Aaron Amuchastegui has been married for ten years and has 4 children. He is an entrepreneur that likes to run his businesses on the road while traveling with his family. In 2017, he and his family spent 3 weeks traveling and educating on the road for every one week they spent at home.
Mark Trahan, PhD, LCSW, is an assistant professor of Social Work at Texas State University. Dr. Trahan has spent the last fifteen years working with individuals, families, and couples as a therapist, researcher, and teacher. His areas of research interest include the role of fathering confidence in father engagement and the use of technology, specifically virtual reality, to assist in creating more confidence in men and fathers.
Josh Shipp is an author, global youth empowerment expert, and acclaimed speaker. A former at-risk foster kid turned youth advocate, he is renowned for his documentary TV series (A&E), that followed his ground-breaking work with teens.
Jon Berghoff is a world renowned experiential trainer and co-founder of Flourishing Leadership Institute (FLI). Only two things intrigue Jon Berghoff more than the art of asking a beautiful question. The first: possibilities. Possibilities for how questions might cause our human system to come alive, be at our best, play to our strengths, deepen our sense of purpose or even — dare we say — save the world. The second: science. The data-driven, scientifically informed craft of designing questions in a way that makes what is possible become probable.
The Front Row Dads podcast is for good men who want to level up their dad game. It’s for fathers who value working on themselves so they can deepen their sense of purpose through finding the most effective and efficient steps needed to fulfill their role as husbands and fathers.