|Jeffrey S. Wachs, ESQ.
Fort Lauderdale , FL
|Norman Hadley, Ph.D.
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St John’s Newfoundland
CANADA A1B 3XBTelex. 016-4101
|Rachel G. Klein, Ph.D.Fascitelli Family Professor of Child and Adolescent PsychiatryNYU Child Study Center
1 Park Avenue, at 33rd Street
7th Floor, Office 220
New York, NY 10016Tel.: 646-754-4931
|Sandra Coiffman-Yohros, PSY.D.
Clinical Director Mind Spectrum Institute
19300 West Dixie Hyw
North Miami Bch, FL 33180
|Eric Hollander, M.D.
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Director-Spectrum Neuroscience and Treatment Institute
901 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10021
|Thomas R. Kratochwill, Ph.D.
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Educational Sciences Building
1025 West Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53706
|We proudly announce our Core Advisory Board.We are so proud of our young adults! Through their determination and perseverance they are on their way to making a life for themselves.EXEMPLARY ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERSIN LOVING MEMORY OF TIFFANY NEALON—12/12/78 to 3/7/07
Tiffany will be sadly missed by the Foundation. She graciously shared her talent with us as the creator of the website boy/girl graphic art and book cover. She was successful in conquering Selective Mutism! This is truly an inspiration for all suffering from Selective Mutism, and that with determination and perseverance, you can succeed! We will always be grateful for her sharing a part of her life with us. Tiffany will remain in our hearts forever!
“How can words express the value placed on a soul who is loved so dearly by those who hold her close to their heart? Tiffany Nealon, who was 28 years old, was an exemplary advisory board member for the Selective Mutism Foundation. She not only donated her time towards the Foundation by designing a book cover, but she was also a talented graphic artist. She was an amazing person to her family, friends and loved ones. She was also on her way to getting married to her fiancé, Mike. This time of sorrow will heal itself in time, but cherished moments should always remain an important part of her life.”
Love, your Selective Mutism Foundation family.