President - Chelsea Davenport

Chelsea started working several years ago building a program to help first responders and their families. She created Peak 1 Wellness to provide better options and support for preventative solutions to the many issues they face throughout their careers. Prior to starting Peak 1, she worked in the medical field for 8 years, 4 of those years being in the lab industry. Here is where her knowledge and experience was gained to help promote change in the first responder industry. She was compelled to start this foundation after witnessing the different barriers that keep first responders from getting the help they need. Having family members that are first responders helps to fuel her passion to make a difference in the lives of those that risk their lives to protect us.

Vice President - Major Sherea Green

Major Green’s law enforcement career began in 1993 at South Florida Reception Center, Florida Department of Corrections as a Classification Transfer Clerk. In 1995, she went on to become a Correctional Officer and in 1997 transferred to the Broward Sheriff’s Office as a Detention Deputy. As a deputy, she worked at the Main Jail Bureau and North Broward Bureau in the Law Library, disciplinary confinement, the Infirmary, and with mentally challenged inmates.  In 2005, she was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and then to Lieutenant in 2011. In February of 2017, she was promoted to the rank of Captain and was assigned to the Main Jail Bureau. In December 2019, there was another step up the career ladder with a promotion to the rank of Major with the Broward Sheriff's Office. She now serves as Assistant Director of South Operations. This is inclusive of the Main Jail Bureau, Court Security, Central Intake Bureau, and the Juvenile Assessment Center. 

Her belief is that, “A true leader should showcase the team’s efforts, but stand in the shadows during the victory!” Therefore in March 2015, the basis of her philosophical stance was recognized by Barry University during Women in Leadership Week – “Honoring Women that Serve in the Community”. She was also acknowledged by State Representative Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed District 92 on August 30, 2015 as a Pacesetter for Women in Law Enforcement.

She has come on board with Healthy Hire Healthy Retire to get more involved with the mental health crisis affecting so many first responders and their families and hopes to make a big impact in with this her local community.

Executive Director - Seeking Qualified Candidate
Director of Family Support - Audrey Benassi

Audrey Benassi is the spouse of a Hollywood firefighter. She works as a realtor and makes sure to give back to first responder families when purchasing their homes. She not only has a passion for real estate, she loves to dedicate her time and energy to causes that touch her heart. First responders are her heroes and because of this she is a board member of Healthy Hire Healthy Retire. She also heads works with our H.E.A.R.R.T.S. division which supports first responders' families. 


She has organized and arranged several fundraisers for first responders over the past 4 years raising over $98,000. One of Audrey's other passions is helping furry friends and has been an animal rescue transporter for over 3 years and saved the lives of over 74 dogs and cats.  

Director of Dispatch- Jen Leininger

Jen has been a dispatcher for almost two decades in the Cincinnati, Ohio area. In that time she has trained the next generation of dispatchers, served on the dive team, become CISM certified and also helped form the peer support group at her center. Jen has felt the effects of first responder mental health as she lost her husband; a firefighter/paramedic/Lieutenant, in 2017 to suicide. Since then she has been on her own path to better mental health. During her journey she found a passion in reaching out to help others and has started public speaking in hopes of making a difference and breaking the stigma and culture of mental health with first responders. 

Director of Law Enforcement- Jeremy Campbell

Jeremy Campbell began his career in Law enforcement in 2007 with the Riviera Beach Police Department (South Florida) as a Police Officer.  While there, Jeremy served as a Tactical Agent, Property and Homicide Detective as well as a Special Deputy Marshal with the United States Marshals Service Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force.    

In 2014, Jeremy left the Riviera Beach Police Department to serve with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO) as a Deputy Sheriff.  During his tenure with PBSO, Jeremy has served in the Road Patrol Division, Street Crimes Unit and is currently assigned to the Detective Bureau where he investigates crimes against persons and property. Jeremy was awarded Deputy of the Year in 2016 and Detective of the Year in 2019.  At PBSO, Jeremy serves on the “No Shave November” Committee where over the past three years they have raised over $300,000 for local non-profit organizations that help children in the community.   

Jeremy is an Instructor at the Palm Beach State College Criminal Justice Academy where he teaches the Basic Law Enforcement and Crossover Police Academy Recruits.     

Jeremy is certified with the Palm Beach County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT), is a member of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, International Association of Auto Theft Investigators and serves on the Board of Directors for the Florida Auto Theft Intelligence Unit.  

Jeremy is passionate about serving the community and helping all of those in need.