Joel Dvoskin is a forensic and clinical psychologist. Joel is a Diplomate in Forensic Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology, a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Psychology-Law Society. He is past President of Psychologists in Public Service, Division 18 of the APA, and also past President of the American Psychology-Law Society, Division 41 of the APA.
Zak Mucha, LCSW is a therapist in private practice, and a consultant/counselor for organizations dedicated to the protection of children. He is a mentor in the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis Fellowship Program and has presented workshops and seminars on emotional abuse, childhood trauma and the connection between psychosis and art.
Antoinette Nascimento is an architect with over 25 years experience. She founded amnArchitecture in 1997 to provide design, engineering, and construction management services to clients who are generally underserved in the community and to educate and engage people to create sustainable and economically feasible architecture.
Bill is a managing director at Deutsche Bank (DB) where he heads Structured Solutions within the Equities Division. His Wall Street career includes Managing Director for Goldman Sachs where he lead Retail Derivative Distribution, all assets classes, and JPMorgan twice where he worked in Corporate Finance and Sales & Trading. At DB, he manages the institutions equity derivatives businesses for insurance, pensions/endowments/foundations, mutual funds, the internal and external equity derivative retail businesses, the issuance and distribution of retail debt, and the marketing of quantitative investment strategies. Bill is also a board member of United States of America Track and Field (USATF).
Bill Sr. is a retired Department of Defense executive who enjoys volunteering his time and expertise to activities which are close to him and beneficial to the community. These have resulted in receipt of national and community awards. Bill has served as President, Board of Directors, Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center; National Historian, African American Historical and Genealogical Society where he is a recent recipient of the Distinguished National Service Award.
Max Siegel is a renowned sports and entertainment executive who became the fourth CEO of USA Track & Field. In his first 32 months as USATF’s CEO, Siegel led the organization to unprecedented financial growth and programmatic evolution. He previously served as President of Global Operations at Dale Earnhardt Inc., where he sold tens of millions of dollars in sponsorship; and as Senior Vice President at Sony/BMGand as President of Zomba Gospel, Tommy Boy Gospel and Verity Records, he led one of the most profitable divisions in the Sony BMG system.