Irene Smith – Founder of Everflowing, Author, Educator, Advisory Board Elizabeth Kubler Ross Foundation

Irene Smith – Certified from the Los Angeles School of Massage in 1974 Irene holds a CAMTC state license, is a member of the International Massage Association, Hospice Volunteer Association; is a ceu provider for the BRN and NCBTMB, and on the advisory board of the Elisabeth Kubler Ross Foundation In 2001, Irene founded and currently directs Everflowing, an educational outreach program dedicated to teaching mindful touching, as an integral component to end of life care. Having introduced massage into hospice care on the West coast in 1982, Irene is a respected author and educator whose multimedia contributions are utilized world-wide.

Terri Tanielian – Senior Behavioral Scientist Rand Corporation and Nationally Recognized Veterans Mental Health Expert

Terri Tanielian –  Terri is a senior behavioral scientist and a nationally recognized expert on veteran mental health. Her areas of interest include military and veterans health policy; military suicide; military sexual assault; psychological effects of combat, terrorism, and disasters. She has led multiple studies to assess the needs of veterans and to examine the readiness of private healthcare providers to deliver timely, high quality care to veterans and their families. She has also examined community based models for expanding mental health care for returning veterans and their families. As the former director of the RAND Center for Military Health Policy Research, she spent a decade overseeing RAND’s diverse military health research portfolio. She was the co–study director for a large, non-governmental assessment of the psychological, emotional, and cognitive consequences of deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan entitled Invisible Wounds of War: Psychological and Cognitive Injuries, Their Consequences, and Services to Assist Recovery. She was also the co-director for RAND’s study Hidden Heroes: America’s Military Caregivers, the first representative study of military caregiving in the United States. She also recently completed a feasibility assessment examining the integration of DoD and VA purchased care approaches. Tanielian has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and reports. She currently serves as a fellow in the Military Service Initiative for the George W Bush Institute. She was a member of the planning committee for the 18th, 22nd, and 26th Annual Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy, which focused on mental health needs and recovery following September 11, Hurricane Katrina, and deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan, respectively. She earned her […]

Aamod Wagh – Founder and CEO of TigerTech Smart Living

Aamod Wagh – Aamond is the Founder and CEO of TigerTech Smart Living – a startup with a vision to leverage todays technologies that intersect IoT, Healthcare, wearables, and smart homes to bring the Future of Smart, Safe and Healthy Living to the masses and to our senior citizens. He has over 30 years of global industry experience having worked with various multi-national companies across Asia, Europe and the US. TigerTech was born with a mission to bring the highest level of intelligence into wireless & wearable IoT products to make your daily life safer, healthier, smarter and more secure. We strive to improve your life by developing products that are simple to install, easy to use, elegantly designed, affordable, work well under any conditions, and can protect you and your family on a 24×7 basis using mobile devices. The Products integrate the latest functionalities in wearable healthcare sensors, smart living technologies and the endless opportunities provided by the Internet of Things to help people to feel safe, secure and be far more confident in going about their daily lives. These are things that matter most. That’s what drives us……. and we’re just getting started.