Meet the Team
Greg is a former Special Forces Medical Sergeant (18D) who served with 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne). He is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina’s Kenan Flagler Business School where he obtained his Master of Business Administration (MBA). Greg is a fierce mental health advocate with a passion for giving back to the military community.
Mark Lucia served as a Special Forces Medic (18D) in 1st Bn 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) - Germany. Since transitioning from service, he has started studying at Johns Hopkins University in a dual Master in Business Administration/Master in Public Health program. Mark co-leads a military transition program and is interested in mental health, veterans' health, and digital health.
Beau Barron is a passionate leader that has built his career around the central goal of providing patients efficient and equitable access to technologically-driven healthcare. Beau graduated from Auburn University with a BS in Kinesiology in addition to serving as a firefighting and EMT for the City of Auburn Fire Department. He went on to complete his Professional Masters of Business Administration from the University of Georgia, with a concentration in Entrepreneurship.
Beau brings 12+ years of enterprise healthcare sales and leadership experience to Callsign 22, made up of time at leading healthcare technology companies. Now as the VP of Sales and Strategy at ViewFi Health, Beau leads the development and implementation of all sales, marketing, and G2M strategies.
Alexander Lang, MD
Dr. Lang is a physician specializing in adult psychiatry with a clinical interest in PTSD, addiction, and men’s mental health. He is a two-time cancer survivor living on borrowed time thanks to advances in cancer treatment. Alex’s passion for Veterans’ mental health
stems from both grandfather’s service in WWII as well as his last 4 years of caring for patients at the VA in Tucson, Arizona. His first book: The Passport of Suffering: One Physician’s Lessons on Love, Hope and Purpose will be published later this year. Any
proceeds from his book will go towards Call Sign 22.
Dr. Nathan D. L. Smith
Dr. Nathan D. L. Smith holds a PhD in psychiatric epidemiology from the University of Florida where he focused on questions of addiction and social connection. In 2021, he became the founding Executive Director of Kindbridge Research Institute where he created 3 novel programs focused on veterans' mental health. Nathan has been interested in social connection and suicide since 2014 when he published the first evidence for social capital’s impact on suicide rates in US states.