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Kevin Hines
Award-winning International speaker, author & mental health advocate, Kevin Hines has devoted his life to suicide prevention after miraculously surviving his own attempt on his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge in 2001.
Since, he has received a lifetime achievement award for his work. His memoir will be released in the summer of 2013.

Gen. Mark Graham (Ret.) & Carol Graham
Moving and passionate speakers, General Mark Graham (Ret.) and his wife, Carol lost their two sons who died fighting different battles. 
Kevin was a scholarship-cadet and on the way to medical school when he lost his fight with depression in 2003; in 2004, Jeffery was killed warning his platoon of an IED while leading a dismounted patrol in Iraq.  
Jennifer Storm

Storm is the recipient of the National Crime Victim Law Institute's 2012 Gail Burns-Smith Excellence in Victim Services Award. She was also a victim's advocate for several of the victims of Jerry Sandusky during his trial.  


Jennifer currently serves as Executive Director of the Victim Witness Assistance Program. She is also the author of several books, the most recent:

The Echoes of Penn State: Facing Sexual Trauma.



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Dr. Daniel Reidenberg

As the Executive Director of SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education), a national non-profit agency working to prevent suicide and help suicide survivors and those suffering with depression, Dan speaks passionately on the importance of mental wellness. Dan has been interviewed by several  media outlets and has been a keynote speaker and guest lecturer, and presented numerous workshops locally and nationally.

Dr. Charles Hoge
Colonel (Ret) 
Hoge is a national expert on mental health issues, traumatic brain injury and an advocate for lifting the stigma of mental illness-- especially in the military. Dr. Hoge has testified to Congress on five occasions and is interviewed frequently by national/international news organizations. He is the author of a self-help book for combat veterans and families: Once A Warrior--Always A Warrior: Navigating the Transition from Combat to Home.
Allan O'Keefe


O'Keefe a is a law enforcement officer with over ten years of active experience. He has been promoted to Detective and currently serves as President of the Florida Association of Hostage Negotiators (FAHN). Det. O'Keefe was selected as a member of the Sheriff's Office Crisis Negotiations Team where he has responded to numerous volatile barricaded suicides, suspect and hostage situations requiring his negotiation skills.

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