We are on a mission to change things -- to create, develop, and deliver a fundamentally different way to care.

In 2015, the Academy of Prevention & Health Promotion Therapies (APHPT) was formally launched as the professional division of BaseCamp 31. Structured as a professional community cooperative, members network, explore and innovate, develop usable products, and mobilize the people and resources needed to change the trajectory of health and well-being in our society.

It's no secret, healthcare in its current state, is not reaching its full potential. There is a better way, but to get there, we must work together. The Academy of Prevention & Health Promotion Therapies (APHPT) of BaseCamp was founded as an open-source, interdisciplinary collaborative where health-facing professionals connect with others who are ready to roll up their sleeves to develop a fundamentally different way to care.


Director, Board Liaison

Perry Brubaker

Perry Brubaker is a physical therapist in the metro Atlanta area and has a prevention and health promotion consulting practice. She also runs operations for the professional community arm of BaseCamp 31, the Academy of Prevention and Health Promotion Therapies. 

Perry adores her husband and is completely awestruck by her daughter. She measures health more from a well-being lens these days so you may see her walking instead of running, laughing instead of lecturing, and kissing her husband in public to totally embarrass her teenage daughter. 



Ali Hartman

Clinically trained as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Ali has a deep appreciation for the resilience of the human body and the value of caring for it in all capacities. Specializing in Prevention & Health Promotion, performance, and the management of the industrial and fitness athlete alike, Ali most enjoys helping others achieve their best, in whatever capacity that means to them. In her spare time, she is an avid fitness enthusiast, equestrian, and adventure seeker.


Membership Chair

Linda Ceresani

Linda Ceresani is semi-retired after working for 15 years as a Project/Property Manager. Her past experiences leading and serving on numerous boards has prepared her to take the lead as the membership chair for APHPT. Linda believes that the key to good health & longevity is a lifelong commitment to the 5 ELEMENTS that the APHPT promotes. Linda and her husband John reside in North Carolina and enjoy spending time traveling and sharing great food with family and friends.