Attorney Don West plans to assist Stan by providing insight into the courtroom process, understanding controversial cases and points of law in a use of force case. Don is a board certified criminal trial specialist with 35 years experience as a criminal defense trial lawyer. He has extensive experience representing those who have had to defend themselves against unlawful and potentially lethal attacks and has personally tried many deadly force self-defense cases during his career. Don is known across the nation due to his position as co-counsel in the highly publicized defense of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Don West is the National Trial Counsel for CCW Safe (a national legal defense plan). In that position one of Don's responsibilities is to expand that company's nationwide panel of knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense trial lawyers to assist CCW Safe members involved in a self-defense incident. Don additionally helps organize CCW Safe sponsored panel presentations and training programs around the country.
Dr. Alexis Artwohl, http://www.alexisartwohl.com
Dr. Alexis Artwohl plans to assist Stan in understanding the science behind use of force and deadly encounters. Alexis Artwohl, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized behavioral science consultant to law enforcement as a trainer, researcher, and author. She has done extensive training in the USA, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and Jordan. She is an instructor and sits on the National Advisory Boards of the Force Science Institute. She holds an Advisory position on the board of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association.
She serves as the Behavioral Sciences Section Chair for the National Tactical Officers Association. Descriptions of her seminars can be obtained at her website: www.alexisartwohl.com. Dr. Artwohl is co-author of the book "Deadly Force Encounters" and other publications. During her 16 years as a private practice clinical and police psychologist, she provided consultation to multiple agencies throughout the Pacific Northwest as well as traumatic incident debriefings and psychotherapy to numerous public safety personnel and their family members.
Dr. Artwohl's husband, retired Asst. Chief David S. Butzer, will also assist Stan to further understand how to develop best police practices. David is an international policing consultant assisting the U.S. military in developing police departments abroad and has done so with missions to Kosovo, Jordan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Macedonia, and Uganda.
Donna teamed up with Stan Campbell at the recommendation of her business coach. As a leader in the spiritual space, Donna will bring a community and spiritual perspective to the movement.
Author, Speaker and Master Business and Branding Strategist Donna Hicks Izzard is a woman with vision.
As intuitive as she is inspirational, she helps highly-successful corporate professionals to blend their expertise and brilliance into profitable, passion-fueled businesses while maintaining their full-time careers. Under Donna’s tutelage and enlightening insight, her clients become more than entrepreneurs with side hustles—they become CEOpreneurs with empires. She is a woman with a gift.
Donna doesn’t just coach and speak to the nuances of the parallelpreneur from theory—she teaches from candid, earned experience. She has launched several successful businesses while managing her role as one of the few female technology training executives in the country at a top-tier law firm. It is her thirty-years spent in the C-Suite that honed her God-given gift for not only innovating infrastructures, but for bringing out the inner, often hidden, phenomenal in people. What began as a ministry soon involved into her first consulting practice and workshop series, The 3W Life, which taught women who were stuck in their lives how to uproot themselves by uncovering their true identities, power and purpose. From that intimate and eye-opening work, Donna began to draw more people with dimmed desires and untapped potential waiting to be unleashed. In 2016, God led her to expand her reach to women, men and couples seeking to build high-impact businesses and ministries. Finding that many of them still struggled with missing the mark on their identity, she knew she’d found her next sweet spot. Today, she is the ingenuity behind a myriad of burgeoning companies that are as meaningful and purposed as the CEOs behind them.
Dr. Pamela Wiley
Dr. Pamela Hubbard-Wiley has partnered with Stan to create an extension of D.O.P.E. training centered around preparing young men diagnosed with Autism how to respond during police encounters. This program is called "Spectrum Shield" which is a weekend retreat where the training is held on a ranch and local law enforcement officers are invited to interact with the boys to promote understanding of police practices and to decrease fears of officers. Pamela Hubbard-Wiley received her Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University of Education. She received her Master of Arts and Bachelor’s degrees in Speech Pathology and Audiology from California State University Los Angeles and San Jose State University, respectively.
Dr. Wiley’s professional career began in the Los Angeles Unified School District where she was an itinerant speech-language pathologist and teacher in the severe oral language/aphasia program. She subsequently became a teacher consultant for the aphasia program, participating in the early stages of the IEP process and providing technical and instructional support to classroom teachers. Driven by a desire to provide families with improved and innovative services in 1979, Dr. Wiley decided to establish a private practice. Her strong work ethic, commitment to families and sharp business acumen, coupled with her expertise made the center successful from its inception.
A frequent lecturer on ASD, Dr. Wiley has written several professional articles and is the co-author of four social skills therapy workbooks; Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems for children. Her newest Pre-Vocational Training Program for individuals with ASD 17 years +, was published by Plural Publishers in 2015. Dr. Wiley travels extensively and shares her knowledge and expertise with professionals and parents worldwide.
Dr. Wiley has received numerous honors and awards throughout her distinguished career. In 2000, she was named a Fellow of the American Speech and Hearing Association, which is the highest honor bestowed upon its members. Also during that year, she was awarded the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Businessperson of the Year for Southern California. Additionally, she has received commendations from several local, state, and national politicians for her ground-breaking work and community involvement.
From the onset of her career, Dr. Wiley has made a significant impact in the lives of many children, adults, and their families. She says “I feel as passionate and excited about speech pathology today as I did more than three decades ago! We have great staff, families and community partners. It’s very gratifying.”
Rob HighMaster Sgt.
Sgt. Rob High is an active Oklahoma City Police officer, detective and national use of force instructor. Rob plans to assist Stan in understanding the latest defensive tactics and de-escalation techniques taught across the nation. Rob has over 15 years experience in criminal and administrative investigations. Rob has been involved in administrative investigations that have resulted in terminations and exonerations of police employees. Rob has been working with the City Attorney’s office on multiple occasions involving litigations with OCPD officers; witness for OCPD in numerous Pre-D hearings and successfully working with local, state, and federal agencies. Rob is also a certified expert witness in Federal Court on police use of force issues, and control and defensive tactics.