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Governance Board

Roy Moore

Roy Moore

Founder | Chairman of the Board

Roy Moore began his career as a management consultant, working with notable Fortune 500 companies, before embarking on a 30+ year career as an entrepreneur with several successful exits before serving as a C-level executive at a Global 100 company.

Then Roy made a hard turn. He founded Be Strong, a nonprofit bullying prevention organization where Moore volunteers his time as Chairman/Founder. As a husband, father of three, and grandfather of five, addressing the challenges facing children, including bullying, have become a passion for Moore.

Dr. Francine Baugh-Stewart, Principal

Dr. Francine Baugh-Stewart, Principal

Board Member

An educator since 1998, Francine Baugh-Stewart is dedicated to providing quality education to all students. She is a social justice leader who pursues opportunities to change local and national policies that promote inequity. Ms. Baugh-Stewart began her teaching career as a Language Arts teacher at her alma mater, Boyd Anderson High School in Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. In 2004, she transitioned into educational leadership and worked as a Curriculum Assistant Principal, Assistant Principal, and Intern Principal at various middle and high schools in Broward County, Florida. During this time, Ms. Baugh-Stewart was also an adjunct professor at Broward College and the University of Phoenix.

In 2012, Ms. Baugh-Stewart accepted the position as the Principal of Deerfield Beach Middle School. She is currently working on increasing student achievement while creating and sustaining relationships with students, teachers, parents and community members. Additionally, Ms. Baugh-Stewart is a member of committees and task forces for Broward County Public Schools including Reimagining Middle Schools, Middle School Principal Executive Board, District Strategic Plan Work Group, Parent Involvement Task Force, Curriculum and Pedagogy Work Group, Attendance Committee and Professional Learning Coordinating Council. She also serves as the Deerfield Beach Zone Facilitator and mentors first-year principals.

As a lifetime learner, Ms. Baugh-Stewart believes in continuous learning. She received her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Research Methodology at Florida Atlantic University. Her research interest was teacher retention, quality educators, educational equity, high-poverty schools, and the achievement gap. Although Ms. Baugh-Stewart is committed to her work in education, her most paramount role is being a mother of fraternal twins, Ricardo and Star.

Julie Girardin-Boynton

Julie Girardin-Boynton

Board Member

A native French-Canadian, Julie moved to South Florida in 2005 with her husband, Terry and has two incredible children, Isaiah and Brianna.

Julie serves as Co-President for Q’Straint, a market leader in Wheelchair Passenger Securement Solutions. Q’Straint is a family business whose key focus is to empower people in the disabled community to have more independence and accessibility.

Having completed her studies in Minnesota, Julie dedicated time to an AIDS hospice and various youth organizations in Minneapolis, focused on youth empowerment. Today, she is on the Board of Regents of her alma mater and considers herself a life-long learner.

David Browne

David Browne

Board Member

David Browne & his wife Kim have two kids & live in Boca Raton Florida. David is an avid outdoorsman and loves camping, hiking, fitness & travel…recently completing a trip to Central America where he repelled down 200+ foot waterfalls scattered throughout an amazing jungle landscape. David grew up playing numerous sports and is a gifted athlete, including free diving (i.e. no scuba tank) to depths of 100 ft. He began his career with a successful education at the University of Georgia where he studied Psychology and served as Chairman of the Board for five years at the Boys & Girls Club, Boca Raton.  He loves people & combines his passion for helping others with an impressive & entertaining ability to communicate effectively with others. In addition to coaching numerous athletic teams over the years, David leverages these skills by serving as a coach for Lifework Leadership, an organization focused on helping successful leaders & executives take their life to the next level by maximizing their impact through leading, giving and serving. With significant experience & expertise in commercial real estate, David also owns and manages a successful portfolio of commercial properties.

Elias Janetis

Elias Janetis

Board Member

Elias is the founder and CEO of Squeeze.com, which is an InsureTech platform that allows consumers to comparison shop for insurance while protecting them from spam.  Elias is also the managing partner of Abiding Ventures, a private investment company which invests in early stage technology companies, as well as real estate development.

Prior to Squeeze, Elias founded the disruptive healthcare technology company MobileHelp, which allowed seniors to get help nationwide, increasing the quality of life though peace-of-mind and independence. With its innovative gsm/gps technology, MobileHelp quickly became the service of choice for hundreds of thousands of seniors.

