Greg Atwood is a Firefighter /Paramedic in Coral Gables Florida and works for the Coral Gables Fire Rescue. He is an American Heart Association certified instructor in BLS ( Basic Life Support ), ACLS ( Advanced Cardiopulmonary Life Support ), and PALS ( Pediatric Advanced Life Support ). He teaches these disciplines for the Fire Department as well as Baptist Health Systems in South Florida.
Greg also founded and runs South Florida Safety Consultants which teaches CPR and First Aid to Schools, teachers, daycares, and new parents. He currently lives in Miami Florida with his beautiful wife Alexa and their 2 sons, Connor and Jake and can be reached at email@example.com or on Twitter at @GregAtwood
Lynne Kenney, Psy.D. is a mother of two, a practicing pediatric psychologist at Beljan Neuropsych in Scottsdale, AZ, and the creator of The Family Coach Method. She has advanced fellowship training in forensic psychology and developmental pediatric psychology from Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School and Harbor-UCLA/UCLA Medical School.
Dr. Kenney is one of “the most accessible mom media experts,” in the US. Recently named one of the Top 100 Docs to “Listen to” on Twitter, Dr. Lynne is a featured contributor on Socialmoms.com, an expert for Dr. Oz’s new site Sharecare.com and an expert for PediatricSafety.net. As the host of Dr. Lynne Weighs In on BlogTalk Radio, Lynne enjoys interviewing some of the nations experts in family life, education and health weekly. Dr. Kenney is the parenting expert on Smart Family ABC 15 in Phoenix, watch her every Wednesday at 3:30 pm. Her book The Family Coach Method was published in September 2009 and is enjoyed by families worldwide. Find her resources at www.lynnekenney.com.
Rosie Reeves holds a Bachelor of Arts from Sarah Lawrence College. She did musical theatre, children’s theatre and taught arts classes to kids on the East Coast before moving out west where she wrote, directed, produced and performed for radio and created online content for radio stations across the country.
Rosie was very involved with her daughter’s early intervention therapies and medical care and continues to work closely with her teachers and therapists. She is currently a freelance writer and the Los Angeles Special Needs Kids Examiner on Examiner.com. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, three kids and one very spoiled cat.
Dr. Joseph Skoloff received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from The Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. After a year internship and two years of Pediatric Residency in Wilmington, Delaware he joined the U.S. Air Force for two years. Dr. Skoloff served as Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics, USAF Hospital, Robbins AFB, Warner Robbins, Georgia, achieving the rank of Major. On completion of his Air Force obligation Dr. Skoloff participated in a Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. After one year of the program he relocated to the Northern Virginia area and joined an existing Pediatric practice until 2006 when problems with his back forced retirement. With his back resolved he returned to pediatrics, joining Nova Medical Group in 2009.
Dr. Skoloff currently holds positions as Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical Schools of Georgetown, George Washington and the University of Virginia. He is a past Vice Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics and past Chairman of the Infection Control Committee at the Inova Loudoun Medical Center. Dr. Skoloff is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Board of Pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Skoloff believes strongly in the combined power of parent and physician working together for the health of their children, and a mutual involvement deciding on course of treatment in a method acceptable to all parties, delivered in the most efficient and cost effective manner. He is an advocate for children everywhere and adheres strongly to the principles of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He can be reached at www.drjoeskoloff.com and at www.twitter.com/drjoeskoloff
Rebecca Robinson’s passion is global water safety for children. In her own words, she combines “a wonk’s love of statistics with a mother’s passion and a tenacious commitment to making the right change happen”.
Rebecca’s background is all business, but she has a lifelong devotion to helping children reach their full potential in a variety of ways – ‘cuddling’ newborns as a volunteer, qualifying in CPR/First Aid, and spending countless hours in the water with her own kids. Although born and raised in the United States, she has spent a number of years living overseas. Rebecca has two Master’s Degrees – in Business and in Organizational and Social Psychology. She blogs regularly about water safety issues at www.RebeccaWearRobinson.com and Tweets @RebeccaSaveKids.
With over 29 years of experience in all phases of dentistry, Dr. Bill Williams leads a dental team with unique qualifications to care for the whole family. Dr. Williams is accomplished in advanced reconstruction and sedation dentistry, neuromuscular dentistry, laser dentistry, orthodontics, TMJ therapy, dental implants, oral and periodontal surgery, endodontics and complex reconstruction cases. He is an international lecturer, author and clinician of highest regard in cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, and reconstruction.
Dr. Williams’ practice, Suwanee Dental Care, was named Best of Gwinnett each year from 2003 thru 2009 by Gwinnett Magazine and is the team dentist for the Gwinnett Gladiators. He is Dental Director of Kenya Medical Outreach and past president of the Georgia Academy of General Dentistry. In July 2006 he was awarded Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry. His passion is teaching, dental missions to Kenya and Honduras, and Auburn football!