Camp Resilient Ambassadors

Many members of Camp Resilient are available for guest speaking in North Carolina, Texas, and the DC area. To contact them for speaking engagements or appearances please contact us at

Mrs. Keeli Anderson– Military spouse Fort Bragg NC

Staff Sergeant Gabriel FanelliActive-duty father, mountain ultrarunner, photographer and lover of nature

Marcie Eiserman – Military child, Special Forces spouse, Army mom, Veteran advocate Moore County NC

Major General (retired) William Roy – Husband, Father, Afghanistan Veteran, and Veteran’s advocate

Tony Barnes – Husband, Father, Musician, Realtor, and Military community supporter Moore County NC

Mrs Brittney Harp – Military Spouse, Military Mom, Volunteer and Educator. Family Readiness Group Leader and Resilience Trainer Assistant course graduate

Ambassador Roya Rahmani is a career Diplomat and military community supporter, she is the first Woman Ambassador to the United States from Afghanistan

Timothy Torres, Chief Warrant Officer 2, U.S. Army: Currently studying for a Master’s, International Business and Policy, Georgetown University

Abdul Rahman Rahmani is a former Afghan Special Mission Wing Pilot and Afghan National Security Council staff member and policy writer. He is the author of Afghanistan: A Collection of Stories. Colonel Rahmani is an Expeditionary Warfare School graduate from Marine Corps University and is currently attending the Eisenhower School, National Defense University in Washington DC where he is pursuing his master’s degree in National Security and Resource Strategy. His U.S. bylines include CNN, Military Times, The Strategy Bridge, Small Wars Journal, Defense Once, and ClearanceJobs News.

Matt Tardio was born in Oregon and joined the army out of high school. He began his career as an infantryman, and graduated from Ranger School before attending Special Forces Selection.
After completing special forces training Matt was assigned to Ted the special forces group. There Matt graduated from the special forces sniper course, and became a cell leader for an Operational Detachment Alpha. 
During his career Matt was deployed multiple times  including several to Afghanistan, to Iraq. East Africa and the Ukraine.
After the military, Matt became a Police Officer in the State of Colorado, Matt left law enforcement and opened his own training company.
Matt has been featured on several podcasts speaking out for those with PTSD and their family members. Matt is passionate about helping veterans and their families.