TotalCourage™ has established a Humanitarian Relief Advisory Council to influence the charitable activities related to global humanitarian and medical relief, identify fund raising opportunities and provide guidance to our strategic planning process. ​​


Meet the Humanitarian Relief Advisory Council for TotalCourage™

Todd Scattini
CEO, Harvest 360°
Todd is a retired United States Army Lieutenant Colonel, a West Point graduate and a distinguished combat veteran; however, he is also a trained United States Army diplomat. He is conversational in six languages and has served as the Defense Attaché at the US Embassy in Slovenia, among many other high level assignments. Todd is committed to serving the indigent and the infirmed both at home and around the world. Additionally, he serves as the CEO of Harvest 360° and he is a devoted husband and father.
Miro Popkhadze
Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute-Eurasia Program

Miro Popkhadze is a Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute-Eurasia Program. He was the Georgian MOD Rep to the UN from 2015-2019. He also served as the Assistant Defense Attaché at the Embassy of Georgia to the US. His research includes Russian foreign policy, Eurasia security, and geopolitics of the Caucasus region. Miro has a Master of International Policy and Practice from George Washington University. He also holds an MSc in Political Science from Suffolk University and a BA in International Relations from Tbilisi State University. 

Kathy Sheppard
Country Coordinator- Republic of Georgia
Ms. Kathy Sheppard serves as our Coordinator in Georgia.  Her leadership and program development experience have created an efficient and effective humanitarian relief business model. Kathy is the proud mother of Trey and Madison, who are pursuing engineering careers on opposite coasts of the United States.
Learn more about Kathy’s work here: https://www.facebook.com/TotalCourageGeorgia/
Jack Lechner
President and CEO, CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF MORTUARY SCIENCE​
Mr. Lechner was appointed as the President of the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in January of 2016. Immediately prior to coming to CCMS he was the Integrated Logistics Systems Division Chief at Headquarters, Department of the Army, Pentagon where he was responsible for ensuring the integrated logistics support for the entire lifecycle of all the Army’s combat platform acquisitions of more than $480 million during a fiscal year or procurement of more than $2.79 billion for the life of the program.
Arthur Ushijima
President and CEO, Queen's Health Systems, Inc.
Art is a Diplomate in the American College of Healthcare Executives from whom he received the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award in 2014. Art was named CEO of the year in 2014 by Hawaii Business Magazine. He serves as the Director of Ala Wai Pharma, Inc. His military service includes seven years as a health care administrator in the U.S. Air Force Medical Service Corps.