MEET OUR 1TRYBE COUNCIL
Brian Majors |
Brian was born and raised in Los Angeles and received a B.A. in Biblical Studies from LIFE Pacific College. He has worked in many different fields from Education to Aerospace and of course as a minister. Brian cherishes family time; you can often find him at the park with is daughter Soleil and wife Carolina enjoying some fun in the sun.
Silvia Yantuche |
Silvia is originally from Guatemala and moved to Los Angeles four years ago. She is the youngest of four siblings, friendly and hardworking. Silvia enjoys swimming, running and attending her college classes, all while striving to find opportunities to learn something new each day. Silvia loves working hard and often finds herself joyfully juggling work, school and home life.
Sarah Harrington |
Sarah is a Midwest girl to her core who received a Bachelor’s in Advertising and Public Relations from Loyola University Chicago, and then decided to take a chance and move to Los Angeles. She is passionate about living life alongside people and seeking ways to create stronger and healthier communities. When Sarah isn’t at the beach you can find her with a hot cup of joe and a good read.
Christian Hansen | Chicago, IL
Christian was born and raised in the Midwest and moved up to Chicago for college. He then pursued a career in accounting/finance. He says his life consists of following Chicago sports, shenanigans with friends, and generally just being a dork.
Leslie Ricci |
Leslie grew up as a dancer in Alexandria, VA. Her degree in Sociology has allowed her to work with many families as a professional nanny and also in the field of health and fitness, which is her true passion! When she does have time off, you can find her working out, attending church functions, or enjoying a family gathering with her husband, Corrado.
Skye Silansky |
Skye is the daughter of Ed, the founder of 1Trybe. She has six years of sales and marketing experience in the tech and financial sectors. Recently she began her own freelance recruiting company to give her the freedom to travel, make music and be happy! You can find her on the beaches of Florida or in a recording studio.
Elijah Olige |
Elijah is from Lexington, Kentucky. He is currently finishing his last semester of college at Loyola university Chicago (Go Blers!). When he is not diligently attending class, you can often find him running around Chicago, or hanging out with his friends playing Spikeball, basketball, freeze tag, or even Simon Says.
Erika Mull |
Erika is a tried and true native Southern California girl who attended cosmetology school right out of high school. She went on to start a now 18-year-career in hair and make-up, and approximately 6 years ago she opened her own salon in Los Angeles. She is married to her best friend/partner and they have three crazy kids that add all the zest to their lives they could wish for. Erica finds joy in getting to know people on a personal level with the sense of community and support that comes from working closely with amazing women every day.
Jessica Bass |
Jessica was born and raised in a small town in South Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida this past May with a bachelor’s in public relations. Her big city dreams and creative sprit prompted her to take a leap of faith, pack up and move to Los Angeles. She loves fashion, sports, beauty and everything in between. Jessica is career-driven, motivated and ready to create a name for herself in the world.
Dan Minea |
Originally a Minnesota kid, Dan packed up and moved out to Chicago to challenge government and business systems after his years studying advertising. After three years in his beloved city of Chicago, he has started building an ad agency and a charity, inviting both the government and businesses to do good work, and do it more efficiently. In his free time he loves soaking up podcasts, doing endurance-challenging efforts to raise funds for clean water in Africa, and hosting food around the fire inviting everyone to join.
Ashley Cuppett-Richardson |
Ashley graduated from George Mason University in 2013 with a bachelor’s in Communications and a concentration in public relations. Out of school, she worked at a boutique public relations firm. This role launched her desire to start a non-profit dance company called Nomadic Artist. The mission behind the nonprofit was to create a safe place for choreographers and dance artists of Northern Virginia to be appreciated, receive growth as an artist, and exposure to the public communities. In her free-time, you can catch her relaxing, enjoying the outdoors, hanging with my family, doing yoga, or working hard!