Brandon Holiday, Executive Director
Brandon is a former decorated police officer who was injured in the line of duty and due to medical complications, lost his left leg below his knee. He is a kayak instructor and a member of the 2016 US National World Cup in Paracanoe for canoe kayak sprint. Brandon strives to assist the surrounding communities and grow the network of peer mentors that can help varied levels of veterans, police officers, and community members with disabilities. Check out his athlete page here.
Danika Viola, MS, OTR/L, Board Member
Danika is a right below the knee amputee and an occupational therapist. She currently works in various places in inpatient acute rehabilitation hospitals (adult and pediatric). She also works for Camp No Limits, a camp for kids and families with limb differences and limb loss and has run a camp for kids who are amputees in Nepal. She also provides peer mentor services as a Certified Peer Visitor. When Danika isn’t working or traveling, she enjoys hiking, weightlifting, running, swimming, hanging out with her 2 dogs, and spending time with her husband and friends.
Roger Miller, Board Member
Roger is a former fire fighter who was injured while training new fire fighters. Roger is the director of the Vorhees Amputee & Stroke Organizaiton and is an active peer mentor.
Kevin, Board Member
Kevin is a certified prosthetist/orthotist with an emphasis in upper extremity prosthetics.
Kerri Sowers, PT, DPT, NCS, Board Member
Kerri is a physical therapist who works as an assistant professor at Stockton University in New Jersey, at Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, and is currently working on her PhD at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. Kerri is one of 20 federation international classifiers for paraequestrian sport, serves on the equestrian federation’s adaptive sports committee, and has been active as a fei pe classifier since 2012. Kerry created the class “Disability and Sports” at Stockton Univeristy, which allows students to explore disability issues, rights, and various sport opportunities for athletes with disabilities. Currently, Kerri’s research is to investigate and analyze the balance and motion of equestrian and paraequestrian athletes.
Mitchell C. Rosenberg, M.D., F.A.C.C., Board Member
Dr. Rosenberg attended Brown University for undergraduate and medical school. He performed his cardiology fellowship at Presbyterian- University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.