Edward “Ted” A. Dion, Jr received his business degree from Bryant College. He is the Co-Owner & President of E.A. Dion, Inc., a leading manufacturer of award and recognition jewelry. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Attleboro YMCA and the Bristol County Savings Bank, and Co-Chairman of the Legacy of Mercy Capital Campaign.
David C. Foster, CPA, CGMA, CBEC is Managing Partner of John T. Chipman & Company, Certified Public Accountants. He primarily works with business owners to develop, design and execute comprehensive exit and succession plans. He is Vice President of the League School of Greater Boston, a leading educator of children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder.
Steven H. Gardner, MD is an Internist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is also a Director for Camp Jabberwocky, a Martha’s Vineyard based Cerebral Palsy camp.
Eszter Vajda is an Emmy-nominated international political correspondent, reporter, news anchor, producer, host, and broadcaster with a passion for inspiring dialogues and talent for “igniting fires” that spur interest, extract information, and empower people worldwide.
Nancy Woods brings her passion for supporting the lives of children to the One for Health Foundation. She serves on the Board of the Under the Tree Foundation, Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation and as an Advisor on the Board of the the Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester. Ms. Woods is a founding member of HelioPro LLC.
Michelle P. Corey is a successful life-long entrepreneur, and President of Boston Biofeedback. She is a Nutritional Consultant, Certified by The Natural Therapies Board and brings her love of children to One for Health to help them address all aspects of their well-being.
Maureen B. Weisner, M.Ed. is a certified professional coach, career development facilitator, seminar leader, speaker, and author, also recognized as a “Top 10 Executive Coach” by Women’s Business Boston. A co-founder of KICKSTART Your Transition, her extensive business knowledge integrates a broad depth of experience drawn from corporate sales training, education and small business ownership.
Kelly M. Browning, is Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), a national health charity located in Washington D.C. The institute is the largest national cancer charity focusing exclusively on the relationship of nutrition, physical activity, and weight management to cancer risk. Considered an expert in the direct marketing industry, Mr. Browning is a frequent speaker at industry trade meetings, seminars, conferences, colleges, and universities.
Judy Froehlich is a retired marriage and family therapist. She received her Masters Degree from San Diego State University. She is the co-founder, and former Director of La Cuna, a non-profit serving Latino Foster Infants and children 0-5. Currently, she is focused on a mission to change the health and wellness of future generations through education and programs for children today. Social entrepreneurship and sustainable funding of small to medium sized non profits is a very special focus.