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All Secure Foundation assists Special Operations Active Duty and Combat Veterans, and their families, in recovery of Post-Traumatic Stress through education, awareness, resources for healing, marriage retreats, and PTS resiliency training.

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The Executive Team

Tom Satterly

Co-Founder and CEO

Tom Satterly is a highly decorated combat veteran, having served in the Army 25 years, the last 20 in the US Military’s most elite Tier One unit, Delta Force. He has been involved in, and led, some of our nation’s most important military campaigns.

Tom fought in and was portrayed in the Oscar Winning 2001 film: Black Hawk Down which was the longest sustained firefight since Vietnam. As a member of Delta Force, he has been deployed countless times and led hundreds of missions including the capture of Saddam Hussein. He is the recipient of numerous medals including a Silver Star, 4 Bronze Stars, 1 for Valorous acts, and he was the first American to attend German Ranger School after competing against hundreds of soldiers to win the singular honor.

Beyond Tom’s proven experience of leadership and critical decision making skills in high-risk environments, he continues to fight and win his own “silent war” off the battlefield after coming within seconds of taking his own life and becoming a veteran suicide statistic.

His innate strengths of courage, perseverance, and “can do” attitude has saved his life countless times. His willingness to speak openly and honestly of his mental and emotional struggles have saved the lives of others who believed they had to suffer in silence and make it alone or not at all.

Today, Tom is on his most important mission to date with his wife and partner, Jen. Together, they are co-Founders and co-CEOs of All Secure Foundation, a non-profit organization serving Special Operation warriors and their families reconnect and heal on the homefront. Their organization has been recognized as a top rated non profit by Great Nonprofit s and has grown to serve thousands of combat families.

Tom’s best-selling book, “All Secure: A Special Operations Soldier’s Fight to Survive on the Battlefield and the Homefront”, was released on November 5, 2019 is available at all major booksellers.

Jen Satterly

Co-Founder and CEO

Jen Satterly was an award-winning filmmaker and photographer for 15 years, spending the last three years as Director of Film and Photography of an elite Special Operations training company fully embedded with Navy SEALS, Green Berets, and Army Rangers in large-scale realistic training missions.

During her time embedding with Special Operations warriors, Jen began to see a pattern with the soldiers, sailors, and airmen she worked alongside, some of the very same issues her husband, retired Command Sgt. Major Tom Satterly, was also facing complex Post-Traumatic Stress. She began searching for answers to help them find a way to constructively deal with PTS and its symptoms which included isolation, anxiety, severe depression, anger issues and a long list of medical challenges. Jen made it her mission to not only help the service member but also the families who often suffer from secondary PTS and are innocent causalities of the longest war.

Passionate about helping warriors and their families heal, Jen stepped out from behind the camera and became a certified health and wellness coach to better understand the biology of PTS. Alongside her husband, Tom, they co-Founded All Secure Foundation and serve as co-CEOs. All Secure Foundation is 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving Special Operation warriors and their families reconnect and heal on the homefront from the trauma of war. Their organization has been recognized as a top rated non profit by Great Nonprofits and has grown to serve thousands of combat families.

Additionally, Jen is the founder of Virago (vəˈräɡō/), a platform for educating and empowering women who are facing the challenges of PTS on the homefront and co-author of Arsenal of Hope; Tactics for Taking on PTSD, Together (Simon & Schuster, 2020).‍

Lauren Manley

Director of Operations | All Secure Podcast Producer

Born and raised in Miami, FL to a family who always instilled service to others, Lauren has worked solely in the nonprofits space with a passion to strengthen the community she lives in. Her work has supported numerous organizations – some of the most notable are Special Operators Transition Foundation, Green Beret Foundation, Camillus House, Zoological Society of Florida, Alonzo Mourning Charities and Wade’s World Foundation. 

She is an enthusiastic Board Member of the Bennie Adkins Foundation and the Military Special Operations Family Collaborative and continues dedicating herself to other organizations within the Special Operations community. 

