Herschel Walker

Herschel Walker is the founder, president and Chief Executive Officer of H. Walker Enterprises, LLC, and Renaissance Man Food Services, LLC. RMFS is a certified minority business enterprise that supplies poultry, pork and bakery products to the food service and retail marketplace under such brands as Herschel’s Famous 34® and Herschel’s Mama’s Cookin.®

RMFS respects its roots and is dedicated to helping others who are less fortunate. That is why a percentage of the company’s profits are given to various charitable organizations serving people in need, including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Special Olympics, PE for Life programs, Boy Scouts of America and others. In additional to financial gifts, Walker formed and leads the Herschel’s Famous 34 bike team specifically to support the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Walker’s collegiate football career is legendary. As a freshman at the University of Georgia, Walker’s performance helped capture the 1980 national football title. He earned consensus All-American honors three consecutive years, set numerous NCAA and SEC records and capped a sensational college career by winning the Heisman Trophy in 1982. Walker went on to play 12 seasons in the NFL and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1999.

Eboni Webb

Eboni Webb, PsyD, HSP

Eboni Webb, PsyD, HSP, earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology (MSPP). She began her clinical work as assistant clinical director and program director at Mental Health Systems (MHS), one of the largest providers of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in the United States. At MHS, Dr. Webb developed two specialized DBT treatment programs for clients with developmental disabilities and borderline-intellectual functioning.

Dr. Webb is a highly rated international trainer in DBT, and she serves as an advisor to the Dialectical Behavior Therapy National Certification and Accreditation Association (DBTNCAA). In 2010, Dr. Webb opened a private practice in Middle Tennessee. Now called The Village of Kairos, this practice offers diverse DBT specializations, including DBT for trauma-based disorders and co-occurring disorders.


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