Nancy Malone graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy and has been a PT (physical therapist) ever since. She attended Oakland University for OMPT (Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy) classes from 2004-2006. While Nancy has worked in outpatient, inpatient and rehabilitation settings, the majority of her career has been spent in home health care for United Home Health Services (UHHS) and Henry Ford Home Health Care. She has vast experience with orthopedics, geriatrics, and pediatrics. She has presented material at Baker College and various churches. She has also been a preceptor and assisted with development of orthopedic programs. Nancy is a member of the Disaster Action Team of the American Red Cross of Southeastern Michigan, board member for Baker College for the PTA program, member of the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) and MPTA (Michigan Physical Therapy Association).
Nancy has been a single parent of three children, T.J., Danielle and Jonathan.
Awards include: Crain’s Detroit Business Health Care Heroes – Honorable Mention for Outstanding Contributions In Allied Health 2007, Michigan Home Health Association (MHHA) Spirit of Caring Award 2006, and Henry Ford Home Health Care’s 2001 Outstanding Therapist Award.
Nancy has devoted her life to assisting people in need. Her greatest passion has been assisting during disasters. She absolutely loves what she does and feels very honored to be able to experience the life and path that she currently pursues.
Gloria Bruhowzki, RN, BA is a former president of Bright Consulting Inc, a business consultation firm for nonprofit and profit businesses. She also serves as the Vice-president of Bright Powersports, LLC, a leading power sports business that is number one in the district and number eighteen in the nation. She retired as president of UHHS of Canton, Michigan after twenty years of dedicated and distinguished service to the home care community. Former president of the MHHA (2000-2001), Gloria has served as a consultant to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan since 1997, and as a leader on the MHHA Reimbursement Committee since 1986. She was also the recipient of the National Leadership Award from the Republican National Committee in 2003. Bruhowzki serves St. Joseph Parish, South Lyon, with her husband, Al, as the Pre-Marriage Group Coordinator. Married since 1968 and the parent of two successful children, David Bruhowzki and Joy Jones, Gloria has been a resident of Northville, Michigan since 1969.
It is my pleasure to serve on the board of directors for Hands of Light in Action to provide care for those in need. This is an example of grass roots nonprofit that is dedicated to make a difference to improve the world. I look forward to assisting the organization in its mission to serve people.
(Director of Programs and Advancement)
Ryan is an Exercise Science undergraduate student and is pursuing Physical Therapy while currently working as a Personal Trainer. With goals to start international non-profit rehabilitation clinics post-graduate, his passion for bringing agricultural sustainability, health, and fitness effectively to impoverished areas is unparalleled. His expertise in human movement is often sought out among his networks, and he serves the community through seminars on fitness, nutrition, group exercise for special populations, effective non-profit altruism, and project guidance.
Ryan studies agriculture and environmental studies, business strategies, animal sciences, and anatomy in his free time. It is not only his pleasure to serve those in need, but believes it is his sole purpose.
Lenore is Assistant General Counsel for Severstal North America, a fully integrated steel manufacturer. She began her career with Rouge Steel Company in 1997 in customer service. She worked her way through the department as she completed her law degree. Upon receiving her degree she began transitioning to the Office of General Counsel.