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Lowell Levine, Founder and President

Lowell-LevineLowell Levine has 35 years of a proven track record in the business sector. His expertise is generating revenues and profits and working with and training people. Lowell believes very strongly in public education. In 1982 he was the Chairman for 4 years of the Economic Development Group in Mt Vernon, New York. His associates on the committee helped him set up an internship program between the local businesses and Mt Vernon High School. They helped teach students work habits and discipline. This program lowered the dropout rate of High School students and gave them a chance in life. With his background in business, Lowell Levine can raise the necessary money to address the bullying problem and not only save lives but teach students the art of respect among their peers.

Lowell is an experienced and professional problem solver and has a huge passion for children and education. He is looking for the challenge of reducing this out-of-control national epidemic among children.

Tel: 561-374-0673
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Mark H. Mirkin

Mark H. Mirkin is a partner at Hicks, Motto & Ehrlich P.A., Palm Beach Gardens, FL.  He is a 
corporate and securities attorney with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and emerging growth 
companies.  Mark has done extensive advising, structuring, formation, organization, and business 
planning for start-ups, including in biotech, medtech, infotech, and cleantech.

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Tel: 561-683-2300
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Ardell Stoller

Ardell has 20 years of commercial and residential management in the Palm Beach County Real Estate arena. Her experience includes high rise office buildings, retail centers on Worth Avenue to Office Condo and Residential Homeowners Association Management. Ardell Stoller gives individual attention to Owners, Tenants, Customers and Vendors in order to resolve the needs of each person. At the top of the list in this current market, Ardell Stoller’s focus to add value to each property asset is on Tenant Retention, Budget cost savings and going “Green”. Ardell Stoller’s expertise in oversight of Construction, Architectural and Building Rehabilitation has led to her winning a BOMA Award and two NAIOP Awards. Additional experiences included Tenant build outs to maintaining Water Towers and HVAC Pkg units, staff and Vendors from “A-Z”.

Ardell Stoller’s background began growing up in Iowa on a farm and subsequently attending college in UMKC in Kansas City with a Business Major and Accounting Minor. After College and moving to Florida, Ardell Stoller managed a 1,000 unit residential HUD and Section 8 Project in Ft. Lauderdale. Subsequently, in 1989 as a Property Manager for Merin Hunter Codman, Ardell Stoller managed over 1 million sf of RTC and foreclosed office buildings and shopping centers. Responsibilities were to maintain and turnaround the projects for disposition.

In 1993, Ardell Stoller was offered a position in Palm Beach to manage assets for a private owner on Worth Avenue until he passed away in 2001. Responsibilities were in building rehabilitation, cost savings and lease up. Following his death, Ardell Stoller managed a multi-use complex in downtown West Pam Beach on Clematis until it was sold. Cost savings of $150,000 yearly to the projects were due to replacing personnel for automated “Pay as You Go” Equipment for a 5 story Parking Garage.

Currently as a Senior Property Manager for TRH Management, Inc., she brings to the table facilities management, Tenant retention and client relations, financial reporting with preparation of annual budgets, asset reviews and annual business plans, lease administrations and tenant improvements, and a Real Estate and CAM License.

Tel: 561-676-1438
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Dr. Michael O'Hara

Dr. Michael O'Hara attended University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida for undergraduate studies obtaining a Bachelor of Arts. He went on to obtain a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling at St. Thomas University and Doctor of Psychology at Carlos Albizu University, both in Miami, Florida. Dr. O'Hara has been helping children and families in Southeast Florida for nearly twenty three years. He has been in private practice the last 12 years in Jupiter Florida where he specializes in clinical psychology and forensic psychology.

Tel: 561-748-4050
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Laurie Albert

Laurie Albert is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of diverse business experience as an executive entrepreneur and consultant. Laurie has successfully started, owned and built three incredible businesses and has a proven track record in delivering exceptional results. Laurie founded XCEL Business Consulting to benefit individuals and businesses by working with them to reach their ultimate success. Laurie will assist you in accomplishing your business goals with a proven system that includes analyzing consulting and coaching.

Tel: 561-317-6092
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Peter Ray

Peter Ray is a graduate from George Washington University and received his Law Degree from Stetson Law School. Peter has been practicing law for over 20 years and is a full partner and his firm is a full service law firm located in Palm Beach County Florida. Peter specializes in Real Estate and Business Transactions.

Tel: 561-844-3600
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