She is happiest with her husband raising their two children, Liv and Jack and exploring the PNW. 

Stacey Stone

Lead Coach, LCSW

Stacey Stone is a licensed clinical social worker who provides coaching services for All secure foundation. She specializes in relationship issues related but not limited to trauma, PTS and the impact of these painful experiences on both the individual and their relationships.

She was fortunate enough to begin working in the field of mental health in 1989, starting her career in an inpatient addictions facility. Thus began the journey of training with trauma, PTS, depression, anxiety, grief, work to name a few. The most recent training with couples and emotionally focused therapy (EFT) began about 17 years ago that has enabled a plethora of tools, understanding, and an in-depth approach to working with and supporting people and their most valued relationships utilizing a mapping system to guide them along in their journeys. 

She was invited to join the All secure team in 2019, working with military personnel and their significant others facilitating retreats that includes in-depth communication tools utilizing exercises with the training, guidance and support of Stacey, Tom and Jen.

Beginning in 2020, she then began to work coaching individuals and couples, virtually expanding the generous resources that All secure foundation has to offer. 

To say that it is a deep honor to work with the military, and their loved ones is such an understatement. “It is with complete gratitude that people trust and let me into the most sacred parts of their lives.”

Deborah Hoselton, LPC

ASF Coach

Deb is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides coaching services for All Secure Foundation. Deb began her career providing services in the addictions setting in 1995. For the past several years Deb has had the privilege of working solely within the military community. In addition to All Secure Foundation, Deb is currently a Certified Trauma Therapist providing services to Active Duty and Veterans in an inpatient hospital setting primarily addressing trauma.

Someone once said, “At times, our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person”. I have personally experienced this in my own life and All Secure Foundation provides the opportunity to “be the spark” for others. I am incredibly grateful and honored to support the All Secure mission and do so with respect, compassion and appreciation.

Nicole Heath, LPC

ASF Coach

Nicole is a Licensed Professional Counselor providing coaching services to the All Secure Foundation. She is a certified trauma therapist having worked in an inpatient setting and currently in the private practice setting providing services for PTS, depression, and anxiety to the active duty, veteran, and trauma survivor populations.

Nicole’s foundation for coaching is based on the premise that every relationship is a journey and through guidance and empowerment, couples can not only overcome challenges, but also emerge stronger and more resilient with the right tools.


Veronica Calamaco-Martinez

ASF Coach

Veronica is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides coaching services for All Secure Foundation. She was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She started her career in counseling in 2010 working in a community setting and later transitioned to providing services in an inpatient setting. It was there that she was offered the opportunity to first work with Service Members from all branches of service.Shortly after, another opportunity came along, and she was offered to attend specific training to gain more knowledge and skills to assist Service Members with PTS and became a Certified Trauma Therapist. She has worked with military members addressing depression, anxiety, substance use, MST, and deployment-related traumas. Since then, she has continued to work with the military community in an inpatient setting and provides support, guidance, and hope that healing and moving forward is possible. Working with Active Duty, Veterans and their families has always been an honor. Her belief is that opening the doors of communication and understanding takes great courage and with this, can only strengthen the family bond and restore hope.

Dr. Evelyn De Villiers

ASF Coach

I am a general clinical psychologist and see most of my clients in person or telehealth via Zoom or phone. I treat clients who experience trauma, anxiety, depression and other life struggles. I’m also a relationship expert and passionate about saving marriages. I specialize in helping busy, hard working couples or individuals improve theirlives in an empathic and safe environment. I use my Christian Faith, years of experience and an evidence based approach to helping clients navigate through difficult seasons of life. I provide tools and resources so that they can benefit and experience positive results.In addition to couples therapy, I enjoy working with Stepfamilies. I did my research and dissertation on stepfamilies and am a mom and stepmom to 7 children. I am devoted to, when it's possible, preventing the heartache of divorce. But I also work hard with families ofdivorce to reduce the damage and destruction that can result from high conflict.

