Business Development Representative
Celia Brannon has spent the last ten years working for chemical dependency and psychiatric hospitals in the DFW metroplex. She is a nationally certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor, teaching corporate business professionals, law enforcement, military families and Fire/EMS personnel to reduce stigma and encourage professional help for those in crises caused by mental health and substance misuse issues. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communication from Howard Payne University and a Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. Celia is a member of several heritage societies; one of her hobbies include helping others find their own family history through genealogy research. She also enjoys nature photography, flower gardening, and freelance writing projects. She lives with her husband and dog, Buddy, who at ten months old and 96 pounds hopes to be a therapy dog when he grows up.