Our Team

Our Board of Directors

Nathan Schmidt

Nathan Schmidt, Lt Col (Ret.) USMCR

Board Chairperson
Founder

Shannon E. French

Shannon French, PhD

Vice Chairperson

Vlad Kondratiuk

Vlad Kondratiuk

Board Treasurer

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Amit Oren, PhD

MSF Psychologist &
Board Member

Dan Cnossen

Dan Cnossen, LCDR, USN Ret.

Board Secretary

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Victor Saunders

Board Member

Cristina Pogăcean

Cristina Pogăcean

Board Member

Our Advisory Board

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Katie Ross, MSW

Advisor

Andreas Gassner

Andreas Gassner

Advisor

Scott Smiley Mountain Seed

Scott Smiley,
Army Maj. Ret.

Advisor

Max Lowe Mountain Seed

Max Lowe

Advisor

Ambassador Trevor Traina

Ambassador Trevor Traina, Ret.

Advisor

MSF Emory Capps Climbing

Emory Capps

Advisor

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Jeff Furgal

Advisor

Vasu Sojitra Headshot

Vasu Sojitra

Advisor

Kelly

Kelly McKaig

Advisor

Pierre Vennen

Advisor

Our Team

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Dana Schmidt

Team Lead / Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator

Iryna Prykhoko

Iryna Prykhodko

Program Lead/Founding Member

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Kristen Calvin, Esq.

Chief Legal Advisor

Lindsey Bybee

Marketing / Social Media Manager

Sherry Sullivan

Finance Team

Daniel Sullivan

Finance Team

Our Therapists

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Amit Oren, PhD

MSF Psychologist & Board Member

Katie Ross Mountain Seed Team Photos

Katie Ross, MSW

Therapist

Mountain Seed Foundation outreach

Yulia Kovalova

MSF Child Psychologist

Roman Kozicky, LMHC

MSF Child Psychologist

Professor Shannon E. French

Director, Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence
Inamori Professor in Ethics  (Philosophy and Law)
Case Western Reserve University

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Vlad Kondratiuk

Vlad Kondratiuk is from Kyiv, Ukraine and is currently an Associate with Moelis & Company, a global investment bank based out of New York.

Before joining the firm, he was an Associate with The Blackstone Group, where he worked across a variety of industries, including Capital Markets, Credit, Private Equity and Real Estate. Prior to Blackstone, Vlad was a Research Analyst with the Europe, Russia and Eurasia Program at CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies) in Washington, DC, where he covered issues surrounding Ukraine’s economic development, domestic politics, and regional security.

Vlad has 6+ years of experience working with Ukraine-focused non-profits, including Ukrainian Finance Professionals Association (UFPA), Support Hospitals in Ukraine (SHU) and Building Ukraine Together (BUR). Vlad holds an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management and a BSBA in Finance and International Business from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Dr. Amit Oren

A clinical psychologist, Amit G. Oren earned her PhD at The New School for Social Research in New York City and has treated patients in private practice for over thirty years. She has been an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine–where she supervises psychology fellows–for over twenty-five years.

Dr. Oren joined Mountain Seed Foundation (MSF) in 2022. In collaboration with MSF, she helped develop and implement “Permission to Flourish™,” a unique psychotherapy program based in nature and founded on the principles of positive psychology. She served a year on the Advisory Board before joining the Board of Directors in 2023.

This program was the subject of Camp Courage, a 2023 documentary film—currently streaming on Netflix–that focuses on the inspiring story of two camp participants from Ukraine. In addition to her cameo in the film, she was featured in a 60 Minutessegment titled “Rise,” which also highlighted MSF’s unique, nature-based group therapy program and its impact on Ukrainian victims of war. 

An active member of the International Positive Psychology Association, Dr. Oren was invited to be a keynote speaker at the 2023 International Positive Psychology Association Congress, where she presented her work and experience with Ukrainian refugee and Gold Star families. She has been a member of the American Psychological Association for over thirty years.

A dedicated educator and contributor within the Yale psychiatric community, she has shared her considerable knowledge and clinical expertise by conducting workshops and lecturing extensively in the US and abroad. She has instructed on the clinical application of positive psychology at private clinics and universities in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Santiago, Chile.