Elias, who holds several communication patents and was the 2006 SBDC & Benjamin Franklin Technology Partners grand-prize winner of the Big Idea business plan contest for his Alzheimer’s tracking system concept. MobileHelp was a 2012, 2014, and 2018 Frost & Sullivan award winner; 2014 and 2015 INC.500 award winner; and, 2014 Grow Florida growth award and company to watch. MobileHelp was also #90 on Deloitte’s Fast 500, the 500 fastest growing technology companies in America.

Elias currently serves on the board of The George Snow Scholarship Fund,  and resides in Boca Raton, Florida with his wife and four children.

Dr. Mike Rozenblum

Dr. Mike Rozenblum

Board Member

For over 20 years, Dr. Mike Rozenblum has been committed to helping people find a better way.  As a speaker, consultant and leader in the Chiropractic profession, he has a passion for seeing people be better. He believes “everyone deserves to feel great”. His primary area of specialty is the health care sector but over the past decade he has focused on the well-being of people, families and communities.  Married to the love of his life and father to an amazing foursome, Mike now resides in South Florida, after spending more than 20 years in the Southwest.  He enjoys baseball and backyard barbecues.

William “Will” Weyroski

William “Will” Weyroski

Board Member

William is a Michigan native who currently residing in South Florida.  He is a corporate and compliance counsel, with a history of representing digital media, ad tech and martech companies.  In a typical day he finds himself counseling clients on state and federal privacy statutes, data protection rules, and marketing standards (FTC Act, COPPA, CalOPPA, FCRA, CAN-SPAM, TCPA, ECPA).

William attended University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he earned his Bachelors of Science as well as his Masters in Business Administration in International Business / Marketing.  He attended law school and earned his J.D. from St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida, and later earned an L.L.M. in taxation from Thomas Jefferson University in San Diego, California.

William lives with his wife and daughter in the small beach town of Surfside, Florida.  When not working, he enjoys working out, riding bikes, working on classic cars and traveling with his family.

Advisory Board

Ashleigh Cromer

Ashleigh Cromer

Advisory Board Chair

Ashleigh is the CEO of Be Strong, who left her position as the VP of corporate social responsibility in a marketing agency to save and improve the lives of young people. Throughout her career in entertainment and marketing, specializing in production, digital strategy and brand development, she developed a deep understanding of the need for both corporate and nonprofit partners to bring about transformational and sustainable change while increasing revenue through customer affinity.

Ashleigh has leveraged her business expertise to advance the interest of Be Strong to create lifelong improvement in the lives of young people across North America. In her 5+ years at Be Strong, she has led the organization to a national grassroots footprint of 4,000+ student representatives serving annually, connected young people in crisis with trusted help through positive peer influence, relationships and technology, and developed a brand that is trusted by students, teachers, administrators, guardians, brands and customers, while advancing a comprehensive program with demonstrated impact.

As one who has personally experienced the effects of childhood trauma and navigating mental health, the work of Be Strong is personal for Ashleigh. Her heart is to serve those who, like her when she was a child, are looking for help, hope, resilience, healthy relationships, joy and purpose, while facing adversity.

Christine Ackerson

Christine Ackerson

Board Member

Christine Ackerson has worked with corporates, government, and non-profit organizations to design and implement environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives for sustainable and transformational change. With a career spanning nearly 20 years, Christine has experience across a broad range of topics including climate change, environmental stewardship, human rights, supply chain responsibility, product sustainability, environmental, health & safety, social impact, and corporate giving.

Christine is currently head of ESG for Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Americas Division. In her former role, as head of Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility at LG Electronics North America, Christine helped to launch the company’s first signature cause program working with experts in social emotional learning to deliver life-long happiness skills and mental wellness curriculum to more than 5 million youth across the U.S.

Christine has served on the Responsible Minerals Initiative Steering Committee, the Responsible Business Alliance Strategic Roadmap Advisory Committee, and the UN Global Compact’s Caring for Climate Steering Committee and Poverty Footprint Advisory Group.  She holds two master’s degrees in earth science and public policy, and is trained in sustainable business strategy, ESG reporting, and project management

Jonica Armstrong

Jonica Armstrong

Board Member

Jonica is your corporate version of Robin Hood-leveraging resources to make meaningful impact in communities across the world. She is skilled in philanthropic strategy creation and execution-engaging customers and activating employees to increase brand reputation, attract and retain employees. Her success with building philanthropic programming, from the ground up, and associated leadership has earned her the opportunity to speak on several panels, earn awards and have her insights published by top CSR publications.

