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Elizabeth Shatner

Elizabeth Shatner - Born with a love of horses, Elizabeth began riding at the age of five. At the tender age of eight, she got her first horse, a Galiceno pony. By 14, she was teaching horseback riding and participating in young judging competitions with the Indiana Arabian Club, winning several national honors and a scholarship. As a part of the scholarship, she was able to attend a USEF judging clinic. It was during her time as a youth judge that she began to appreciate the power of the horse and its role in both society and nature. She attended Purdue University studying equine and animal science and Butler University in Telecommunications. Elizabeth went on to dedicate her life to the Horse, eventually holding nine judging cards, being a professional light breed trainer for 25 years, and a Saddleseat instructor for 30.
In 2000, Elizabeth became non-pro, and her version of “retirement” has been to go on to win multiple World Championship titles with the likes of All Glory, The Full Monty, Boston Legal, and So Photogenic – both under saddle and to bike. Simultaneously, she has developed a name for herself in the art world, combining high-end photography and digital painting with her own art company, “Elizabeth Shatner’s Art by Nature”.  Her pieces focus on the healing power of nature’s forms, and the spirit of the Horse and those who love it. 
Elizabeth’s latest endeavor, however, is closest to her heart – for it combines her love of animals, and her desire to bring healing to others, with one of the greatest causes an American can support. In 2010, she founded The All Glory Project  - a non-profit to promote, foster and support programs that utilize animal-assisted therapies in aiding military veterans and their families.  The Project also recognizes our four-legged friends that have served humankind so bravely over the centuries, "We are a non-profit campaign of consciousness to thank our wounded heroes, human and animal alike,” says Mrs. Shatner. Equine- and canine-assisted therapy is among the most powerful and enduring methods of healing what ails us, and Elizabeth hopes you’ll help her make it more available to those who have sacrificed.  


Douglas High

Douglas High - Doug is a 1992 graduate of Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio where he received a B.A. in History. He also serves as a Lieutenant Commander / Public Affairs Officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve, having requested a direct commission following 9/11/01. Lieutenant Commander High is assigned to the Sixth Fleet Public Affairs office in Naples, Italy, headquarters for the US Navy presence in Europe and Africa.  His annual 2 week tours of duty have taken him around the world, from Bahrain to Japan to the UK, Greece, Spain, Diego Garcia and numerous missions up and down the east and west coast of the African continent. Highlights have included working on the CBS TV series JAG, media escort and spokesperson for the 55th Presidential Inauguration parade, spokesperson for the US Naval Academy Induction Day services in 2004 and media escort for the USS Ronald Reagan Home porting in San Diego that same year.

A nearly 20 year veteran of the broadcasting / video production industry, Doug has worked for the Disney / ABC owned and operated station in Toledo, Ohio, WTVG-TV as well as served as a weathercaster / co-anchor and feature reporter at WNWO-TV NBC 24 in Toledo. He began his broadcast career in Ashland, Ohio at community station TV-59 and WNCO radio, in 1993.

In 2000, Doug moved to Lexington and co-anchored a weekly magazine program "Uniquely Bluegrass" for WKYT-TV. Since then, he has worked in Central Kentucky’s video production industry as a studio manager and as an award winning documentary film producer / director, with numerous film credits on KET/PBS. From 2002 through 2008, High served as General Manager/Executive Producer of Post Time Productions, one of Central Kentucky’s largest High Definition video production studios, specializing in broadcast, corporate and documentary video production. Doug was an associate producer of the film “Nick Nolte: No Exit” that was screened at the Cannes Film Festival marketplace in 2008. He is a partner at "Witnessing History LLC" producing documentaries with noted historian Kent Masterson Brown.

Doug High joined the ABC 36 family as weekend news anchor in 2009 and is now co-anchor of "Good Morning Kentucky" weekday mornings.

In 2010, Doug was appointed to the Board of Governors for the regional chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Board of Advisors


Alston Kerr

Alston Kerr - Alston M. Kerr currently serves as the Chairperson of the Kentucky Horse Park Commission. She has been an active volunteer at the Kentucky Horse Park for the past 30 years serving as the Chairperson of the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation. She is past president of Equestrian Events, Inc. which hosts the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event each spring at the park. She is an active equine advocate for many horse organizations, an owner, rider and horse lover.