Dr. Oren is an avid gardener and art collector. She has traveled around the world and has a particular interest in the healing arts of indigenous cultures. She is passionate about positive psychology and deeply committed to applying its concepts and research findings to the practice of psychotherapy: “Giving yourself permission to flourish is the gateway to creating a life worth living,” she says.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Dan Cnossen

Dan Cnossen was raised on a fifth-generation family farm in Topeka, Kansas. After successfully completing SEAL qualification training in 2003, he deployed numerous times in support of global special operations. As a SEAL platoon commander, he was severely injured in 2009 in Afghanistan, resulting in the amputation of both legs above the knees. Td, he began training for the U.S. Paralympic ski team in 2011 as a cross-country skier and biathlete. He has since competed for Team USA in the 2014, 2018 and 2022 Winter Games and is the first male athlete to win a gold medal for the United States in biathlon, a sport that combines cross-country skiing with precision shooting. In addition to training and competing for the U.S. Paralympic team, he is a public speaker for corporate and other audiences, as well as a resilience specialist for O2X, conducting workshops for firefighters and first responders. Cnossen holds a bachelor of science degree in English from the U.S. Naval Academy, a master’s in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a master’s in theological studies from the Harvard Divinity School.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Victor Saunders

Victor is a world-renowned British mountaineer and became a UIAGM mountain guide in 1996 after a career as an architect in London. He relocated to Chamonix, France in 2003 becoming a member of the SNGM (National Syndicate of French Mountain Guides).

He has climbed extensively throughout Europe, the Himalayas and Karakoram achieving many first ascents including the North Pillar of Spantik. He recently calculated that he’s spent five years of his life under canvas!

Victor summitted Mount Everest for his first of six times in 2004 and with back to back summits on Aconcagua in 2013, he completed his Seven Summits bid.

His ascents list is predominantly on climbs of a remote and desperately hard nature, and Victor is still bubbling over with enthusiasm for the peaks and peoples of the Himalayas after 20 years of climbing.

In addition to being an IFMGA guide, Victor is a recipient of the Boardman Tasker prize for mountain literature and won the Grand Prize at the International Mountain Book Festival at Passey in 2015 for his book “Les Tribulations de Mick & de Vic en Himalaya”.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Cristina Pogăcean

Cristina was born in 1984 in Romania. Her initial profession was that of civil engineer, and now she works full time as a mountain guide. Cristina is a fully certified IFMGA Mountain Guide and member of the East European Mountain Guides Association (EEMGA) and the Syndicat National des Guides de Montagne (SNGM). Following 9 years of competitive track and pole-vault, Cristina began climbing in 2004 after joining the Romanian Alpine Club. Beginning in 2005, she took part in numerous bouldering, sport climbing and ice climbing competitions – and by 2016, she managed to win 36 prizes, including 20 first place wins. In 2011, Cristina ranked 6th in the speed competition at the Ice Climbing World Cup at Busteni, and in 2012 she ranked 8th in the same international championship. Cristina is most proud of the following climbs: Khan Tengri (7010m) South West face of Shishapangma (8013m) First ascent of Gandharva Chuli (6248m) Bhagirathi I (6856 m) T13 (6436 m by the NW Ridge) First ascent of T16 South Summit (6431m)

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Katie R. Ross, MSW

Katie R. Ross, MSW, serves as a strategic advisor for Mountain Seed Foundation with more than a decade of experience in mental health and non-profit management. She is a nationwide healthcare leader as the creator of Tactical Recovery(specialized residential trauma treatment) in her role as Director of Veterans Services for Summit Behavioral Healthcare. Katie is also a long-time advocate serving on several non-profit boards working to increase access to care and stengths-based, resilience building programs, driven to improve the lives of others.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Andreas Gassner, “Andi”

What should it be, snow, ice or rock – Andi is everywhere at home in the Zell am See Kaprun region in Salzburger Land. Andi grew up in Zell am See in the shadow of the Hohe Tauern and kept a distance from Grossglockner in his young years. It wasn’t until he was 13 that he discovered skiing and started doing it with passion. He quickly got into the pull of the mountains and started climbing and climbing in rock and ice.

 

The mountains took up an ever-increasing part of his life. He became youth director of the Alpine Club section Zell am See, mountain rescue man and completed his training as a ski and snowboard instructor. During his studies he devoted himself to meteorology, because you can use weather science when mountaineering. Where did he do that? Of course in the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck. His travels took him to the Eastern Alps around Piz Bernina and Biancograt. Soon he couldn’t get past Chamonix and Mont Blanc – eventually traveling to the high mountains of Bolivia and Chile.

 

“As a mountain guide, I have really found my calling and am happy every time I look in the faces of my guests at the summit or after a hammer deep snow day and the grin from my left to the right ear no longer seems to go away. Then I am happy and exactly where I always wanted to go.”