Her experience in traditional fundraising and cause marketing has led to more than $17M raised for nonprofit organizations, engagement with more than 25 million customers and 35,000+ employees. She masters relationship building and management through authenticity and keen awareness of stakeholder interests. Additionally, Jonica has over 10 years of retail buying and planning experience, lending her skills in budgeting, negotiations, and analysis. Lastly, she lives and breathes philanthropy, serving as a Board Director, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Co-chair and community volunteer.

Terry Boynton

Terry Boynton

Board Member

I was born in raised in PA and later ventured of to Minnesota to attend North Central University, where I met my wife Julie. I attended NCU for two years and then decided to join the United States Marine Corps in which I served for five years and was honorably discharged.

After the Marine Corps, Julie and I moved to North Miami with our newborn son, Isaiah. I became an accomplished real estate professional and started a company that feeds refugee children for a week.

My passions include traveling with my wife and two kids and sports.

Patrick Chapman

Patrick Chapman

Board Member

Patrick Chapman is the HCA Florida Associate Vice President for Behavioral Health. In his current role he oversees the operations and business development for 15 behavioral units across 3 divisions in Florida from Pensacola to Miami consisting of almost 800 adult and youth inpatient beds, as well as outpatient programs.

Patrick began his career began as Assistant Administrator with HCA back in 2009 as part of the West Florida Division. Since then, he has served in a variety of progressive professional roles and most recently as Chief Operating Officer at HCA Florida JFK North Hospital for the last 5 years. During Patrick’s tenure at JFK North he has had responsibility for several departments that included oversight of the pavilion day to day operations, social workers and activity therapists. Most recently, he oversaw the 36 bed expansion of the Pavilion growing their capacity from 88 to 123 beds unit, that cares for patients ages 5-through the life span as well as outpatient mental wellness programs.

Patrick holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Stetson University, and Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from University of Central Florida and a Master’s of Management from University of Florida. Patrick is also certified in Total Quality Management.

Patrick and his wife, Lara, have been married for over 16 years and they have three sons; Nathan, Benjamin, and Luke. He is a native of Florida, born and raised in Gainesville, and is a former Naval Officer having served on active duty 2005-2009 deploying in support of the Global War on Terror with the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard the USS Nassau.

Erin Chin

Erin Chin

Board Member

With extensive experience in lifestyle brand building and strategy, Erin joined Logitech as the Chief Marketing Officer of the Logitech For Creators business in 2020. In this role, she heads marketing for the company’s hardware and software products made for digital content creators, such as Blue microphones and Streamlabs streaming software.

She joined Logitech after more than two years at PepsiCo leading the consumer marketing, media and PR efforts for the multi-billion Mountain Dew brand as the Head of Brand Communications and Consumer Engagement.

For the 10 years prior to joining PepsiCo, she had been instrumental in developing culturally relevant consumer communications and impactful brand programs for leading spirits brands. Most recently, Erin was the Head of Marketing at Proximo Spirits where she led all aspects of brand building for 15 premium spirits brands and she was a creator and Executive Producer of Master of the Mix, a brand-led DJ competition reality TV show that aired for 3 seasons on BET and VH1.

Prior to her beverage marketing experience, Erin spent time honing her skills via a role in international strategy for MTV Networks and began her career as a media & communications investment banker at Goldman Sachs.

Erin has received numerous creative awards and accolades, including being named a Branding Power Player by Billboard in 2017.

In addition to her role at Logitech, Erin sits on the Board of Directors for Tillys (TLYS), a fashion retail company.

Erin has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Finance from Hampton University. She is also the proud mother of two young boys and lives In Westchester County, NY with her husband and sons.

Mikey Dobin

Mikey Dobin

Board Member

Mikey Dobin lives in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. with his four children Merrick, Asher, Aera, and Mavan. Dobin is the CEO of a family business called Valley Forge Fabrics. His parents started the company in 1977 selling velvet to movie theaters, and today, they are the largest supplier of decorative fabrics for hotels – think drapery, sheer, upholstery, and bedding. Closing their first acquisition late 2017, and now in addition to fabrics, they sell fully fabricated window treatments, and provide measure and installation services to hotels.