Dr. Chris Frueh

Ambassador

Chris Frueh, PhD is a professor of psychology at the University of Hawaii.  He has over thirty years of professional experience working with military veterans, servicemembers, special operators, private defense contractors, and firefighters; and has conducted clinical trials, epidemiology, historical, and neuroscience research.  He has co-authored over 300 scientific publications. He is the author of "Operator Syndrome" (Ballast Books, 2024); has published commentaries in the National Review, Huffington Post, New York Times, Time, Men’s Journal, and Special Operation Association of America; and has also been quoted or cited in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, Washington Post, Scientific American, New York Times, Stars and Stripes, USA Today, Men’s Health, Los Angeles Times, Reuter, Associated Press, and NBC News, among others.

Chris VanSant

Ambassador

Mr. Christopher VanSant is a retired 20+ year Special Operations Veteran. Mr. VanSant's service includes time in the 75th Ranger Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, the 82nd Airborne Division, and 11 combat deployments as both a Team Member and Team Leader in 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (Delta Force). During the latter part of his career, Mr. VanSant held the position of Soldier Systems Commodity Chief, then as the Deputy Chief of the G8, Force Modernization Office, for 1st Special Forces Command.  Mr. VanSant retired in 2015. 

Upon his transition to civilian life, he took a position as the Chief Operating Officer for Tyr Tactical, LLC., Tyr is a US manufacturer of Body Armor, Ballistic Shields, Tactical Nylon products, Clothing, and K9 equipment. After a run of 7 years with Tyr Tactical, Chris suffered a bit of a setback due to some hereditary heart issues. Two successful heart procedures addressed the issue, but the episode proved to be a sign that some changes needed to be made. As such, Chris stepped down from his position at Tyr to pursue other endeavors. Forming his own consulting company in 2022 allowed Chris to tailor his work life balance accordingly, and pursue his professional passions, bringing innovative kit to the warfighter, and supporting Veterans through charitable organizations. 

Overcoming many obstacles and sustaining numerous injuries throughout his military career, Chris’s biggest challenge was overcoming TBI, PTSD, Depression, Sleep Disorder, and chemical dependency. Having navigated both traditional and nontraditional paths to recovery, Chris is an advocate for Veteran and LEO mental health, wellness, and recovery. More specifically, finding ways to recover using the healing properties of outdoor pursuits. Previously, Chris was an active board member for the All Secure Foundation. Currently, Chris has accepted a position, as the COO for the Charity and is very excited to support  active duty and veteran families in a larger capacity.

The Executive Team

Tom Satterly

Co-Founder and CEO

Tom Satterly is a highly decorated combat veteran, having served in the Army 25 years, the last 20 in the US Military’s most elite Tier One unit, Delta Force. He has been involved in, and led, some of our nation’s most important military campaigns.

Tom fought in and was portrayed in the Oscar Winning 2001 film: Black Hawk Down which was the longest sustained firefight since Vietnam. As a member of Delta Force, he has been deployed countless times and led hundreds of missions including the capture of Saddam Hussein. He is the recipient of numerous medals including a Silver Star, 4 Bronze Stars, 1 for Valorous acts, and he was the first American to attend German Ranger School after competing against hundreds of soldiers to win the singular honor.

Beyond Tom’s proven experience of leadership and critical decision making skills in high-risk environments, he continues to fight and win his own “silent war” off the battlefield after coming within seconds of taking his own life and becoming a veteran suicide statistic.

His innate strengths of courage, perseverance, and “can do” attitude has saved his life countless times. His willingness to speak openly and honestly of his mental and emotional struggles have saved the lives of others who believed they had to suffer in silence and make it alone or not at all.

Today, Tom is on his most important mission to date with his wife and partner, Jen. Together, they are co-Founders and co-CEOs of All Secure Foundation, a non-profit organization serving Special Operation warriors and their families reconnect and heal on the homefront. Their organization has been recognized as a top rated non profit by Great Nonprofit s and has grown to serve thousands of combat families.

