The Board Members:
Det. John Baeza (ret.)
Baeza served the New York City Police Department for over 20 years, including three years with the elite Manhattan North Narcotics Major Case Unit as an undercover officer and investigator. He also served the Manhattan Special Victims Squad where he was involved in the investigation of thousands of felony crimes.
As a retired Law Enforcement Officer Baeza uniquely understands the significance of the limitations the Constitution places on government. He believes that everyone should be aware of those protections and restraints.
Mark Cross EA
Cross is an Enrolled Agent, licensed by the US Treasury Department. For over 25 years he has represented taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service and provided tax services, along with business consulting and problem resolution for individuals and businesses all over the world and all walks of life.
His specialties include small business, non profits, campaign finance, and international tax issues.
As an income tax professional, Mark understands the importance of our Constitutional protections when dealing with government agencies. When working with international tax issues, Cross discovered that naturalized citizens know more about our Constitution than most of our students. He believes our students should be more aware of the Constitution’s protections.
Stephen L Curtis MD
Dr. Stephen L Curtis, MD, is board certified in Psychiatry. He attended and graduated with honors from University Of Kansas School Of Medicine in 1992, having 23 years of experience. He affiliates with many hospitals in Florida.
As a doctor, Curtis believes that the ideals embodied in the Constitution are central to each individual’s journey towards greater health and self actualization. The brilliance of the Founders’ vision continues to excite and inspire him in his personal and professional quest to help others achieve those goals.