Dobin is a kid trapped in a CEO’s body – he does all he can to squeeze every ounce of juice out of life. The work of Be Strong is deeply meaningful and personal for Dobin and simultaneously supports his personal purpose “To spread happiness and joy to others.”

Mike Flanagan

Mike Flanagan

Board Member

Mike Flanagan, a partner with the full-service communications agency LDWWgroup since January 2013, has provided leadership for organizations ranging from a Silicon Valley healthcare startup and Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays to Fortune 500 companies in the airline, travel,technology, telecom, video conferencing and gas/electric utility industries. He leads LDWW’s business for Carnival Corporation, the world’s largest leisure travel company, working closely with the chief communications officer to manage its brand and reputation through proactive public relations efforts and issues managementThis includes building relationships and working onpositive story opportunities with local, national and international media outlets; managing, working and providing counsel on issues and opportunities; and providing leadership for crisis situations and special projects. In June 2015, PRSA, the world’s largest association of public relations professionals, recognized the work done with Carnival Corporation with the top two awards in PR: the Silver Anvil for Reputation and Brand Management; and PR’s most prestigious honor, the Best of the Silver Anvils, recognizing the work for Carnival Corporation as the best of PRSA’s Silver Anvil award winners.

Mike’s experience includes stints as a Senior VP with two of the world’s largest PR agencies, Weber Shandwick and H+K Strategies, leading their work with HewlettPackard, American Airlines and Pacific Gas & Electric Company. He has worked in corporate communications and marketing communications for Silicon Valley-based Polycom, health care start-up Caresoft in Silicon Valley, the Tampa Bay Rays and several units within GTE (which merged with Bell Atlantic to form Verizon). Mike spent the first nine years of his career as a sports writercolumnistand editor for the St. Petersburg Evening Independent, the daily afternoon newspaper owned by the Tampa Bay Times, earning several national and state writing awards.

A board member for PRSA’s Tampa Bay chapter who has held volunteer leadership roles in government, youth sports leagues and communitiesMike has a degree in mass communications from Towson University in Baltimore. Hhas three grown sons and lives in St. Petersburg, Fla., with his wife Jennie and their dog Sally and three cats, Menlo, Guster and Allie.

Dr. Sameer Hinduja

Dr. Sameer Hinduja

Board Member

Dr. Sameer Hinduja is Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center (cyberbullying.org) and Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida Atlantic University. He is recognized internationally for his groundbreaking work on the subjects of cyberbullying and safe social media use, concerns that have paralleled the exponential growth in online communication by young people. He works with the U.S. Department of Education and many state departments of education to improve their policies and programming related to the prevention and response of teen technology misuse. He has written seven books, the most recent being “Bullying Today: Bullet Points and Best Practices” and the award-winning “Bullying beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying.” His newest co-authored book specifically written for teens is entitled “Words Wound: Delete Cyberbullying and Make Kindness Go Viral.” According to Google Scholar, Dr. Hinduja’s articles have been cited almost 8,500 times in the fields of Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Educational Psychology, Pediatrics, Social Psychology, Sociology, Business Administration, Ethics, Developmental Psychology, Communications, Psychiatry, Counselor Education, Special Education, Educational Technology, Criminology, and Pediatrics.

Outside of research and evaluation expertise, Dr. Hinduja provides training to schools, youth organizations, parents, and teens on how to avoid online victimization and its real-world consequences. He is frequently asked to provide expert commentary by news organizations, and his work has been featured in venues that include CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” NPR’s “All Things Considered,” the BBC and The New York Times. He has also been interviewed and cited by hundreds of online and print media outlets. He received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University (focus area: cybercrime) and his B.S. in Criminal Justice (minor in legal studies) from the University of Central Florida Honors College. Recently, he received Auburn University’s Global Anti-Bullying Hero Award, won Florida Atlantic University’s Researcher of the Year award, and presented on cyberbullying at a Congressional Briefing on Capitol Hill. He is currently serving at Dublin City University’s Anti-Bullying Centre on a Fulbright Specialist award, one of only five awarded worldwide each year.

In the last year, Dr. Sameer Hinduja received Auburn University’s Global Anti-Bullying Hero Award, won Florida Atlantic University’s Researcher of the Year award, and presented on cyberbullying at a Congressional Briefing on Capitol Hill.

