Steering Committee Members

*Indicates Chapter Board

Michelle Carlson

Michelle Carlson

Membership Chair
Managing Director, J.P. Morgan

My brother’s family and especially my sister in law are so critical to my mom’s

day to day care and happiness. They share an outsized burden because of this disease. We have a caregiver that is a gift to our family as well. She is amazing. I am out of town and joining this group allows me the opportunity to learn more, engage more and to help make a difference eradicating this terrible disease. I believe in the power of family and a community of those that care enough to make a difference. I am looking to help be a more active part of IWCA to make a difference.

Lourdes Cornelius

Lourdes Cornelius

Program Co-Chair
President, Electrolysis For You

I joined IWCA for my friends and family who have been impacted by Alzheimer’s.

Some watched their loved ones suffer for many years, others for a short time. I am thrilled to be part of this dynamic team of women who are dedicated to educating and supporting its members.

Jill Felkins

Jill Felkins

Communications Co-Chair
Shareholder, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney

I joined IWCA to continue the fight against

Alzheimer’s on behalf of all my friends and family impacted by the disease.

Cheri McEssy

Cheri McEssy*

Owner/President, CMAC McVentures LLC

Not only are women the majority of unpaid caregivers in our society, they are also, unfortunately, the majority of the

diagnosis’ of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. I want to be part of the education and preparation and navigation of these rough waters for all women, supporting them at every level of interaction with this terrible disease.

Barbara Moran-Goodrich

Barbara Moran-Goodrich

Power of Purple Co-Chair
CEO & Co-founder, Moran Family of Brands

I joined IWCA in honor of my mom, who has been battling Alzheimer’s for

over the past 6 years, and for all those women who have been impacted by this disease. By helping and supporting IWCA I hope to bring awareness to others on the effects this disease has on women and families.

Colleen Murphy

Colleen Murphy

Power of Purple Co-Chair
Sales & Marketing Business Consultant, Millennium Marketing Group, LTD

I joined IWCA to come together with other women and raise awareness while

encouraging more women to join in the fight against Alzheimer’s.

Aimee Nolan

Aimee Nolan*

Chair, IWCA
Vice President, Associate General Counsel, W.W. Grainger, Inc.

I joined IWCA in honor of my mother who passed away from early onset of

Alzheimer’s at age 62, because I want to do all I can in the fight against this devastating disease so we can one day live in a world without Alzheimer’s.

Victoria Raymont

Victoria Raymont*

Principal, Raymont Group, Inc.

Alzheimer’s is such a family affair for me – my mother and both her brothers. Ending this despicable disease motivates me, and particularly for the women who are

disproportionately affected with it and who are caregivers for others with it.

Sheri Supena

Sheri Supena*

Volunteer, Caregiver, Actor

Having faced Alzheimer’s with my mom, I know how rough the journey is and want to

do whatever I can to ease the way for others while encouraging more women to join in the fight against Alzheimer’s.

Jan Tratnik

Jan Tratnik*

Principal, Jan Tratnik Consulting

Alzheimer’s impacts the lives of many women I know and that motivates me

to help engage more women in our mission to end this disease.

Mary Wasik

Mary Wasik*

Partner, Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC

I joined IWCA because so many women are living with Alzheimer’s or are

caregivers and advocates for those with the disease, and united together we can increase awareness and the support necessary to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease.

Lynn Watkins-Asiyanbi

Lynn Watkins-Asiyanbi

Programs Co-Chair
Deputy General Counsel, JBT Corporation

I joined IWCA to help reach a more diverse

audience about our message regarding education and empowerment through the Alzheimer’s Association about this disease that impacts almost every family, including mine (now twice).

Nancy Woodworth

Nancy Woodworth*

Communications Co-Chair
Shareholder, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney

I joined IWCA to get more involved in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

I am fighting to end Alzheimer’s in honor of my mom, my dad and my grandma. I look forward to working with all of you to help find a cure during our lifetime.

Debra Zabloudil

Debra Zabloudil

President & CEO, The Learning Studio, Inc.

One of the reasons joining was so important to me is that I have seen first hand (as many of us have) the

catastrophic effects of Alzheimer’s on a family. I want to work toward a cure, and also to help provide community and service to those living with the disease, as well as caretakers.