OUR BOARD

Holistic Life Coach, co-founder and Chair of Sharp Again Naturally. After receiving her MBA from Columbia Business School in 1981, Lisa worked in corporate human resources and consulting. She obtained her M.Ed. in Counseling while raising her two daughters, and during a 3-year stint in London she began exploring alternative therapies.  She attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and became a certified health coach in 2002. 

Over the last 14 years, Lisa has worked with clients suffering with a range of issues (including MS, fibromyalgia, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis), all of whom have been helped through better nutrition and a healthier lifestyle. Lisa speaks on a variety of topics in academic, community, and business settings.

For over 25 years, Lisa has been a volunteer and board member of The New Jewish Home. She spearheaded adoption of the Green House approach which is converting part of Jewish Home's Sarah Neuman facility into patient-centered Small Houses. As “Sage” for the first Small House, Lisa maintains regular contact with elders (including those with Alzheimer’s disease) and their families; this contributes to her ongoing appreciation not only of the complexity of the health care system and the regulatory environment, but also the practical issues involved in caring for people as they age.

Lisa Feiner, MBA, M.Ed.

Holistic Life Coach, co-founder and Chair of Sharp Again Naturally. After receiving her MBA from Columbia Business School in 1981, Lisa worked in corporate human resources and consulting. She obtained her M.Ed. in Counseling while raising her two daughters, and during a 3-year stint in London she began exploring alternative therapies. She attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and became a certified health coach in 2002. Over the last 14 years, Lisa has worked with clients suffering with a range of issues (including MS, fibromyalgia, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis), all of whom have been helped through better nutrition and a healthier lifestyle. Lisa speaks on a variety of topics in academic, community, and business settings. For over 25 years, Lisa has been a volunteer and board member of The New Jewish Home. She spearheaded adoption of the Green House approach which is converting part of Jewish Home’s Sarah Neuman facility into patient-centered Small Houses. As “Sage” for the first Small House, Lisa maintains regular contact with elders (including those with Alzheimer’s disease) and their families; this contributes to her ongoing appreciation not only of the complexity of the health care system and the regulatory environment, but also the practical issues involved in caring for people as they age.
Financial Planner. Paul began his career in finance on the floor of the American Stock Exchange in 2001 and spent 14 years on Wall Street in various trading roles. He is now off of a trading desk, and working at an independent firm, helping clients to ensure their financial well-being. He recognizes that when a loved one has a cognitive disorder, it can have a lasting effect on the entire family. Paul uses his personal experiences to help families put a plan in place, so they can concentrate on supporting their loved one and getting them the care they need. 
Paul received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Binghamton University in 2001 and currently resides with his wife and 2 children in Rye, NY.
He first learned about Sharp Again Naturally in early 2015 when he attended a presentation hosted at the Wainwright House in Rye, NY. His father was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia in 2014 and his family was looking for ways to help him. After learning about reversible causes of dementia, Paul consulted with his father’s doctors and a holistic doctor to reduce his medication and improve his diet. Paul attributes the progress his father made in the months following to the knowledge he gained from Sharp Again Naturally.

Paul Tramontozzi

Financial Planner. Paul began his career in finance on the floor of the American Stock Exchange in 2001 and spent 14 years on Wall Street in various trading roles. He is now off of a trading desk, and working at an independent firm, helping clients to ensure their financial well-being. He recognizes that when a loved one has a cognitive disorder, it can have a lasting effect on the entire family. Paul uses his personal experiences to help families put a plan in place, so they can concentrate on supporting their loved one and getting them the care they need. Paul received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Binghamton University in 2001 and currently resides with his wife and 2 children in Rye, NY. He first learned about Sharp Again Naturally in early 2015 when he attended a presentation hosted at the Wainwright House in Rye, NY. His father was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia in 2014 and his family was looking for ways to help him. After learning about reversible causes of dementia, Paul consulted with his father’s doctors and a holistic doctor to reduce his medication and improve his diet. Paul attributes the progress his father made in the months following to the knowledge he gained from Sharp Again Naturally.
Trained in all aspects of general dentistry, with an emphasis on cosmetic dentistry, temporomandibular joint disorders, craniofacial pain and sleep dental medicine. An acknowledged pioneer in the relationship between dental issues and whole body health, he was one first dentists to eliminate the use of mercury from his practice.