Major Thomas E. Johnson, (Retired)

Major Thomas E. Johnson, (Retired)

Board Member

A highly skilled and experienced Communications Executive who has demonstrated the ability to lead diverse teams of professionals to new levels of success in a variety of competitive military (Office of the Secretary of Defense, Pentagon, Washington, D.C.), civilian, global and politically unstable environments. Strong technical and communication skills with an impressive track record of more than 23 years of hands-on experience in strategic planning, leadership development, project and personnel management, education, promotions and marketing.

Major Johnson, has a heart for children and believes in investing in our most vulnerable, he connects and motivates those he serves with his personal story of triumph and relentless pursuit to complete the mission with excellence.

Michael Steven Levine

Michael Steven Levine

Board Member

Michael is an innovative food entrepreneur and chef, dynamic in approach to food solutions, and is incredibly passionate about working with kids and millennials to fulfill a vision to drive healthy and sustainable change in the food industry.

Born and raised in Long Island, New York, Michael is a two-time alumnus of Johnson & Wales University (JWU), having completed degrees in Culinary Arts & Food Service Management and Entrepreneurship. Currently holding over 20 different food safety certifications, he has continued honing his expertise through education in food safety and regulatory compliance, food sustainability, commercial food brand development and marketing, and enterprise software solutions for commercial food organizations.

While completing his education at JWU, Michael founded Global Food Solutions, which develops food products and brands for the foodservice and school foodservice industries, and LineCor Distribution Solutions, which provides scalable third-party logistics and distribution services.

Michael’s expertise in developing food products to meet and exceed rigorous United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation standards have led him to work with some of North America’s largest food manufacturers and agricultural providers. His work focuses on developing healthy, sustainable food products for the foodservice industry aimed at supporting local producers to maintain fresh, nutritious foods; while also remaining dedicated to community-building through local business and school support in regions his companies operate.

Through this work, Michael has developed and launched over seven category-specific brands and more than 400 products in the foodservice and school food service industries. Michael’s companies products span the fresh, frozen, shelf-stable, and packaged goods categories. The result is feeding tens of millions of students in schools per year while also providing meals to those in need through government assistance programs, healthcare operations, and the United States Military. 

Michael is an outspoken supporter of providing meals to school kids across the United States and is actively involved with various childhood hunger organizations, supporting No Kid Hungry and BE STRONG, a national nonprofit aimed at bullying resiliency.

Michael was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the Food and Drink category and was also one of thirty distinguished chefs and food experts invited to the National Peanut Council’s Millennial Food Summit and the National Peanut Council’s Harvest Summit. His company, Global Food Solutions, was also named to the Inc 5000 list for fastest-growing private companies in America.

Dr. Pamela Morris-Perez

Dr. Pamela Morris-Perez

Board Member

Dr. Pamela Morris-Perez is a Professor of Applied Psychology at the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and an Affiliated Professor at the NYU School of Global Public Health.  An interdisciplinary scholar, Morris-Perez conducts research at the intersection of developmental psychology, suicidology, education, and policy. In her two-decades long career, she has secured more than $75M in funding and has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters, and policy reports. Her current early childhood work includes a $4M IES-funded partnership with NYCs Department of Education to support their historic expansion of Universal Pre-k and a $10M NIH-funded randomized trial of a tiered primary/secondary parenting intervention within pediatric primary care. Morris-Perez’s newest research, borne from the loss of her 17-year-old daughter to suicide in 2019, addresses adolescent suicide from a developmentally-informed, population-health perspective as part of a newly launched center entitled ARCADIA (A Research Center for Adolescent Interconnected Approaches) for Suicide Prevention. A former William T. Grant scholar, Morris-Perez served as lead editor of the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness and a member of the National Academy of Science’s Board on Children, Youth, and Families. She received a bachelor’s degree from Columbia University and a doctorate in Developmental Psychology from Cornell University.

Hannah Raskin

Hannah Raskin

Board Member

Hannah Raskin lives in Incline Village, Nevada with her husband Hank and dog Hippo. She has spent most of her career working at a bank in lending. She received her MBA from Berkeley Haas in California, completed her undergraduate studies at Amherst College in Massachusetts, and grew up in Maryland.

Hannah connected with Be Strong through her work on her brother’s memorial fund, the Tommy Raskin Memorial Fund for People & Animals, when she was leading an Acts of Kindness campaign to honor her brother’s legacy.  She loves the concept of recruiting kids and teens to care for their peers and is inspired by Be Strong’s Student Representative Program.

