Meet our Consultants
Ph.D., MBA, MLA, MPH, RN -
Dr. Gamache is a research and development
specialist for health services organizations, federal agencies, and national
quality improvement boards. In his current capacity as the President of the
Turnaround Achievement Network, he is a designer and evaluator of system of
care initiatives including substance abuse, homeless, suicide prevention,
juvenile justice/criminal justice, primary health care, family reunification, vocational
rehabilitation, and HIV/AIDS outreach, testing, and treatment programs.
is also a member of the SAMHSA national
workgroup to address the needs of children and youth who are lesbian, gay,
bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, or two-spirit (LGBTQI2-S) and
their families, a panelist of the National Network to Eliminate Disparities -
Transition to Independence Learning Cluster, a member of the National
Evaluation of the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children
and Their Families Program, and an advisory board member for the American
Institutes for Research.
Daryle Conquering Bear
Daryle Conquering Bear, is from Colorado by way of Oglala, South Dakota. He is a proud member of the Oglala Lakota
tribe. He has experienced over 7 years in the Colorado foster care system and
aged at 18 years old. Daryle has struggled with the challenges of culture and
identity loss. Now having overcame those struggles he helps the Indian Country
by being a youth voice on panels and round table discussions. Daryle serves as
an advisory council member and consultant for the National Resource Center for Tribes.
Daryle started his advocacy work with FosterClub, as an All Star intern.
Through the internship he developed a passion for helping youth in care and has
continued to do so throughout the years. Other highlights from his advocacy
career include; holding a youth consultant position for National Resource
Center for Youth Development, testifying before congress
on behalf of his Native American tribe (Title 4 E) while raising awareness to Native American Issues, serving as a
member of the Colorado Youth Leadership Board and mentoring for the Colorado Youth Program.
Daryle is finishing a degree in human
performance and sports through Northeastern Junior College while working as a
student assistant coach for the Men’s Basketball team. His ultimate goal help his Indian
Country become successful, venture off the reservation and help other natives give
back to the community.
His mantra is, “The YOUTH OF TODAY ARE THE
GENERATION that we need to help because they are the FUTURE”