Family in field

Directors

. Charlotte Andrew

Charlotte Andrew has been an advanced degree educator for over 20 years. She has worked with professionals in both education, finance and medicine. She currently spends much of her time training and assisting in the training of the severely educationally handicapped students to bring them to a point where they can integrate into their surrounding society.

She has spent much of her time teaching others and knows the importance of keeping advanced ideas simple.

With the aid of many different professionals she serves the communities she works with around the Western United States by finding and providing specialists in education, finance and health care who are willing to donate their time to helping non-professionals learn about, understand and personally use information and methods that will help them in their daily lives.

. Dr. Ken Rich

With multiple degrees finalizing in a Doctorate of Chiropractic, Dr. Rich brings over 30 years experience to the organization in health care, physical and occupational rehabilitation, education, group training, and business management. He has practiced in both Australia and the US and is now retired.

Owning and managing a multi-doctor specialized practice in the San Francisco area, Dr. Rich was a California Qualified Medical Examiner for the Workers' Compensation system, an Independent Medical Examiner for the California State Disability Insurance, and has taught specialized courses for state required CME credit to Doctors of Chiropractic, Medical Doctors, Acupuncturists and Registered Nurses in Trigger Point Therapy.

. James Nesbitt

Jim Nesbitt is a business consultant working with non-profit organizations. He began as a young man in the political arena working as a volunteer for local and state wide candidates. After several years he created his own company, NARS, Inc., designed to support small businesses looking for federal funding. It was through this effort that Mr. Nesbitt became acquainted with the other two directors and agreed to develop and manage the funding side of the NPO.

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