Dr. Arameh Anvarizadeh is a board member of Black Woman for Wellness serving as the current secretary. She is an alumna of the University of Southern California receiving a doctorate in Occupational Therapy and Science with an emphasis in Public Health. Dr.Anvarizadeh first partnered with Black Woman for Wellness while implementing her doctoral proposal, Project Active: a Lifestyle Redesign program for the Sandwiched Generation. Dr.Anvarizadeh is passionate about this organization's mission and is excited about its future endeavours.
Casandra Malry joined Black Women for Wellness' Board of Directors August 2012.
“Yaw” Frederick L. Davis formally began his professional career in after graduating in 1984 from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering in 1984. Mr. Davis has worked in the engineering field for 26 years; this includes a 6 year position as a Design Engineer for Parker Hannifin Corporation for 6 years and 20 years for the Boeing Company as Design Engineer, Project Engineer and Engineering Research and Development Manager.
Mr. Davis earned his private pilot license on August 14, 1993. He has logged over 250 flight hours in Cessna 150’s, 152’s, 172’s and Robin aircraft. Mr. Davis has taken aerobatic training and has been certified to perform maneuvers such as loops, aileron rolls, snap rolls, hammerhead stalls and inverted flight. Bessie Coleman, the first African American pilot to obtain a flying license, male or female, inspired Mr. Davis to learn the art of performing aerobatics.
Cynthia Oredugba began a long and well documented career as a community activist during her undergraduate years at Miami University, Oxford Ohio. As a college student, she was active in the peace and freedom movement, helping to found the Black Student Association as well as being a founding soror of the campus Delta Sigma Theta chapter.
Upon graduation, Cynthia moved to New York where she worked for the Girl Scout Council of Greater New York. Cynthia later moved to William Morris Agency serving as an Agent in the theatre department and motion picture. While in New York she became active in Black Women for Social Concern, a volunteer organization that raised monies to aid Hale House in Harlem, which provides care for drug-addicted infants.
Auleria Eakins joined Black Women for Wellness' Board of Directors August 2012.
Ms. Perry, a Financial Consultant, is a Board Director, is the Board Secretary and is on the Fundraising Committee. Ms. Perry is a Financial Ms. Perry is the author of "All About the Benjamins: Helping People Create Sustainable Wealth in the Midst of Financial Insanity.."