K G Manmadhan Nair, MA, LLB, MS
Mr. Manmadhan Nair started his career as a lawyer with the Bar Council of Kerala, India. He later completed his higher education in Management Information Systems from University of North Texas in Dallas and joined the US retail giant J C Penny as a Project Manager. A leading community activist, Mr. Nair has served as the President of Federation of Kerala Associations of North America and as the General Secretary of National Federation of Indian Associations. He is also the General Secretary of the Greater Dallas Indo-American Chamber of Commerce. A highly successful entrepreneur, Mr. Nair is the President of the International American University College of Medicine, St Lucia, Director of Universal Empire Group of Educational institutions, Dubai & India, and he has also established a network of Health Care companies in the state of Texas, USA.
Sreekumaran Nair, MD
Dr. Nair is a graduate of the Mahatma Gandhi University, in India. Dr. Nair has completed his residency in Neurology and has completed his training in the Neurological and Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program at HealthSouth Rehab Hospital,from the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. Dr. Nair is currently the Director of Neurological and Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program at HealthSouth Rehab Hospital. He is also actively involved in teaching neurology residents at the Plazma Medical Center in Fortworth, Texas.
Gary D.Steinman, MD, PhD
Dr. Steinman began his career studying the primordial origin of life at the University of California, Berkeley, under Nobel Prize winner Prof. Melvin Calvin. He completed his MS from Michigan State University and his PhD from the University of California. In 1967, after co-authoring the book, Biochemical Predestination on the Origin of Life on Earth, Dr. Stienman responded to a call from NASA for applicants to the Scientist-Astronaut Program. Though he qualified for the program, he chose to pursue other interests, including a medical career in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He regularly writes a column in the Twins Magazine.He has appeared on CNN, ABC’s “Healthy Life,” CBS’s “The Early Show,” NBC’s “The Today Show” and “Dateline",to share his expertise on Multiple pregnancies.His research has been reviewed in The New York Times, Discovery magazine, Redbook, The Chicago Tribune, Nature, Scientific American, Sunday Times of London,NewsDay, and the websites of most of these media outlets as well as that of BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) News.
Hari Pillai, CPA
Mr. Pillai is a graduate of the University of Houston,in Houston Texas. A Certified Public Accountant Mr. Pillai has served the Internal Revenue Service as their Field Auditor. He has also worked with many multinational corporations including Hospitals and Health Care companies. Mr. Pilliai specializes in executing compliance examinations under Federal Regulations established by CMS. He currently manages his own audit firm in Dallas Texas and has been serving on the Board since 2004.
Michelle Anthony-Desir, LLB
Ms. Anthony was educated at the University of the West Indies, Barbados and the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and was called to the Saint Lucia Bar in 1996. She is a founding partner of the law firm of Du Boulay, Anthony & Company and a Notary Royal. Although much of her practice involves litigation, Michelle is also one of the few qualified Mediators in Saint Lucia and has been retained to mediate a number of highly complex matters which were before the High Court. Michelle was born in Saint Lucia but has lived in Barbados, Trinidad, and England. She is an active member of the Saint Lucia Bar Association, having been Secretary for a period of three years and is currently an elected Bar Council Member. She has a keen interest in Legal Aid and has been actively working with the local Bar to establish a Legal Aid Clinic in Saint Lucia.
Alan Wabrek MD, MPH, DrPH
Dr. Wabrek graduated from Clark University in Worcester, MA and Boston University School of Medicine. He interned in the Boston area and did a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, CT. This was followed by a fellowship in OB/GYN and Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. This was followed by an additional year of training at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, NY. For the next 20 plus years Alan was full time at Hartford Hospital with teaching responsibilities at UCONN College of Medicine. In 1985 he was promoted to Professor of OB/GYN at the University of Connecticut. In 1997, Alan obtained a Doctorate in Public Health and shortly after he was appointed as the Professor of Population – Based Medicine at Upstate Medical University (SUNY) where he worked until joining the International American University as the Executive Dean in 2008.