Cristine More has served the non-profit community for over thirty years. Most recently serving as the Chief Philanthropy Officer at Wenworth-Douglass Hospital & Health Foundation, Cristine has raised significant funds for non-profit organizations in healthcare, higher education, human services, national non-profit associations as well as conducted national executive retained searches and served in interim leadership roles. She has build comprehensive programs including annual and major gift programs, planned giving, capital campaigns and stewardship/donor relations, and special events. She has worked with numerous volunteer boards on governance, strategic planning, and board retreats. She is a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) and has served on several non-profit association boards. She lives in Needham, Massachusetts with her husband and two children. One For Health is thrilled to have her Fundraising expertise.
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.
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.
German Lam is the author of the inspirational book The Dragon Turns to Water. During his culinary journey at the Ritz Carlton Boston, Chatham Bars Inn Cape Cod, Ritz Carlton Cleveland and The Harvard Club of Boston he evolved into a Master Chef creating his personal style of Freestyle Cooking. He is a cancer survivor who now focuses his time as a wellness and lifestyle consultant. German is also an instructor for One for Health’s BestSelf4Kids Program He loves sports, art, music and martial arts. At age 55, German has turned his attention to consulting and giving talks, to tell his personal tale and share the philosophies that have strengthened him — to inspire and strengthen others. Over the years German has honed his philosophy which he calls the Freestyle Lifestyle. “Freestyle Lifestyle helped me stay in peak condition before I got this disease, and has made me strong enough to endure my battle against it.”
Joel Pelcyger is the Co-Founder of PS1 Pluralistic School, an independent elementary school in Santa Monica for grades K-6 and served as its Head of School from 1971-2022 when he retired. He is currently writing a book about educational pluralism, seeking to make operational in all schools our nation’s aspirational national motto, E Pluribus Unum. His work is grounded in the belief that every child is unique and that human connection is the most important attribute that gives meaning to life for both children and adults. He built a school that nurtures individual talents, differences, and learning styles, helping children become the best versions of themselves. The vision statement of the school is: “Celebrate the Many; Build One.” Joel speaks nationally on the necessity to adopt pluralism as the primary value in, and purpose of, education, seeking to empower each child in guiding them to be positive contributing members of their school, their community, and society.
Marianne Robin-Tani has been a journalist and author since graduating from Cal State University, Los Angeles decades ago. After studying and working in Japan for four years, she and her husband founded Robin/Tania Media Factory, which created documentaries and variety programs broadcasted on every major Japanese network. She co-produced and directed an award-winning children's yoga DVD series (I Can Do Yoga!) together with One For Health's own Rana Kirkland. Growing up in the Crenshaw District of Los Angeles made Marianne acutely aware of how important good nutrition and exercise programs for children's overall well-being. She's delighted to help OFH provide wellness to kids across America. She and her husband live in Venice, CA, have two adult children, two cats, one grand-puppy, and whoever else drops by to eat, kibitz, and practice yoga.
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.
Dr. Robyn Riseberg is the Founder of Boston Community Pediatrics. She is passionate about helping kids and families and has dedicated her career to advocating for and working with underserved pediatric patients, bringing innovative programs to medicine and collaborating with community organizations to work closely to improve the lives of patients and communities.
Sandra Lepson is senior counsel at WorkWise Law. She has over 25 years’ experience counseling and defending employers in all areas of employment law. She has extensive experience presenting and teaching on employment law matters for employers and industry groups, including workplace discrimination and harassment prevention for California employers, workplace bullying prevention, diversity and inclusion, and LGBTQ+ awareness and inclusion. Sandra received her Juris Doctor from the University of Southern California's Gould School of Law where she clerked for constitutional law scholar Erwin Chemerinsky and subsequently worked with some of Los Angeles' preeminent mid-sized firms, developing her expertise in employment law. She has worked on "all sides" having worked "in-house" as well as having represented large and small employers, corporate defendants, labor unions, individual plaintiffs and non-profit organizations in private practice. Sandra's breadth of experience allows her to see all sides of an issue and craft uniquely tailored solutions that meet clients' needs and minimize the risks and/or impact of any conflict.
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.
Teresa Cortes is a native Angeleno who has served low-income children and families for over a decade. She has worked in non-profits and served on a few boards that focused on education for low-income families in Los Angeles. Additionally, she has experience working with a board member at Los Angeles Unified School District - the second largest district in the nation, contributing to policy, community and constituent engagement, and leading programs for parents, students and staff. Prior to joining the Advisory Board at One For Health, she was a yoga instructor and a champion for wellness for staff at LAUSD and One For Health. She is an alumni of California State University, Northridge and University of Southern California. Teresa is excited to share her knowledge and ideas to ensure that One for Health helps kids stay healthy, one kid at a time.
Board of Directors
Bruce Campelia is the Executive Director, Co-founder, and Chairman of the One for Health Foundation Advisory Board. He holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, an MBA, and a PhD in Natural Health. Throughout his career he has worked with large corporations and helped in the launch of several high-tech ventures. He also co-founded the Well of Life Center for Natural Health in Pennsylvania, focusing on providing a new sense of wellness to individuals and families through empowerment. In his role as Executive Director, Bruce oversees the execution of foundation directives, coordinates activities between the board and OFH's partners, works closely as a liaison with all members of the operating team, manages finances and pursues grant opportunities, and develops key relationships with major donors. A USA Masters Track & Field gold medalist, Bruce brings forward an outstanding complement of experience and skills to support his goal of helping others, especially children, attain the highest level of health and joy in their lives
Thomas Miller is the Co-founder of the One for Health Foundation. Tom currently serves as an advisory board member for Get A Grip Golf Foundation and as an advisory board member to Men For A Cause. Tom lives in Wellesley, MA with his wife, where two of his three children, and five grandchildren, also reside. In 1975 Tom founded T R Miller Co., Inc., a top 5% ranked Distributorship in the $18 billion Promotional Products Recognition and Awards Industry. Tom’s family business has supported numerous charitable organizations, such as Make A Wish, the Massachusetts' Special Olympics, the Jimmy Fund and numerous other non-profit organizations. Tom is a highly competitive individual who approaches life with a passion and enthusiasm that is reflected in his healthy lifestyle.
Marc Alterio is an adjunct instructor at Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies. He holds undergraduate and advanced graduate degrees in educational administration, physical education, and health from Boston University. He has held leadership positions on local, state, and national boards, including the Massachusetts Board of Education Interdisciplinary Health Advisory Council, Action for Healthy Kids, Maine Course Pathways Curriculum Project, and state and national Associations of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. Marc is involved with, and has evaluated, over 12 Carol White PEP Grants that support school systems and community-based organizations with more than $10 million in federal funding to promote increased physical activity and improved levels of nutrition for students across New England. Marc resides in South Berwick, Maine.