Douwe Blumberg

Douwe Blumberg - Recent significant projects include the Las Vegas Veterans Memorial (a three year project comprising eighteen large figures), the “Americas' Response” Special Operations Monument placed by Ground Zero in NYC (and The All Glory Project's unofficial mascot, seen on the side-banners of our webpage), a 17 foot tall flock of birds for the Comair Flight 5191 memorial in Lexington, KY, a life-size herd of wild horses for the city of Aurora, CO, a large outdoor musical piece for the performing arts center in Lebanon, KY, the new entryway monument for the Vance Brand Airport in Longmont, CO and three pieces for the royal residence in Dubai. Douwe has completed well over 200 private and public commissions and has numerous awards, residencies and shows to his credit.

Born in Los Angeles of two amateur artists, he also spent some formative years in Europe being exposed to western artistic traditions. Later he attended the University of Southern California's prestigious Idyllwild School of the Arts and Music.

Upon graduation however, he did not immediately pursue a career in the arts. Rather, he became a professional horse trainer, a career he pursued for 18 years. Eventually however, he began sculpting again.  As demand for his work grew, he was forced to choose between the two careers and his lifelong passion for sculpting won out. In 2000, he relocated to Kentucky where he built a studio and home north of Lexington.

Misdee Wrigley-Miller

Misdee Wrigley-Miller - As a fourth generation horsewoman, Misdee Wrigley- Miller knew she would always be involved with horses. Today, she is active in the combined driving and coaching divisions and competes in American Saddlebred shows in Three-Gaited, Five-Gaited, Fine Harness and Roadster classes. Her commitment to the American Saddlebred and to the horse world as a whole keeps her among the leaders in the industry. Her service ranges from serving as vice president of the ASHA Board of Directors to the presidency of the World Coaching Club, representing the American Saddlebred Association on the Board of the Kentucky Equine Education Project, and serving as Trustee of the United States Equestrian Team Foundation.

Bret Day

Bret Day
- Currently the President of the United Professional Horsemen's Association (UPHA), Bret C. Day also owns and operates Grey Ridge Farm, a successful training and breeding operation in the heart of the bluegrass, Versailles, KY. He is a United States Equestrian Federation "R" judge and has officiated major horse shows across the country. He has served on the Nominating Committee for the Board of Directors of the American Saddlebred Registry and currently serves on the Breeders Committee for the American Saddlebred Registry. He is a member of the Kentucky State Fair Horse Show Advisory Board. Bret served as the UPHA Chapter Chairman for Chapter 16 from 1996-1997, UPHA Chapter Chairman for Chapter 9 from 2004-2006.

Tommie Turvey

Tommie Turvey
, son of a Vietnam veteran, is a second-generation, life-long, hands-on horseman, stuntman and multibreed trainer. He trains horses for his own live shows, movies, and clients. He travels the world performing in front of hundreds of thousands of people each year with his unique style of horsemanship. Tommie performs his signature acts to sold out crowds at hundreds of the biggest shows in North America, and is the most memorable and requested equine act in the business. As a stuntman and movie horse trainer he is a member of SAG and is versatile in all types of physical stunts and animal acting. He is a national clinician who travels the US teaching his proven techniques at horse expos and clinics. Tommie helps teach people how to create a special partnership with their horses with real world exercises and training programs. He inspires people of all ages to do more and be more with their horses.  As an owner of over 20 horses from Paints, Pintos, Quarter Horses, Haflingers, Trakehner, Rocky Mountain Horses, an American Cream Draft, and Mustangs, Tommie enjoys working with them all. He has dedicated his life to bringing the power and beauty of the horse to the forefront.

Arthur S. DeGroat

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Art De Groat is the Director of Military Affairs at Kansas State University, located in Manhattan, Kansas. In this capacity he supports all University military programs, directs military community relations and develops new partnerships and relationships with the local, regional and national military. Prior to this assignment he served for an unprecedented 6 years as Kansas State’s Professor of Military Science and Head of the Military Science Department and Army ROTC program where he led the program to the top performance ranking in the Nation and was selected as runner-up for the best Professor of Military Science in the country .

