Meet our Staff
Amy Frost born on an Air Force Base, grew up in the military, worked for the Department of Defense for 21 years, lost her husband Tom in Desert Storm and is married to the Director of Military and Veteran Service at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She is all about supporting Military, Veterans and their family members.
Amy has worked with thousands of managers and employees dealing with a multitude of workplace related issues that impact company morale and productivity. She is an accomplished educator, keynote presenter, life management coach, career coach, writer, trainer and facilitator. Amy worked for the Department of Defense for 21 years as a contract negotiator and a Total Quality Management (TQM) facilitator. She was on faculty at the University of Phoenix where she was distinguished as an outstanding faculty member and was a faculty mentor. In 2012, she was given the Oprah Magazine, Crocs Cares and Nonprofit Sector Foundation Stepping Up to your Purpose and Walking for Good Award.
Dr. Don Posson started his pathway into the mental health field midway through his Navy career. He bootstrapped his way through a Master’s in Mental Health Counselor and assignment as a Navy Substance Abuse Program Manager in Sicily, Italy as his twilight tour.
His post-navy career has included extensive experience in children’s mental health, addictions therapy, and higher academia. He currently is a full-time professor at National University, in San Diego, CA, as well as the co-owner of The Las Vegas Neurofeedback Center, Southern Nevada’s only stand-alone neurofeedback treatment center. He is an avid advocate and treatment provider for vets providing free neurofeedback for them through Homecoming for Veterans (Homecoming4vets.org).
For the past five years, he has been rebuilding a large mountain retreat home with the mission of treating veterans with addiction, TBI, and PTSD issues with his unique biological, psychological, and spiritual approach to brain-recovery.
Dr. Don has a broad breadth and depth of experience in working with individuals across a broad spectrum of mental health imbalances. Since he began work in EEG Neurofeedback, he has successfully brain-trained individuals with just about every common mental health imbalance. His work, as is the work of many in this coalition, is ground-breaking in its promising impact on how we care for our wounded warriors.
Annie Emprima is the owner of Veteran Ready. She deployed to the Middle East in 2016 with the Nevada National Guard and separated from the military February of this year.
Her local event planning and veteran community involvement includes working as the NCO (non-commissioned officer) for the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program, and the Employment Coordinator for the Nevada National Guard. As the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program NCO, she worked with National Guard airmen and soldiers in obtaining employment, and planned networking and hiring events at casinos and non-gaming facilities statewide.
Serving as a Department of Defense contractor, she built up the Nevada Hero2Hired program to serve over 1,000 veterans. She was also hired as the first Veteran Coordinator for the Workforce Training and Economic Development department at Vegas PBS.