Meet Our Team
Janet is the Director/Owner of Fit Body Focus Yoga and Pilates Studio. She is considered an expert in the fields of Pilates,Yoga and Flexibility training.
Executive Director/Founder of the Sophie Kerrigan “For the Love of Animals” Foundation.
2016 started a new Philanthropic venture for the Foundation to assist disabled Veterans and rescues called “Sophie’s Companions for Veterans”
A member of multiple animal organizations and has volunteered many years for the Humane Society.
Member of Women In Business Network and 100+ Women Who Care
A part of “Big Brothers Big Sisters” 38 years.
Better Business Bureau Eclipse Integrity award committee
Board advisor for “PUSH UP VETS”
Shares her home with her husband and 5 rescues
Kenneth McNerney – Business Adviser
CEO and Partner of “Think Patented”. He has spent 32 years involved in the world of the Graphic Arts Industry.
2011 the company was inducted into the NAPL Management Plus Hall of Fame, one of 28 companies nationally to achieve that status and in 2012 awarded the prestigious William Maxwell award.
Ken is an inductee in the Walter E. Soderstrom Society of NAPL.
2014 named “Printer of the Year” by the Printing Industries of Northern Kentucky and Ohio.
Active in Community affairs, sits on the board of SICSA and The South Metro Chamber of Commerce and is a graduate of the Leadership Dayton Program
He lives with his wife in Washington Township and have 2 children and 3 grandchildren.
George Schmall – Veteran Adviser
The Founder and CEO of Area-Pro window replacement company in Dayton for over 30 years that specializes in higher quality products and well trained craftsmen.
He is also the creator and founder of “Push Up Vets”. (Patriots United for Suicide Help) PushUpVets.org a non-profit organization focused to help suicidal Veterans.
Volunteered at the VA Hospital
Former military acknowledgment presenter to Veterans for Hospice of Dayton
George shares his home with his wife and dog Rosy
Daniel Hance – Veteran Adviser
Chested Freedom Fighter at the United States Army.
Studies Executive MBA at University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business.
Founder and CEO of “The Catalyst Program” a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for Veterans.
The Catalyst works to successfully equip veterans with the knowledge and skills to pursue the best careers that maximizes their full potential.
Dan enjoys life in Loveland with his girlfriend and rescue dog.
Bryan – Veteran Liaison Officer
Bryan is a Veteran who proudly served our country 5 years in the US Coast Guard.
He has an extensive 26 year career as a diesel technician.
Also, an aviation and sports enthusiast.
Supporter of Cincinnati Lab Rescue, SPCA, ASPCA.
As a Veteran and supporter of rescuing animals, I felt honored and duty bound to serve Sophie’s Foundation as the “Veteran Liaison Officer.”
To bring joy to a Veteran and a rescued animal is an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.
Bryan lives in Loveland with his wife Becky and 2 rescue dogs, Abby and Marco
Chris Wallace – Strategy and Marketing
Since concluding a successful corporate career several years ago, Chris Wallace has dedicated time and effort to working with students, entrepreneurs and important foundations. She serves as an executive-in-residence at Wright State University and sits on the board of the Raj Soin College of Business. She launched a company, Cambium Technologies dedicated to helping patients and caregivers self-manage serious and chronic conditions. Chris had a long career in the high technology industry holding significant leadership positions in sales, services and operations at companies including NCR Corporation, Teradata Corporation and AT&T.
Chris lives in South Carolina with husband and her two dogs
Sharon Lowry – Fundraising
Sharon is a Retired Assistant Superintendent of Great Oaks Institute;
Vice President of Brownies Independent Transmission Shops;
Washington Township Board of Trustee.
Served on Community Boards: Ronald McDonald House, Boonshoft Museum, Centerville – Washington Foundation; Member of Centerville Noon Optimist & Centerville Rotary Centerville Women’s Civic Club Scholarship committee.
Sharon lives in Washington Township with her husband Bob and dog Maggie.
Connie Martin – Trainer, Rescue Adviser and Liaison
Training Co., Canines for Christ, K-9 Dance Stars,
Founder/trainer Canines for Christ, Dayton
Director/trainer K-9 Dance Stars (Div. of WCFO)
Evaluator/trainer AKC Canine Good Citizen, Star Puppy, Trick Dog Evaluator
Received the highest honor with AKC DISTINGUISHED THERAPY DOG AWARD. Leads a pet therapy group at Kettering/Grandview Hospitals.
Formed a volunteer group at Help the Animals, Richmond training 6 of the longest residents at the shelter. All passed the AKC Canine Good Citizenship and 100% per adopted.
Loves living on the farm with her husband, 10 rescue dogs, 3 alpacas, 2 horses and volunteering in pet therapy.
Chris Habib – Accounting Management/Rescue Adviser
Certified Public Accountant 30+ years
Former Senior Tax Accountant at Mcgladrey LLP Dayton office
Former Accounting Faculty at University of Southern Indiana and University of Evansville
Controller for a local corporations located in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Humane Society Financials
A huge Animal Activist and has been and is still involved with multiple rescues.
Chris and her husband share their home with 3 rescues in Kettering
Ruth Chandler – Secretary
Involved in several community service activities and walks:
-Led a book drive for Homeful
-My Furry Valentine, an event that helps rescued animals find a forever home.
-Build a bike
-March of Dimes Walk
-Harrison’s Heroes Walk
-Ghost n Goblins Walk
-Breast Cancer Walk
-Light the Night Walk
In the end, I feel honored to have watched Sophie grow to be a beautiful 17 year old and to now honor her by working on her foundation’s board of directors.
Ruth lives in Bellbrook with her husband Mike and dog Libby.