Board

OTCF FOUNDER | CEO

Dr. Justin Gracieux MHA, DHA

 

“First and foremost, praise to God for this opportunity to serve His mission. I started this non-profit foundation to honor my grandfather who was a forgotten WWII veteran so it is an absolute honor to continue his legacy and to serve my country in this capacity to help save lives. Warrior runs through my blood, it’s the very fabric of my DNA coming from a long line of men who proudly served our great country. I’m a full-time doctoral student pursuing my Doctor of Healthcare Administration while working for one of the nation’s largest healthcare systems. Come and get involved with OTCF today!”

EMAIL JUSTIN

OTCF chief financial officer

Sandy “Chief” Sanchez USN (Retired)

 

“I proudly served in the USN for 26 years. Justin and I have been friends for many years so I was honored when he asked me to be CFO for the non-profit. I have accomplished a lot in life so I only hope to continue to serve my country and community by giving back to others in any way I can. God, family, and country are everything to me. Come join the OTCF family today, we’ve been waiting for you.”

EMAIL SANDY

otcf board member

Eddie “Big brother” Coronado USMC

 

“I proudly served in one of the best branches in the United States military, the Marine Corps.. Giving back to my brothers and sisters who serve(d) our country is the very essence of why I am passionately involved with OTCF. We are a band of brothers and a force for good in the community so come get involved in the mission to raise awareness for veterans and first responders mental health.”

EMAIL EDDIE

OTCF board member

Gunny Arenas USMC

 

“I proudly served in the USMC for 22 years. I still serve my country to this day by helping the lives impacted by various mental health illnesses as a result of war. We at OTCF are focused on delivering real-time solutions for those who need help today through the various mental health programs we offer. We all have a story to tell and your story is worth hearing because you matter so come join the OTCF family today.”

EMAIL GUNNY

OTCF board member

Gunny Arenas USMC

 

“I proudly served in the USMC for 22 years. I still serve my country to this day by helping the lives impacted by various mental health illnesses as a result of war. We at OTCF are focused on delivering real-time solutions for those who need help today through the various mental health programs we offer. We all have a story to tell and your story is worth hearing because you matter so come join the OTCF family today.”

EMAIL GUNNY