About our Keynote Speakers


Dr. Timothy Lineberry

Timothy Lineberry, M.D.

Dr. Timothy Lineberry is Medical Director of Mayo Clinic Psychiatric Hospital and is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Dr. Lineberry also serves as Vice Chair of Education for psychiatry and psychology leading up their residency training programs, fellowships, medical student education and continuing medical education programs. He also serves as one of the vice chairs of the larger Mayo Clinic hospital practice. Prior to coming to Mayo Clinic in 2003, Dr. Lineberry served 12 years in the Air Force and did  his residency training at Wilford Hall Medical Center at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas after graduating from Vanderbilt University Medical School.  Dr. Lineberry is former board chair of the American Association of Suicidology, serves as a subject matter expert for military suicide research for the Army, and is also on the board of directors of the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement.


Jason Moon playing guitar

Jason Moon

Jason Moon is a Milwaukee-based folk/rock singer and songwriter, a veteran of the Iraq War, and a tireless advocate for veteran’s issues. He began his musical career playing around camp fires in his home town of Eagle River, Wisconsin. While attending college at UW-Oshkosh, Jason hosted several open mics, wrote dozens of songs, and played hundreds of shows in the Fox Valley from 1995 until he was deployed in 2003. He performed frequently for his fellow troops, but for over five years after his return he was unable to finish more than a single song.

Breaking the cycle of PTSD and depression, he began to volunteer for veterans-issue charities, and in 2009 he was interviewed for the documentary film On the Bridge. Jason was then asked by the filmmakers to record one of his original songs for the credits roll an experience that energized him to finally begin to write songs again in earnest, and which ultimately led to his concept album Trying to Find My Way Home (2011). Based on the success of Trying in the veterans community, Jason started a new non-profit, Warrior Songs Inc., in 2012. Warrior Songs seeks to take the stories provided by veterans and honor them by turning them into song. Jason has been featured on National Public Radio, Public Radio International, and the music channel, Fuse. He was awarded a Special Recognition Medal in songwriting for the 2012 VA Creative Arts Competition in Boston, MA. www.jasonmoon.org

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