Founder, Chairman, and Reiki Master Teacher
Scott Cvetkovski is the Founder and Master Teacher of One Heart Way. Scott has been trained by world-renowned William Rand and is a Usui Holy Fire III Reiki Master, Holy Fire III Karuna Reiki Master, Online Holy Fire III Reiki Master, and Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai Reiki Master. Scott is also a Siwa Murti Level 1 Healer and Kundalini Activation Facilitator.
Scott is a Professional Member of the International Center for Reiki Training and teaches all the classes for One Heart Way. Scott is also the founder of Positive Sports Leadership, a leadership, emotional intelligence and athletic development company that specializes in internal development to produce athletic performance. Born and raised in Buffalo, NY, Scott became a certified emotional intelligence practitioner, instructor of social and emotional learning and development, a fifth-degree black belt in Isshin-Ryu Karate, author, career coach for young adults on the spectrum, and has a Master of Science in Executive Leadership and Change from Daemen College.
Scott’s life has focused around positively influencing the lives of others and his track record in working clients and patients all over the United States has shown and proven leading with your heart will always lead you to where you are suppose to be.
Dr. Norris Dorsey
Norris (Rashe) Dorsey is the Founder and CEO of the Dorsey Academy of Entrepreneurs and holds a Doctorate of Education in Organizational Leadership. Dr. Dorsey has educated more than 1,300 students around the world and delivered over 1.5 million educational hours in just 16 years. Dr. Dorsey is also a college professor currently at California State University Northridge and Los Angeles Mission College. Dr. Dorsey earned his Doctoral degree in Education (Organizational Leadership) from the University of La Verne. His background consists of theory, practice, and application which includes work experience, educational experience, and athletic experience. Dr. Dorsey’s overall work experience is diversified and extensive in all areas of business, accounting, management, finance, sales and marketing, education, coaching, real estate, and banking.
Gavin Stokes files a lot of bug reports. In almost 10 years as a software engineer at Apple, he finally saw the first bug he filed (of hundreds) against the Mac OS fixed: You can now resize Mac OS windows from their edges. That's what you can achieve when you grow up on the North Shore of Chicago, where John Hughes made most of his movies. Gavin started shooting and editing a Super-8 film in elementary school and then attended the high school upon which Breakfast Club was based. He earned a journalism degree and then, perplexingly, took a series of jobs at Big-6 consulting firms. He was developing video-editing software when Autodesk asked him to move from Chicago to L.A. After writing special-effects software at Apple, then a software-engineering stint at Red Camera, Gavin finally works behind cameras most of the time. When he's not shooting long & short narratives, music videos, or documentary-style work, he's still filing bugs on anything that needs fixing and using his detail-orientation skills to the financial side of organizations.
Krista Kleiner is no stranger to passionately launching philanthropic initiatives. Her years of television hosting led her to serving as a lead spokesperson for various groups. She most recently served as Producer for the National Diversity Coalition, hosting and writing an inspiring immigrant segment for Spectrum News1. Krista is the founder of the One Heart Movement, which is a movement is to unify us as a national and global community so we may become more effective at overcoming our current and future challenges. Using Valentine's Day as our flagship day to promote a more meaningful life through the power of Community Love, we will serve as a vehicle to support various important causes. She is currently a board member and spokesperson to The Philippines Foundation.
With a Filipino mother, a high school teacher of various subjects, and an American professor father, a leading expert witness in various forms of discrimination and harassment, her passion to fight for unity is deeply ingrained in her. Winning the Miss Philippines International title in 2010 gave her a deepened sense of responsibility to do what she can to support the nation and its people. Upon learning of the staggering numbers of Filipino American nurses lost in the fight against Covid, she felt an urgency to act for all nurses and families of our fallen healthcare workers. Bringing together her extensive relationships and experience in media, entertainment, advocacy, and philanthropy, Krista is leading the way to bring us together to spread the love and honor our heroes in the battle against Covid-19.
Dr. William Reynolds
Dr. Bill Reynolds has over 30 years of experience working in the mental health field, including inpatient and outpatient settings, substance abuse research and treatment, and private practice providing consultations. He has been practicing psychology in Buffalo for the last 20 years. He earned his doctorate, a PsyD, in Clinical Psychology as well as an MBA in Healthcare Administration from Widener University. He has been a Licensed Psychologist with the State of New York at the Buffalo Psychiatric Center (BPC) since 2004. His primary duty at BPC since February of 2017 is to serve as the psychologist on the Admissions unit. He has been the Director of Psychology Training at BPC since May 2012 and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at UB. Dr. Reynolds is also a Consulting Psychologist with the VA Medical Center. He has been serving as the president of the Psychological Association of Western New York since September 2017 and has been the executive director of Superhero Alliance, Inc. since February 2018. In his personal life, he has been married for almost 25 years and has three children. He has earned a 5th Degree Black Belt in Isshin-Ryu Karate and a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Kenpo Karate and is local independent filmmaker, would be actor, stuntman, and Jedi Master.