Current Board Members – The Rhythmic Arts Project 

Dr. Chris Landon, M.D., President

Chris serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Practice and Pediatrics, University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Landon served as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Southern California. He has pioneered device development in the area of pediatric pulmonary medicine. He serves as Director of Pediatrics at Ventura County Medical Center. He established a CCS certified Level II Intensive Care Nursery and Perinatal Unit at Sequoia District Hospital and a comprehensive program of inpatient and outpatient medical homes for children in Ventura County. Additionally, he established a program of nutritional research in cystic fibrosis at Children’s Hospital at Stanford, including a micro sample lab for fat-soluble vitamins and gas chromatography lab for essential fatty acids. Dr. Landon serves as an Executive Director of the Landon Research Institute in California. He serves as a Director of Pediatric Diagnostic Center (Ventura, Calif.) and Director of Mandalay Bay Children’s Center (Oxnard, Calif.). He serves as a Member of Scientific Advisory Board of VivoMetrics, Inc. He serves as a Member of Medical Advisory Board at Ritter Pharmaceuticals, Inc. He has served on a variety of medical and scientific advisory boards including the Pediatric Advisory Committee, the American Medical Association, the American Federation of Clinical Research and the California Medical Association. He is a Pediatric Pulmonologist. Dr. Landon received his medical degree from the University of Southern California and completed his fellowship at Stanford University.

Richard Jensen, Treasurer

Retired Financial Services executive. Sales management, line management with p&l responsibility. Worked for CIGNA, Penn Mutual, Pan American Life & ING ( VOYA). 

Active in Hope Lutheran Church, The Lakes Country Club. 

A graduate of the U of Minnesota (Political Science & Economics), Grad courses at Marquette University and the Wharton School.  
Married, 2 kids, 4 grand kids. 

 

Arnold S. Jaffe (Arno), Secretary

A Santa Barbara resident since 1977 he is an attorney/mediator, specializing in immigration law, spent 22 years in the food industry with New York Bagel Factory and Paradisio Sorbet, is the father of two sons Joss and Bowie, and an avid practitioner of being in the now.

 

Carolina Ulloa, Vice President 

Carolina is the principal teacher at “IMAGINE” an exceptional preschool in Quito, Ecuador where the TRAP program is based and where TRAP training is available.

“We are an English language-based international learning community that values diversity, embraces a culture of collaboration, innovation, and excellence, and inspires empathetic and ethical student leaders.”