Dr. Roy Fune is an energy healer who specializes in Reiki (Holy Fire III Reiki Master), Seraphim Blueprint, Qigong, and Tai Chi. He claims to be middle aged, which he defines as one who is too young to be old, while being too old to be young.
Roy can't seem to keep still. He has too many hobbies and interests to name.
Roy received his Ph.D. in 2013, the culmination of a nine year journey. He stuck it out and got the Ph.D. not to prove that he was smarter than anybody else, but rather to prove to the world that he wasn't a quitter. His life has been one of setting high goals and achieving them. His accomplishments include: *Scholar/Practitioner. Taught at the university level for over 22 years. *Former Air Force officer. Over 6 years experience managing the production efforts of technically-oriented organizations supporting 24/7 operations. Managed and evaluated senior NCOs and subordinate officers reporting directly to me. Desert Storm Veteran. *Entrepreneur. Licensed realtor (Nevada) and online business owner. Former business/franchise owner and real estate investor. *Former President, Board of Directors of a HUD Multifamily apartment community for the elderly and persons with disabilities. Involved in projects assisting disadvantaged communities and individuals with developmental disabilities. *Former financial analysis officer, budget analyst, financial manager and staff accountant. * Over 26 years experience in the IT Industry as a project manager, operations team lead, task order manager, IT trainer and network engineer. * Certified Black Belt: World Tae Kwon Do Federation and International Philippine Martial Arts Federation. However, at this time, Roy now sees his life purpose is to pursue a spiritual path, to do his part to raise the earth's vibration and to continue to improve his connection with God. Roy calls himself a fiscal conservative. He stands up for gay rights, civil rights, animal rights, women's rights, the rights of unborn children, and the altruistic belief that no child on this planet should go hungry. On the other hand, he also believes that government is not the complete answer to the world's problems, and he loves Margaret Thatcher's timeless quote that the trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money. Overall, his vision is a society which can find that delicate balance between fostering a culture of rugged individualism while providing a safety net for those truly in need.