LaTronda Humphries LaTronda Humphries – Executive Director

LaTronda Humphries is the wife of 16 years to a disabled veteran, she knows firsthand what it take for marriages and families to succeed. She has a true passion for marriages especially those of our heroes. She has a dual master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Counseling and is currently in pursuit of a Doctorate of Psychology. LaTronda has over 8 years of experience in military family readiness techniques. She’s been facilitating marriage groups as well as counseling couples for five years.
Heather Ehle Heather Ehle – Deputy Executive Director

Heather is the founder and executive director of Project Sanctuary, a Registered Nurse (RN) with more than 20 years of experience in the health care industry as a nurse, manager, volunteer and entrepreneur. She has extensive experience in the nonprofit health care system. After reading that the rates of child abuse and neglect triple when a parent is deployed, Heather was moved to do something and founded Project Sanctuary in 2007.
After five years of pure success, Heather met Prince and LaTronda Humphries while they were attending one of the retreats in Colorado. While in attendance, the couple knew they wanted to duplicate what Project Sanctuary was doing for military families all over the country. Heather took Prince & LaTronda under her wing and in 2012 Healing Our Heroes Project was founded in Texas.
Prince Humphries Prince Humphries – Director of Operations

Prince Humphries is a disabled veteran that served in the U.S Army for over 10 years. After multiple tours during OIF and OEF, he was diagnosed with PTSD. Having had difficulties reconnecting with his family, Prince understands the importance of reintegration through leisure. Although Prince is not 100%, he still believes in serving our military. He works alongside his wife LaTronda in HOHP. Prince is currently a Certified Project Management Professional, Six Sigma Green Belt, and pursuing his degree in Recreational Therapy.
Allison Baltin Allison Batlin – President

Allison Batlin is a hospitality specialist with 24 years in the airline industry, followed by 8 years in the hotel industry. Service above Self, the motto for Rotary International, can best describe what drives Allison. As co-founder of Loloma Foundation, a non-profit organization serving the South Pacific, Allison found great reward in improving the education and health of the South Pacific Islands. Allison has been a member of Rotary International for 7 years, serving in many capacities, pushing through humanitarian International Grants in Mexico, Columbia, South Africa, and Sudan. Allison now realizes the needs to focus her attention to the military men and women returning home to their families here in the US after putting our country first while serving abroad. Now is the time to direct our attention to the needs of these families who have given up so much so that we may have so much more.
 Clarence-Parks-158 Clarence Parks – Member, Board of Directors

Clarence H. Parks, Jr. is a retired Unites States Air Force disabled Veteran (22 years). He is a business professional with more than 25 years of Retail and Asset Protection Management experience in the civilian arena. Clarence has throughout his life been involved with many organizations both military and civilian, to include Chamber of Commerce Leadership program, Boys Club of America Board of Directors, Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy, and many others. His volunteer efforts also included being a Volunteer Probation Officer, 17th Jurisdictional Court of Colorado, and Mountain West Muscular Dystrophy Volunteer Camp Counselor. As a retired disabled veteran, Clarence is devoted to supporting our military families.
Wilzata Buie Wilzata A. Buie, LMSW – Mental Health

Wilzata Buie is a disabled combat veteran who served in the United States Army proudly alongside her husband who is also a combat veteran. She has experienced the impact and hardship that military life can have on a family when both partners are serving in the military. Wilzata innately has a heart of giving. Considering her affection for our military service men and women, she decided to pursue a degree in Social Work to help Veterans and their families on a more broad and impactful scale. As an emergency room social worker she has patiently and skillfully worked with clients on crisis management, substance abuse disorders, and various mental health issues.
When Wilzata was presented with opportunity to work with HOHP, without hesitation she accepted. The desire that she has for our heroes is undeniable. Furthermore, the opportunity to assist our heroes and their families in becoming a whole and healthy family unit is something she definitely could not turn down.