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The Team

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Bill Blodgett


Bill Blodgett's life was shaped by adversity from a young age. Losing his father at just two years old and growing up without that guiding presence could have led him down a dark path. However, destiny had something else in store for him. As a teenager, Bill found solace and mentorship in the form of a couple of his friend's dads. These men not only introduced him to the joys of the outdoors but also helped him forge a meaningful relationship with faith. Their guidance was a turning point that kept Bill away from a potentially troubled future that often befalls fatherless youths.


Years later, the love and direction that these mentors provided Bill resurfaced as a dream to change the lives of countless other fatherless youth. This dream gave birth to Majesty Outdoors in 2007, marking the beginning of an incredible journey.

Susan Blodgett


Susan is Bill’s wife for over 25 years and has a degree in accounting from Texas A&M University. She was raised in an extensive ranching operation in McMullen County, Texas, where she assisted her family in their cattle operation and accounting. She has been alongside Bill and Majesty Outdoors since day one. She chaperones when the crew films teen girls. Susan is a prayer warrior, with a gigantic servants heart and gift of hospitality.


Dave Cotham

Executive Director

Dave Cotham served on the pastoral team at Church Unlimited, formerly Bay Area Fellowship, for 9 1/2 years. His role as Executive Pastor of Spiritual Development included leading the Life Groups ministry, God Behind Bars prison ministry, Celebrate Recovery, and developing curriculum for Bible studies and discipleship classes. Dave also helped launch and then pastor the Padre Island campus for Church Unlimited for 8 years.

Dave has served in the ministry alongside his wife of over 35 years, Mary Ann. They are blessed with three incredible children and eleven grandchildren. Jennifer and Chris have Landon, Averie, and Olivia. Leo and Sabrina have Ian, Bryson, Zane, Gunner, Teagan, and Sawyer. And James and Caitlin have Harper and Payton. All of them live in Corpus Christi and regularly spend time together as a family enjoying all the love God has poured into their lives.

Dave’s prior experience includes 20 years in the US Postal Service with the last 15 of those in upper level management.

Dave grew up in the outdoors with his dad and family spending much of their time camping, fishing, and hunting. This love of the outdoors has carried over to his family. With the grandchildren coming along it has become a primary focus for his family and for ministry of helping this next generation come to know and love God and all the beauty and splendor of His Creation.

Dave’s passion is identifying and raising up leaders and passing on God’s life lessons to those next generations of future leaders.


Carolina Sizemore

Director of Programs

Carolina Sizemore loves staying busy with her family and her passion for encouraging young women (and those young at heart). As a former board member and presenter for the “It’s A Girl Thing!” conference (15 Years), she has committed her life to battling the issues that teen girls face on a daily basis.

She became a life-long advocate for anti-trafficking when the atrocities committed against young women were first brought to her attention. From speaking in schools to lobbying in Washington D.C., she can be found educating others as well as helping them realize one person can make a difference.

Carolina currently serves as Chairman for The Coastal Bend Coalition Against Modern Day Slavery and serves on the Texas Coastal Bend Border Region Human Trafficking Task Force as Co-Chair for their mentoring initiative (EChO). She is responsible for training and on-boarding all Mentors for the Task Force as well as staying up to date with all evidence-based trainings and initiatives nationally.

As a mentor and Life Coach she offers inspiration and more at

Her love and passion for the Word of God fuels her endeavors, and she realizes we were not created to “run the race alone”.

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David Davila

Director of Operations

David Davila served on the pastoral team at Journey Church Corpus Christi as the executive pastor for 2 years. He and his wife have attended Journey church since 2013 and have served in youth ministry, children’s ministry and several other ministries.

He and his wife have three beautiful children and live on a small farm with mini cows, chickens, donkeys and a mini pig. Their whole family loves the outdoors and enjoys recreational activities as well as hunting and fishing.


Prior to ministry David spent 12 years in the oilfield and pursuing various entrepreneurial ventures. He and his wife also mentor and coach people in their health in order to pursue a balance physically, mentally, spiritually and financially. David is passionate about mentoring and leadership and loves seeing others become all God created them to be.

Alyssa Simons

Director of Volunteers

Alyssa Simons’ first ministry is her family. She is a mother of two and is married to the love of her life, Mike. She has a deep desire for the revival of youth and has a heart for helping women find their identity in the Almighty Father.

Alyssa enjoys hiking in national parks around the country, loves sewing, reading the Bible, and in her free time enjoys training her golden retriever, Daisy.

