Jeffrey M. Epstein, the founder and president of Healing the Wounds, dedicated thirty-nine years of his professional life to real estate, mortgage banking, marketing, business management, media relations and counter-terrorism. During his tenure in the banking industry, he initiated a fraud investigation that led to the incarceration of several real estate professionals. His tireless efforts fighting financial corruption elevated him to senior vice-president of our nation’s largest portfolio-lending institution, Great Western Mortgage.
As media relations director of Vietnam Vets for the Truth “VVT,” Mr. Epstein became embroiled in a political firestorm. In mid-2004, he broke one of the most widely reported stories of the presidential election cycle. His publicizing of candidate John Kerry’s photograph that was displayed in the communist “War Crimes” museum in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, sent shockwaves through the American electorate and the nation’s veterans. The exhibit captured the Communist Party General Secretary Comrade Do Muoi greeting Senator Kerry.
Mr. Epstein’s contribution to exposing Kerry’s disturbing alliance with a hostile, communist regime was prominently featured in the 2004 record-breaking best-seller, Unfit for Command. VVT’s commitment to uncovering the controversy indubitably remained in the hearts of American voters as they entered the ballot booths in November 2004. Mr. Epstein credits two patriotic Americans, Captain Larry Bailey (U.S. Navy, Ret.) and Attorney John O’Neil, for providing him with the opportunity to serve our beloved nation.
Mr. Epstein’s former non-profit organization, America’s Truth Forum, sponsored several critically acclaimed educational symposiums on the threat of radical Islamist terrorism. As a respected counter-terrorism analyst, on the burgeoning terrorist threat against the U.S., he had been a featured guest on national radio and television news shows, including “Fox & Friends,” CBN, and Fox News. Mr. Epstein’s research has contributed to several counter-terrorism investigations.
Dr. Bruce Tefft served 21 years in the CIA, including 17 years abroad, many as a CIA Chief of Station, and was a founding member of the CIA’s Counter Terrorism Center in 1985.
Since leaving the CIA, Dr. Tefft has traveled more than 350,000 miles, training more than 20,000 law enforcement officers and first responders in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Mexico. After 9/11 he served as the New York Police Department’s Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence advisor.
Dr. Tefft is vice-president of the Western Defense Studies Institute in Rome, providing worldwide terrorism prevention and emergency response training to first responders, law enforcement, and security agencies and civil servants.
He has a Master’s degree in History and a Doctorate in International Law from the University of Denver.
General Thomas G. McInerney: After a military career spanning 35 years as a pilot, commander, and strategic planner in the United States Air Force, Lt. General Thomas McInerney, retired from active military service in 1994 as Asst. Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force and Director of the Defense Performance Review (DPR), which reported to the Secretary of Defense.
A command pilot with more than 4,500 flying hours, including combat missions, General McInerney served in numerous key Air Force assignments where he gained extensive military command and overseas experience. General McInerney commanded the Alaska Air Command Alaskan NORAD Region and Joint Task Force Alaska in May 1988. In July of 1989, he assumed command of Alaskan Command upon its activation. He became commander of 11th Air Force when Alaskan Air Command was redesignated in August 1990.
He completed four tours of duty in Vietnam, flight reconnaissance missions during the Cuban missile crisis, and air escort missions in the Berlin Corridor. He is the recipient of numerous military awards and decorations, including the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster, Distinguished Flying Cross with oak leaf cluster, Bronze Star Medal with “V” device and oak leaf cluster, Vietnam Service Medal with six service stars, and others. He was also awarded the Third Order of the Rising Sun by the Japanese government.
Upon his retirement from the military, General McInerney joined Loral Defense Systems-Eagan (then Unisys Electronic Systems Division) as Vice President of Command and Control. From 1996-1999, he served as C.E.O. & President of BENS (Business Executives for National Security), a nonpartisan organization of business and professional leaders headquartered in Washington, D.C., which works to engage the business community in securing America’s future with a more efficient defense establishment. In January 2000, General McInerney established the consulting firm of GRTT (Government Reform Through Technology), which works with high-tech companies doing business with federal, state, city, and local governments, and helps them integrate advanced technologies into the public sector.
