Jose G. Laguna | President
Jose has worked as a Recreation Therapist at VA’s Spinal Cord Injury Center for 26 years. Developed many of the San Antonio VA adaptive sports programs.
Armando Ayala | Vice President
John Sanchez | Secretary
Dee Muth | TreasurerDee was born on 16 September 1961 in Austin, TX. Graduated from A.N. McCallum High School in 1980. Attended Texas State for one year before marrying Barry Muth on 25 September 1982. Dee earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education form the University of Louisville in 1988. She has 3 children and 2 grand children. She traveled the U.S. as a military spouse from 1982-1999. Her family moved to San Antonio in 2000 after her husband Barry was paralyzed in an automobile accident in Saudi Arabia in April of 1999. Dee is familiar with the PVA, NVWG and many adaptive sports. She supported her husband Barry in all of these activities until his death in 2017. She has also been a supporter of Special Olympics as the parent of an athlete and also as a coach. Dee feels very passionate about giving all people the opportunity to compete in sporting activities no matter their physical or intellectual abilities.
Pete Carrion | Community Outreach Coordinator
Marco De La Rosa | Board Member
Larry Hughes | Board Member
Dr. Mark Fredrickson | Board Member
Dr. Mark Fredrickson is a practicing physician and currently Medical Director at Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital. He has served on the clinical faculty at the Long School of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center and the McGovern School of Medicine at the University of Texas at Houston. He is board certified in both Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord Injury Medicine. Dr. Fredrickson has a keen interest in adaptive sport, both personally and professionally. A tetraplegic after a spinal cord injury at age 17 he has been an enthusiastic advocate for adaptive sport since. He developed the medical plan for two people with spinal cord injuries who participated in the "Trek to Everest ' 03" - an expedition of athletes of various abilities intent on trekking to Mount Everest in 2003. He has spent two terms on the Board of Directors for the Dive Pirates Foundation - a group that teaches adaptive SCUBA diving and facilitates diving opportunities to athletes with disabilities. He has participated in early research into theromoregulation in athletes with spinal cord injuries.
Tinyada Robinson | Executive Director