Board of Advisors

Shana Greene

Shana has dedicated much of her life to doing humanitarian work. She is the Founder and Executive Director of the nonprofit organization Village Volunteers. Over the past two decades, she has raised millions of dollars for charity work and has put hundreds of volunteers on the ground in Africa and other regions. Shana has won awards from the University of Seattle and from the United Nations for her humanitarian efforts and continues at it unrelentingly today. She loves what she does.
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Scott Tips, J.D.

Scott is the President of the nonprofit organization The National Health Federation, the world’s oldest health-freedom organization. He has worked tirelessly most of his life in fighting for the consumer worldwide to have unrestricted access to safe and healthy foods and nutritional supplements. Scott is an attorney specialized in international food and drug law. He speaks on behalf of the public at the ongoing proceedings of CODEX Alimentarius, the international committee of government and business leaders that affects food policy in many countries including the U.S.
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Donald Baird, Ph.D.

Dr. Baird, now retired, was formerly a Professor at the Department of Chemistry of Nova Southeastern University. He was also Chairman of the Department of Chemistry at Florida Atlantic University, where he was responsible for the development and initiation of their chemistry Ph.D. program. He has taught undergraduate courses in chemistry at Western Illinois University and Florida Atlantic University. He taught college chemistry for over 25 years. Dr. Baird received his Ph.D. in chemistry from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1981.