Meet the Board

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Ann Lewis

Ann Mody Lewis has been a psychotherapist in Fort Lauderdale for over thirty years.

Her work has put her in the unique position of understanding how spirituality and psychology complement each other in our search for wholeness and peace.

Dr. Lewis earned her Bachelor’s degree at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York; her Master’s and Specialist’s degrees from Nova Southeastern University; and her Doctorate from Fairfax University. She has been a private practitioner since 1986. She is the recipient of NAWBO Bravo: Spirit of the Community Award; Dorland Health PEOPLE Award; and inducted into the Broward County Women’s Hall of Fame in 2011.

Ann writes extensively about the way cultural issues become a powerful influence  on our psychological development. She has published three books and numerous articles on the complexities and wonder of human relationships. Her daily writings on Facebook, Twitter and Blogs have evolved over the years.  

She loves thinking and cooking, sharing and caring about better ways for us to understand life. She believes our human journey is our greatest romance.

Ann Mody Lewis PhD is available for lectures or services. Ann is an experienced speaker who makes psychospiritual insights come alive for her audience. Powerful, yet moving messages are well received by thousands of listeners.

Contact her directly at 954-776-0400 EXT. 1

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Wade Terwilliger

Wade Terwilliger earned a BA in Economics, Marketing & Business Administration from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan) and Capitol University (Columbus, OH).

Mr. Terwilliger is currently the president and owner of Palm Beach Modern Auctions, Urban Culture Auctions, Objects20c Gallery, and Modem5961 which are auction houses and galleries representing 20th century art, design and decorative accessories located in West Palm Beach, FL.

Previously, Mr. Terwilliger was the owner of Florida Environmental Engineering, Inc. in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

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Maggie Davidson

Maggie earned a BS degree from the University of Baltimore and her CPA license in Maryland, subsequently transferring her CPA license to Florida. 

She worked for over 20 years in the financial services industry, specializing for 13 years as a retirement planner.

Maggie retired in 2006 to focus full time on women’s rights and electoral politics. 

In more recent years, her volunteer work also has included activities with the Broward County League of Women Voters and treasurer of the Friends of the North Regional Broward College Library. 

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Sharyn Bey

Sharyn Bey has been in visual arts for all her life, starting with interior design after graduating from The New York School of Interior Design.

Sharyn started her own design firm specializing in model homes for builders which eventually led to a career as a spec home builder in Fort Lauderdale.

As an avid photographer, studying at The New School in New York, the natural segue was to video and in 2007, Sharyn launched her new adventure into film-making. Sharyn currently resides, works and breathes her work in Fort Lauderdale.

Amanda Wendel

Amanda Wendel is a Dental Hygienist serving patients in a private practice in Boca Raton. She
earned her Bachelor’s degree from St. Petersburg College in 2010 and has volunteered her
services for The Caridad Clinic caring for the underserved migrant farm workers of Palm Beach
County. Her passions include family, fitness and a deep aspiration towards living a spiritual life.

Anne Llewellyn

Anne Llewellyn is a registered nurse with over forty-three years of experience in critical care, risk
management, case management, patient advocacy, healthcare publications and training and development. Anne is a leader in case management and was the President of the Case Management Society of America 2003-4. 

She was awarded their Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015 for her service to the case management industry. She also served on the Patient Advocate Certification Board and was one of the professionals to develop and launch the first National Certification in Patient Advocacy.

Anne is also a patient, a Brain Cancer Survivor, who uses her expertise and knowledge to educate people about how to navigate the complex healthcare system and remind healthcare professionals about the importance of providing patient and family centered care. Today, Anne works as a Nurse Advocate to assist people on their healthcare journeys.

Lisselott Castillo

Lisselott Castillo is a motivated and enthusiastic immigrant from Venezuela with
communication skills in English and Spanish with a strong desire to improve her
spirituality through diverse faiths.

Lisselott got her first degree in Education, and then she became a lawyer in Venezuela.
She was an elementary teacher for ten years and then worked as a lawyer in public
administration and her law firm.
Lisselott emigrated to the US in 2012 because she was prosecuted politically. She has
been married for 12 years with the best companion God could have chosen for her and
has two amazing kids.

As part of her plans to get used to the new culture, she became a US citizen in 2018.
She decided to study and got a master’s degree in Education specializing in Spanish at
Nova Southeastern University in 2016. She is pursuing her doctoral degree in Education
at the same university. She also studied for three years at St. Thomas University,
obtaining a certificate in Spiritual Companionship Program with Practicum in Spiritual
Direction in 2019.

She loves helping others and has so much passion for Education, reading, and writing.
She works from home as a writer and Spanish teacher online.
Lisselott considers herself an imperfect spiritual person who likes to contemplate God in
small details through prayer, silence, meditation, music, singing in her car, journaling,
daily life, and struggles. She has much desire to keep growing, healing, valuing her true self, and discovering God’s purpose in her life.

Lea Singh

Lea Singh is a healthcare executive with more than 25 years of experience in physician practice operations and strategic planning, health insurance sales & account
management. She has managed profit and loss statements with operating incomes of $26M and operating revenues of $150M.

Lea attained her MBA in Health Sector and Policy at the University of Miami in
December, 2019 and has a BS in Biology from SUNY Stony Brook, class of 1990. 
Lea enjoys volunteering in various community events such as food pantries, was
recently the Treasurer for The Fort Lauderdale Opera Society and mentoring young
adults on how to negotiate salaries and difficult situations at the corporate workplace. 
Lea is originally from Guyana, South America; she emigrated to Ontario, Canada in
1977 with her parents where the family lived until 1983 until they moved permanently to
Queens, New York to pursue US citizenship.

In 2005, Lea re-located from New York to Fort Lauderdale to pursue a job opportunity and has remained there, calling Broward County her permanent home. She lives with her husband, David McCoy, a British private yacht captain, and their 15 year old Maine coon cat, Coco.  
Lea loves cooking, enjoys hosting dinner parties, listening to classical music, traveling,
is an avid reader, and wants to spend more time maintaining her yoga practice.