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We’re a hardworking team with years of diverse professional experiences spanning a wide range of disciplines. Our passion for helping our clients is what unites us. We can't wait to work with you.

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    Ali Thompson

    Chief Development and Training Officer

    Ali Thompson is a dynamic national speaker presenting continuing education training on numerous topics including Communicating with People with Disabilities, Elder Abuse Investigation, Domestic Violence Investigation, Investigating Homicides, Abuse, and Neglect in Facility Settings, Child Abuse, and Interviewing Techniques. In 2019, Colorado Governor Jared Polis appointed Thompson to the Colorado Developmental Disabilities Council. She also serves as the chairperson of the CDDC Legislative and Public Policy Committee.

    Since 1996, Thompson has been serving in the field of Law Enforcement after graduating with a degree in Criminology from Florida State University. She has experience working as a dispatcher/ 911 operator, a probation officer, patrol officer, and a detective investigating both property crimes and crimes against persons. In 2013, Thompson became a Criminal Investigator with the State of Colorado and worked for several years with the Department of Labor and Employment before moving to the Colorado Attorney General’s Office where she investigates allegations of abuse and neglect of patients in facilities, with an emphasis on cases involving individuals who are at-risk.

    Thompson has personal experience in dealing with people with disabilities as she is the proud mother of a brilliant son diagnosed with level one autism (Asperger’s Syndrome) and a daughter with a neurological malformation called polymicrogyria which includes diagnoses of epilepsy, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and who is considered “non-verbal” using the help of sign language to communicate.

    Thompson has a strong passion for serving others. That heart and passion was the starting place for her launching Pulse Line Collaborative Training (PLCT). With Thompson’s deep professional and personal understanding of the issues involved in these areas, PLCT offers more in-depth knowledge and instructional training. She vigorously fights for justice and stands up as an advocate for people living with disabilities being the voice for the voiceless and vulnerable in today’s culture.

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    Jess Stainbrook

    Chief Media and Marketing Officer

    Jess has an extensive background in strategic planning, non-profit management and brand marketing. As a media expert, Jess has served as a consultant with first responder and law enforcement agencies, guiding them through hands-on media scenarios in tactical situations. Jess has produced and directed various media for training law enforcement such as the Tactical Handgun Qualification Course for the Colorado Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST).

    As a graduate of Temple University specializing in communication and law, Jess has his Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and is passionate about creating cutting edge training and certification programs serving a wide variety of clientele including corporate, non-profit, government and education agencies.

    Stainbrook led media and training efforts assisting and creating resources with Governor John Hickenlooper and Mayor Michael Hancock through the City and County of Denver for both the Denver Road Home Program and the Family and Senior Homeless Initiative managed through the Denver Rescue Mission.

    Stainbrook is currently leading legislative efforts for house bills in Colorado, Utah, New York, Pennsylvania and Alabama supporting people living with disabilities as part of his work as the Executive Director of the Invisible Disabilities® Association. Alaska was the first state to pass the legislation approving the use of designated symbols on government IDs for voluntary disclosure of disabilities to allow for better interactions with law enforcement and other emergency first responders.

    Stainbrook speaks regularly at universities, government agencies and corporations advocating for people living with invisible disabilities. He also serves as a communication professor teaching visual storytelling, visual culture, graphic design and digital media at Colorado Christian University.

    Jess Stainbrook is known for building successful media companies, producing innovative media programming and leading strategic non-profit growth and outreach initiatives. In the broadcast television field, Jess has received 8 Emmy Awards and 29 nominations. His clients include MTV, ESPN, PBS, Discovery Channel, A&E and many others. Jess has produced and directed major sports programming at events such as the Olympics, World Cup Skiing, Formula 1 Grand Prix, NASCAR, and live broadcast events at the NFL Super Bowl.

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