Dr. Brian Alman, Founder / CEO

Dr. Alman is a sought-out expert on stress management and mindfulness, and is the founder of TrueSage International. He has made several appearances on TV such as CNN, ABC News, FOX News to name a few. He teaches live events and workshops around the world.

As a wellness industry mentor, Dr. Alman offers trainings (in-person & online) for doctors, healthcare providers, coaches & other wellness professionals. Many Organizations and companies like APPLE, NFL, QUALCOMM, P&G, Harvard Medical School and many others are using his Strategies.

Dr. Albert Ray MD, Advisor

Dr. Ray has been a Family Physician since 1978 with Kaiser Permanente, San Diego. During his tenure at Kaiser Permanente he has held various positions as a leader in preventative health including, Director Emeritus at Positive Choice Wellness Center in San Diego, Medical Director for California Member Relations, Assistant Chief in the Department of Family Medicine, and President of Kaiser Foundation Hospital, San Diego, and Medical Group Board of Directors.

He is a Clinical Professor, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at UCSD. He served as President of the San Diego Academy of Family Physicians, President of the San Diego County Medical Society, and as a Trustee of the California Medical Association. He is Chair of the California Delegation to the American Medical Association and is a member of the San Diego County Medical Society Foundation Board of Directors, Champions for Health. Additionally, As well, he serves as Chief Medical Officer for Relish Rx. Dr. Ray is the author of many articles on Prevention, Health Promotion, Patient Education, Obesity and Tobacco Cessation. He was California Family Physician of the Year in 2002.

Dr. Vincent Felitti MD, Advisor

A renowned physician and researcher, Dr. Vincent J. Felitti is one of the world’s foremost experts on childhood trauma. He is co-principal investigator of the internationally recognized Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study, a long-term, in-depth, analysis of over 17,000 adults. Defying conventional belief, this study famously revealed a powerful relationship between our emotional experiences as children and our physical and mental health as adults. In fact, the ACE study shows that humans convert childhood traumatic emotional experiences into organic disease later in life.

Revolutionary at its inception, Felitti’s groundbreaking research remains extremely relevant to today’s healthcare models. Founder of the Department of Preventive Medicine for Kaiser Permanente, Felitti served as the chief of preventive medicine for over 25 years. Under Dr. Felitti’s leadership, his department provided comprehensive medical evaluations to 1.1 million individuals, becoming the largest single-site medical evaluation facility in the western world. During this time, Felitti’s revolutionary health risk abatement programs incorporated weight loss, smoking cessation, stress management, and a wide range of cutting-edge efforts to reduce patient risk factors.

Dr. Felitti is Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, and a Fellow of The American College of Physicians.  Dr. Felitti has served on advisory committees of the Institute of Medicine, the American Psychiatric Association.

Ray Hecht, Advisor

A licensed clinician with over twenty-five years of distinguished strategic leadership in the healthcare industry, including experience in hospital and practitioner settings, managed care, health insurance, and integrated care delivery systems.

Rick brings TrueSage a unique perspective with operational expertise in Behavioral Health, Employee Wellness and Well Being, and Population Health Management, as well as a proven track record of managing large, high touch, complicated accounts and building strong relationships with consultants, brokers, business and union leaders, trustees, executives, human resources professionals, and other key stakeholders.

Martin Cooper

Marty Cooper, an American engineer, led the team that built the first mobile cell phone and made the first cell phone call. He is widely regarded as the father of the cellular phone.

Cooper graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering (1950). He joined the U.S. Navy and served during the Korean War. After the war, he joined the Teletype Corporation, and in 1954 he began working at Motorola. He earned a master’s in electrical engineering from IIT (1957). At Motorola, Cooper worked on many projects involving wireless communications, such as the first radio-controlled traffic-light system, which he patented in 1960, and the first handheld police radios, which were introduced in 1967. He later served as a vice president and director of research and development for the company.

​Donald Jones

Donald Jones serves as an independent board member for venture capital and private equity backed health companies and on Fortune 1000 Digital Health Advisory Boards. His expertise is in growing and scaling digital heath, digital therapeutics and technology enabled health service companies. He is globally recognized for his digital transformation expertise. Mr. Jones is an invited speaker to audiences globally.

For eleven years, Mr. Jones served as Qualcomm’s Vice President, Wireless Health Global Strategy and Market Development and founded Qualcomm’s digital health subsidiary.  In 2011, working with the XPRIZE Foundation, he conceived the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE for a consumer device capable of making multiple (15) medical diagnosis. In 2005, he founded and was Chairman of the Wireless Life Sciences Alliance, which merged in July 2016 with HIMSS PCHA, forming the largest global connected health trade, standards, scientific and professional organization.