Simran S. Stuelpnagel
Simran Stuelpnagel is an organizational strategy executive and management consultant with a background in nonprofit governance and federal programs. He contributes to ARPF’s strategic initiatives.
Simran has had a lifelong interest in the intersection of research and meditation, and in his early twenties was a research assistant at Harvard Medical School. Notably, at the University of Virginia his coursework analyzing the US regulatory framework was used to teach procurement analysis at the graduate school for professional development. In his spare time, Simran travels, trains yoga teachers, and spends time with his two daughters.
Le Craven is a manager with a background in both entrepreneurial and non-profit leadership. Her heartfelt interest in serving at ARPF comes out of caring for family members with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Le is a lifelong learner and always interested in making a difference as seen in her professional history which includes managing corporate facilities, financial leadership for an adoption and foster care program, and project management for a development center supporting the University of Arizona. Le is a public speaker, traveler, landscape photographer, and provides alumni support to Thunderbird School of Global Management where she earned an MBA in International Management in 2004.
Newsletter Editor / BLTT Assistant
Chelsea handles writing assignments and outreach for ARPF, including the Brain Longevity Therapy Training. She organizes the quarterly newsletter and sends updates to ARPF followers. Chelsea works under the CEO to help with a wide array of projects that pop up. From translating research results in a way that is not overly technical (summaries vs. statistics and trial data) to cataloging feedback from Kirtan Kriya participants for the annual report.
Chelsea is big advocate of living a healthy life via the 4 Pillars. She is currently working on her yoga and meditation practice. Chelsea also enjoys hiking with her dog Margo, traveling as much as possible, reading, and eating lots of veggies.