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Board of Directors

  • Eva Usadi

    President

    Eva is the daughter of a World War II Veteran. Growing up with her father's respect and love for those who serve has left an indelible imprint of public service on her. After the events of September 11, 2001, during which she was intricately involved with New York City's mental health response, Eva founded Trauma and Resiliency Resources, Inc. (TRR) as a resource for NYC's First Responders. Several years went by and then her firefighters and police officers began to deplo..

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  • Fr. (Maj.) Sean Levine

    Vice President

    Sean first entered active military service (Army) as an enlisted Chaplain Assistant in March of 1996. After completing Basic Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and Advanced Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, he served for just short of three years at Fort Drum in New York and for one year in Seoul, South Korea. He left active duty in December of 1999 to attend graduate school at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. Having completed a Master of Arts i..

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  • Michael E. Bobeck

    Board Member

    A philosophy of “Mission First, People Always” was taught to Mike almost 38 years ago by his Infantry Squad Leader. Mike was a young, enlisted Infantryman and the former Vietnam Veteran Marine’s words of wisdom not only stuck with him, but guided him through a career in the Army and Army National Guard from E1 to Brigadier General. When Mike retired from the Army he knew he was not ready to retire that philosophy. He found Trauma and Resiliency Resources, Inc. to be..

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  • Garrett Stacy

    Veteran Volunteer Coordinator

    Garrett Stacy is a Combat Medic who served 7 years in the U.S. Army. He trained in San Antonio, TX and Fort Sill, OK. He was stationed in Germany with the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade, and then at Walter Reed Army Medical Center as an NCO with Human Resources. Garrett deployed to Iraq during the surge period (’07-’08) in which his Aviation Battalion was directly involved with assaults on Sadr City and the transportation of troops around the Baghdad area. The largest honor..

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  • Mary Coleman

    Assistant to Executive Director

    Former President Ronald Reagan once said, “We can’t help everyone but everyone can help someone.” Mary heard this as a very young woman and it continues to inspire her even now, almost 40 years later. Mary believes a life of service is a life well lived. A life that helps even one other human being makes this life a little kinder and a little more bearable means she has fulfilled her purpose. Mary’s way of serving others is to support and empower those around her to ut..

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