Daphne’s parents, Reverend Donald and Mrs. Ida Evans have been her inspiration. Her parents taught her that to help others was a ministry that was not passé. With this shining example and encouragement, Daphne began to volunteer at an early age to care for cancer patients, sometimes staying for weekends to relieve the overtaxed caregivers. She visited Nicaragua after the Sandinista regime and had trucks bring clothing over the bombed out roads for the villagers while she flew in by a Russian parachute plane. She hosted clothing drives in San Francisco during the tsunami and found pilots of private planes to fly the supplies to the victims there. She also found jobs for young professionals stranded by Katrina and paid out of pocket to fly them to their new job locations. She became a member of the Italian Make A Wish Foundation and would visit Genoa and speak directly to the children, encouraging hotels to offer free accommodation for the children and their parents. In 2008, she was nominated as San Francisco's Woman of the year by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society; devoting 3 months in marathon fundraising. She could never have had the courage or the tenacity to do any of this without her parents showing her that “it is more blessed to give than to receive."
Dr. Katerina Rozakis Trani, Phd, LCSW, DAPA, BCIM, Integrative Medicine Psychotherapist. Board Certified Integrative Medicine. Certified Diplomate Psychotherapist. Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Natural Health Educator and Wellness Coach.
"My focus is on preventative medicines, lifestyle changes, integrative cancer support. I am a contributing writer on Health and Wellness. (GEV Magazine originally brought me on board to be their Wellness Diva Writer because of my Goddess work). As a formal model and cancer survivor I inspire women on how to live fearlessly and beautifully from the inside out. My philosophy is Eat, Move and Think Beautiful to be Beautiful from the inside out. I own Insight for Wellness Center "An Integrative Group Practice". You can include my website: InsightForWellness.com (if you go to Meet the team on my website, it has my bio as well)."
Tracey Webb is a member of Heaven's Door Board of Directors as an Executive Coach and Transformation Agent. She has been an active member of the San Francisco Bay Area business community since her days as a student at Stanford University, where she began a market research business. Her practice provided market profiles of the Pacific Rim primarily for small high-tech or engineering firms beginning in 1980. Upon graduation with a B.A. in International Relations with Departmental Honors from Stanford University in 1982, Ms. Webb attended Harvard Law School from 1982-1984. Currently Tracey runs Tracey Elizabeth Webb Associates, an executive and organizational effectiveness consultancy.
Lauren Johnson-Walker is a member of Heaven's Door Board of Directors and Head of Corporate Giving. Lauren received her Juris Doctorate from USC Gould School of Law.