A respected military analyst, commentator, and author, General McInerney is a FOX News Military Analyst, appearing regularly on the FOX News Channel as well as on other national television networks and nationally syndicated radio shows. He is a frequent contributor of articles to major publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Washington Times, Weekly Standard, and others, and together with retired Army Maj. General Paul Vallely, co-authored the book “Endgame: The Blueprint for Victory in the War on Terror.” General McInerney serves on the Boards of Directors of several corporations, including Alloy Surfaces Company, Inc., Kilgore Flares Co., LLC, Nortel Government Solutions Inc., Agusta Westland NA, and Pan American International Academy (Flight Simulators).
Lieutenant General (Ret.) William G. Boykin, a native of North Carolina, was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Infantry from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 1971. His early assignments in conventional units included the 2nd Armored Division, the 101st Airborne Division, and as a company commander in the 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized). Special Operations assignments included positions as: A Platoon Leader and then the Company Executive Officer in 1st Battalion (Ranger) 75th Infantry, Fort Stewart, Georgia; Branch Chief at the Florida Ranger School, Eglin, Florida; and Director for Operations at the Joint Special Operations Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Additionally, LTG Boykin has served a total of thirteen years in the Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta, as a Detachment Commander, Staff Officer, Squadron Commander (twice), the Deputy Commander, and finally, as the Commander.
In 1994, LTG Boykin was assigned to Washington, D.C. and the Pentagon as the Chief, Special Operations Division, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff followed by a posting to the Central Intelligence Agency as the Deputy Director of Special Activities and promotion to the rank of Brigadier General. Next, he was assigned to the Army Staff as the Deputy Director for Operations, Readiness, and Mobilization. In 1998, LTG Boykin was assigned to Fort Bragg, North Carolina as the Commanding General, United States Army Special Forces Command. In 2000, he was assigned as the Commanding General, United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
In 2003, following the creation of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, LTG Boykin was assigned as the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in charge of Intelligence and Warfighting Support.
LTG Boykin earned a Bachelors of Science Degree from Virginia Tech University in education and a Masters Degree from Shippensburg University in Public Administration. He attended the Armed Forces Staff College and the Army War College. Some of LTG Boykin’s badges include: the Master Parachutist Badge, the Ranger Tab, and the Special Forces Tab. LTG Boykin is a combat veteran who has participated in numerous operations; some of which include the Iranian Hostage Rescue Mission, Granada, Panama, and with Task Force Ranger in Mogadishu, Somalia.
Some of LTG Boykin’s awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal (with three Oak Leaf Clusters), Legion of Merit (with Oak Leaf Cluster), Bronze Star Medal, Air Medal, and the Purple Heart (with Oak Leaf Cluster).
LTG Boykin is currently the Wheat Professor of Leadership Studies at Hampden-Sydney College in Farmville, Virginia. He is married to the former Ashley Steele of Darien, Connecticut, and they have five children between them.
John Ellis O’Neill is a 1967 graduate of the United States Naval Academy who was a highly decorated veteran of Swift Boats in Vietnam. He was the seconding speaker at the 1972 Republican National Convention. After graduation with highest honors from the University of Texas Law School (1 out of 555) he was a law clerk to Justice William Rehnquist at the U.S. Supreme Court from 1974-1975.
John O’Neill is a partner in Winston & Strawn LLP’s Houston office. An experienced trial lawyer, Mr. O’Neill concentrates his practice in large-scale commercial litigation and arbitration, particularly securities claims, trade secret litigation, environmental litigation, and class action litigation. He has tried successfully several hundred large court cases and arbitrations.
Recently, Mr. O’Neill was listed in the 2015 edition of “Best Lawyers in America” for commercial litigation. In 2004, Mr. O’Neill was selected by Texas Lawyer as “Impact Lawyer of the Year” and has been named a “Texas Super Lawyer” every year since the award was established.
Mr. O’Neill’s pro bono work includes the defense of a deportation action by the INS and securing religious asylum for a 14-year-old child. It was the first known action of this kind against the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) in the Houston area that was lost by the INS in more than 14,000 cases. He also served as co-counsel for a case involving a Sudanese refugee who had been accused of welfare fraud. He obtained a jury acquittal of the case.
