Sarah was appointed the Executive Director of the HOW Foundation of South Florida in 2014. Before joining the HOW Foundation, Sarah completed an MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London. Her passion to help improve the quality of life for others compelled her to return to the United State and enter the nonprofit sector. Reporting to the Board of Directors, Sarah has the overall strategic and operational responsibility for HOW Foundation staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.
Originally from New York, Lisa joined HOW Foundation of South Florida as Director of Development in 2014. Lisa is also a longstanding member of the Palm Beach United Way Allocations Committee. Her previous experiences include serving on Seagull Industries’ Board of Directors for two years before becoming its Development Director, Director of Development at Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County, and Vice President of Development at the Alzheimer’s Association Southeast Florida Chapter.
Daughter of the first cardiovascular surgeon in Stamford, CT, Hilary grew up in a medical family. Before moving to south Florida, Hilary worked for a physical therapy service in Connecticut, coordinating their Parkinson’s Dance and Fall Prevention programs. Every day, she is excited about the opportunity to spread the word about hyperbaric oxygen therapy and how it helps people with neurological issues.
Patrick, a former Navy Rescue Swimmer, began his journey into the world of HBOT while attending the Divers Institute of Technology. Following his graduation and time spent as a deep sea diver, he moved back to the mountains of Idaho where he worked as a dive supervisor and outreach coordinator for the Hyperbarics of Sun Valley. Patrick utilized a mix of oxygen therapy and flyfishing to help heal dozens of our country’s veterans and first responders.