Command Sgt. Major (ret.) Tom Satterly served in the Army for 25 years, 20 of those years were spent in the military’s most secretive and elite Special Operations unit, Delta Force. As an Operator and CSM, Tom fought in and lead countless high profile military missions including Operation Red Dawn (Saddam Hussein’s capture) and the Battle of Mogadishu (Black Hawk Down) which was the longest sustained firefight since Vietnam. That 18-hour firefight ended with Tom, along with several of his team mates, running the Mogadishu Mile to safety.

Although the physical, mental, and emotional toll of war had compounded over the years, Tom never faced his Post-Traumatic Stress symptoms and in 2013 he nearly ended his life. Had it not been a text from his now wife, Jen, he would have joined the 22 veterans who commit suicide every single day.

As Director of Film and Photography of an elite Special Operations training company, Jen embedded with Navy Seals, Green Berets, and Army Rangers in (RMTs) Realistic Military Training exercises sometime for weeks at a time. During this time, she began to notice the same symptoms Tom was battling and began to ask questions. What was being done? Who is helping our warriors on the homefront heal? Who is helping the families with secondary PTS? She didn’t like the answers and became certified in health and wellness to better understand PTS and the body.

Tom and Jen decided something had to be done and the work they did together training and preparing warriors to fight overseas turned into a mission of helping warriors and their families fight the silent war and to heal from it on the homefront. The Satterly’s founded All Secure Foundation in August 2017 as a resource library for helping warriors and their families navigate the maze of treatments and modalities of healing from PTS. They have worked individually with hundreds of warriors and their families and soon became more than a referral website but also a provider of education, awareness, and programs for healing.

In 2019 ASF launched one of the only programs in the country for warrior couples to tackle PTS and Secondary PTS together with Emotionally Focused Therapy through their Special Operations Warrior Couples Retreat Workshops. The program was so successful that they filled all 6 of the retreat workshops in 2020 in a single day. With additional funding, more workshop retreats will be added (to donate to or sponsor a retreat, please visit our DONATE page).

In 2020, All Secure Foundation has also began working directly with Special Operation units and the FRG (Family Readiness Group) by providing PTS Resiliency training at bases across the United States. In addition to working with the DOD, Tom and Jen also speak across the country to provide awareness and education on PTS including Congress, the Senate Committee on Veteran Affairs, The White House Communication Agency, USAA, Lockheed Martin, NAMI, and countless veteran organizations.



Tom Satterly is a highly decorated combat veteran, having served in the Army 25 years, the last 20 in the US Military’s most elite Tier One unit, Delta Force. He has been involved in, and led, some of our nation’s most important military campaigns.

Tom fought in and was portrayed in the Oscar Winning 2001 film: Black Hawk Down which was the longest sustained firefight since Vietnam. As a member of Delta Force, he has been deployed countless times and led hundreds of missions including the capture of Saddam Hussein. He is the recipient of numerous medals including 5 Bronze Stars, 2 for Valorous acts, and he was the first American to attend German Ranger School after competing against hundreds of soldiers to win the singular honor.

Beyond Tom’s proven experience of leadership and critical decision making skills in high-risk environments, he continues to fight and win his own “silent war” off the battlefield after coming within seconds of taking his own life and becoming a veteran suicide statistic.

His innate strengths of courage, perseverance, and “can do” attitude has saved his life countless times. His willingness to speak openly and honestly of his mental and emotional struggles have saved the lives of others who believed they had to suffer in silence and make it alone or not at all.

Today, Tom is on his most important mission to date with his wife and partner, Jen. Together, they are co-Founders and co-CEOs of All Secure Foundation, a non-profit organization serving Special Operation warriors and their families reconnect and heal on the homefront. Their organization has been recognized as a top rated non profit by Great Nonprofit s and has grown to serve thousands of combat families.

Tom’s best-selling book, “All Secure: A Special Operations Soldier’s Fight to Survive on the Battlefield and the Homefront”, was released on November 5, 2019 is available at all major booksellers.



Jen Satterly was an award-winning filmmaker and photographer for 15 years, spending the last three years as Director of Film and Photography of an elite Special Operations training company fully embedded with Navy SEALS, Green Berets, and Army Rangers in large-scale realistic training missions.

During her time embedding with Special Operations warriors, Jen began to see a pattern with the soldiers, sailors, and airmen she worked alongside, some of the very same issues her husband, retired Command Sgt. Major Tom Satterly, was also facing with complex Post-Traumatic Stress. She began searching for answers to help them find a way to constructively deal with PTS and its symptoms which included isolation, anxiety, severe depression, anger issues and a long list of medical challenges. Jen made it her mission to not only help the service member but also the families who often suffer from secondary PTS and are innocent causalities of the longest war.

