Board Members


Mr. Healey is the Executive Co-Chairman of the Viking Group, which manages Viking Yachts, large investment portfolios and commercial and residential real estate interests. Mr. Healey’s philanthropic activities include Board positions on the Healey Education Foundation, Gleneayre Equestrian Program and Children’s Resource Center, a non-profit community swim club and nature center with a high and low ropes course to build self-esteem in children. He is the Co-Founder of the Healey International Relief Foundation. To read Mr. Healey’s full biography click here.


An alumnus of Camden Catholic High School, Saint Joseph’s University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Mr. Healey has long been involved in philanthropic projects. From the International Education Foundation to the Healey International Relief Foundation, Mr. Healey’s projects have helped thousands. To read Mr. Healey’s full biography click here.


Ms. Lewis is the Rome Bureau Chief for EWTN covering the Vatican since 2005. She is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Notre Dame, Indiana and earned a Diploma from the University of Fribourg in Switzerland. She writes a daily blog, “Joan’s Rome,” records daily radio news links, a weekend radio show “Vatican Insider,” and occasional TV appearances. She was previously with the Holy See, where she was named to a number of Holy See delegations to United Nations conferences. Ms. Lewis is a Dame of the Order of St. Sylvester – named by Pope Benedict on June 24, 2005; Dame of the Constantinian Order of St. George and President of the Parish Council at Santa Susanna’s Church in Rome.


Mr. Scott is the Principal at Scott Consulting LLC, a public affairs firm specializing in legislative matters and strategic communication. Riley moved back to Kansas after spending seven years in Washington, DC. As State Director and Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Senator Jerry Moran he oversaw the Senator’s five state offices, as well as attending events on behalf of the Senator when he was in Washington. In addition, Riley supported the Senator’s political and fundraising operations. Prior to Senator Moran’s office, Riley worked for Senator Brownback. He is a graduate of Lawrence High School (1999), Kent State University (2004), and has a Masters in Political Communication from Johns Hopkins University (2009). Riley’s wife, Julia, is an ER doctor at Stormont Vail in Topeka, KS and they have three children—Olivia and Ben. They live in Lawrence, KS.

Patrick  H.  Lukulay,  Ph.D.

With more than 12 years of experience in pharmaceutical drug development and analytical research, Dr.Lukulay has held a number of leadership positions at Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and Pfizer as lead scientist and group leader of analytical teams involved in analytical research and development. He has authored more than 15 publications in reputable peer-review journals and is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences on pharmaceutical analysis, quality control and quality assurance systems for medicines. He is a member of the American Chemical Society, the Roll Back Malaria, Procurement and Supply Chain Management Work Group and a member of the board of directors for the Professional Science Masters Program for major Universities in the United States. His professional interest includes partnering with developing countries and other stakeholders to improve drug quality in developing countries. Patrick received a B.S. degree (Hons) from the University of Sierra Leone, an M.S. degree in analytical chemistry from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from Michigan State University.


Dr. Iaccarino is an attending physician at Massachusetts General and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. She is also a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Her practice is concentrated in Acute Sports Concussions and Rehabilitation. She has been an invited speaker in the United States and Europe on the effect and rehabilitation of brain injuries. Dr. Iaccarino has cared for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and traveled to Sierra Leone to deliver rehabilitation care to amputees affected by the country’s civil war. She received her B.S. and Degree in Medicine from Georgetown University, fulfilled her Internship in Internal Medicine at the University of Virginia and completed her residency at the Harvard Medical School Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital.


Mrs. Hughes is a Washington D.C.-based business consultant and the President of Seraphim Ventures LLC.  She is an active member of NextGen Venture Partners D.C. Chapter, a network-driven venture firm. Mrs. Hughes is an alumnus of Merion Mercy Academy (2004), Georgetown University School of Foreign Service (2008) and University of Maryland Smith School of Business (2012), where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service and a Masters in Business Administration, respectively. She has resided in Egypt, Turkey, and Ecuador and currently lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband who works for the U.S. State Department.  Mrs. Hughes visited Sierra Leone in March 2013 and has been a board member of the Healey International Relief Foundation since August 2015.


Robert Sherriff is a 1984 alumnus of Sedbergh School and Bristol University in the UK. An experienced manufacturing entrepreneur he spent over 25 years working in China, most recently as the CEO of Item Industries Ltd, a consumer product contract manufacturer he co-founded in 1993. Item Industries specialized in the design and manufacture of infant feeding products, medical and pest control devices, and personal hydration systems for some of the world’s leading brands including Philips / Avent, SC Johnson, Church and Dwight, Energizer / Playtex, Tommee Tippee, CamelBak and others. Mr. Sherriff sold this business in 2016.   From 2001 – 2014 Robert served as Non-Executive Director and at times Vice-Chair of the Association of Sustainable & Responsible Investment in Asia, based in Hong Kong, a not-for-profit, membership association dedicated to promoting corporate responsibility and sustainable investment practice in the Asia Pacific region. This organization merged with UN PRI in October 2015.