Tom’s best-selling book, “All Secure: A Special Operations Soldier’s Fight to Survive on the Battlefield and the Homefront”, was released on November 5, 2019 is available at all major booksellers.

Jen Satterly

Co-Founder and CEO

Jen Satterly was an award-winning filmmaker and photographer for 15 years, spending the last three years as Director of Film and Photography of an elite Special Operations training company fully embedded with Navy SEALS, Green Berets, and Army Rangers in large-scale realistic training missions.

During her time embedding with Special Operations warriors, Jen began to see a pattern with the soldiers, sailors, and airmen she worked alongside, some of the very same issues her husband, retired Command Sgt. Major Tom Satterly, was also facing complex Post-Traumatic Stress. She began searching for answers to help them find a way to constructively deal with PTS and its symptoms which included isolation, anxiety, severe depression, anger issues and a long list of medical challenges. Jen made it her mission to not only help the service member but also the families who often suffer from secondary PTS and are innocent causalities of the longest war.

Passionate about helping warriors and their families heal, Jen stepped out from behind the camera and became a certified health and wellness coach to better understand the biology of PTS. Alongside her husband, Tom, they co-Founded All Secure Foundation and serve as co-CEOs. All Secure Foundation is 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving Special Operation warriors and their families reconnect and heal on the homefront from the trauma of war. Their organization has been recognized as a top rated non profit by Great Nonprofits and has grown to serve thousands of combat families.

Additionally, Jen is the founder of Virago (vəˈräɡō/), a platform for educating and empowering women who are facing the challenges of PTS on the homefront and co-author of Arsenal of Hope; Tactics for Taking on PTSD, Together (Simon & Schuster, 2020).‍

Lauren Manley

Director of Operations | All Secure Podcast Producer

Born and raised in Miami, FL to a family who always instilled service to others, Lauren has worked solely in the nonprofits space with a passion to strengthen the community she lives in. Her work has supported numerous organizations – some of the most notable are Special Operators Transition Foundation, Green Beret Foundation, Camillus House, Zoological Society of Florida, Alonzo Mourning Charities and Wade’s World Foundation. 

She is an enthusiastic Board Member of the Bennie Adkins Foundation and the Military Special Operations Family Collaborative and continues dedicating herself to other organizations within the Special Operations community. 

She is happiest with her husband raising their two children, Liv and Jack and exploring the PNW. 

Stacey Stone

Lead Coach, LCSW

Stacey Stone is a licensed clinical social worker who provides coaching services for All secure foundation. She specializes in relationship issues related but not limited to trauma, PTS and the impact of these painful experiences on both the individual and their relationships.

She was fortunate enough to begin working in the field of mental health in 1989, starting her career in an inpatient addictions facility. Thus began the journey of training with trauma, PTS, depression, anxiety, grief, work to name a few. The most recent training with couples and emotionally focused therapy (EFT) began about 17 years ago that has enabled a plethora of tools, understanding, and an in-depth approach to working with and supporting people and their most valued relationships utilizing a mapping system to guide them along in their journeys. 

She was invited to join the All secure team in 2019, working with military personnel and their significant others facilitating retreats that includes in-depth communication tools utilizing exercises with the training, guidance and support of Stacey, Tom and Jen.

Beginning in 2020, she then began to work coaching individuals and couples, virtually expanding the generous resources that All secure foundation has to offer. 

To say that it is a deep honor to work with the military, and their loved ones is such an understatement. “It is with complete gratitude that people trust and let me into the most sacred parts of their lives.”

Deborah Hoselton, LPC

ASF Coach

Deb is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides coaching services for All Secure Foundation. Deb began her career providing services in the addictions setting in 1995. For the past several years Deb has had the privilege of working solely within the military community. In addition to All Secure Foundation, Deb is currently a Certified Trauma Therapist providing services to Active Duty and Veterans in an inpatient hospital setting primarily addressing trauma.