Dr. Hindin was President (2000-2010) of the Foundation for the Advancement of Innovative Medicine (FAIM). The foundation offered educational services to professionals and the public on complementary medicine as well as advocacy for patient and doctor rights. In addition, Dr. Hindin advanced the use of acupuncture in dentistry and general medicine as the Director of the Acupuncture Program for Substance Abuse in Rockland County. There he developed, supervised, and trained personnel to provide acupuncture for the Rockland County Alcohol and Substance Abuse Outpatient Services.

Dr. Hindin is the co-founder and president of the Academy of Physiologic Medicine and Dentistry (AAPMD) an organization to prevent the proliferation of chronic disease in the U.S. based on airway, sleep and breathing awareness, research and education and Director of the Foundation for Airway Health, a not for profit, dedicated to raising awareness about airway / sleep health and providing education, resources and access to care for those in need. He is also the first dentist elected to the board of the ACAM, the American College for Advancement of Medicine.

He is also an active member of the American Academy of Pain Management, American Academy of Cranio-Facial Pain, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Association, International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, and the NY State Society of Acupuncture for Physician and Dentists. Dr. Hindin has presented important position papers to dental and medical groups throughout the country. His research into the dental - medical connection and systemic balance has shaped the medical community’s understanding of this growing and important field. 

www.hindincenter.com

Dr. Howard Hindin, D.D.S.

Trained in all aspects of general dentistry, with an emphasis on cosmetic dentistry, temporomandibular joint disorders, craniofacial pain and sleep dental medicine. An acknowledged pioneer in the relationship between dental issues and whole body health, he was one first dentists to eliminate the use of mercury from his practice. Dr. Hindin was President (2000-2010) of the Foundation for the Advancement of Innovative Medicine (FAIM). The foundation offered educational services to professionals and the public on complementary medicine as well as advocacy for patient and doctor rights. In addition, Dr. Hindin advanced the use of acupuncture in dentistry and general medicine as the Director of the Acupuncture Program for Substance Abuse in Rockland County. There he developed, supervised, and trained personnel to provide acupuncture for the Rockland County Alcohol and Substance Abuse Outpatient Services. Dr. Hindin is the co-founder and president of the Academy of Physiologic Medicine and Dentistry (AAPMD) an organization to prevent the proliferation of chronic disease in the U.S. based on airway, sleep and breathing awareness, research and education and Director of the Foundation for Airway Health, a not for profit, dedicated to raising awareness about airway / sleep health and providing education, resources and access to care for those in need. He is also the first dentist elected to the board of the ACAM, the American College for Advancement of Medicine. He is also an active member of the American Academy of Pain Management, American Academy of Cranio-Facial Pain, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Association, International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, and the NY State Society of Acupuncture for Physician and Dentists. Dr. Hindin has presented important position papers to dental and medical groups throughout the country. His research into the dental – medical connection and systemic balance has shaped the medical community’s understanding of this growing and important field. www.hindincenter.com
Editorial consultant, psychotherapist, author. Jacqui spearheaded the founding of Sharp Again Naturally. Her mother, who died of Alzheimer’s in 2010 after 15 years of decline, was never tested for any of the causes about which Sharp Again educates the public and the medical community. However, because of the work she was doing, Jacqui had herself tested, and in 2013 began reversing her own symptoms of early dementia.
Previously, Jacqui worked in both clinical and corporate settings. She practiced psychotherapy for 25 years, coauthoring books on forgiving, on loving oneself, and on functioning creatively. Concurrently, she worked in the corporate world as editorial consultant, trainer, and writer, originally with McKinsey

Jacqui Bishop, M.S.

Editorial consultant, psychotherapist, author. Jacqui spearheaded the founding of Sharp Again Naturally. Her mother, who died of Alzheimer’s in 2010 after 15 years of decline, was never tested for any of the causes about which Sharp Again educates the public and the medical community. However, because of the work she was doing, Jacqui had herself tested, and in 2013 began reversing her own symptoms of early dementia. Previously, Jacqui worked in both clinical and corporate settings. She practiced psychotherapy for 25 years, coauthoring books on forgiving, on loving oneself, and on functioning creatively. Concurrently, she worked in the corporate world as editorial consultant, trainer, and writer, originally with McKinsey & Company, Inc., for 5 years, and then freelance ever since. Her consulting client list ranged from start-up ventures to Fortune 100 companies.