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  • Everyday Brave | Episode 6 – Jolene Conway, SonderMind

    Jolene Conway is the Manager of Community Development at SonderMind and a licensed mental health therapist. SonderMind is a behavioral health company that aims to make mental healthcare approachable, accessible, & utilized by supporting a network of qualified therapists, and accommodating the complex and changing needs of those seeking therapy. In her role at SonderMind, […]
  • Everyday Brave | Episode 5 – Jonathan Dickerson, The Center for Relationship Education

    Jonathan Dickerson is the community engagement manager for The Center for Relationship Education. In that role, Jonathan works to improve the health and quality of our relationships through workshops, training, and speaking engagements. CRE’s thoughtful approach marries evidenced based programming that adds value to communities they serve. More recently, they have developed programs to support […]
  • Everyday Brave | Episode 4 – Emily Lauck, Manager of Performance Improvement for the City & County of Denver Department of Public Safety

    Emily Lauck is the Manager of Performance Improvement for the City & County of Denver Department of Public Safety. In her role, Emily has created comprehensive, employee-driven initiatives such as the Safety WellBeing Initiative to proactively address the quality of life and professional culture of emergency responders and the public safety industry. She has implemented programs […]
  • Everyday Brave | Episode 3 – Nick Edwards, BEKN

    Nick is a nationally renowned Exercise Physiologist and has built multiple programs and centers for wide ranges of populations that are currently running in sites across the U.S. For over 13 years Nick has worked with athletes, general wellness, and patient populations directing exercise physiology laboratories and strength programs. In his career he has worked […]
  • Everyday Brave | Episode 2 – Rhonda Kelly, ResponderStrong

    Rhonda leads ResponderStrong, which is an organization focused on developing better mental health supports for responders and their families. Over the past several years, suicide has been recognized as the leading occupational killer of law enforcement, fire and EMS. Her work is responder-driven and works across branches, connecting groups that had previously been siloed.
  • Everyday Brave | Episode 1 – Detective Dan Brite, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

    After sustaining a life-changing line of duty incident in 2016, Detective Brite’s recovery journey highlighted the need to better support himself and ultimately the entire responder community. His own healing has helped to frame his current role as wellness coordinator for Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, helping others to understand that “it is ok, to not be […]