+ Branden Collinsworth is a life enhancement and sports conditioning coach with a BA in Interpersonal Communication with a focus on Human Behavior from UNLV and a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
“What I like most about our program is that it helps kids become better people. Kids learn resilience, self esteem, motivation, happiness, hope, etc. in an environment that is fun and friendly.”
President & Interim Executive Director
+ After relocating to Las Vegas in November 2010, native New Yorker Kristin Conte is making a significant impact on the Las Vegas community as Director of Marketing for TAO Group Las Vegas. Conte spearheads marketing strategy and events for TAO Restaurant & Nightclub and TAO Beach in The Venetian, LAVO Restaurant & Nightclub in The Palazzo, and Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Conte created TAO Cares, the charitable arm of TAO Group, in 2011, leading the charge to give back more to the community and engage TAO Group employees to do the same. +
Paul Rosenberg is an expert physical fitness and body transformation coach. His company, Real Results, has had over 500 clients since 2009 and hosts an annual 5k Race for a Cause charity event
“I’m deeply honored to be a part of a movement of this magnitude. J4J is undoubtedly an organization whose efforts will change many thousands of people’s lives.”
Marcus White is President of Larnell Alan Consulting LLC and a Political Activist with a BS in Communication Science and Disorders from FSU. Marcus has served as liaison for Mayor Oscar Goodman, Senator Harry Reid, and the Las Vegas City Council.
“Jump For Joy is an organization that has a fun and unique model program to beat childhood obesity.”
Secretary & General Counsel
Frank Toddre is an attorney with a JD/MBA from UNLV. Toddre specializes in Products Liability, Collections, and Administrative Law.
“I’m proud to be on the J4J team. From the ground floor, we’ve been tackling an increasingly important and troubling trend in today’s society—it’s exciting to see where this will go!”
Escamilla, a victim of childhood obesity, joined the team in 2010 and concentrates on the ongoing administration of J4J events. His background in the performing arts brings a vital component to the organization and his creativity continues to foster new thinking and ways to combat childhood obesity.