Larry Rosenwinkel, President and CEO
MS Human Services, Capella University; Drug & Alcohol Counseling
Abuse Studies Certificate, UCLA. YogaFit certified yoga Instructor.
Dion Schram, CFO
17 years of investment management experience, specializing in personal financial planning, asset allocation and diversification, and income strategies. He is currently manager of internal audit and risk management for a small investment management firm in Los Angeles, CA. He holds a bachelors degree in accounting from California State University, Fullerton.
Laura Gale, Secretary
Bachelors of Social Work (BSW) San Diego State University 1994
Masters of Social Work ( MSW) University of Illinois At Chicago 1997
Licensed Clinical Social Worker 2000 California Board of behavioral Sciences Adjunct Lecturer University of Southern California
District Group Fitness Manager
Certifications: NASM-PT, AFAA PT & GX, Silver Sneaker, Precision Cycle, FreeMotion, TurboKick, PiYo, Nike Training Club, & Les Mills BodyPump
Karla Jones Physical Education teacher, Bachelors degree in Physical Education, minor in health. Master’s in Education.
HR Director O’Melveny & Myers
BA Political Science – UCSD
MBA – UC Irvine
Management Consultant for Accenture
MBA Strategy & Global Business, New York University|
BS Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University
Dr. LaTonya Wood
B.S.Ed., University of Georgia, Ed.S University of Georgia
Ph.D., University of Virginia
LaTonya Wood is currently the Mental Health Clinical Program Head with the Enhanced Specialized Foster Care Program in the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. Prior to her current position, Dr. Wood worked as Director of Training with the Community-Correctional Psychology Training Program in Los Angeles county which placed predoctoral psychology interns and practicum students in a variety of correctional and community mental health settings throughout south Los Angeles. Dr. Wood has an appointment as Associate Clinical Professor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and has provided trainings and lectures on issues of cultural diversity, cross-cultural supervision, and psychological testing to academic, community and clinical settings. She also has served as adjunct faculty at Pepperdine University where she has taught courses on clinical interventions with children and adolescents, cross-cultural counseling and life-span development. She has a small private practice in the Los Angeles area, with clinical emphasis on the treatment of behavior and learning disorders in children and adolescents.