Bill Brightman is the Executive Director of Service Dogs for Veterans in Greenville, South Carolina: an organization that complements traditional Veteran treatment of PTSD, TBI, and MST. The veteran and dog are trained together to be come a team that is effective and ADA compliant.
Dr. Henderson is the Director of Program Development and Evaluation, as well as a Professor of Education at Furman University. His credentials include a Ph.D. from SUNY-Buffalo, a Teacher Certification from UVA, a M.A. from Johns Hopkins, and a B.A., from FSU. Dr. Henderson has been a social studies teacher, taught history at various post-secondary institutions, worked for the federal government (1990-1991), and taught English in North Central Japan (1989-1990).
Joanne Timberlake is from Athens, GA and graduates in May 2020 from Furman University with a B.A. in Health Science and a B.A. in Religion. She currently works as a part-time assistant to Lynn Victory (RD, MA, LD, LPC) at the Cottage Counseling. She enjoys wellness advocacy, web design, and cooking. She will be furthering her passion for athlete wellness by working for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, starting summer of 2020.
Melissa Rayford is from Augusta, Georgia Area and graduated from Clemson University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. She works as a Metabolic Specialty Sales Representative/Certified Field Trainer for Boehringer Ingelheim, and taught science in Fayetteville, NC and in Columbia County. In addition to Melissa's work in pharmaceuticals, she is involved in many non-profits in Augusta, GA.
Nacole served 14 years in the U.S. Army, starting out as a Private, and up through the ranks to Captain (Special Forces, Logistics & served 2 Rotations as a Company Commander/Assisting Generals); while also representing medical, healthcare, biotech/pharmaceutical companies in sales, operations & manufacturing. Nacole now works as a Consultant LSSBB & CPLC.