Meet Our Board of Directors

 

President: Beverly Daley, PhD, LCSW

Beverly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker practicing in Los Angeles. She was inspired to organize the camp in 1994 through her work with teens at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. In November 2016 she presented the history of the camp at the IX International Turner Syndrome Conference in Cancun, Mexico.

 

 

 

 

Secretary: Peggy Polinsky, MSW, PhD

Peggy has over thirty years of experience in social science research and evaluation, including projects in family strengthening, program model implementation and fidelity, and quality of life. She has numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals and since her retirement, has contributed much of her time as secretary and evaluator for The National Turner Syndrome Camp, Inc. She presented findings on the 2016 camp evaluation at the IX International Turner Syndrome Conference in Cancun, Mexico. Peggy has a PhD from the University of Southern California and a Masters in Science from Columbia University, both in social work.

 

Treasurer: Iris S. Weil, MPA

Iris is an experienced healthcare leader with nearly 30 years experience in both the provider and payer side of healthcare management. Iris most recently served as a Senior Manager with The Camden Group, but left last August to begin her own company in health care consulting, called Longdale Medical Management. She earned her Master’s degree in public administration and planning at NYU, School of Public Administration in Manhattan, New York, and her bachelor’s degree at Queens College, in Queens, New York.

 

Director: Rama Weizmann, LCSW

Rama, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has worked with children and their families for over forty years. She has taught at the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Southern California. Rama is now retired and devotes her considerable expertise to several worthy causes, including The National Turner Syndrome Camp.

 

Camp director: Jan Radnoti

Jan has been our coach at the National Turner Syndrome Camp since 2007.  Her educational and professional background includes over 25 years of work in the fields of teaching, coaching middle school-high school level students as well as the past nine years working for Special Olympics in the program and development departments.