Theophilus Tor

Program Director

Theophilus Tor Tor is one of the founding members, and Programs & Services Director of Vets365.  He has volunteered with veteran causes since 2013 where he first worked for Veterans 360. He first joined the organization as the director of recreation through a fellowship at The Mission Continues. After his fellowship, Tor continued to serve as an outreach counselor.  Tor has been integral in implementing methods that track the progress of Vets365 services and developing program measures that promote successful completion.  He is Service Disabled Combat Veteran, proud 2/4 Magnificent Bastard, and Owner of Barney Style Solutions.  

“It is my goal to run point on our mission of restoration.  Being a combat disabled veteran doesn’t mean that we are damaged beyond repair, and a good calibration always helps. First balance, then focus, then engagement. I keep this in mind as we chart through these healing waters”


Austin Davis

 Programs & Services

Austin Davis grew up in Murrieta, California around his parent’s business. His father, Albert Davis, served as a Captain in the Air Force as a Transportation

Officer. Austin learned from his parents what it took to run a business in a tight ship manner like the military. Austin attended Northern Arizona University and

earned a degree in Broadcasting where he won an Emmy for a feature story. After a brief, but successful stint in broadcasting, Austin returned to southern

California where he began his career as a Financial Professional with New York Life. Austin got involved with Vets365 when he met Theophilus Tor at their

Business Networking International referral networking group. He would go on a hike with veterans on Camp Pendleton and soon realized the impact that

Vets365 not only had on the veterans, but also, how impactful Vets365 is with the community. After talking with Tor, Austin got involved as a volunteer with the



Raven L. Hilden

Programs Associate

Raven earned her an A.A. in Criminal Justice in 2012 and Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services Management at the University of Phoenix in 2014 with honors. She participated on the Ethics Committee at UOP and the Scholarship Committee. In 2019 she received the prestigious Leadership Impact Award for using her education to provide inspirational leadership to others and service to the community. Her education inspired her to start a nonprofit to connect seniors, active military/veterans and over-burdened families to resources in the community. This was the beginning of the Valley Resource Center, a nonprofit that currently supports 100’s of deployed troops all over the world every month, where she currently serves as the CEO. Her professional experience includes work with special needs students and has also worked for the California State Senate and State Assembly as a District Representative performing case management and as a community liaison for elected officials. She now has a web design/social media marketing business which allows her to make sure resources are updated immediately for the most accurate information. Raven has earned the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016, 2017 and 2018. She was nominated by Charity for Charity for best nonprofit in 2017 and has received awards from the State Senate, State Assembly, City of Murrieta, County of Riverside, and the Global Society for Female Executives (2019), 2019 Veteran Salute (2019), and National Association for Female Executives for her dedication. Raven has been featured in the Press Enterprise, Valley News, Menifee Buzz, IHeart Radio and more for her accomplishments. She attributes her success to a supportive community and network of friends and volunteers that strive to make a difference in their communities. Her passion for helping others shows in the difference she continues to make in the community as she currently serves on the Menifee Veterans Committee, is a member of National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) along with serving as the CEO of the Valley Resource Center, which is currently nominated for best non-profit 2019 by the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce. She is married to a Marine Corps Veteran, and together they have 5 children and 1 grandchild.