoBuglio

V3 Regional Program Manager (Southwest Virginia)

Meagan LoBuglio

V3 Regional Program Manager (Southwest Virginia)

Meagan LoBuglio is the Regional Program Manager for Southwest Virginia.  A Roanoke native, Meagan enlisted on Active Duty in the United Sates Air Force in 2001.  During her 12 years on Active Duty as an Instructor Weapons Director she provided tactical air control to United States and Coalition Forces aircraft inventory during exercise and combat missions.  In addition she successfully provided leadership management, on-the-job training, classroom instruction, and direct mentorship to both the enlisted personnel under her supervision and the officer cadre she instructed through initial qualification training.  Meagan is an Operation Enduring and Iraqi Freedom combat Veteran with four deployments and two remote tours overseas.

Upon her transition to the civilian sector, Meagan built a very successful business in direct sales where she was lauded as a top recruiter and international trainer achieving the top rank within the company in 3.5 years.  During her time there she built sales teams around the globe; coaching and training sales representatives to top sales ranks and training positions.

Meagan and her husband, Tony relocated to Roanoke three years ago after witnessing the economic development renaissance in the southwest Virginia region.  She is excited to continue Veterans advocacy by helping businesses in the Southwest partner with deserving and highly qualified military Veterans.

Meagan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies from the University of Maryland University College and regularly attends personal and professional development seminars. You may contact Meagan at:

Meagan.Lobuglio@dvs.virginia.gov

(540) 220-1091