Dr. Jaromy Bell

Dr. Bell’s goal is to help people come back from injuries as soon as possible so that they can do the things they love, and teach them how to prevent the problem from returning. He uses in his treatments chiropractic adjustments, Active Release Technique (muscle work combined with stretching), and rehabilitation.Dr. Bell graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic with his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree as well as a Masters in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Bell has had advanced training in treating muscle and joint injuries, sports injuries, TMJ, and musculoskeletal pains in pregnancy. Dr. Bells focus with Feet First Foundation is making sure the kids and survivors are structurally fit and not injured for the workout, and he also serves as a trainer for the kids program.

Wenche Lier

Experience world traveler works with several domestic and international organizations fighting against human trafficking. Discreetly handles highly confidential information, guarding privacy in all interactions. Wenche is a leading source for Feet First Foundation handling ministry work worldwide.


John Martin

Works with local union leaders helps Feet First Foundation with fundraising. In addition to this works with Sean regarding guest speakers and special events.

Zach Micheletti

Zach is the CEO of Shield Corps Security. As a Marine Corps Veteran of 6 years, Zach has over 10 years of experience in the security field and manages Shield Corps’ operations. Zach has taken Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence courses from Henley Putnam University. Zach’s prior experience spans physical security, business management, logistics and real estate. He owns several businesses and is a silent partner in several technology startups including a Body Armor Company and Defense Technology Company.

Steven M. Peterson LCSW #23821, CADCIII

Steven has been a clinical social worker since 1986. Steve has extensive experience with treating family members of addicts and alcoholics. He specializes in treating clients with co-existing mental health and substance abuse disorders. He also works extensively with individuals coping with separation and divorce. Currently, Steve teaches courses in Relapse Prevention, Dual Disorders, Group Facilitation, Motivational Interviewing and Ethics at Diablo Valley College in the Addiction Studies. He worked as an Ad Hoc professor at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee for ten years and served as the lead research therapist at the Center for Addiction and Behavioral Health Research in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Steve believes firmly in evidence-based practice for the treatment of co-occurring disorders and involved in several large research projects combining medications for alcohol craving with psycho-social therapies. His empathic and solutions-oriented approach has helped a significant number of clients. Steve’s therapeutic orientation comes from Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance, and Commitment Therapy; Solutions Focused Therapy and the Family Systems approach. Steve believes that treatment for craving management is an essential key to success with substance abuse clients as well as early intervention.

Brett Sinnott

Brett’s Board of Director primary role with Feet First Foundation is budgeting, financial relations, corporate partnerships. His career spans more than two decades of holding various operational roles. His experience includes responsibilities within capital markets and taking leadership of the Capital Markets Department in 2008 as Vice President of Capital Markets. His experience currently in the private sector and is responsible for all hedging and pricing strategies, agency delivery, lock and trade desk, and warehouse facilities.

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