John holds an M.A. degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University and is presently pursuing doctoral studies in the field. He also has earned B.A. degrees in Psychology and Economics and Business Administration as well as teaching credentials in elementary and secondary education, earned from Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Michigan.
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Peter is the Founding Principal of Cypress Partners, a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA), and Lifestyle Wealth Consultant. His distinctive approach helps his clients build upon prudent financial decisions so they can move ahead in life with clarity and confidence.
Rashied Davis, born in Los Angeles, CA, has been shaped by many people and events. Judy, his God-praising mother, taught him how to survive with the basics of life; food, shelter and safety. After his dad was killed by gun-wielding teen, his mother struggled daily to care for her children but she stayed the course. His aunt Bertha offered up a giant slice of discipline, faith, and making choices to always doing the right thing. Through these strong women, Rashied learned core values that would continue to shape his entire life.
Born and raised in Queens, New York City, Ros Gold-Onwude ventured out west to California to attend Stanford University. At Stanford, she completed both her Bachelors and Masters degrees and also played for the women’s basketball team. As a member of the basketball team, Ros played in three Final Fours, two national championships, won four Pac-10 Championships, was named 2010 PAC-10 Defensive Player of the Year, and fine-tuned her understanding of the game under head coach Tara VanDerveer.
Raised in San Diego, Ken Henderson was the oldest of three brothers who all aspired to be a professional baseball player. That dream ultimately came true for Ken as he played his first game in the major leagues as a member of the San Francisco Giants at the age of 18. He eventually would play for seven teams during a long 17 year career, and ultimately capped it off with a World Series ring as a member of the Giants front office in 2010. In 1972 he was named National League Player of the Month hitting over .400 with 12 home runs in the month of August. His best year was in 1974 while playing for the Chicago White Sox.