Board of Directors
Board of Directors 2014-2015
Michael McKee, PhD
Aubrey Ewing, PhD
John G. Arena, PhD
Scheherazade S. Shamsavari, PhD, ATR
Francine Butler, PhD
FERB PAST CHAIR
AAPB PAST PRESIDENT (VOTING)
AAPB PRESIDENT (NON-VOTING)
NOTE: Terms expire at the close of the AAPB annual meeting for the year indicated.
FOUNDATION RELEASES 2010 - 2011 ANNUAL REPORT
Annual Report for the Foundation for Education and Research in Biofeedback and Related Sciences (FERB, The Foundation)
Committee Chair: Paul Lehrer, Ph.D.
Treasurer: Fred Schaffer, Ph.D.
Committee Members: Carmen Russoniello, Ph.D.; Michael McKee, Ph.D.; Alan Glaros, Ph.D.; Aubrey Ewing, Ph.D.; John Arena, Ph.D.; Doil Montgomery, Ph.D.; David Stumph, IOM,CAE.
AAPB Board Liaison: Gabriel Tan, Ph.D.(non-voting);
Report offered by Doil D. Montgomery, Ph.D. Immediate Past Chair.
This last year fund raising efforts were very successful. Several lines of raising funds were utilized. As in the past individuals gave to The Foundation when they renewed their memberships and as in the past members were very generous. The foundation also received a sizable contribution from a state society that dissolved its incorporation.
This year the committee discontinued the annual meeting silent auction as it has been dwindling in interest and funding, and instead used a revenue sharing venture between AAPB and FERB during Riverboat Jamboree onboard the Cajun Queen. The Jamboree was held on Saturday evening. FERB offered the opportunity for sponsorship and four sponsors helped fund the event. They were Tom and Terri Corulla of Brainmaster, Steven Sterns of Stens Corporation, Larry Klein and Hal Meyers of Thought Technology, and The Florida Biofeedback Society. In addition to the sponsorships many individuals chose to help support FERB’s funding efforts by giving individually during the cruise.
Following is a listing of the names of the individuals who contributed to FERB during all of last year:
$5.00 to $50.00
Sox, Karen A.; Brumley, Patrice B.; Hovanitz, Christine A.; Edmonson, Dee S.;
Miller, Darrell P.; Cea, Juan A., Meyer, Dan; Grijalva, Patricia; Holly, Daniel T.;
Meyer, Dan; Ciecko, Walter J.; Harvey, Richard, Rady; Daniel E.; Rothburd, Michael I.;
Walker, Jonathan; van Someren, Laurie O.; Fee, Geraldine, Lancaster, Mary Ann;
Verghese, C; Samuel C.; Luchow, Anya; McGinnis; Michaele, Glaros, Alan G.;
Hall, Howard; Sakakibara, Masahito; McGrady, Angele; Gevirtz, Richard N.;
Delgado, Vielka A.; Harvey, Richard; Hovanitz, Christine A.; Loveland, Lori K.;
Edmonson, Dee S.; Rosenthal, Ronald L.; Middaugh, Susan J.; Arena, John G.;
Grijalva, Patricia; Gruber, Barry L.; Walsh, Alex E.; Dorna, Lizette M.;
Abelon, RiaQueen M.; Frick, Ann; Peper, Erik; Holly, Daniel T.; Sitar, Michael A.;
Kent, Janna N.; Ramsey, Sajeela; Alford, Richard; Andrasik, Frank; Read, Ashley M.;
Meyer, Dan; Harvey, Richard; Morrell, Barbara; Hall, Howard; Walsh, Alex E.;
Baskin, Steven M.; Sowder, Erik T.; Ebert, Crystal; Elliott, Lonnie E.; Arena, John G.;
Sime, Wesley E.; Stoner, Marie E.; de la Boursodiere, Teresa K;
McDonald-Morken, Colleen; Sobie, Rhonda L.; Sobie, Timothy J.; Ewing, Aubrey K.;
Frick, Ann; Kolar, Barbara J.; Crowder, Connie P.; Crowder, Don L.;
Newman, Jan; Scholz; Mary J.; Sitar, Michael A.; Whitehouse, Robert P.;
Schwartz, Mark S.; Lagos, Leah M; Dupee, Margaret E.; Cowan, Jonathan D.;
Walker, Linda A.; Eichman, Julie; Shamsavari, Schehehrazade S.;
Fagerholm, Peder H.; Ciecko, Walter J.; Frank, Dana L.; Sakakibara, Masahito;
Bolek, Jeffrey E.; Booiman, Annette; Kessel, Rolf; Rosenthal, Ronald L.;
Sime, Wesley E.; Newman, Jan; Sitar, Michael A.; Whitehouse, Robert P.,
Ramsey, Sajeela; Sigafus, Paula; Dupee, Margaret E.; Walker, Linda A.
$51.00 to $100
Doyle, Robert B.; Rosenthal, Ronald L.; Donaldson, Stuart C.; Weits, Genelle,
Montgomery, Doil D.; Moss, Donald P.; Ramsey, Sajeela
$101 to $500.00
Butler, Francine; Montgomery, Doil
More than $500.00
Shamsavari, Scheherazade S.
The weather was perfect for the cruise, and all enjoyed the food along with the New Orleans styled music. During the cruise FERB received its most generous individual contribution to date from Scheherazade Shamsavari Ph.D., ATR. At the New Orleans meeting FERB also received a very generous contribution from Fran Butler in memory of the late Thomas Budzynski.
The success of the fund raising efforts this year will allow FERB to continue its support of student efforts in education and research. This year FERB funded students at the following institutions:
1 to East Carolina University - $400 plus $95 for registration
Share an amount for scholarships to Truman State University students (suggest equivalent of two scholarships--$800 plus a tuition waiver for all 4 $380)
Share an amount for scholarships to San Francisco State University students (suggest equivalent of two scholarships--$800 plus a tuition waiver for all 4 $380)
1 to University of Ottawa - $400 plus $95 for registration
1 to Argosy University - $400 plus $95 for registration
1 to United States Sports Academy - $400 plus $95 for registration
1 to Cleveland State University - $400 plus $95 for registration
Scholarships 9 at $3,600
Registration 13 at $95 for $1,235