Terrie Paladino, Board Chair
A graduate of NYU's Stern School of Business, Terrie is the President & Co-Founder of the PhB Group, a marketing consultancy. She previously served as EVP/Chief Development Officer of Publicis USA - the domestic arm of the second largest communications company in the world. During her tenure, Terrie led the team that transformed the then little known Paris-based agency into the fastest growing top-tier communications firms in the country; tripling it in size and significantly expanding it's roster of the world's leading brands. Terrie also has extensive experience in the non-profit arena, having served as Chair of the Global Nomads Group, President of the Board of Trustees of the Bedford Hills Library, and President & Co-Founder of the civic group BH Live.
Margaret Davino, Esq.
Margaret Davino is a partner in the New York City and Princeton, NJ offices of Fox Rothschild LLP, and a member of the firm's 75 attorney health law group. Former General Counsel to medical centers in New York and New Jersey, Ms. Davino has experience in a broad spectrum of healthcare matters, including transactional, compliance, contractual, corporate, regulatory, governance, managed care/payer, and risk management issues. She has been included in the list of "Super Lawyers" for Health Law in New York every year since 2007. Ms. Davino formerly chaired the Health Law section of the NY State Bar Association and is a board member for the Health & Hospital Law section of the New Jersey Bar Association. She is also a registered nurse.
Christine was a founding principal of Women for Women International's London office and served as Chair of that office's board from 2005 through 2010; she is currently a active member of Women for Women's U.S. board. Other leadership positions include the McDowell Colony Board of Directors, the Advisory Council for the School of Public Health at Brown University, and the Executive Committee for the Parents Leadership Council at Brown.
Andrea is a graduate of Columbia University Business School and has spent most of her career in Latin American and U.S financial and corporate markets. She is particularly interested in investing in women-owned and operated businesses and supporting medical initiatives serving this group. To this end, Andrea has been an active member of an angel investment group and recently joined Saving Mothers' Board of Directors, where she serves the organization as its Secretary.
Samira Nanda Sine
Samira is the NY Director of Common Sense Media. With over 15 years as a writer, on-air broadcaster and producer, she has worked at the BBC World Business Desk, Reuters Television News and the Huffington Post, and her field work has inspired her to raise awareness of global public health crises. Samira holds a master's degree in journalism from NYU, a master's degree in English Literature from Bombay University in India, and a bachelor's degree in Economics & Political Science from Mount Carmel College in Bangalore, India.