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Scotty Smiley

Army Maj. Ret.

Major (Retired) Scotty Smiley is from Pasco, Washington. After high school he attended the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.  After four great years, he graduated and moved to Fort Benning, Georgia and attended Infantry Officer Basic Course and Ranger School. He quickly moved to Fort Lewis, Washington where he led a 45 man Platoon.  

In 2005 while leading his Platoon in Mosul, Iraq, Scotty found himself in front of a suicide car bomb.  After the man blew himself up, Scotty woke in Walter Reed Army Medical Center blinded for the rest of his life and partially paralyzed. Though questioning his faith, Scotty made a decision to forgive and rebuild his life and continue to serve in the Army, becoming the first blind active-duty officer in military history.

 

The Army Times named Scotty “Soldier of the Year” in 2007 and in 2008 he won an ESPY as the world’s Best Outdoor Athlete. After receiving a Master of Business Administration from Duke University, Scotty taught the core course in leadership at West Point and then commanded the Warrior Transition Unit at West Point’s Keller Army Medical Center. Scotty is a recipient of the Army’s prestigious MacArthur Leadership Award and holds an honorary PhD from Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, NY.  In 2010, Scotty received a Father of the Year award in New York and in 2011 received the Christopher Award for all he has given and continues to give.

Since then, Scotty has attended the Maneuver Captain Career Course in Fort Benning, Georgia, and moved to Spokane, Washington where he worked with the Gonzaga University ROTC Department, teaching and mentoring America’s future leaders.  After 12 years of service, he retired from the military in 2015.

Scotty joined Drexel Hamilton out of New York in 2015 and works with corporations and banks around the world.  

With a passion for using his story to build hope in this world, Scotty authored Hope Unseen in 2010 and now travels all over the country speaking and sharing his message of perseverance, courage and hope. 

Scotty is married to his high school sweetheart, Tiffany and they are the proud parents of Grady Douglas, Graham Elliott, and Baylor Scott.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Max Lowe

Director and Producer

Known for his ability to capture deeply human stories on some of the most exposed edges of the world, Max Lowe has honed his skill as a director and photographer in his search of narratives unheard. From his home in the mountains of Montana to now countless countries and landscapes across the globe, Max has been witness to stories spanning the gap of the human experience.

Beginning his career with National Geographic in 2012 with a Young Explorers Grant, and then going on to work with National Geographic Magazine and Outside Magazine, and directing branded films and short docs with that screened at festivals like Tribeca, Cannes and Berlinale, he forged a career for himself telling both his own stories as well as those of the people he encountered along the way.

In recent years, Max directed his first feature doc “Torn” which premiered at Telluride Film Festival and is now available on Disney+ and Hulu with National Geographic Docs, and the short documentary “Camp Courage” which is available on Netflix and was shortlisted for the 95th Academy Awards for best short doc.

With a background in observational journalistic style storytelling honed over years of telling human stories around the globe Max has emerged with a distinct style by which he crafts his film and photo work. 

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Ambassador Trevor Traina

Trevor D. Traina is an American diplomat, entrepreneur and private investor who served as the United States Ambassador to Austria from 2018 – 2021.

 

In January 2018, Trevor D. Traina was nominated to serve as U.S. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Austria. He was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate in March, 2018 and served in Vienna for three years. Ambassador Traina was awarded the Medal for Exceptional Public Service by the Secretary of Defense and the Grand Decoration of Honor in Gold from the Chancellor of Austria.

 

A seasoned entrepreneur, Ambassador Traina has founded / co-founded six technology startups. He is currently the CEO and Founder of Kresus Labs. Previously he was Founder and CEO of IfOnly, a San Francisco-based e-commerce platform and charity venture (Sold to MasterCard in 2019); Co-Founder and Chairman of DriverSide, a venture-funded startup in the online automotive category (Sold to Advance Auto Parts in 2011); Chairman and Founder of SchemaLogic, Inc. (Sold to SmartLogic in 2011); Chairman of StepUp Commerce (Sold to Intuit in 2006) and President and Founder of CompareNet, Inc., the original online product comparison guide (Sold to Microsoft in 1999.) Ambassador Traina spent two years at Microsoft after the acquisition. He began his career as the youngest brand manager ever at Seagram’s in New York.