Someone once said, “At times, our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person”. I have personally experienced this in my own life and All Secure Foundation provides the opportunity to “be the spark” for others. I am incredibly grateful and honored to support the All Secure mission and do so with respect, compassion and appreciation.

Nicole Heath, LPC

ASF Coach

Nicole is a Licensed Professional Counselor providing coaching services to the All Secure Foundation. She is a certified trauma therapist having worked in an inpatient setting and currently in the private practice setting providing services for PTS, depression, and anxiety to the active duty, veteran, and trauma survivor populations.

Nicole’s foundation for coaching is based on the premise that every relationship is a journey and through guidance and empowerment, couples can not only overcome challenges, but also emerge stronger and more resilient with the right tools.


Veronica Calamaco-Martinez

ASF Coach

Veronica is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides coaching services for All Secure Foundation. She was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She started her career in counseling in 2010 working in a community setting and later transitioned to providing services in an inpatient setting. It was there that she was offered the opportunity to first work with Service Members from all branches of service.Shortly after, another opportunity came along, and she was offered to attend specific training to gain more knowledge and skills to assist Service Members with PTS and became a Certified Trauma Therapist. She has worked with military members addressing depression, anxiety, substance use, MST, and deployment-related traumas. Since then, she has continued to work with the military community in an inpatient setting and provides support, guidance, and hope that healing and moving forward is possible. Working with Active Duty, Veterans and their families has always been an honor. Her belief is that opening the doors of communication and understanding takes great courage and with this, can only strengthen the family bond and restore hope.

Dr. Evelyn De Villiers

ASF Coach

I am a general clinical psychologist and see most of my clients in person or telehealth via Zoom or phone. I treat clients who experience trauma, anxiety, depression and other life struggles. I’m also a relationship expert and passionate about saving marriages. I specialize in helping busy, hard working couples or individuals improve theirlives in an empathic and safe environment. I use my Christian Faith, years of experience and an evidence based approach to helping clients navigate through difficult seasons of life. I provide tools and resources so that they can benefit and experience positive results.In addition to couples therapy, I enjoy working with Stepfamilies. I did my research and dissertation on stepfamilies and am a mom and stepmom to 7 children. I am devoted to, when it's possible, preventing the heartache of divorce. But I also work hard with families ofdivorce to reduce the damage and destruction that can result from high conflict.

Dr. Chris Frueh

Ambassador

Chris Frueh, PhD is a professor of psychology at the University of Hawaii.  He has over thirty years of professional experience working with military veterans, servicemembers, special operators, private defense contractors, and firefighters; and has conducted clinical trials, epidemiology, historical, and neuroscience research.  He has co-authored over 300 scientific publications. He is the author of "Operator Syndrome" (Ballast Books, 2024); has published commentaries in the National Review, Huffington Post, New York Times, Time, Men’s Journal, and Special Operation Association of America; and has also been quoted or cited in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, Washington Post, Scientific American, New York Times, Stars and Stripes, USA Today, Men’s Health, Los Angeles Times, Reuter, Associated Press, and NBC News, among others.

Chris VanSant

Ambassador

Mr. Christopher VanSant is a retired 20+ year Special Operations Veteran. Mr. VanSant's service includes time in the 75th Ranger Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, the 82nd Airborne Division, and 11 combat deployments as both a Team Member and Team Leader in 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (Delta Force). During the latter part of his career, Mr. VanSant held the position of Soldier Systems Commodity Chief, then as the Deputy Chief of the G8, Force Modernization Office, for 1st Special Forces Command.  Mr. VanSant retired in 2015. 

