Board of Directors
Janet Abraham, MSW is a clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience in the fields of clinical social work, administration, health policy, fundraising and advocacy. Janet is the Clinical Social Worker at VCU Health, Women’s Health at Nelson Clinic practicing in the High-Risk Clinic in the Department of OB/GYN. She is the recipient of the 2014 Ambulatory Women’s Health Week of the Nurse award at VCU Medical Center for “True Collaboration.” Janet holds degrees from Boston University and VCU Graduate School of Social Work. She and her husband live in Richmond and have two adult children.
Diana McSpadden (Board Chair) is a Software Developer for the National Center for State Courts. She has had a career in technology since 1996 with extensive experience in web development for government, for-profit software companies, and non-profits. She is a working mother of two children, cyclist, yogini, computer geek, and runner. Her experience with perinatal depression during and after her first pregnancy led her to start two support groups in Hampton Roads. Diana and her family live in Williamsburg.
Megan Foote Monsky, JD, is a survivor of postpartum depression and anxiety, who began volunteering for Postpartum Support Virginia in 2010 as a support group leader and “mom on call.” Megan graduated from Furman University and Vermont Law School and is a Supervisory Attorney-Advisor for the Executive Office for Immigration Review, U.S. Department of Justice. She is an avid hiker and is looking forward to hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in 2019. Megan and her family live in Alexandria.
Anita Okonak, MS (Board Secretary) is District Manager with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals. She has over 18 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry in sales and training / development. Anita struggled with perinatal and postpartum depression and anxiety which greatly impacted her marriage and spurred her to become a passionate advocate for increasing awareness, diagnosis, and education about maternal mental health. Anita lives in Fairfax with her son and husband.
Jennifer Mattucci Santoro, MD is a psychiatrist in private practice specializing in reproductive mental health and psychosomatic medicine. Jennifer graduated from Cornell University and University of Rochester School of Medicine, completed internship and residency at New York University and Bellevue Hospitals in New York City, and launched NYU’s first reproductive mental health elective for psychiatry residents. Dr. Santoro is a clinical instructor at George Washington and Virginia Commonwealth Universities, supervising and mentoring psychiatry residents and fellows. She lives with her husband and two children in Oakton.
Theresa Termine (Board Treasurer) is a marketing and communications professional with a specialization in fundraising and development. She has successfully designed and implemented fundraising campaigns for national and local non-profit organizations, as well as local schools and churches. Theresa is currently working to gain master certification in fundraising management through the Lily Foundation at Indiana University. She lives in Arlington with her three teenagers.
Amanda Lenoci Zang, MBA is a Senior Manager in Deloitte and Touche LLP’s Federal Advisory Practice and has over 14 years’ experience providing financial Improvement and audit readiness, internal control assessment and evaluation, financial reporting and analysis, and business process improvement. Amanda’s struggle postpartum depression propelled her to share her story with other mothers who may be ashamed or afraid. Mandy graduated from Clemson University, holds an MBA from Marymount University, and is a Certified Defense Financial Manager. She loves yoga, and cheering for her beloved Clemson Tigers. Mandy lives in Arlington with her husband and two sons.