Mother of missing person Chelsea Cobo, Rose has been relentlessly searching for her daughter for over six years and has made it her life’s mission to raise awareness to avoid you or someone you know from being on either side of this unfathomable tragedy. With over 20 years of experience in sales and marketing, she raises awareness across platforms from her viral videos on FB to her appearance on The Maury Show to organizing marches and handing out flyers. Her next step is collaborating to produce the 911missing.org app to build a community to keep each other safe and have help at your fingertips.
Mary Lyall, mother of missing daughter Suzanne, established the Center for Hope, Inc. A not-for-profit, providing resources to educate, assist, and support families and friends coping with the pain and uncertainty of the sudden, unexplained loss of a loved one. In 2003, she and her husband, Doug Lyall, successfully passed legislation. Suzanne's Law, which requires police to notify the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), without delay, when someone between 18 and 21 is reported missing. In 2000, they were instrumental in creating the New York State Campus Safety Act which passed on a federal level in 2008. Mary and Doug designed a coaster program putting pictures of missing persons in the Capital Disrtict in New York on drink coasters distributed to over 1500 bars and restaurants, which have helped solve some cases. These are among a few of her accomplishments, the next being collaborating with our team throughout the development of our app.
Meir's son Boaz Zino went missing while on military leave from Fort Sill over 20 years ago. Meir wished we had the technology back then to conduct mass searches and send out mass alerts. That is how the concept of 911Missing came to be! Meir has over thirty years work experience in conceiving, creating and implementing new marketing ideas of various products and services, working mostly with owners and developers of new inventions. Independent provider of the complete ‘go to market’ sales cycle, beginning with igniting the initial excitement and interest, then connecting quickly to the right decision makers, to finally, produce new Win-Win agreements.
Alan Artale is an IT professional and contributing partner dedicated to overseeing the production and maintenance of the app. He has also dedicated a website to his missing daughter Leanne at www.leannehausberg.org. Alan and his family have been searching and hoping for 22 years that they will reunite or get news about Leanne. There is not a day that goes by they do not miss her and think about her.
Suzanne joined Eckerd Connects in 2016 and currently serves as the Director of Special Projects of Business Development and Strategy. Prior to that Suzanne served for over 11 years as Northeast Regional Manager for Henkels & McCoy Training Services where she secured over $39M in funding and was responsible for designing, implementing and administering 10 federally funded programs serving youth and adults throughout New York and New Jersey. Prior to this, Suzanne was retained by the U.S. Department of State as an expert service provider to conduct workshops in Vienna, Austria focusing on the assimilation of 2nd generation immigrant youth.
Galeal's was a young man when his little brother Boaz went missing in 1999. Since then he has become Founder & CEO of NetFoundry Inc. NetFoundry is the leader in zero trust, programmable networking. Galeal has been building reliable and secure Internet-based communication solutions for the past 20 years, leading teams at Tata (VP), LocalReplay (CEO), Teleglobe (VP) and ITXC (VP). Galeal has been awarded eight patents, and the patented software still powers the Internet services of some of the world’s largest communications providers.
Over 30 years production experience: Writer & Director of two award winning feature films; MEMOIRS OF A MADMAN & BLACKMALE; award winning Editor & Producer for CBS 48 HOURS including two Emmy’s. Two decades experience producing documentaries for missing people throughout the United States.
Ingrid Santana Ramirez's daughter Kassandra went missing under suspicious circumstances in 2018. Ingrid will never relent her search for her daughter and that's why she joined 911Missing. Ingrid transformed herself into an advocate for families of the missing, channeling her own pain into support for others. She assumed the role of Interim Executive Director for The National Task-force for Missing and Murdered Women and Girls of Color, reaching out to families in need of resources and support across the nation.
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