Mr. O’Neill is a member of the American Bar Association and the Federal Regulation of Securities Committee’s Section of Corporation, Banking and Business Law (1978 – Present).
In 2004, he was co-chair of Swift Boat Veterans for Truth; appeared on several hundred television shows, and authored the New York Times No. 1 best-seller “Unfit for Command”.
He is a kidney donor.
Colonel Ken Cordier, USAF (Ret) was born and raised in Ohio. He holds a bachelors’ degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Akron, and a masters’ degree in Business Management from Troy State (Alabama). His professional military education includes Squadron Officer School, the Armed Forces Staff College, the National Security Management Course and the Defense Attache School.
Upon graduation from pilot training at Del Rio, Texas in 1963, Col Cordier was assigned to MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, flying the F-4C Phantom. Col. Cordier flew two combat tours in support of the war in Vietnam. In 1965, he deployed to Ubon airbase, Thailand where he flew 59 missions over N. Vietnam and Laos. In July 1966, Col Cordier volunteered to fly another tour, this time at Cam Ranh Bay airbase, Republic of Vietnam. He then brought his combat record to 175½ missions and more than 500 combat hours. On Dec 2, 1966, Col Cordier’s Phantom took a direct hit from a surface to air missile, forcing him to eject some 85 miles north of Hanoi. He was captured immediately and held in 4 different prisons in and around Hanoi, and near the Chinese boarder, until his release on Mar 4, 1973.
Returning to active duty after 4 months convalescent leave, Col Cordier attended the Armed Forces Staff College and re-qualified to fly jet aircraft. Over the ensuing 12 years, Col Cordier served in a number of flying and staff assignments, culminating with a tour as Air Attache to the United Kingdom.
Col Cordier retired from the Air Force in 1985 and returned to the U.S. where he represented British Aerospace in Washington DC, as Director, Military Aircraft. Since moving to Dallas in 1993, Ken has been self employed as a management consultant and has partnered with his wife in building her Mary Kay sales organization. He has served in leadership positions in several local veterans’ organizations and was Chairman of the 2004 and 2008 Dallas Military Ball. Ken has served as National President of both the Red River Valley Fighter Pilots’ Association and NAM POWs, the Association of Vietnam POWs, and is a frequent speaker on the subject of his POW experiences. During the 2004 Presidential campaign, Col Cordier, along with a number of fellow POWs, appeared in the film “Stolen Honor”.
The Colonel is a Command Pilot with more than 2,000 flying hours in fighter type aircraft. His combat decorations include: the Silver Star with oak leaf cluster; the Legion of Merit; Distinguished Flying Cross; Bronze Star with combat V for valor; Air Medal with 6 oak leaf clusters; Prisoner of War Medal and the Purple Heart. In 1998, Col Cordier was awarded the prestigious Daughters of the American Revolution DAR Medal of Honor, and in 2008, he was inducted into the American Combat Aviator Hall of Fame.
Additional Professional and Service Affiliations:
32nd Degree Mason
Air Force Association
Life Member The Order of Daedalians
The Order of Quiet Birdmen
The Military Order of the World Wars
Life Member The American Fighter Aces Association – Honorary member
Mykel Hawke Retired as a Captain in 2011 after 25 years in the U.S. Army Special Forces, also known as Green Berets, The Unconventional Warfare Specialist in Guerrilla War. He was a Sergeant First Class prior to that with Specialties in Medicine, Communications and Intelligence. Mykel was rated in 7 languages, paid for 3 and has a best-selling language book.
Hawke is best known for his work on TV as the Star & Producer of 7 television series, with over 50 shows and 1 film to his credit. Mykel also has 4 published books and been included in or written part of 10 others books, to include Harvard’s Global Medicine, Hawke’s Survival, and Ayres Guns, Knives & Martial Arts. Mykel earned his B.S. in Biology from UNY and his Master’s in Psychology from UCA. He is rated as a Black Belt in Aikido and Judo. Hawke is a Military Combat Veteran as well as a War Contractor & Country Manager for The State Department. Hawke has served and/or worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Colombia, Haiti, Turkey, Thailand, El Savador, Ukraine, Korea, Azerbaijan and other interesting places.
