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Tony was selected as the 35th overall pick to the Chicago Bears in the 1998 NFL draft. Tony was recognized as Chicago’s top coverage defender against the pass and run. Tony was named to the NFL ‘All-Rookie’ team by ‘Pro Football Weekly’ and the Football News’, and was voted by his teammates as the 1998 rookie recipient of the ‘Brian Piccolo Award’, awarded annually to the rookie and veteran who best exemplify the courage, loyalty, teamwork, dedication (and sense of humor) displayed by Mr. Piccolo. While at Chicago, Tony had four(4) 14-tackle games, and became the first Bear since 1980 to record more than 100 tackles in each of his first three seasons (and the first since Mike Singletary) to rank among the top 4 in team tackles. After playing for Chicago for 4 seasons (and starting in 64 games consecutively), Tony was acquired by the San Francisco 49ers in 2002. Tony immediately excelled with San Francisco and was named to the Sports Illustrated and Football Digest ‘All-Pro’ team in 2002. In 2003, Tony was the recipient of the ‘Len Eshmont Award’, given to the most inspirational and courageous player. This continues to be the 49ers most prestigious annual award. Tony was the 1st 49er to have received this award in their 1st season. Tony was also awarded the ‘Ed Block Courage Award’ in 2002, for representing courage and leadership in the face of adversity.
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Bianca Patterson is a transformational health leader with unique skills in both the positions of health administrator and practitioner (MHA, INHC). She holds a BS, MHA, is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and a Certified Drugless Practitioner. Bianca is driven to create, teach and coach the highest standards of care and values excellence and quality healthcare delivery. She has experience in leading major health system wide projects, managing ambulatory care centers, and working one-on-one with clients and patients. Bianca is a sought after motivational and wellness speaker around the USA. She hosts wellness retreats around the country and is a published writer. Bianca specializes in teaching and coaching on hormonal balance and the use of nutrition and lifestyle modifications as an antidote to stress and overall healthy living. She is also very involved in international philanthropic works where she works as a major advocate to equip girls in Kenya with tools they need to safely navigate puberty and step into their potential along with global advocacy efforts to break the period taboo. She combines her commitment to health and wellbeing alongside her professional business experience, to create a tailored program of assisting her clients towards hormonal balance, managing stress in the workplace, developing personal resilience, disease prevention and cultivating a healthy body, mind, and spirit.
Mr. Constant owns and operates Constant Performance in Costa Mesa, CA. Originally from Canada, after earning an honors degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from York University in Toronto, David moved to Southern California in 1998 to pursue a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from California Polytechnic University, Pomona. In 1999, he opened his first training center, “DC Fitness and Sports Performance”, in Anaheim, CA.
In 2008 he expanded the business and changed the name to what we know today as CONSTANT PERFORMANCE. He has over 25 years and 40,000 hours of hands on training experience working with fitness enthusiasts, youth athletes, and numerous professional athletes from the NFL, MLB, and NHL, as well as Olympic gold medalists. He has been featured in various media outlets that include ESPN, Fox Sports, Good Day LA and The Orange County Register.
David also works part time as an adjunct instructor and exercise physiologist for Santa Ana College department of Fire Technology, where he lectures and develops training programs for numerous local Fire and Police departments. He truly believes that we are “STRONGER TOGETHER” and “WE ARE ALL ATHLETES”! These two concepts guide David’s personalized holistic science based approach to health and fitness, regardless of your fitness level or experience, guaranteeing results!
Dr. Gaylena White is a speaker, radio co-host, trainer, mentor, itinerant pastor, prophet and psalmist. She’s most proud of her title as wife, mother of two, and spiritual mother to many gifted and prophetic voices around the world. She has launched numerous individuals in various mountains of influence through her healing and deliverance ministry, online interactive courses, prayer shut-ins, and conference summits hosted around the United States with her greatest effort ushering the presence of God in and bringing heaven to earth.
A former corporate retail director turned Wellness Coach, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant, and Natural Foods Chef. She is passionate about helping others have access to a more fulfilling life through true food, authentic connection, and self-care. Aside from working one-on-one with clients seeking fulfillment, balance, and stress management from both a mind and body perspective, Kim teaches group workshops on Ayurveda & food, cooks at two retreat centers & farms in Sonoma County, and co-hosts retreats around the world that combine her passions for food, wellness, and travel.
Ryan Ross, a Warrenton, Virginia native, moved to the Pacific Northwest four years ago from Brooklyn, New York. Ryan has been in the realm of bespoke dining and food–centric events for the last 10 years. She grew up in her mother’s organic health food store, The Natural Marketplace, in Warrenton, Virginia. She attended the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City, as well as the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Ryan is also a certified Holistic Health Practitioner by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Health supportive, festive, organic, sustainable, foraged and local food is her world! Ryan currently resides in Bow, Washington with her husband. She is a recipe writer, product developer and has consulted for plant-based restaurants in Washington state, New York City, Little Corn Island, Nicaragua, Munich, Germany, and Paris, France. She is a recent partner and chef for The Good Moon Farm and Food Lab in Tortola, BVI where she will spend 6 months every year creating bespoke dining experiences and plant-based products and provisions. The other 6 months of the year, you might just find her throwing a dinner party for 40 guests in the farmlands of Skagit Valley with her roaming dinner club Supper Corps. Chef Ryan Ross is a CHOPPED champion. She won the “Light makes Right” episode of CHOPPED on the Food Network. You can also catch her co-hosting the finale episode of Joel Gamoran’s first season of SCRAPS on the A&E network. (Aired July, 23, 2017).