VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION

Volunteers are needed to make phone calls, collect raffle items for special events, and help as needed on the day of special events. Please find the contact form by clicking the “Register Now” button on the left and use the comment box on the form to indicate your area of interest.

Lynne Thorp, Executive Director

Lynne Thorp

Executive Director

Lynne joined the Dubin Center in September 2020. She holds a B.B.A and M.B.A in Business Administration and completed an administrative residency at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. She also holds an M.A. in Special Education and coached hundreds of families with disabilities and developmental delays in southwest Florida for 14 years. In 2013 Lynne was responsible for the implementation and education effort of the Affordable Care Act in ten counties in southwest Florida before working at Lee Health where she held a key leadership role in building and implementing a Medicaid health plan for Florida Region 8. Lynne shares personal experience of having a close family member who had dementia and understands the emotional and physical impact of the disease.

 

“I am proud for the opportunity to build on 25 years of work the staff, board, and volunteers have done to serve our members and the thousands of people here in Southwest Florida living with a dementia-related disorder.  I look forward to collaborating with community partners to educate the community, create an integrating system of support and eliminate the stigma that surrounds the disease. Please reach out to me if you have any questions, or if I can be of any assistance to you.”  https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynne-thorp100/ 

EMAIL:   lynnethorp@dubincenter.com


Jan Golembiski

Dementia Coach

For over 20 years Jan has been an experienced social worker in Geriatrics. Graduating from Stockton University with a degree in social work, Jan soon found her place at a small nursing home in New Jersey. There, she fell in love with the residents in dementia care and found herself at home. She managed The Richard Simon Foundation for Alzheimers, in Atlantic County, NJ, helping hundreds of families care for their loved ones with dementia through education and counseling. Jan now lives in southwest Florida with her husband and dog Mack.


EMAIL:  jan@dubincenter.com

Karen Magin

Social Worker

Karen is passionate about seniors and issues related to aging. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), holds a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree, is a Certified Advanced Professional with Aging Life Care Association, and previously worked as a Social Worker at the Dubin Center for 5 years (2011-2016). Karen works part-time for the center facilitating support groups focused on grief and loss.


EMAIL: karen@dubincenter.com

Terri Czeczotka

Operations Manager

Terri has an extensive background in Human Resources and Finance. She ensures that things run smoothly for the entire staff and clients of the Dubin Center. Originally from Montauk, NY, Terri lives in Sanibel, enjoys its beaches and looks forward to annual trips to Cabo San Lucas during whale watching season.


EMAIL: terri@dubincenter.com

Kinsey Stapleton, MSW

Social Worker  

Kinsey’s background includes both working in senior facilities and home health agencies. Her passion for advocacy for seniors and educating the community about aging related issues drew her to the Dubin Center. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Cricket, and going to the beach as often as possible. She also love all animals, art, music, writing, and thrift shopping.


EMAIL: kinsey@dubincenter.com

Board of Trustees

Al O’Donnell, President
O’Donnell Landscapes


Kathy Y. Monroe, Vice President
Community Volunteer


Britton G. Swank, P.A., Treasurer
Britton G. Swank, P.A., Attorney


Jo Stecher, Ph.D, RN, Secretary
Community Volunteer


Jamie Seneca, Member at Large
Trilogy Home Health Care


Debbie Beavers, Advisory Council Chair

Community Volunteer


Troy Churchill, CEO
Cypress Living


Schelle’y Cunningham, Memory Care Advisor,

Arden Courts Fort Myers, ProMedica


Thomas P. Felke, Ph.D., MSW,

Chair & Associate Professor

Florida Gulf Coast University


Dawn Moore, RN, Aging Life Care Professional Cypress at Home


Carol Osterhout, Vice President
FineMark National Bank & Trust

Advisory Council

Debbie Beavers, Advisory Council Chair Community Volunteer


Halcyon St. Hill, Ed.D, Vice Chair
Florida Gulf Coast University


Pat Boris
Chapel by the Sea, Captiva


Belinda Bruster, Ph.D., LCSW, ACSW

Volunteer


Alexandra Chiklakis, Wealth Advisor

Henderson Wealth Partners


Danielle Dyer, CEO
Right at Home


Abbe Finn

Community Volunteer


Barbara Gatison

Community Volunteer


John Goodlad
Community Volunteer


Jennifer J. Hammond, Associate 
Green Schoenfeld & Kyle LLP


Dr. Donald McCarren

Memory Treatment Centers of Bonita Springs


Dan Moser
Caregiver and Community Advocate


Carl Scharfenberg
Community Volunteer


Jim Spangler, Caregiver


Candice Thiele

Community Volunteer


Jaimee Thompson
Abby Services




Emeritus Board

Bill Enslen
Community Volunteer


Douglas Newland, MD
Neurologist


Julie Osterhout
Osterhout & McKinney


Bill Beckwith, PhD
Memory Management


Patricia Hessel
Retired Certified Public Accountant


Nancy Silvers, RN C
Retired Registered Nurse


John Belisle
BB&T – Oswald Trippe and Company


Nancy Zant
Nursing Home Administrator, Gerontologist


Peg Gray-Vickery
Texas A&M – Central Texas


Lou Pontius
Community Volunteer


Archie B. Hayward

Lee County Court Judge


Frederick W. Shaerf, M.D., PhD

Neuropsychiatric Research Center of SWFL


James Nolte