Lisa Peyton-Caire is the Founding CEO & President of The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness. Her work as a passionate advocate for women’s health was spurred by her mother’s untimely death at age 64 from heart disease in 2006, after which Lisa established Black Women’s Wellness Day, an annual summit now in its 11th year that empowers women and girls to sustain healthy, wellness-centered lives.
Janine Stephens serves as Chief Operations Officer of The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness. Her wealth of experience includes over 10 years in fund development, operations, marketing and communications, and events management.
Alia Stevenson serves as Chief Programs Officer with The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness. An advocate for health, wellness, and equity, Alia brings a holistic approach to her work through assessing and improving environments to support the health needs of both individuals and organizations.
Erin Bailey has served as a Program Manager for The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness since February 2020. She is a current PhD student at UW-Madison’s School of Human Ecology in the Civil Society and Community Research program.
Christin Gates Calloway possesses over a decade of experience in mixed methods research with published pieces that have translated into initiatives that shape improved policies and practices that address systemic racial inequities at both the local and national level.
Khaleah Monger is a proud 2020 graduate of Tuskegee University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences. Khaleah aspires to be a Family Nurse Practitioner/ Midwife.
A Chicago transplant to Madison, Jasmia has lived, learned, and worked in the community for nearly a decade.