Mykel is a Father and Grandfather and dedicates a great deal of time teaching kids about safety, security and survival. In between teaching Military, Government, Corporations and Private Citizens, Mykel dedicates his time to his own family, studying his specialties and he works with charity organizations dedicated to helping Children, Animals and Veterans.
Karen Vaughn is the mother of fallen US Navy SEAL, Aaron Carson Vaughn (SEAL Team VI). On August 6, 2011 Aaron was killed in action in the Tangi River Valley of Afghanistan when a chopper (call sign Extortion 17) carrying thirty Americans was shot from the sky while rushing into battle. The day Aaron’s life ended Karen’s began again.
Over the past six years, Karen has emerged on the national scene as a powerful spokeswoman for not only our defenders still fighting on foreign soil and securing peace across the globe, but also as an advocate for a better, stronger, more resilient America.
Carrying on Aaron’s legacy has brought this Gold Star mother through the halls of Congress, into a National Press Conference, onto dozens of national television sets and well over 100 national and local radio shows. She’s been featured on large stages across this country as a keynote speaker, including a prime time guest speaker position during opening night of the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Karen is also the bestselling author of World Changer: A Mother’s Story.
Karen has been married to Billy Vaughn for almost thirty-seven years and still believes her greatest accomplishment on earth was raising her three children, Aaron, Tara, and Ana.
Chief James Craig is Detroit’s 42nd Police Chief. A native Detroiter, Chief Craig started his police career in Detroit in 1977, after graduating from Cass Technical High School. After a downsizing of the Detroit Police Department, he joined the Los Angeles police force and remained there for 28 years. From there, he became police chief in Portland, Maine, in 2009 and, in 2011, went on to become chief in Cincinnati until his appointment in Detroit in 2013.
Since that time he’s made a number of changes that have led to crime reduction, as well as an increase in officer morale and boost public confidence. Chief Craig has, among other actions and initiatives:
Inspirational leadership led to obtaining compliance in two federal consent agreements by reforming policing practices ensuring constitutional based community policing efforts
Implemented a Neighborhood Policing Program Project Green Light
Commenced numerous large-scale public raids targeting drug trafficking and fugitive apprehension – “Restore Order”
Voiced his support for responsible gun ownership and citizens right to protect themselves against criminals
Transparency Leadership through opened lines of communication with the public and increased media access Coming into Detroit, Chief Craig said he hoped to reduce violent crime, including homicide, rape, robbery, assault and shootings, by 5 percent. By the end of 2013, those crime categories declined by 7 percent. He elevated the reduction goal to 10 percent for the present year; achieving a 15 percent reduction through the first quarter of 2016.
More impressive is the homicide closure rate, calculated to be about 11 percent when Chief Craig arrived. Through a restructuring of the Homicide Department, he increased that figure to 50 percent by the end of 2013 and claimed a 97 percent clearance rate into the first quarter of 2014. Nearly every major crime category, not including assaults, has decreased in 2014 compared to through the same date last year.
Captain Clay Higgins is a New Orleans native, grew up on a large horse ranch with a large family, earning many state riding championships as a child and young teen.
A Louisiana State University graduate, Captain Higgins began his career with the US Army Military Police Corps for 6 years, where he was highly decorated, and served in overseas active duty in Panama. He then moved into private business, managing car dealerships. In 2004, at age 42, he began working as a reserve officer for the Opelousas Police Department. Higgins worked in Opelousas for 4 years before moving on to the Port Barre Police Department for 3 years. Although he felt his work as a night-shift patrolman was meaningful and made a true impact upon the people he encountered, including young children who, as adults, still call him “Uncle Clay” he joined the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office in Opelousas in 2011 where he became the Sheriff’s spokesman.
Captain Higgins starred in weekly Crime Stoppers segments that garnered a cult following in the four months since he first went on air. His stern demeanor, back-country drawl and made-for-TV one-liners explain why, in towns across southern Louisiana, he quickly became known as the Cajun John Wayne.
