EXECUTIVE ADVISORY BOARD
Dr. Tristan Faith, PhD, LMHC
Dr. Faith has worked as a therapist for over twenty years. Tristan’s Ph.D. research was in trauma. She has written several books with her third book about the topic and treatment of trauma.
Dr. Faith believes in the importance of addressing the mind, body, and spirit connection to heal mental health issues. She also includes art therapy, archetypal psychology, Jungian philosophies, reprogramming the brain, hypnosis, meditation, and inner child work along with cognitive behaviorism as tools to heal.
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Dr. Ron Eaglin
Dr. Ron Eaglin currently serves as the Chair of the Department of Engineering and Information Technology at Daytona State College. There he has led the department to full ABET accreditation of 3 programs in Engineering Technology and Information Technology and to high-level national rankings in U.S. News and World Report. The program is recognized nationally and internationally as one of the best and most affordable programs in the world. Ron lost his beloved wife to cancer seven years ago and in 2020 he lost his 21-year-old daughter in a tragic car accident.
As a wife, mother, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and philanthropist, Deana La Rosa takes pride in all of her endeavors. After 20+ years as a business owner, Although Deana is proud of her professional victories, she has learned that family, dedication, and community are the greatest measures of success. When Deana isn't working or volunteering in her community she is spending time at the beach with her husband, 5 kids, and 3 dogs.
Emily is a 4th-grade teacher in the Putnam City school district in Oklahoma City where she has taught since graduating from Southern Nazarene University in 2016. She firmly believes in the importance of dealing with mental health needs and building strong relationships in addition to teaching the required standards. Teaching in a state that tops the charts in childhood trauma (according to ACE scores) has opened her eyes to the major need for teachers and students to have quality resources available to help students walk through this trauma.