Anton Anderssen Travel, Inc.

A non-profit corporation 501(c)(3) Federally tax exempt

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Meet the directors of Anton Anderssen Travel, Inc.  This non-profit corporation provides job training, job placement and services to the disabled.  We offer tips on traveling with service animals, finding wheelchair-friendly itineraries, disseminating news designed to aid to the handicapped, advocating for disability awareness, educating disabled citizens on the Air Travel of People with Disabilities under the Amended Air Carrier Access Act Regulation, and coordinating handicap accommodation for disabled people to travel on trains, planes and ships.



Romero Anton MontAlban-Anderssen, Juris Doctor. CEO and President

Romero Anton MontAlban-Anderssen is an Executive Director for Anton Anderssen Travel, Inc.  He earned a Juris Doctor degree from Wayne State University School of Law.  He has over 25 years' experience in the travel industry, and in non-profit management.

Marco Airaghi, CFO and Treasurer. Executive Director

Marco Airaghi is a former bank officer at Intesa Sanpaolo, with over 20 years' experience in management. It is the 6th largest corporation in Italy, having assets of 46 billion Euro.

Dr. Ryan Jackson, M.D., M.S.

Dr. Ryan Jackson is on the Board of Directors for Anton Anderssen Travel, Inc. 

Professor, Caribbean Medical University

Dr. Jackson is a member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and was on their Research Committee for Telepsychiatry. He has been a Genomics/Genetics Abstract Reviewer for the American Public Health Association since 2009. He is board certified in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine and has a Master's Degree in that specialty. He has given lectures about the book he coauthored, "Future of the Western Hemisphere" at the National Academies of Science and in several countries. He is currently researching disaster management, relief worker trauma, infectious diseases, environmental health, and other topics in association with researchers from Yale, University of Miami, University of California San Francisco and other Universities. Dr. Jackson was a Vice President and Gifted Children Coordinator for his local Mensa chapter, Executive Committee member of the Triple Nine Society, and is a member of other societies for the highly gifted. He is fluent in Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Haitian Creole and speaks other languages.


Dr. Jackson recently returned from working in Haiti for nearly a year doing health education, public health program development, and helping to open a nursing school in his roles as a board member and medical director for Greater Caribbean Energy and Environment Foundation, Centre Chretien Pour Les Enfants et Les Femmes, and Christian Children and Family Center, a partnership of 501c3 non-profits. He just completed another book, "Future of the Arctic Region," for which he was the chair of the Health and Social Issues Committee. This work has been presented to influential scientists and heads of state from around the world.


Roger Beasley CNA

Roger Beasley has over 20 years' experience in nursing. He is an advocate for persons with disabilities.

Lisa Cortez, R.N.

Lisa Cortez is a registered nurse, with a career in psychiatric nursing. He has over 25 years' experience working with the disabled.