Executive Profile



Executive Profile

Executive Profile Quasar Aerospace Industries, Inc. is a Colorado corporation, publicly traded on the OTC (Ticker QASP). Quasar will operate as the holding company for all current and future business units created or acquired. Quasar will provide significant assistance to its subsidiaries by assisting them by offering “One Stop Shopping” resources to meet and satisfy acquisition and financing needs. Quasar Aerospace Industries, Inc., formerly Equus Resources, Inc. was formed in 2004. On March 18, 2009, Equus Resources, Inc. merged with Quasar Aerospace Industries, Inc. (Delaware) which formed Quasar Aerospace Industries, Inc. (Colorado).




Donnell J. Vigil       CEO/President & Corporate Secretary


Donnell J. Vigil

Anneliese Clark

New Directors on the Board will be announced in a Press Release and then posted to this site.



Donnell J. Vigil graduated from Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice/Criminology and attended graduate school at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas in its Organization Development masters program. Mrs. Vigil has worked in the aviation field for over six (6) years and in the corporate arena for nearly eighteen (18) years. Mrs. Vigil currently presides as CEO, President, Corporate Secretary and Chairman of the Board for Quasar. She has served as an officer and director for two (2) other publicly traded corporations, seven (7) profit corporations and one (1) non-profit organization. Vigil has directly handled all SEC, OTC, DTCC, FINRA and Secretary of State filings for numerous publicly traded corporations. She was directly involved and responsible for entering into international and domestic contracts, raising capital, negotiating acquisitions, mergers, investor relations, compliance, executing business plans and closing long term agreements. Vigil utilizes her behavioral science knowledge to the planned development and reinforcement of organizational strategies, structures and processes for improving an organization’s effectiveness. Mrs. Vigil’s work history includes Coors Brewing Company, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, Quasar Aerospace Industries, Inc., Apex Engineering International, LLC and the Disabled American Veterans. She has owned and operated two (2) of her own businesses one (1) in retail and the other in the legal service industry. Mrs. Vigil has extensive corporate and legal knowledge. She managed numerous law firms as well as functioning as a paralegal for ten (10) years. Her legal knowledge includes, but is not limited to, corporate, contract, civil, employment, domestic, estate, and bankruptcy law. She worked for a U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee, a city attorney, litigation firm, and a domestic mediator.
In addition, Vigil has received the following honors and recognition: Budding Barristers Award from the Denver Bar Association Fortune 500 Sales Award Recipient with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Mrs. Vigil is a Gold Member of the Florida Cannabis Coalition. She served as a member of the Friends University Advisory Board and as Chairman of its PR/Communications Committee, as well as Chair for Apex’s Safety Board PR/Communications Committee. Mrs. Vigil was a former Hispanic Employee Network member, Delta Phi Omega member, Board representative for the Denver Bar Association, and Treasurer for a Kansas Board of Education campaign. She is also a lifetime Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary member. Vigil is a native of Denver, Colorado therefore she knows the location and culture for conducting business in Colorado.

She has been featured in Florida Times Union and Jacksonville Business Journal.


Anneliese Clark is a mother of 4 and resides in St Johns, Florida.  She graduated with Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Communications.  She worked in sales and promotions for the food and beverage industry prior to opening and operating her own business in the insurance industry for the last 20 years.  She has been listed in the Business Journal’s “Top 25” in both the Independent Insurance Agencies and Women Owned Business categories multiple times.  Her first year as a sales manager for Colonial Life, she exceeded first year sales goals by 500%.  She is the first woman in Colonial Life history to win the Premier Office of the Year award as well as multiple other sales achievement awards.  After 5 President’s Clubs she was awarded the Circle of Honor with the company.

Her youngest child Christina, born normal, began having seizures at 3 months old.  After a barrage of tests, she was diagnosed with cryptogenic, generalized epilepsy and put on her first med.

Anneliese has spent the past 10 years searching for relief for her daughter.   Christina has tried 16 different anti-epileptic drugs, Vagal Nerve Stimulator, Ketogenic diet (3 times),  GF/CF diet, stem cell transplants in 3 different countries and 3 brain surgeries.  Thousands of seizures and hundreds of medicine side effects and surgeries have left her mentally and physically disabled.   Christina tried medical grade cannabis oil in January 2014.  She had a 90% reduction in seizures and began making huge developmental gains during this trial period.  Due to Florida’s restrictive laws as well as the Federal road blocks, appropriate medical grade cannabis options were not readily available to her.  Christina’s condition deteriorated without adequate access to the very medicine that made her better and improved her quality of life.

Anneliese became an avid spokeswoman and advocate for medical cannabis as a treatment option in Florida.  She has spent endless hours studying Cannabis as medicine and is active in several focus groups, collaborating with industry people and patients nationwide.  She has travels to different states, meeting with growers, researchers and industry professionals.  She has testified in front of the Florida senate and attended the majority of DOH hearings regarding current legislation.   She speaks with doctors, parents, patients, law enforcement and business people to educate and bring awareness to this topic.   She meets with legislators regarding new legislation in Florida.  She is a member of the Florida Cannabis Core Group – a think tank of professionals moving legislative efforts forward as well as a member of Moms United, Americans for Safe Access and FloridaCann.

She is currently working business people and investors regarding industry opportunities nationwide. She serves on the board for the following organizations: National Hemp LLC – Director of Lobbying; and The Cannamoms – Corporate Sponsorship & Legislative Analyst.

And has been featured in the following media:  CNBC, First Coast News, Action News Jax, Patients Out of Time Radio, TakingFocus.org, Bay Area 9, Wake up with Edie Darling

Speaker at numerous cannabis events in Florida – 4 Florida Cannabis Coalition conferences and Americans for Safe Access Medical conference.


The company leases offices, hangar space and aircraft tie-downs from the Jacksonville Aviation Authority located at Herlong Airport, 9300 Normandy Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32221. Operating out of this location are Atlantic Aviation, Inc., A-Cent Aviation, Inc., Quasar Aircraft Corporation and the headquarters of Quasar Aerospace Industries, Inc. and Green Energy Investments, Inc.  A-Cent Aviation, Inc. operates its headquarters out of Lancaster Airport located at 500 Airport Road, Lititz, PA 17543.

Green Energy Investments, Inc. dba Hydro-Grow Supply, Inc. operates its hydroponic grow store at 644 Peterson Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80915.

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