Upon his transition to civilian life, he took a position as the Chief Operating Officer for Tyr Tactical, LLC., Tyr is a US manufacturer of Body Armor, Ballistic Shields, Tactical Nylon products, Clothing, and K9 equipment. After a run of 7 years with Tyr Tactical, Chris suffered a bit of a setback due to some hereditary heart issues. Two successful heart procedures addressed the issue, but the episode proved to be a sign that some changes needed to be made. As such, Chris stepped down from his position at Tyr to pursue other endeavors. Forming his own consulting company in 2022 allowed Chris to tailor his work life balance accordingly, and pursue his professional passions, bringing innovative kit to the warfighter, and supporting Veterans through charitable organizations. 

Overcoming many obstacles and sustaining numerous injuries throughout his military career, Chris’s biggest challenge was overcoming TBI, PTSD, Depression, Sleep Disorder, and chemical dependency. Having navigated both traditional and nontraditional paths to recovery, Chris is an advocate for Veteran and LEO mental health, wellness, and recovery. More specifically, finding ways to recover using the healing properties of outdoor pursuits. Previously, Chris was an active board member for the All Secure Foundation. Currently, Chris has accepted a position, as the COO for the Charity and is very excited to support  active duty and veteran families in a larger capacity.

Our Board Members

Sam Rossa

Sam Rossa

Board Member
Founder & CEO at 369 Rossa Group

Samuel Rossa is a results-oriented senior executive with over 25 years of experience as a strategic and visionary leader building high-performance teams, innovating successful workforce solutions, and guiding top-tier companies. He currently focuses on developing key customer and industry relationships as the General Manager for the Midwest region.

Experienced in starting and growing businesses in both the US and Europe, Samuel is an exceptional mentor and coach. Tenacious in building new business, securing customer loyalty, and forging strong relations with external business partners. Early in his career he led two of CDI's largest Vertical Markets (Power Generation and Aerospace). Staff and Contract workforce responsibility exceeds 1,700 in 15 countries at its peak. At the leading edge of Managed Program evolution including VMS technology.

Improvement, performance, and results drive Samuel as he embraces the ever complex and dynamic environment facing our customers today.

In his personal life, Samuel has a passion for the outdoors; four decades of marathons, adventure races including Primal Quest and Swamp Fox, Beach to BattleShip triathlons, Global travel, hunting, fishing, boating, and skiing.

He has a heart for helping those in need and currently resides in Tennessee with his wife and two daughters.

Donna Stamp

Donna Stamp

Board Member
Assistant VP, Global Privacy Enterprise Holdings Inc.

Donna Stamp is the Assistant Vice President of Global Privacy for Enterprise Holdings Inc., the largest car rental company in the world which operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental brands at more than 9,900 fully staffed neighborhood and airport locations in more than 90 countries.

The Global Privacy Department supports all aspects of the company’s customer and employee data uses, policies and best practices; incident response management; privacy program management; data protection compliance; and the emerging areas of digital and telematics.

Donna began her career with Enterprise in 1998 as a Management Trainee in rental operations, then spent a substantial part of her career in the Marketing and Communications Department holding positions from Marketing and Brand management to Marketing Compliance and the development of a Marketing Procurement practice. In 2015, she moved into her current role where she leads global privacy team for the company. Donna has a degree in international studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia and is a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM).

Donna resides in St. Louis with her husband and two children.

Matt French

Matt French

Advisory Board Member
Chief Legal Officer

J. Matthew French, a St. Louis based attorney with Morgan & Morgan, will be joining All Secure Foundation as Chief Legal Officer and Advisory Board Member, effective July 1, 2022.Mr. French is a fourteen-year veteran of the US Army having served as a combat medic, with nearly ten years in the Special Operations community. Upon leaving the military, Mr. French attended Saint Louis University School of Law and now practices law in the areas of personal injury and medical malpractice with an emphasis on catastrophic injuries and wrongful death actions.All Secure Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit which provides workshop retreats for Special Operation active duty and veteran combat war fighters along their significant others. All Secure Foundation retrains your brain from Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) to Post Traumatic Growth (PTG) through programs and workshops, individual and couples coaching, and online courses.