Kelly's strengths are derived from 30 years in the hospitality and grocery industry. With her experience in managing the two flagship restaurants on Beale St in Memphis to opening and managing grocery stores for a well-known and upscale grocery chain.


Kelly has the skills and knowledge to manage the day to day business and control the systems that make MCM run like a well-oiled machine. Her ability to meet the needs of the MCM Team and see to it that clients are our priority. Her major strengths lie in HR, inventory controls, and systems. She has been known for her ability to increase productivity while keeping her team happy, giving us the ability to meet our goals and retain a select group of Team Members.



Richard has primarily been in the emergency response industry for the past 15 years, providing innovative project management. He has been involved in constructing and man camps for 2500 people in North Dakota, feeding 30,000 meals a day for Red Cross operating mass-care camps for up to seven different locations at one time to various construction and disaster response projects throughout the United States.


During his downtime and break from providing emergency response services, he constructs and builds mobile response equipment like restrooms, showers, kitchens, wastewater purifications systems, and other facilities needed for the emergency response and oil & gas industries.


He has responded to many natural disasters including 23 hurricanes, six tornados, one earthquake, five catastrophic floods, and six ice storms. Some of the events have been in third world countries with no resources.


He has been involved in the construction of many structures over the years for both temporary and permanent projects. His involvement with government and private funded projects has given him the ability to operate in many different environments with groups of diversified people.

He has brought together and assembled a response team for MCM that is comprised of many individuals that can execute tasks rapidly with precision to make the projects successful. There have been some people that have dubbed him as a logistical mastermind.



Craig has been in the industry for 15 years with experience in managing oil field daily operations, construction management, management of custodial services, temporary facility operations, and mass-care disaster housing.

His contributions to the team are essential to Morgan Chase Solutions to meet the operational goals with daily managing services at any site. Craig will be a crucial part of our ongoing operations with housekeeping, day-to-day operations, and quality control after our construction processes are completed.



John has been an essential part of our team for 15 years. He can produce large quantities of food. He manages his staff very efficiently. Since he started working with MCM, he has overseen the production of the largest man camp in the US.


While feeding an average of 2,400 people daily, he took responsibility and execution of off-premise events for the oil industry. He is a substantial part of our production team.



Robert has been on our team since March of 2002. He started as a Production Manager, and with his ability to manage the safety side of our business, he was quickly promoted to Safety Coordinator. Robert is a "black or white" type of person. For him, it is either right or wrong. In today's time with cross-contamination and dealing with the COVID-19 issues, he has been trained in detailed HACCP, Critical Control, Site Safety, and COVID-10 procedures.

Robert has been focusing on the safety side of operations and while feeding the border detainees, all the way from McAllen, Texas to San Diego, CA. His ability to adhere to the guidelines set by the CDC for the new standards required for distancing and sanitation is an essential part of our team's focus.