Passionate about helping warriors and their families heal, Jen stepped out from behind the camera and became a certified health and wellness coach to better understand the biology of PTS. Alongside her husband, Tom, they co-Founded All Secure Foundation and serve as co-CEOs. All Secure Foundation is 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving Special Operation warriors and their families reconnect and heal on the homefront from the trauma of war. Their organization has been recognized as a top rated non profit by Great Nonprofits and has grown to serve thousands of combat families.

Additionally, Jen is the founder of Virago (vəˈräɡō/), a platform for educating and empowering women who are facing the challenges of PTS on the homefront. She is currently writing a book which will be published late 2020 by Post Hill Publishing/Simon and Schuster.




Aaron is both an accomplished financial advisor and a professional bass fisherman. His experience in the financial industry and passion for delving into the individual circumstances and values of the people he works with make Aaron a natural fit for the All Secure Foundation board. He is drawn toward business owners, executives, and similarly ambitious individuals who require a sound financial strategy to support their current endeavors and future aspirations, as well as the legacy they want to provide.

Aaron has earned a great deal of recognition for his accomplishments in the financial industry over the past twenty years. At the national level, he has been honored as a member of the Chairman’s Club* in 2012, 2013, and 2018, and the President’s Club* in 2015 and 2016, naming him as one of the highest yielding financial services providers within Securian Financial Services, Inc.

Outside work, Aaron spends as much time as possible with his family. He and his supportive wife, Diana, and their two beautiful daughters, Maya and Malia, enjoy outdoor adventures and traveling. The family also takes an active role in their community by volunteering their time for local organizations.

Additionally, Aaron hosts the Bass Edge radio program, “The Edge”.


As founder and CEO of Renaissance Financial, Greg is often asked what he invests in, but he believes it is far more important to have a plan than to overemphasize trends. Since 1994, when Greg teamed up with 16 other financial professionals to create Renaissance Financial, he certainly wanted it to be one of the region’s premier financial service firms. And over the next 25 years it is well positioned to be just that. But what is most fundamental to the success of the firm is a simple and powerful guiding principle: Greg invests in people.

A practitioner of servant-leadership, Greg makes the growth and well-being of others his priority. He has led the firm into the spot as one of the top managing firms within Securian*. He would tell you his success comes from making the right investments—in people. As a result, Renaissance Financial has consistently been recognized for their outstanding culture and team satisfaction by winning various awards for being a best place to work.

A major priority for all those at Renaissance Financial is social responsibility and philanthropy. Greg is very active with Big Brothers Big Sisters, where he has served as a Board Member for the past 20 years and has mentored his ‘little brother,’ Dominic for 19 of those years.

Greg’s involvement within the community spans multiple cities on several corporate boards. To name a few, Greg sits on the Board of Trustees of the SSM Health Foundation in St. Louis, MO. He is a member of the KC Area Development Council, a great collaborative organization that helps draw businesses to the Kansas City region. He is also Chairman of Securian’s National Advisory Board Broker Dealer and Trust Committee in St. Paul, MN and has been a board member of the Cultural Media Collaborative, based in New York, for the past nine years. Greg joined All Secure Foundation’s board in 2019.


Prior to joining the banking industry, Matt worked in the nonprofit sector for more than 20 years holding various high-level positions responsible for administration, operations, fundraising and marketing. His history in that arena, coupled with his experience within financial industry, provides a unique set of skills to assist efforts of the All Secure Foundation.

Matt earned a bachelor’s degree from Missouri State University in communication management and public relations as well as multiple professional development certifications through Washington University in St. Louis. Matt has received numerous honors over the years for his accomplishments including recognition from the St. Louis Business Journal and Leadership St. Louis.

In addition to the All Secure Foundation, Matt currently serves as a board member for The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis, and is active in Rotary, the local Salvation Army and Sullivan High School Sports Boosters. He has served as past president and board member of the Sullivan Girls Softball Association, past board member for Crider Health Center and coached several select travel softball teams.

Matt and his wife, Lisa, reside in Sullivan, MO and have three children and one grandchild.


Donna Stamp is the Assistant Vice President of Global Privacy for Enterprise Holdings Inc., the largest car rental company in the world which operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental brands at more than 9,900 fully staffed neighborhood and airport locations in more than 90 countries.

The Global Privacy Department supports all aspects of the company’s customer and employee data uses, policies and best practices; incident response management; privacy program management; data protection compliance; and the emerging areas of digital and telematics.

Donna began her career with Enterprise in 1998 as a Management Trainee in rental operations, then spent a substantial part of her career in the Marketing and Communications Departmentholding positions from Marketing and Brand management to Marketing Compliance and the development of a Marketing Procurement practice. In 2015, she moved into her current role where she leads global privacy team for the company. Donna has a degree in international studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia and is a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM).

Donna resides in St. Louis with her husband and two children.

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