Lieutenant Colonel De Groat had served 22 years on active duty as an Armor Officer in the United States and abroad in support of the Cold War, Major Regional Contingency Operations in Southwest Asia and the Global War on Terrorism earning him a Legion of Merit award.  Highlighting his military career was his command of an Abrams tank company in combat during Operation Desert Shield and Storm earning him a Bronze Star Medal and the Valorous Unit Award for the liberation of Kuwait.  He had served in a myriad of diverse assignments including combat trainer, doctrine writer, warfighting concept developer, and operations officer for large, mechanized units.  He had published an innovative special textbook on modern warfighting techniques employing digital command and control systems, as well as numerous articles in profession journals. Additionally, he had served on strategic “think tank” groups for two former Army Chiefs’ of Staff; was an operational “wargamer” for the Secretary of Defense’s Revolution in Military Affairs program; as well as serving as Special Assistant to the Army’s Chief of Armor and Cavalry for over two years.

His formal education includes a Master’s Degree in Adult and Continuing Education from Kansas State University where he was selected as the Distinguished Graduate Student of the College of Education; A Masters of Military Arts and Science Degree from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Seton Hall University where he was designated a Distinguished Military Student. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership at Kansas State University with research emphasis of educating Post 9-11 era veterans.

Additionally, He serves in leadership positions within Association of the United States Army, the Military Officers Association of America, Military Order of World Wars, Rotary International, and 4 other regional military service organizations.  He serves as board member on the Kansas State University Institute for Health & Security of Military Families, Flint Hills Discovery Center Foundation, and is Chief Operating Officer of the National “We the People” civics education project.  He is a member of National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Honor; recipient of the Bronze Medallion of the Fraternal Order of Saint George and the 2010 Association of the United States Army LTG Robert Forman Award for Distinguished Service; and a Fort Riley Distinguished Trooper. He consults professionally as principal with Invictus Consulting LLC to assist executives create innovative solutions, create value and help bring institutional vision into operation.

He resides in Manhattan, Kansas.

William C. Hughes

A 40-year veteran of horse judging, training and breeding, Mr. Hughes has also served in a wide variety of leadership capacities in the equine industry. He roles have included President of the International Arabian Horse Association, Treasurer of the USEF, Director of Equine Science at California State Polytech University, and equine appraiser for the IRS and Justice Department.  The author of numerous books and articles, Mr. Hughes has been a professor in Cal State Polytech's Food Marketing and Agribusiness Deprtment since 1967.


Officers AND STAFF

Liza Holland - Secretary

Liza Holland
is the President of Holland Management Services, Inc. She has served as Executive Director of The American Youth Horse Council and The Kentucky Horse Council. Currently, Holland Management offers a variety of services, including freelance writing, voice over, event management, project management, and consulting. Clients include The Blood Horse, The Horse, Reeves International, United Way of the Bluegrass, Pfizer Animal Health, and American Association of Equine Practitioners. She is the President of the 16th District PTA and has been appointed by the Governor to the School Curriculum, Assessment and Accountability Council.

Victor Meschures - Treasurer

Victor Meschures, C.P.A.
Meschures, Thompson, Snyder, Pocras, & Levin PC
8383 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 500
Beverly Hills, CA 90211-2404

Karl Gustav Lindstrom -  Mental Health and Therapuetic Programming Consultant, COO

Karl G. Lindstrom 

With nearly two decades of client-facing mental health and therapeutics research, project-creation and project-management experience in a wide variety of venues, Karl's focus has been to bring the passions and visions of others into concrete reality. His ten-year tenure as a genetic engineer and senior manager for several University of Kentucky projects culminated in his co-designing, building, and founding management of the university's cutting-edge genetics initiative, the Advanced Genetics Technologies Center. Beyond his technical and managerial duties, Karl was often enrolled as resident liaison, explaining the role and function of the project to interested parties. This was a natural segue to his next career as an Elite Instructor and Trainer for Kaplan Inc. In both live classroom and online environments, Karl spent the next seven years coaching a wide variety of hopeful youths and pre-professionals in the mastery of Medical School, Law School and college entrance exams, as well as training upcoming teachers. This evolved into a teacher-training and coaching position Bourbon Co. High School.

Having grown up with a father in the Army Reserves, and raising a little brother with special needs, Karl soon realized that he could combine his operations and coaching through the development of The All Glory Project with Elizabeth. Karl is especially honored to have the opportunity to heal our Heroes through The All Glory Project.

Currently, Karl also serves as Manager of Elizabeth Shatner's Art by Nature LLC.


The TAGP Team




Fmr. Lt. Sherrie Long, U.S. Navy 

June Long - Blue Star Mother

Lee Ann Smith - Gold Star Mother



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