Team

Jennifer Stella, Executive Leadership Team

Jennifer holds a degree in microbiology and worked in the field of molecular infectious disease diagnostics before starting her family. She started looking more thoroughly into vaccine health impacts/injury recovery options and “alternative” health choices after her son reacted violently to his baby shots. She is now a classically trained homeopath and passionate citizen advocate for informed consent …

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Sandi Marcus, Executive Leadership Team

Sandi Marcus is mom to 3 adult children. Grandmother to 5 including identical twin boys diagnosed with autism. Public speaker, author, grassroots strategist and advocate for disability rights, vaccine safety and health freedom. Sandi is a member of several autism and disability organizations.

Dorian Yates, Executive Leadership Team

Dorian has worked on environmental and health issues for thirty-five years in the non-profit and for-profit sectors, covering a range of green and ecological issues including food, travel, energy and health care. Dorian has worked for grassroots advocacy organizations, lobbied state and federal legislators, advised philanthropic and socially responsible investment funds, managed green businesses, written …

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Dan Burns, Executive Leadership Team

Dan E Burns, Ph.D. (English), served as a writer-producer for Eastman Kodak Company, as a speechwriter for Diamond Shamrock Corporation/Maxus Energy, and as Adjunct Professor, University of Texas at Arlington, teaching systems analysis. In 1980 his third child, Benjamin, was diagnosed with autism. In Saving Ben: A Father’s Story of Autism, Burns chronicles his son’s …

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Allison Chapman, Executive Leadership Team

Allison Chapman attended Northeastern University and was formerly a restaurant and bar manager until she became the mom of 3 beautiful children, 2 daughters and a son with regressive autism, seizures, apraxia, gastrointestinal and esophageal inflammation. Since the autism regression in 2001 she has dedicated years to environmental, medical and education research, advocacy and activism. She …

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