Each member of Nancy’s House Board of Directors gives generously in time, talents, and financial resources to help Nancy’s House serve a growing need to help caregivers.
We are actively seeking additional board members, as some have moved, are on leave, or have fulfilled their term of service. We welcome inquiries.
Elissa Lewin is the Founder of Nancy’s House. She is also a licensed psychologist in private practice. As Executive Director of Nancy’s House, Elissa is a non-voting member and an advocate for our guests.
David Wragg is Board President of Nancy’s House. He is an experienced executive coach and accomplished Resources executive. He has extensive international business experience working with organizations improving business results effective people management. Adopting a pragmatic, business-oriented approach, David helps his clients solve organization/people challenges through consulting and coaching.
Kimberly Terry joined the board in June, 2015. She interned as a research associate during the 2014-2015 school year while she completed her master’s degree at Arcadia in International Peace and Conflict Resolution. Now, while serving on the board, Kim is also a Ph.D. candidate and works serving marginalized and underserved populations.
Cathy Sikorski joined the board in September, 2017. She has been a significant caregiver for the last 25 years for seven different family members and friends. A published humorist, Sikorski is also a practicing attorney who limits her practice to Elder Law. Her combined legal and humor expertise has made her a sought after speaker where she tackles the Comedy of Caregiving and the legal issues that affect those who will one day be or need a caregiver (which is everyone).
Erin Franke joined the board in September, 2017. She is a web and software developer in the health and wellness industry, and previously ran a web development company focusing on accessibility for people with disabilities. Erin is herself disabled and sees Nancy’s House, in its mission to care for family caregivers, as playing a crucial part in the autonomy of other care recipients.