Advisory Council

Brittany Perkins Castillo

Chair and Founder, Stronger than the Storm

Dilia Camacho

Business & Client Relations Manager, AshBritt, Inc.

Credited as an environmental steward, Dilia Camacho offers 24 years of combined experience from the private and public sectors. Her diverse background includes nine years of county government experience in the Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Industry. Specializing in maintaining regulatory and contractual compliance for solid waste operations, facilities, hazardous waste collection and disposal, waste reduction, and recycling, along with emergency disaster recovery management. Ms. Camacho spearheaded Hurricane Irma’s Disaster Recovery Mission in Collier County, Florida. Her role was instrumental in managing the recovery process for restoring storm-impact areas utilizing local governmental, municipal, and district support and resources.

Nathan Y. Jarvis

Illustrator, Author, and Instructor

Nathan Y. Jarvis has been helping kids, and people who still know how to act like them, stop, smile, read, think, laugh, learn and/or buy stuff for more than 280 dog years. His award-winning work has appeared nationally in books, magazines, advertising, packaging, greeting cards and ski resort signage. Nathan is a PSIA-AASI Children’s Specialist and Trainer at Park City Mountain resort. He, his wife, Michaela, and their nine chickens live in Heber City, UT.

Anjali Saxena

M.D, Physician, University of Miami Institute of Global Health

Anjali Saxena, MD, FAAP is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Miami and the Academic Program Manager of the University of Miami Global Institute for Community Health and Development. As a double board-certified physician in internal medicine and pediatrics, her scope of practice includes the acute and chronic care of adult and pediatric patients, which she has delivered in diverse resource settings both in the US and abroad. She was a part of the University of Miami team that deployed to the Abacos in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian in 2019 and continues to lead trauma-informed community programming to foster recovery and resiliency for impacted children. In her role as Academic Program Manager, Dr. Saxena is dedicated to educating future physician leaders in Global and Humanitarian Health in global health ethics, sustainability, and health equity.

Teresa Walch

Senior Executive – Safety, Innovation & Governance, Boys and Girls Clubs of America

Teresa Walch is a Senior Executive with the Boys & Girls Club of America. She has served in roles both locally and nationally for over 23 years. Prior to her Boys & Girls Club career Teresa served as a Finance Director for the Department of Defense AAFES Europe, a Juvenile Probation Officer, a Department of Defense Educator, and a Schools Officer for the Department of Defense Europe.

In her current role as Senior Executive of Safety, Innovation & Governance her focus is on innovative and impactful service delivery and design that supports quality improvement systems, practices, and processes to ensure sustainable, safe, engaging local organizations and partnerships that support priorities. She also serves as the Disaster Response lead for BGCA. Teresa is enthusiastic about developing people and teams that support safe, thriving environments for youth and teens. She believes an organization’s culture is key to innovation and the alignment of the team’s individual strengths to design processes and systems that drive goals and outcomes for stakeholders.

Greta Wetzel

Senior Advisory, Psychosocial Services, Save the Children

Greta Wetzel is the Senior Advisor for Psychosocial Support (PSS) at Save the Children. She has been with the organization since 2013, supporting communities within the US and around the world. Her role focuses on developing programs, trainings and supports to meet the PSS needs of children, adults and communities impacted by disaster. Ms. Wetzel has her MSW from Indiana University and has spent her career in youth-service organizations. She is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, serving in both the Fiji Islands and South Africa. She is based in St. Petersburg, FL where she enjoys boating, volleyball and paddleboarding.