Executive Leadership Team

Over 135 Years of Combined Supply Chain Expertise at Your Service

Jerry Hounchell


As director of business Development, Jerry Hounchell leads all new business development initiatives for FASCOR’s supply chain execution software solution suite.

Prior to assuming this role his experience spanned both defending the United States as a Colonel in the United States Air Force and managing business operations with both Target and Macy’s.

Jerry’s Air Force experience focused on extensive large operations, training, development, and change management. He began his career as an engineer with oversight responsibilities specific to production at a contractor operation. Soon after, he transferred over to the aviation field as a B-52 pilot.

Highlights in his Air Force Career:
• Director of Safety at HQ Air Force Global Strike Command: Establishing nuclear safety, security, and training programs; directing ground, flight, and maintenance risk management for a 23,000 person / 135 aircraft / 450 missile organization.
• Vice Commander of 2nd Bomb Wing…world’s largest bomber wing: Combat readiness of 3 B-52 Squadrons; $14.5 billion in assets; welfare of 10,000 personnel.
• 23rd Bomb Squadron Commander: Led over 130 Aircrew and Support Personnel…and executed world-wide combat operations.

Highlights in Business Career:
• Customer Service; Fulfillment Operations; P&L Management; Human Resources
• Target and Macy’s

Jerry is married to Jana and has four boys. He can be found in his leisure time road biking, camping, at sporting events or traveling.

Any other items of interest: Jerry is actively involved in multiple activities/roles at his church

Jerry holds an BS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Notre Dame, an MBA from Louisiana Tech University and has a master’s in Strategic Studies from the Air War College and a master’s in Operation Arts & Sciences from Air Command and Staff College. 

Connect with Jerry on Linkedin or reach out to him directly via email at jhounchell@fascor.com

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