Ted Streuli has been involved with Oklahoma’s non-profit sector since his arrival in 2004. He has served on numerous non-profit boards including Harding Fine Arts Academy, Creative Oklahoma, and Possibilities Inc. and has worked with the YWCA. He presently serves on the board of Leadership Oklahoma and is the vice president of the CampFire Heart of Oklahoma/Camp DaKaNi board.
Streuli founded the Colby Foundation in 2013 to promote awareness of mental illness, winning the Dr. Murali Krishna award for eliminating stigma as well as the national Voice Award from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. He has also won ethics awards from the Public Relations Society of America’s local chapter and the Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium as well as numerous journalism awards.
Following a 30-year newspaper career, Streuli became the president and executive director of Peaceful Family Solutions in 2018.
Shenita is the Administrative Assistant for Peaceful Family Solutions – Her faith in the Lord is her number one attribute! She is active in community and leading women in recovery. She is active in her church as a church servant and praise and worship leader. Shenita is working toward her Associates Degree in Applied Science in Accounting. She is on track to graduate in the fall of 2018. She has mostly Bookkeeping and Accounting background as well as administrative functions within a company or organization.
Shenita is a single mother of three daughters and works hard to give them a good example of what to follow as a God Loving Human Being. Shenita facilitates the accounting/bookkeeping, co-facilitates programs, community outreach, networking, assistant to the Executive Director and all other duties as needed. God gives her the ability to love the children who come through our program in a very special way. Her passion is the children! In addition, Shenita and two of her children are graduates of the PFS Children’s Program. Her 17-year-old daughter, Faith, assists with the children at all Reunion Groups and has volunteered numerous times for the 4-day program.
Brock’s life in the helping field began in 2006, when he enlisted to serve our country in the Army. He served 5 years and was honorably discharged. Like many soldiers returning home, he faced challenges during the first 4 years following his discharge from the armed forces. In 2015, he turned things around and begin the next phase of service to our community. Since then, he has been in school seeking a degree in social work. He is near the end of his bachelor’s degree at East Central University and he plans on attending the University of Oklahoma to obtain a Master’s Degree in Social Work. He plans to become a licensed clinical social worker and to provide treatment for those afflicted by mental illness and substance abuse.
His experience in the military and growing up in a family where addiction was present has enabled him to practice assertive communication with the children while maintaining an appropriate amount of empathy. Brock demonstrates excellent empathy skills and commands firm respect with the children and families served at PFS.