Nonprofit Board of Directors

Non-Profit Board of Directors

Dr. Christina Ledbetter
Dr. Ledbetter is a clinical neuroscientist and researcher with a PhD in pharmacology, toxicology, and neuroscience. She specializes in functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and surgical brain mapping. She is a research fellow at LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, LA where she heads neuroimaging research on neurological and psychological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy. She has published multiple studies on LearningRx cognitive training outcomes in medical journals and has presented her findings at conferences around the country.

Dr. Stacy Studstill
Dr. Studstill is an Associate Professor of computer science, a cyber security expert, and a quantum cryptologist with a doctorate in computer science.  A graduate of the United States Military Academy at Westpoint, he has a distinguished career history as both a military officer and civilian contractor for military computer security.

Jennifer Johns, MS

Ms. Johns is a Teaching & Learning Coach (TLC) in Colorado Springs School District 11 and supports teachers in utilizing best instructional practices and analyzing student data, facilitates professional development, manages state and local assessments, and oversees the school-wide Response to Intervention (RtI) program. She has worked in the field of Education for over 10 years as an Early Childhood Program Director, Classroom Teacher, and Adjunct Professor for the Colorado Community College System. Jennifer holds a master’s degree in Education specializing in Early Childhood.

Dean Tenpas, MS
Mr. Tenpas is the Chief Operations Officer at LearningRx World Headquarters in Colorado Springs, the cognitive training corporation founded by his father-in-law, Dr. Ken Gibson. Mr. Tenpas is responsible for finance, human resources, technology, and operations departments. With a master’s degree in counseling, Mr. Tenpas also co-created many of the cognitive training programs and assessments used by clinicians and centers in the United States and around the world.

Eliza Love, MS
Ms. Love is a Colorado Department of Education Level VI Early Childhood Education Specialist, and a licensed K-12 Elementary teacher, with an endorsement in Gifted Education and holds a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She penned an early childhood education book called, Will a Horse Eat a Hamburger? and runs a web-based company called, Critical Thinking Kids, LLC. Ms. Love is presently a Director of an early learning center and an Early Childhood Education Doctoral candidate.

Jeffrey Moore
Mr. Moore is a retired Air Force Colonel with expertise in leadership, quality assurance, systems and regulatory compliance, investigations, human resources management, and safety. He has served as the intervention coordinator for cognitive training research on traumatic brain injury and early Alzheimer’s disease. A graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, Mr. Moore is currently pursuing a second career in nursing.