H. Jean Wright II, PsyD is a highly experienced, professionally trained Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, currently serving as an administrator for the city of Philadelphia, PA and as an Adjunct Professor for Temple University’s Department of Psychology.
Lorryn Daena Logan is currently an Associate Counsel with the Board of Veterans Appeals with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Lorryn Logan received her Bachelor of Science degree from Washington Adventist University (formerly known as Columbia Union College) in 1990 and her Juris Doctorate from American University Washington College of Law in 1996. She is a member of the Maryland and District of Columbia Bars.
Lynell Babienco, CPA, CGMA is a Finance Coordinator at Kettering Health Network with over 30 years of nonprofit accounting experience. Her areas of expertise include Foundation reporting and accounting, Form 990 tax reporting, and nonprofit audit reporting. Lynell currently leads the Network General Accounting team and manages all aspects of accounting.
Harvey Hahn currently serves as the Director of the Kettering Cardiovascular Fellowship Training Program and the Director of the Kettering Non-invasive Laboratory at the Kettering Medical Center and an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at Wright State University/Boonshoft School of Medicine.
Edward L. white is a retired Air Force civilian human resource manager. After retiring he served as a Sinclair Community College adjunct management instructor; human resource management consultant for governmental agencies; and employee and labor relations instructor, Graduate School, US Department of Agriculture. During his Air Force service, he was Director of Civilian Personnel, Strategic Air Command, where he was responsible for overall development, implementation, administration, and evaluation of a civilian personnel program for 25 Air Force bases with 25,000 civilian employees.
Krista Mainess currently serves as the National Homestay Director for A+ Global Education, Inc., a homestay provider for international students interested in studying in the United States. She is responsible for forging relationships with schools, hiring and training Homestay Managers, training host families and conflict resolution.
The majority of Ron Mainess' career has been supporting the implementation of major government initiatives across the country. He has contributed to the success of many federal and State/County project and program offices where he held such roles as Operations Manager, Business Manager, Program Controls Manager, Process Manager, Assistant/Deputy Project Manager and Project Manager. Ron has played a significant role on the program and project teams that have supported many federal agencies and departments including the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and all the armed services.
Alina Joseph currently serves as the Executive Director of the Heart & Vascular Service for Kettering Health Network. In her role, she is responsible for overall strategic direction and administration of cardiac and vascular services across the network. This includes developing and meeting quality, patient safety, growth, mission, personnel and financial goals. Alina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and a Master’s degree in Business Administration. Alina is married and has two teenage children. She enjoys knitting, music, exercising, mission work, and spending time outdoors with her family.