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Hatfield & Lanford

Dave Hatfield, D.M.

Dr. Dave Hatfield spent over 21 years in the U.S. Army and retired as a command sergeant major (designee). He then spent 17 years in leadership positions at the National Security Agency, concentrating on cryptography, information assurance and security.

From 2000 to 2008, Dave started experiencing a variety of physical and neurologic symptoms that forced him to retire on disability in 2010. The conclusion was that Dave suffered from Gulf War Illnesses (GWI).

Dave now teaches university courses online and owns a small business that focuses on organizational leadership and development, education and security consulting. His research on GWI led him to our organization. He works with a variety of veteran’s groups, the Veterans Administration and the Department of Defense to direct research into treatments and biomarkers to diagnose GWI. Dave is on the Board of Directors.


Last update: July 15, 2014
Sandi Lanford

Sandi Lanford led the successful patient and advocacy nonprofit organization Lifelyme in Florida. She created a successful Florida medical conference that greatly enhanced local physician knowledge of neuro-endocrine-immune diseases.

Sandi wants to help with fund raising and connections with other Lyme disease organizations and medical professionals. Sandi's interest came from her own experience with Lyme and other infections. Sandi is on the
Board of Directors.

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