Meet our Members
Sally has had two successful careers. After graduating from University of Miami Ohio with degrees in zoology and chemistry, she worked in a NeuroPathology research lab at the University of Michigan Medical School and soon become a lab manager. After six years of working there, Sally left to tend to her family.
When Sally returned to the workforce, she decided to take a different career path. She received her MFA in interior design from the University of Michigan and was hired by Hobbs & Black as a design consultant. She remained there for ten years, while starting her own firm, Sally Klein Interiors. Sally provided design services for corporations, banks, hospitals and shopping centers.
Sally is a mother of two and an active in several community activities including Habitat for Humanity.
Tom, an Eckerd graduate, is a clinical counselor specializing in mental health. After receiving his degree at Eckerd, he went on to obtain his master’s degree at Nova Southeastern University. He also has advanced training in hypnosis and received practitioner training at the Victor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy in St. Pete.
Much of Tom’s work was focused on the indigent population, dedicated to helping the less fortunate.