Officers & Directors

Raul Mas

President, SFASC

A graduate of Harvard Business School and Georgetown University, Raul spent most of his career in the world of international finance and wealth management with firms such as Goldman Sachs, Chase and American Express. Today he runs his own company, Gladius Consulting, and helps entrepreneurs and corporations with a wide variety of issues including marketing, finance, risk mitigation, communication strategies and public affairs. An astute observer of the political and business arenas, Raul is a frequent contributor to media outlets such as Newsmax Media, Fox News Latino, CNN, CNN En Español, America Teve, Radio Caracol, Radio Actualidad, Voice of America and others. Outside of work, he is passionate about helping our active duty service members (and veterans) and serves as the volunteer Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army (CASA) for South Florida. Raul has received numerous awards and recognitions for his support of the military including the Seven Seals Award from The National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), The Colonel Lettie Bien Freedom Award from the Miami-Dade County League of Cities and the US Army’s Commander’s Award for Public Service.

Benny Benitez

Director, SFASC

Rudy Moise

Director, SFASC

Rudolph “Rudy” Moise is an American businessman, osteopathic physician, former colonel of the United States Air Force, politician, lawyer, actor, and producer. He serves as trustee and a member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and was a trustee of University of Miami, where he is currently serving as Secretary.

Moise served twenty-one years as a flight surgeon for the Homestead Air Reserve Station where he rose to the rank of colonel, the highest position awarded to an American of Haitian descent.

In April 2014, Moise was appointed Ambassador-at-Large by Haitian president Michel Martelly to promote investments in Haiti. Moise later unveiled alternatives to promote tourism, revitalize agricultural production, create jobs, inject foreign capital into the national economy, and rehabilitate the environment.

Tim Murphy, Colonel, USAF (RET)

Director Emeritus, SFASC

Stan Bodner, Colonel, USAF (RET)


President, SFASC 1993-2010

Founder & President Emeritus

Air Force Association, Chapter 317

SFASC, the South Florida community, and the United States of America, suffered a great loss with the passing of Col. Stan Bodner in 2020. The founder of SFASC and a widely respected leader in military, business, and professional arenas, Stan has left an ongoing and active legacy that continues to successfully fulfill his missions. 
Stan graduated from the University of Miami with a BBA in 1957. He owned and managed a successful Miami advertising agency for 42 years, Stan, a 62 year resident of Miami-Dade, held numerous positions in local civic, trade and veterans organizations. Stan served in the Air Force as an aviator, and as a Public Affairs leader, during 34 years of service in the Air Force Reserve.
In 1993, Stan founded SFASC, As of 2020, SFASC awarded grants of over $550,000 to more than 550 cadets. 
SFASC aims to honor Col. Stan Bodner’s legacy and record of service each and every year going forward, through the scholarship program he established to make a difference in the lives of USAF ROTC Cadets at all of South Florida’s universities and colleges. SFASC plans to move higher and more effective … as appropriate, and with your help.

Paul Novack, P.A.

Attorney At Law

Director, SFASC

Paul D. Novack is a civil litigation attorney with an extraordinary background in law and public service. For three decades, he has been awarded the highest possible ratings for legal ability and ethics by renowned organizations. Most recently, he has been recognized by formal commendation entry into the Congressional Record of the United States, he was selected for the Lifetime Achievement Award by FANM the Family Action Network Movement, he was appointed by the Director of the Florida Highway Patrol to the FHP Advisory Council, and he was recognized for excellence in public service and access to justice by the Dade County Bar Association.

Mr. Novack has served in many positions of public responsibility, including six terms as Mayor of the Town of Surfside, membership on the Oversight Board for Miami Dade County Public Schools, the Intergovernmental Committee of the Florida League of Cities, and the Economic Development Board for Miami Dade County.

Mr. Novack is counsel and lead investigator for South Florida’s volunteer citizens’ cold homicide case project. He has served as a Captain in the Civil Air Patrol / Air Force Auxiliary and as a Flotilla Staff Officer in the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Business, the Nova Southeastern University College of Law, and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University’s Certificate Program in Crisis Management.

Bernard Schumacher, Lt. Col., C.A.P

Director Emeritus, SFASC