 

Trevor D. Traina has served on the boards of the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley; Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF); Princeton University Art Museum, Gladstone Institutes; Venetian Heritage, Grace Cathedral and the Cathedral School for Boys. He holds a bachelor’s degree in politics from Princeton University, a graduate degree in international relations and social studies from Oxford University and a master’s in business administration from Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Emory Capps

Emory developed his love for the mountains at a young age. In college, he became a snowboarding instructor and an AMGA certified Single Pitch Instructor for rock climbing. He traveled for years of his life in search of rock and snow, finally landing in the mountains of Colorado.

After spending his twenties as a guide, Emory moved to the office as the Executive Director for Bold Earth, an adventure travel program for teenagers. There, he managed the full-time staff programming trips all over the world. In his free time, he would work as a mentor for the Snowsports Outreach Society, teaching leadership skills to underserved youth through skiing and snowboarding. Emory also enjoyed volunteering for the Range of Motion Project, helping raise funds to purchase prosthetics for patients in developing countries.

“I have witnessed firsthand how powerful nature and community can be for young people. I am honored to help Mountain Seed provide a healing and fun experience for these kids.”

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Jeff Furgal

Jeff is a former US Government senior executive with more than 25 years of foreign affairs and military experience, and has served abroad in Europe, Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. He is a former Marine Corps officer with service in Somalia (1993-1994) and holds degrees in Physical Therapy (which he practiced in North Carolina) and Russian Studies (including study abroad in the former Soviet Union).


After departing US Government service, Jeff started FHI Insights LLC, a consulting firm which advises US government, military, and private sector entities on geopolitical risk. He is on the Senior Advisory Board of London-based Labrys Technologies, a dual-use (defense and private sector) tech company transforming human network management and is a Contributor/Speaker for Skytop Strategies in NYC.


Jeff grew up in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in NY State, and now lives in Northern Virginia with his wife Lisa. They have two children in college. Jeff is excited to join the Advisory Board of the Mountain Seed Foundation and contribute to the long healing journey ahead for Ukrainian families affected by the Russian invasion.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Vasu Sojitra

Vasu Sojitra is a professional skier and a Disability Access Strategist living in Bozeman, MT. He has climbed peaks like the Grand Teton and was the first Disabled person to ski peaks in Montana’s Beartooth and Bridger Mountains with monumental ski descents on Tahoma (Mt Rainer) and Denali all on one leg and without a prosthetic leg.

Through his goals and ambitions, he hopes to create more accessible spaces for people with disabilities and people of color in the outdoors and the ski world with the motto of “#ninjasticking through the wood to center intersectionality in the outdoors.”

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Kelly McKaig

Kelly McKaig is the Senior Director of Finance for the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem.  A lifelong fan of the arts, he has worked with artists across disciplines in film, theater, music, dance, performance, and photography.
 
For 4 years he was the Director of Finance at Symphony Space, home of Selected Shorts, broadcast on NPR.  After college, he worked for the filmmaker Todd Haynes, and had the good fortune to work with many other film directors, including Todd Solondz, Lisa Cholodenko, Barbara Kopple, Harmony Korine, and James Gray.  He has also worked with Stephin Merritt (Magnetic Fields), James Bidgood (Pink Narcissus), and John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig). 
 
He has an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, and an undergraduate degree from Brown University.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Pierre Vennen

I was born in France and have worn the hats of both a firefighter and a registered nurse. These roles allowed me to extend care and solace to those in their most vulnerable moments. It was in the French Alps that I discovered the power of mountains, climbing my first via ferrata. 

We resided in Scotland, where I met my wife. Now, as an artist, I am also a devoted father of three in our new home in Vienna, Austria.

Despite the bustling life, a burning desire to help my community led me to join the Mountain Seed Foundation from its inception.

As a proud member of the Austrian board, my involvement extends beyond the summer Healing Base Camps in Kaprun to year-round dedication.

My passion lies in offering our families every opportunity to fully embrace our programs and empowering them to share their stories within their communities. 

Together we can move mountains. 

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Iryna Prykhodko

Iryna Prykhodko is one of the founding members of the Mountain Seed Foundation and the Non-Executive Director for Programs. Iryna brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the foundation, including a vast network of contacts in Ukraine.

As a Crimean native, she lived through the period of the Soviet Union, the dissolution of the USSR, and the birth and growth of the independent state of Ukraine. Iryna’s expertise, creativity and resourcefulness immediately allowed the Mountain Seed Foundation to provide vital assistance to Ukrainian refugees. She is also currently obtaining a masters degree in International Relations.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Kristen Calvin

Kristen has over ten years of public interest advocacy experience in government, NGOs, and community-based organizations. Her eclectic background includes direct legal services to low-income residents of Washington, DC; consulting work on global education initiatives; Embassy work in Ukraine and Georgia; plus policy and outreach efforts to promote social reform in the areas of women’s and children’s issues, victims’ rights, disability services, and education reform.