Criminals listened to him. On one segment, Higgins looked into the camera and told Ladarious Young, a local fugitive who was accused of assaulting a woman with a beer bottle and was also linked to a casino heist, to turn himself in to “start to make things right. You can’t run from your own guilt, son. …You can’t hide from what you’ve done, and you’ll never escape … the long arm of the law.”
Higgins’s most memorable expressions, such as “have your affairs in order” — which he growled during a segment in which he promised to hunt down a generator thief — are inspiring memes and repeated by fans who swarm the lawman in public.
Captain Higgins served 12 years total behind a civilian badge, including 12 as a SWAT officer.
He is a Senior Sensei at his own martial arts school. Captain Higgins, a highly decorated cop, still views himself as “ a lowly decorated Christian.
David Schippers, is the senior partner in the law firm of David P. Schippers & Associates which specializes in trust law, labor law, trials and appeals in the State and Federal Courts of Illinois and throughout the Country.
In 1998 Mr. Schippers was the Chief Investigative Counsel, to the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on the Judiciary where he handled investigative issues and investigations relating to the Committee’s oversight investigation of the U.S. Department of Justice and all of its sub-agencies. He was also responsible for reviewing and reporting on the Referral of the Office of Independent Counsel concerning possible impeachment offenses committed by President William Jefferson Clinton. He was then responsible for conducting the Impeachment Inquiry authorized by the House of Representatives and reporting the results to the Committee on the Judiciary.
From January 1, 1999 to February 28, 1999 – Mr. Schippers was the Chief Counsel to the United States House of Representatives Managers for the Impeachment Trial of President William Jefferson Clinton in the United States Senate.
In addition to his legal activities, Mr. Schippers has a long history of working with students. At the Loyola University School of Law, Chicago, Illinois and the Williamette University School of Law, Salem Oregon, he has taught trial advocacy and advanced trial advocacy to senior law students. He has also lectured and taught trial advocacy to United States Air Force officers at the Air University, Montgomery, Alabama.
Mr. Schippers has also lectured to high school, college and civic groups on various aspects of law and law related topics, 1965 to date. In addition, I have been guest lecturer in many classes of American Government and American legal and constitutional history.
Mr. Schippers has been proud to serve as one of five members of the Illinois State Police Merit Board; and as a member of the Illinois Crime Investigating Committee.
He was the recipient of the Loyola University Law Alumni Medal of Excellence for “national distinction as a young lawyer in the Federal prosecution of organized crime in Chicago, thereby contributing significantly to the Law Alumni’s outstanding record of professional public service; of the Loyola University Alumni Association Citation for “distinguished service to the legal profession”; and a recipient of the Award of Appreciation from the Federal Criminal Investigators Association for outstanding service in defense of Federal Narcotic Agents in Collinsville, Illinois.
Mr. Schippers is the author of Sellout, The Inside Story of President Clinton’s Impeachment, a book that was on the New York Times list of best sellers.
Dr. Alexandra (Alex) Oliveira was born in Rio de Janeiro Brazil, where she earned a B.S. degree in Industrial Chemistry followed by a M.S. degree in Organic Chemistry. In fall of 2000 she completed the Dept. of Food Science and Human Nutrition Ph.D. Program at University of Florida, where she studied quality aspects of Gulf of Mexico sturgeon.
In 2001, Alex joined the Monell Chemical Senses Center (University of Pennsylvania) as Post-Doctoral Fellow in the area of analytical organic chemistry, and after a 9-month term she became Assistant Prof. of Seafood Chemistry at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (Kodiak Center). She spent the following 13 years of her career at UAF, where she led a dynamic research program in the area of seafood science and technology. During her tenure at UAF she conducted research in more than 25 projects, and published over 70 peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters among other publications addressing diverse technical aspects of fish and shellfish products. After her departure from UAF in 2014, when she joined the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute as Technical Program Director, she gained Affiliate Faculty status with the School of Fisheries and Ocean Science. Alex joined BluWrap, a California-based technology company, in mid-June of 2015 as VP of Scientific Affairs.