Margy Stevens

Margy Stevens

Board Member

Margaret (Margy) Stevens has devoted her life’s work to education, including such diverse roles as teacher, school psychologist, principal, prevention specialist, and consultant. Her positions have included:

Assistant Superintendent, Montgomery County Educational Service Center (retired)
Executive Director, Dayton Regional STEM Center (retired)

Margy has led numerous local, state, and national efforts, producing awards from the U.S. Department of Education, the Ohio Department of Education, the Alliance in Education, and others. To further awareness about critical issues affecting students, she has presented at numerous state and national conferences and published educational research focused on improving student achievement and closing achievement gaps.

She also served as an education liaison to Air Force Research Laboratories and STEM consultant/advocate for Pre-K through 12 teachers and school districts, higher education institutions throughout Ohio, and regional workforce development agencies. Currently, she is an educational consultant with schools in Kentucky, including Bellarmine University.

Margy splits her time between Kentucky and the Oregon Coast to be near family, which happily includes a grandson in each location!

Amy Stevenson

Amy Stevenson

Board Member

Amy Stevenson is a highly accomplished Senior Marketing Executive, CMO and transformation leader with an extensive background in marketing strategy, loyalty, digital marketing including social, innovation, and marketing analytics. She is passionate about brand storytelling and OBSESSED with the retail customer experience particularly the engagement and retention of high value customers.

Amy has been the CMO and SVP at both Designer Shoe Warehouse and Victoria’s Secret where she led the overall marketing strategy, digital marketing, customer insights, social, creative, customer marketing, offer strategy, and marketing analytics. She is currently the SVP Omnichannel Marketing and Ecommerce at Under Armour. She received an undergraduate degree from Wittenberg University and MBA from The Ohio State University.

Nicole Oropesa

Nicole Oropesa

Board Member

Nicole serves as Vice President of Programming for BrandStar. In this role she has brand oversight of national, original show properties including The Balancing Act, Military Makeover, Designing Spaces, Access Health and Inside The Blueprint.

Wanting to change people’s lives for the better, Nicole traded a career on Wall Street to pursue her passion in television. She followed her North Star, to create programming with a purpose that would help women to live their best and fullest lives. Nicole was a part of the creative development and launch team on our flagship series, The Balancing Act more than 20 years ago which gave her an outlet to drive the dialogue to help women balance their lives, to share stories and provide solutions that help make a positive impact in every facet of their lives.

Nicole is co-founder of BrandStar Cares C.A.R.E.S (Community, Action, Responsibility, Empathy and Service) our service committee formed to serve as the company’s citizenship and community engagement arm. As the nucleus of our BrandStar gem, BrandStar Cares mission is to positively impact people’s lives in the communities in which we live, work and play by playing an active role to support local non-profits by enhancing their respective impact in South Florida communities.

Nicole has spent the last 20+ years working with small-midsize, national and international brands to connect them with our audience through our unique, educational and entertaining show properties. She has been a driving force behind the branded entertainment industry, helping to build brands and creative cultures by working alongside Fortune 500 brand partners, non-profit organizations, advocacy groups and industry experts to educate and empower people.

Governance Board

Roy Moore

Roy Moore

Founder | Chairman of the Board

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Dr. Francine Baugh-Stewart, Principal

Dr. Francine Baugh-Stewart, Principal

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Julie Girardin-Boynton

Julie Girardin-Boynton

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David Browne

David Browne

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Elias Janetis

Elias Janetis

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Dr. Mike Rozenblum

Dr. Mike Rozenblum

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William “Will” Weyroski

William “Will” Weyroski

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Advisory Board

Ashleigh Cromer

Ashleigh Cromer

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Christine Ackerson

Christine Ackerson

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Jonica Armstrong

Jonica Armstrong

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Terry Boynton

Terry Boynton

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Patrick Chapman

Patrick Chapman

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Erin Chin

Erin Chin

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Mikey Dobin

Mikey Dobin

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Mike Flanagan

Mike Flanagan

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Dr. Sameer Hinduja

Dr. Sameer Hinduja

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Major Thomas E. Johnson, (Retired)

Major Thomas E. Johnson, (Retired)

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Michael Steven Levine

Michael Steven Levine

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Dr. Pamela Morris-Perez

Dr. Pamela Morris-Perez

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Nicole Oropesa

Nicole Oropesa

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Hannah Raskin

Hannah Raskin

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Margy Stevens

Margy Stevens

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Amy Stevenson

Amy Stevenson

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