Jane Rosen, a.k.a., Lenise’s Mom, was one of the first female firefighters and paramedics in Maryland and in America. Now a Physicians’ Assistant
(Winner of PA of The Year 2003), Jane firmly understands the science behind nutritional health and thus, the important contributions that THE DONUT SHOP offers in support of both those afflicted with eating disorders and those who love them and want to help them.
Marcie Hava is a master of Jin Shin Jyutsu and Solfeggio Tuning Forks. She is also a crystal therapist. The play inspires those who think they are alone in their addiction, those who feel they are alone in their life. I enjoy helping others with the struggles of adduction because I have had family members with addictions, its a difficult path for those experiencing the addiction and usually heart wrenching for their family members.
Sonia Kazarova is an Opera Singer – Dramatic Coloratura Soprano. “So much is expected of women and we expect so much of ourselves – we do so much that we literally breathe energy in the world – THE DONUT SHOP helps provide perspective.”
Blythe Metz-Mandmets, PH.D
Blythe Metz-Mandmets is a natural lifestyle expert, chef, metaphysician, inventor, and writer. “One of the most rewarding work I do is speaking to high-schoolers, we explore how a culture of unconditional self-love can help support those who have eating disorders and how it can also help protect against school violence and bullying."
Jacqueline Peterson is a Citizen Wellness Advocate and Founder of Sharing Opportunities Assisting Recovery (SOAR). “I support THE DONUT SHOP because it’s one of the most powerful tools for healing and growth I have ever encountered. The play delivers a powerful message to help those with bulimia, anorexia, and food bingeing."