Jasmine Esquivel

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Pastor Jasmine is an associate pastor at Iglesia Centro de Sanidad in Tucson, AZ and has been anointed to position people to fulfill their divine destiny. She has been invited to preach in many churches in the United States and Mexico, where she has brought a word that illuminates and liberates. She has also spoken at several women’s conferences. She has been successful as a leader in a Global BPO; Starting from an entry-level position, she quickly rose to the title of Contact Center Director and oversees a 700-employee operation. Pastor Jasmine studied a technical degree in Science from Pima Community College and a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Theology in Ministerial Specialties from the International Theological Institute. She also enjoys spending time with her son, AJ, shopping online, and enjoying a good restaurant.

Dr. Da'Mond Holt

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Dr. DaMond Holt is a National Trauma expert, Certified Traumatologist through Traumatology Institute, and a Certified Mental Health Specialist, Trauma Crisis Specialist through the American School Counselor’s Association. He is a Board-Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner through the American Academy of Functional Health and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Dr. Holt is Amen’s University Licensed Brain Health Trainer. His work and research are an asset-based approach to trauma that has a strong focus on resilience above trauma instead of a deficit-based approach. Chronic Stress, Complex Trauma, PTSD, and Long-Term Grief can have neurological and psychological effects that can impair brain development in children, adolescence, and adults. We must ensure that individuals with trauma are supported with the latest and most robust strategies for not just surviving trauma but thriving above trauma.

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Mary is a Tucson native. Piet, a Tucson resident since 1964, founded Baja’s Frontier Tours here in 1966, producing Personalized Wilderness Travels throughout Baja California. In 1987 Mary joined the adventure, and they expanded their educational tours to include select areas of Mexico and the American Southwest.

Piet and Mary are passionate about sharing their love of God’s Word and discipling others towards a Biblical Worldview which informs all aspects of life and culture.

They have long been members of 4Tucson. In 2020, they were called from producing educational tours to beginning more specific aspects of God’s leading. This continued with working under Paul Parisi in 4Tucson’s Government Domain, where Piet and Mary are co-chairs of the Biblical Citizenship Committee, working to establish Culture Impact Teams in churches throughout Tucson/Pima County, awakening the Church and getting out the Biblical Vote.

They also teach/coach Constitution classes from Patriot Academy, including the most recent offering, Biblical Citizenship in Modern America. Their Biblical Citizenship endeavors include encouraging others to join them in sharing the truth of America’s rich godly foundations both via Zoom and in personal classes in churches, clubs and homes.

John Winchester

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John Winchester is the Director of Government and Community Engagement for Arizona State University in Southern Arizona. He is a native of Tucson where he lives with his wife Fernanda and four beautiful children. John and his family are engaged members of their community where they volunteer regularly. John serves on the Board of Directors of the Tucson Metro Chamber, Sun Corridor, Southern Arizona Leadership Council, and was appointed to the Pima County Transportation Advisory Commission in 2021. He also serves as an Honorary Commander to the 355 Maintenance Group. He ran for elected office in 2016 for District 1 County Supervisor.

John has received several recognitions for his work in the community and was named one of Tucson’s 40 under 40 by the Arizona Daily Star and the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in 2016. He is a Flinn-Brown Fellow through the Arizona Civic Leadership Academy, sponsored by the Thomas R. Brown and Flinn Foundations, an Alumni of Greater Tucson Leadership, Immediate Past Chair of the Emerging Leaders Council through the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce, and was Chair of the Advocacy Committee for Tucson Young Professionals. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Graduate Certification in Nonprofit Leadership Management from the University of Arizona.

Chris and Bobbie Jo King

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Chris and Bobbie Jo King are Independent Constitution Coaches and retired US Air Force Master Sergeants. They have lived in Tucson for almost 20 years and have served in various capacities since retiring. Training the next generation in Constitutional history has become their latest focus.

Paul Parisi

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Paul Parisi is the Tucson Field Representative for Our America, a national organization whose purpose is to unite communities around a sense of pride in America and what makes America flourish. He leads a program called “Safer Streets, Brighter Futures” that promotes increased funding for police to reduce crime and sensible criminal justice reform to strengthen sentences for violent offenders while developing and applying programs to reduce reoffending.

Prior to Our America, Paul was the 4Tucson Government Domain Director for over 11 years. He came to Tucson as a US Air Force Police Sgt. and remained in Tucson after serving. He’s been a business owner, government affairs manager and elected official, serving as Vice Mayor of Oro Valley and Chairman of the Pima Association of Governments Regional Council. Community service includes being a 23 year volunteer with the Oro Valley Police assigned to patrol, serving on his church council and as a chaplain.

Paul and Cathy have been married for 42 years. They have 3 children and 4 grandchildren.

Robin Blumenthal

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Robin is a trauma-informed trainer, parenting coach, speaker, and writer. She also serves as the Outreach Pastor at Pantano Christian Church in Tucson, AZ.  She has a passion for partnering with schools and churches. She believes that when our churches, schools, and communities understand the effects of trauma, it changes how we respond and show up for others. When we respond to those around us with compassion and empathy, we help build bridges of connection and healing.

Robin and her husband, Roger, have been married 30 years and have 6 daughters who call them mom and dad, including 4 biological, 1 adopted and 1 unofficially adopted, ranging in age from 18-36.  Her life is full with family, grandkids, church, and ministry.  She is a certified trainer with the ACEs Consortium and a Trained Independent Facilitator of the Love and Logic® Curriculum (having taught well over 4,000 parents and educators these amazing tools.)  She has a B.S. in Child Development and an M.A. in Human Resource Leadership.

Robin published her first book in November of 2020 – Where in the Zoo Are You? – a children’s book with resources to help children talk about their emotions concerning traumatic events like COVID-19.

Dominic Saxton

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Dominic Saxton is a Tucson native who has developed a heart for discipleship, men’s issues, singles in the church, and deepening fellowship in churches. He is launching an organization called Faith Connects which seeks to rebuild the dissolving structures of community in this modern world, offer a place for ministries and churches to network, and aid the growing number of singles in the church in living biblically informed and fellowship abundant lives while addressing the rising present-day issues caused by rapidly evolving technological advances.