Our Staff

Our Staff

Brian Mullaney

Co-Founder and CEO

Brian is the Co-Founder and CEO of 20/20/20.  Previously, Brian co-founded Smile Train, the world’s largest cleft charity and served as its CEO for 10 years.  At Smile Train, Brian and his team pioneered a new approach to providing free surgery in developing countries by empowering local doctors to solve the problem themselves.  He also leveraged his 30-year marketing background to build one of the most cost-effective fundraising programs in the nonprofit world, raising more than $750,000,000 for clefts in less than 10 years. Today, Smile Train has more than 2,500,000 donors and has provided free, life-changing surgery for more than 900,000 children.  Brian is a graduate of Harvard University.  He co-founded Schell/Mullaney advertising in 1990, a high-tech marketing agency which was sold in 1996 to CKS, America’s first publicly-held, interactive advertising agency.  He served on the board of Smile Train from its inception to June 2012.  Currently he serves on the board of the International Center for The Disabled.  In 2008, Brian was executive producer of the Oscar-winning Documentary Short, Smile Pinki and in 2004, he was the first foreigner ever to be awarded the prestigious Soong Ching Ling Camphor Tree award in China.

Hana Fuchs

Chief Financial Officer

Hana has more than 35 years of finance and audit experience in both the non-profit and for-profit world. Before joining our team, she was an integral member of the team that created and built Smile Train into the world’s largest cleft charity. As VP of Finance and Administration of Smile Train, Hana helped manage one of America’s most respected and popular charities which, during her tenure, raised more than $700,000,000 and helped provide more than 700,000 surgeries.” Prior to Smile Train, she worked at Avon Products for more than 20 years and then at Sesame Workshop, as Vice President and Corporate Controller.

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DeLois H. Greenwood

Chief Program Officer

DeLois has been helping provide surgical care for poor children in developing countries for almost 30 years.  From its inception, DeLois was an integral member of the team that created and built Smile Train into the world’s largest cleft charity.  In her role as Vice President, DeLois managed a global staff and a network of over 1,000 partner hospitals in 80 countries, delivering over 100,000 surgeries a year. Working closely with the Medical Advisory Board, she oversaw the development of a global electronic medical records system and implemented safety and quality protocols that assured the delivery of safe, life-changing surgery.  DeLois has dedicated her life’s work to helping the poor receive surgical care so that no child in need is ever turned away.

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Karen Lazarus

Director of Strategic Projects

Karen’s position as Director of Strategic Projects of 20/20/20 is the perfect place for her to utilize her experience in project management and expert organizational skills to help build this exciting, new charity from the ground up.  As part of the team that created and transformed Smile Train into the world’s largest cleft organization, Karen not only helped launch the charity, but over a 10-year period, she nurtured its growth. She helped build an effective infrastructure and assisted in developing worldwide marketing and fundraising activities to further the charity’s mission of helping more than 100,000 children every year.  Karen is a graduate of Vassar College.
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Michele Sinesky

Director of Donor Relations

Michele has a master’s degree in Special Education and has spent her professional life helping children in need.  In 1999, she left public education to pursue a career in the not-for-profit world.  As the Manager of Donor Relations at Smile Train, she traveled extensively throughout the US, assisting donors with special fundraisers.  The proceeds from these events provided free surgery for thousands of poor children who had no other hope of receiving the surgery they so desperately needed.  Now, as the Director of Donor Relations, she is thrilled to have another opportunity to help more children than she ever thought possible.
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Michael Schell

Creative Director

Mike has spent more than 40 years in advertising where he worked on many award-winning accounts such as General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Colgate, Hallmark and Frito-Lay.  From 1998-2011, he provided creative direction and brand development for Smile Train for its advertising and marketing efforts.  Mike joins 20/20/20 as its Creative Director and has already designed its beautiful, new logo.
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Janet Huang

Marketing Director

Janet has over 10 years of experience in marketing and product management. With a diverse industry background, Janet has worked in publishing, advertising, entertainment and small entrepreneurial ventures. She is thrilled about her current role in non-profit and helping our mission of providing life-saving surgery in the developing world. Janet is a graduate of New York University.
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Ujjal Bhattacharya

Program Officer, India

Ujjal is based in Mumbai, India and has 12 years of experience in the Indian nonprofit sector. He also served as a GIS consultant at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur. He brings core competencies in program management, logistics, fundraising and general administration skills. Ujjal holds a masters degree in social science from M.S. University of Baroda and is currently working on his MBA. He is passionate about our mission and excited to contribute towards our program growth in India. Ujjal lives in Mumbai with his wife, a scientist, and their young daughter.
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Vera Eastman

Marketing and Development Manager

Vera Eastman joined the 20|20|20 team in 2014. She is very passionate about helping others and loves that 20|20|20 provides life-changing surgeries for people in need. Originally from California, Vera is a graduate of Yale University with a BA in Anthropology, following the pre-medical curriculum, and an MA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology from Columbia University.
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Tiffany Carson

Program Officer

Tiffany is a DePauw University and NYU graduate with a masters degree in health policy and management, specializing in international health. She has over 8 years of experience in program development, grants oversight and event management. Tiffany has dedicated her life’s work to helping those in need and is thrilled to contribute towards our mission of providing life-saving surgery in the developing world.
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Angelissa Paulino

Donor Relations Associate

Angelissa Paulino has long had a passion for serving others. After graduating from Middlebury College in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Italian studies, she spent two years in the New York City theater industry as a stage manager. Now at 20|20|20, she hopes to bring the same dedication and warmth to her position as Donor Relations Associate that she brought to her previous positions. Angelissa is looking forward to the impact she will make at 20|20|20.