Kristen is a licensed attorney and trained mediator in Maryland, and received her J.D. from the University of the District of Columbia School of Law. She also has a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Colorado.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Lindsey Bybee

Lindsey is a social media marketing professional with seven years experience working in the digital space. Holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education from Arizona State University, Lindsey initially embarked on her professional journey as an educator, driven by her commitment to nurturing the positive development of children. While her career eventually diverted from the field of education, Lindsey’s passion for fostering children’s growth and advancement remains.

Living in Kyiv in 2017, Lindsey discovered a profound affection for Ukraine and its people. After her time in Ukraine, her family also lived in Tbilisi, Georgia and currently resides in Garmisch, Germany. Embracing life in Garmisch has deepened her family’s appreciation for the mountains and the healing power of nature.

As a mother of three, Lindsey holds dear the opportunity to instill in her children the values of global citizenship, empathy, and curiosity about the world. Her experiences living abroad ignited a passion for travel, photography, and the exploration of diverse cultures, enriching both her personal and professional pursuits.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Sherry Sullivan

Sherry recently celebrated her 30th anniversary at H&R Block where she manages a busy team of tax professionals.  Prior to H&R Block she worked in a variety of bookkeeping and accounting roles.  When not in her office, Sherry enjoys spending time with family (in person and virtually) as well as crocheting and quilting.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Daniel Sullivan

Dan is a retired USG senior executive who managed large IT and communications organizations throughout a 25 year career.  Following his USG retirement, he continued to support the USG as a contractor, focused on special programs and senior level support until retiring again in 2022.  When not helping Sherry with MSF finance management, Dan enjoys golf and his life-long ham radio hobby.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Yulia Kovalova

Born and raised in Mariupol, Donetsk region, I pursued my education at the Donetsk Institute of Social Education. From 2000 until the onset of the conflict on February 24, 2022, I worked as a practical psychologist at primary school 52 in Mariupol, achieving a higher qualification category. Starting from 2018, I took on roles as a coordinator, facilitator, and psychologist in various international projects involving Ukrainian schoolchildren.
 
On March 2, 2022, like all residents of Mariupol, I found myself in a besieged city, grappling to survive without basic necessities like water, food, gas, electricity, and communication. Amidst another Russian air raid on March 10, 2022, a bomb struck just 20 meters from the building where I was staying. The structure remained intact, but all 12 floors were stripped of windows, and the blast wave tore away doors. In freezing temperatures of -5 degrees Celsius, people were literally stranded outside.
 
In the wake of this devastation, residents sought refuge in the building’s basement. However, it was an ordinary basement, not equipped for long-term habitation. Escaping this situation posed a significant challenge due to constant shelling from various weapons. By March 17, 2022, Russian tanks had positioned themselves near the building. Toward the end of March, I managed to travel to the village of Mykilske, but my journey faced further obstacles. A process called “filtering” awaited all of us, requiring weeks, and sometimes months, of waiting in lines to obtain a piece of paper termed a “document” by the occupation authorities. This document required submission of fingerprints, examination of photos on phones, personal correspondence, and internet search history. If anything raised suspicion, the individual would be taken away, leaving much to speculation about their fate.
 
Given the near-impossibility of traveling to independent Ukraine, my route led me through Russia to reach Lithuania. Why Lithuania? Friends I had collaborated with on various projects resided there, eagerly awaiting us and offering their assistance as we resettled in a new environment. Today, I strive to integrate into this new chapter of life and provide my expertise to support the children and families of Ukraine who are impacted by war.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Roman Kozicky, LMHC

MSF Child Psychologist

Roman Kozicky, LMHC, is a psychotherapist based in the United States, who serves as a child and adolescent therapist for Mountain Seed Foundation. Roman has worked for several years with both youth and adults in both clinic and private settings, helping them to overcome various psychological struggles. Roman is also very active within the Ukrainian diaspora in the US, having learned Ukrainian language, history, and culture from a very young age. Roman’s background knowledge of both mental health and Ukrainian culture facilitate MSF’s program and ability to connect with participating families.

Mountain Seed Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

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As the fight inside Ukraine continues, many families continue to endure the physical and psychological burdens of war. The cost of this war will be realized for generations to come, but WE CAN HELP.