After giving her life to Christ in 2021, she took a leap of faith to leave the corporate world as an insurance agent after 9 years, and transitioned to the non-profit sector stepping into her purpose with Majesty Outdoors.

As a story teller, she is relentless to share the healing she has received, wash others with the Word of God, and let others borrow her belief in them, till their real freedom comes!

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Sixto Serrano

Marketing & Communications Manager

After his time in the Navy, Sixto delved into studying multimedia production. Using his skills, he launched several ventures in California. Later, he relocated to Texas, where he crossed paths with Nicole, his future wife. Together, they raised three wonderful children by the coastline while expanding Serrano Films. Through this venture, they crafted cinematic productions for various clients, spanning private, corporate, and nonprofit organizations. His exceptional work in this field earned him awards as a cinematographer.

Driven by a deeper purpose, Sixto sought to align his work with his faith. He joined the media ministry at Real Life church, driven by a desire to contribute more to the Lord's work. It was there that he connected with Bill Blodgett and became captivated by the mission of Majesty Outdoors. This encounter led to his involvement in filming for Majesty, eventually leading to his current role as the Marketing and Communications Manager, where he passionately blends his skills with a commitment to a cause he deeply believes in.

James Cadena

Chapter Leader | Flour Bluff

James Cadena is a missionary from New Jersey with a heart dedicated to serving others and promoting healthy families and purpose-driven lives. Alongside his incredible wife and five beautiful children, James embarked on a journey around the United States and Mexico, spreading the message of Jesus. Now residing in Corpus Christi for over four years, James and his family consider their own household their first ministry, allowing for a welcoming spirit for others to experience healthy family dynamics.

Having grown up in a single-parent household following his father's passing at the age of five, James deeply understands the importance of family, mentors, and programs like Tidechangers. Recognizing the transformative impact they can have, he volunteered with Tidechangers for a year before wholeheartedly committing to a full-time role. Driven by his desire to combat fatherlessness, James strives to fulfill the mission of Majesty Outdoors and make a significant difference in the lives of others.

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Mathew Briones

Chapter Leader | Alice, TX

Mathew Briones is a husband and father to his wife Stephanie and daughter Evelina Laurette. He is the author of "Meant for More" a book about teaching and education through the eyes of a Christian. His hopes are to inspire, give hope and make a difference in the lives of others. 

Prior to ministry, Mathew received his Bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University Kingsville in 2016 and has worked with youth ever since in various settings including being a teacher, a teen facilitator, and a youth pastor. 

In his personal time being with his family is his favorite hobby. He also serves in his local church’s worship team playing the acoustic and bass guitars. 

Marcela Hernadez

Chapter Leader | Westside

Having been a single teenage mother of two, I intimately understand the challenges of overcoming obstacles to achieve success. My life's purpose revolves around empowering other women, breaking the cycles that hinder their progress. I'm deeply committed to equipping the next generation. For nine years, I dedicated myself to youth ministry, and later, transitioned to a nonprofit where I counseled and mentored women facing tough situations.


Alongside my husband and our three wonderful children, our family is dedicated to bringing hope and disrupting the cycle of fatherlessness. Together, as leaders of the Westside Tidechanger Chapter, we share the goodness of God through our love for the outdoors.

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Leroy Espinoza

Chapter Leader | Robstown, TX

Leroy Espinoza has been working in church roles for 22 years and is now an Associate Pastor and leader of the Men's Group at the Bridge Church in Robstown. Over the years, he's helped children, teenagers, and men learn to be leaders as God wants them to be. He's a dad to Josie, Elijah, and Zeke, and a granddad to Scarlett.


He's been married to JoAnna for 34 years and likes having Sunday dinners with his family. Leroy has also worked with kids and families in schools and social services for 27 years. He went to TAMUK and got a college degree in Human Science, plus he's done a lot of training on how to teach families. For fun, he likes to fish, watch sports, and listen to music.

Steve Chavez

Tidechanger ASP Program Coordinator

Steve Chavez is the Program Coordinator for Majesty Outdoors' after-school program. He attended Texas Bible Institute, where he earned a certification in Christian Studies, and holds a Texas Director's Certification through the NICCM program. Steve recently worked as a Site Director for the Boys and Girls Club of the Coastal Bend.

Since the age of 18, Steve has been serving in youth ministry at his local church, becoming the first in his family to minister. His passion is to serve the Lord and, through that, make a positive impact on the next generation. In his free time, Steve enjoys playing pickleball, kayaking, hunting, watching football, and spending time with family and friends.

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