Board of Directors

 
 
Sean Green Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Central Florida and certified health education specialist. His work specializes in testicular self-examination and testicular cancer, male health behavioral change, instrumentation design, and health communication.

Michael J. Rovito, Ph.D., CHES, FMHI

Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Central Florida and certified health education specialist. His work specializes in testicular self-examination and testicular cancer, male health behavioral change, instrumentation design, and health communication.

Robert Resciniti, FMHI

Founder/President of the Bobby Resciniti Healing Hearts Foundation and former District Manager for Publix Supermarkets. Philanthropist, dedicated public servant, nonprofit management specialist, and loving father.

Jeremy Tamaya   A certified health education specialist and currently her Doctor of Public Health with a specialization in Health Education through Loma Linda University. Her research interests include maternal and child health, positive youth development, motivational interviewing, and health education program planning and evaluation.
 

Kathy E. Rovito, DrPH(c), MPH, CHES, FMHI

A certified health education specialist and currently her Doctor of Public Health with a specialization in Health Education through Loma Linda University. Her research interests include maternal and child health, positive youth development, motivational interviewing, and health education program planning and evaluation.

 
 
 
Ann Eckart A cultural anthropologist. His clinical training consists of behavioral health consultation in primary care at Delaware Valley Community Heath, and case management at Einstein Medical Center Department of Outpatient Psychiatry, both in Philadelphia. Frank is a certified peer facilitator for Chronic Disease Self-Management workshops.

Frank Johnson, Ph.D., FMHI

cultural anthropologist. His clinical training consists of behavioral health consultation in primary care at Delaware Valley Community Heath, and case management at Einstein Medical Center Department of Outpatient Psychiatry, both in Philadelphia. Frank is a certified peer facilitator for Chronic Disease Self-Management workshops.

Donald Hill Associate Professor of Health in the Department of Movement Arts, Health Studies, and Leisure Studies at Bridgewater State University. Dr. Leone’s academic interests include: male health, body image, drug abuse epidemiology (androgenic anabolic steroids), celiac disease, and issues in professional development.
 

James E. Leone, Ph.D., MPh, ATC, CSCS, *D, CHES, FMHI

Associate Professor of Health in the Department of Movement Arts, Health Studies, and Leisure Studies at Bridgewater State University. Dr. Leone’s academic interests include: male health, body image, drug abuse epidemiology (androgenic anabolic steroids), celiac disease, and issues in professional development.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Fellows

 
 
Corporate Director of Community Health Improvement at INTEGRIS Health in Oklahoma City. He received his BA in Advertising from Central State University and his MA in Public Relations/Communications from the University of Oklahoma.

Steve Petty, MA, FMHI

Corporate Director of Community Health Improvement at INTEGRIS Health in Oklahoma City. He received his BA in Advertising from Central State University and his MA in Public Relations/ Communications from the University of Oklahoma.

 
A clinical pharmacist, testicular cancer survivor, and Founder of the Testicular Cancer Society. He attended Xavier University and then graduated with a B.S. in Pharmacy from the University of Cincinnati.
 

Mike Craycraft, R.Ph., FMHI

A clinical pharmacist, testicular cancer survivor, and Founder of the Testicular Cancer Society. He attended Xavier University and then graduated with a B.S. in Pharmacy from the University of Cincinnati.

 
Graduated from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine-Bradenton. His research interests include men's health, robotic urologic surgery, and osteopathic manipulative therapy. 
 

Chase T. Cavayero, DO, FMHI

Graduated from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine-Bradenton. His research interests include men's health, robotic urologic surgery, and osteopathic manipulative therapy. 

 
 
Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology, William Beaumont School of Medicine, Vice President, MIU Men's Health Foundation / Fight Like a Man - Detroit, and a partner at the Michigan Institute of Urology with a primary focus on male health

Michael Lutz, MD, FMHI

Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology, William Beaumont School of Medicine, Vice President, MIU Men's Health Foundation / Fight Like a Man - Detroit, and a partner at the Michigan Institute of Urology with a primary focus on male health