Alex served as Alaska Representative for the Pacific Fisheries Technologists Association from 2009 to 2015 and since 2016 became the PFT Member At Large representative. She is also a member of the Institute of Food Technology, where she served in numerous committees. She is an AFDO certified HACCP instructor, and a member of the cadre of instructors of the University of Maryland and FDA’s Joint Institute of Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN) international education programs in seafood safety.
Kate Wynne has been involved in the documentation and mitigation of marine mammal interactions with humans throughout the U.S and abroad for more than three decades.
From 1988 to 2015, Kate was the Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program’s marine mammal specialist and a professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). As a researcher, Kate actively collaborated with a variety of state, federal, and academic researchers to monitor population trends, mortality, and diets of pinnipeds and cetaceans that most directly interact with coastal fishermen and commercial fisheries.
Because Kate views outreach and education as key to mitigating marine mammal–human conflicts, she also introduced K-12 students to marine mammal ecology, mentored interns, and advised more than a dozen graduate students as they gained their PhD and MS degrees in Marine Biology.
Following her retirement from UAF in 2015, Kate has maintained her involvement in marine mammal research, education, and outreach as a consultant to NOAA, state agencies, and non-profit groups such as the Alaska Deep Ocean Science Institute.
During her tenure with the Alaska Sea Grant program, Kate wrote three marine mammal field identification guides— Guide to Marine Mammals of Alaska, Guide to Marine Mammals and Turtles of the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, and most recently Guide to Marine Mammals and Turtles of the U.S. Pacific. In addition to increasing public awareness and ability to accurately identify marine mammals, these guides have been used by marine resource observers in the U.S., Central America, and West Africa.
Julie Matweyou is the Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program (MAP) agent for the Kodiak Island Archipelago and is based in the city of Kodiak.
Ms. Matweyou is an Assistant Professor with the University of Alaska Fairbanks and has a master’s degree in Biological Oceanography, with a research emphasis in Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP)/ harmful algal blooms (HABs). She has worked as a commercial fisherman in the Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands and throughout Alaska in the field of environmental remediation. As a MAP agent she works to bring relevant training and information to fisherman, engages in community outreach and education activities, and works with local and statewide organizations to sustain healthy coastal ecosystems.
Matweyou remains active in research, service and education related to PSP, and is recently involved in investigating utility of low cost toxin testing tools, utilizing laboratory based and field tests as a classroom tool, and in coordinating Kodiak involvement in the ADEC Recreational PSP testing program. Matweyou is a certified instructor for the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association and teaches Cold Water Marine Safety to commercial fishermen and Ergonomics to fish process workers. Other activities include environmental monitoring (HABs, marine invasive tunicates, Fukushima radiation); and (co)organizing events such as the Alaska Young Fisherman’s Summit, Kodiak ComFish, targeted trainings to commercial fishermen, the Kodiak Area Marine Science Symposium, and other marine science educational activities.
Dr. Marlene Schwartz: Following graduation from a seven-year medical program at Brooklyn College (SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn), Dr. Schwartz earned her board certifications in pulmonary, critical- care and internal medicine. She has practiced medicine for over 28 years – attending to the needs of both out-patients and those admitted for critical care. Dr. Schwartz was twice recognized, by New York Magazine, as one of the city’s top Doctors.
Jeff Holland was raised in rural Michigan following his family’s relocation from Great Britain. As a young man, he not only enjoyed outdoor activities but was inspired by them – on both a personal and professional level. He credits his illustrative talents to the knowledge he acquired from frequent forays into the wilderness on camping, hunting, fishing, boating and photographic adventures.
A graduate of Michigan State University, Jeff pursued a career in illustration and graphic design. Over the past 25 years, he’s worked with all forms of media including broadcast television, cable, print and internet-based. Mr. Holland’s extensive client list, of industrial giants, includes General Motors, Talley Defense, Honeywell / Allied Signal, Boeing / McDonnell Douglass, Action Performance, NASCAR and the State of Arizona.
Jeff is a patient man who enjoys working with children. He often encourages them to employ artistic tools and creative methodologies to deal with life’s challenges.