Who We Are
Our Mission and Vision Statements
Meet our founders
Mr Billy Jack Barrett
Mrs Jeanne Springer
Mrs. Jeanne Springer is a military spouse who served on the US Air Force Academy Equestrian Center staff for 20 years. Mrs. Springer holds a Bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences and trained as a Stephen’s Minister and Leader. Mrs. Springer incorporated elements from the OK Corral Series, Horse Boy Method, and HeartMath® to create the Remount Foundation’s unique, life-saving approach to equine-assisted learning for trauma survivors. Jeanne has more than two decades of experience in equine-assisted therapeutic practice, helping others find the path to hope and healing. The Remount Foundation alumni view Jeanne as an angel on earth with a heart of pure gold and compassion.
Our Board of Directors
Dr. David Andrews
Purple Heart Recipient
Dr. Earl M. Gaughan
Dr. Gaughan received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Georgia, and he completed his equine surgery residency at the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University. Gaughan has published many research articles and book chapters and has been an active lecturer to veterinarians and horse owners.
Terrance D. Beasley
- Chief of Medical Plans and Readiness – Armed Forces Center – Aurora, CO
- Executive Medical Protocol Officer – Salt Lake City, UT
- Medical Hospital Administrator – Fort Sheridan, IL
- Chief of Medical Facilities and Training Programs – Germany
Terrance started his service to others journey by earning a Master of Social Work from Loyola University Chicago. Enlisted with the Louisiana Army National Gaurd in 1993, Terrance received his Commission in the Medical Service Corps in 1998. He spent 23 of his 27 years of service as a certified instructor to military personnel and government civilians on topics such as Active Shooter Training, Ethics, Operational Security, and Information Assurance/Cyber Awareness. His additional key duty positions included Sexual Harassment Sexual Assault Response Coordinator and a Family Readiness Event Coordinator. Terrance also served as the Area Program Coordinator for the Government Travel Card Program and Defense Travel Program Approving Official for the Largest Medical Division in the U.S. Army.
Terrance resides in Monument, CO with his wife Laurie and five children. Terrance’s family proudly refers to themselves as the Beasley Bunch, a fun-loving household that has served as home for nine foster children in various states. The Beasley Bunch enjoys family vacations and volunteering in the community. Terrance has a strong connection with horses and participates in Buffalo Soldier reenactment events to support community awareness and education.
Deanne Ward is the director of MyHope Global, which offers tools and solutions for mental health from a faith-based perspective. Her passion is to impact the lives of others for the cause of Christ. She has traveled to more than 50 countries with this purpose. She has worked with various churches, ministries, and non-profits, establishing and cultivating leadership teams.
Deanne has received more than 42 certifications and licenses with behavioral science and counseling focuses. She received her therapist license from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Along with her therapist license, she has received certifications in the following specialties: Crisis Management, Dealing with Difficult Women, Emotional Intelligence, How to Deal with Unacceptable Behavior, Leadership and Management, Life Coaching, Racial Reconciliation, and many more.
Deanne has been a member of the Association of Christian Counselors since 2002. She is also a member of American Counseling Association since 2014, and a member of Colorado Association of Counselors. She served as Operations Director for Dr. James Dobson Family Institute.
She has served on a number of non-profit boards, including Hope for the Heart, June Hunt’s ministry, the Taya and Chris Kyle Foundation, and many others. She has cultivated key partnerships with several service-to-veterans organizations including: National Center for Healthy Vets, GUMI Camp, Shadow Warrior, and Operation Restore Warriors.