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teen sports and mentoring

About Us

Since 2016, ImPossible has been dedicated to providing mentorship and sports programs to the youth of Central Texas and the largest U.S. military base. Many of our teenagers face unique challenges, experiencing inconsistency during crucial growth phases due to parents departing for war, deployment, and the field, leading to continuously shifting circumstances. ImPossible Teen Campus aims to address this by offering a nurturing environment that fosters development and provides much-needed continuity. Our core pillars – education, entrepreneurship, and sports – form the foundation of our program. Teens participate in training sessions covering 21st-century skills such as coding, e-commerce, website development, S.T.E.M., and more, empowering them with practical life skills.

At the heart of our mission lies the spirit of Oveta Culp Hobby, a trailblazing figure who epitomized leadership, Health, Education, and Welfare. Her legacy inspires us to continue our work in empowering young minds and fostering resilience.

In March 2024, we reached a significant milestone by acquiring a new facility, poised to open its doors on June 1, 2024. This expansion marks a new chapter for ImPossible, allowing us to reach even more teens and provide them with the support and resources they need to thrive. Join us in shaping the future of our teens and building a community where every teenager can reach their full potential.”

ImPossible Teen Campus will give them a setting that nurtures their development and aid in establishing some continuity. The three pillars of ImPossible are Health, Education, and Welfare. Teens attend training sessions in 21st-century jobs like coding, e-commerce, website development, S.T.E.M., etc. Our program offers teenagers a safe space to explore their interests and learn practical life skills.

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Culture: B.G.O.P. We live by the philosophy, mantra, and ideal known as “Be Great On Purpose.” No matter where they are or what they are doing, we advise our teenagers to give it their all at that time purposefully. Encouraging our young people to take the first step and exercise courage while learning. “You don’t have to be great to start, but you do have to start to be great,” or “F.A.I.L. first attempt in learning.”


Vantonio Fraley


Vantonio was inspired to start ImPossible Paradigm Shifters to support teen activities in the Killeen, Harker Heights, and Fort Hood area (Now Ft. Cavazos).

The children living in his neighborhood called him Uncle Van. The children of his friends were just as drawn to him as Uncle Van. He always made an impression on “troubled” teenagers. In 2011, he started the process of establishing a teen center by utilizing his innate ability to influence teenagers, his desire to become a teacher, and his dream.

As a military child growing up in Frankfurt, Germany, the youth center had a significant impact on his life and motivated him to want to create.


Steven Murphy


I bring experience in multi-unit operations management and have trained and led diverse teams across multiple locations to deliver efficient operations and quality services to my peers and clients.


Lindsay Sauls


I was employed with the Michigan Department of Transportation for ten years. My last five years, I served as the lead coordinator of multiple Workforce Programs for MDOT’s largest region (Detroit and surrounding counties).

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Tonya Lynch

                BOARD OF DIRECTORS

A dedicated mother, wife, and entrepreneur, serves as a valuable board member for Impossible Paradigm Shifters. As the owner of “Cupcake Avenue,” she brings a wealth of business acumen and a passion for community impact. Tonya’s successful entrepreneurship reflects her resilience and innovative thinking, making her an invaluable asset to our organization. 

Beyond her role as a business owner, she is deeply committed to philanthropy, evident in her contributions to Impossible Paradigm Shifters. Tonya’s multifaceted experience as a mother, wife, and entrepreneur embodies the values of family, dedication, and community betterment, enriching our board with her fresh perspectives and genuine desire to drive positive change. We are fortunate to have Tonya Lynch guiding us towards new heights of success.