Andy McNiel, MA, has served in non-profit leadership in a variety of settings throughout his career. He is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of The Satori Group, LLC, a national education, management, and consulting company, providing education and consultation to non-profit organizations. He has served as the Chief Executive Officer for The National Alliance for Children's Grief, the Executive Director for The Amelia Center at Children’s of Alabama, and the Director of Grief Counseling Services and Director of Development for Hospice of Martin and St. Lucie (now Treasure Health) in South Florida. In his current work with The Satori Group, Andy serves as Senior Advisor to Youth Programs for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), Advisor to Programs for HealGrief and Actively Moving Forward, and Consultant and Advisor for The Compassionate Friends. He has strong experience in leadership, fundraising, business development, building key relationships, and providing education and consultation in non-profit management. He is the co-author of Understanding and Supporting Bereaved Children: A Practical Guide for Professionals. He has served as a consultant to non-profits across the United States, providing strategic planning, fundraising support, board management, and organizational development. Andy has many years of experience providing counseling and offering support groups to children, teenagers, and adults grieving the death of someone in their life. Andy lectures extensively on support group facilitation, grief and bereavement, non-profit management, and leadership. He is a trainer for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) and is a member of the International Workgroup on Death, Dying, and Bereavement. Andy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from Palm Beach Atlantic University and a Master of Arts in Counseling from The University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Chad Adcock, MDiv, built his life and career around the principles of loving and serving others. His career began primarily working with young people through a variety of non-profit organizations in capacities such as minister, educator, coach, and camp leader. In 2012, he began working with older adults in the senior living industry. He has held roles in assisted living facilities, home healthcare agencies, and in the hospice setting. He has spent more than 20 years in leadership, management, and sales. Chad knows what it takes to generate a proven track record of success and more importantly, he thrives in coaching and leading others to achieve organizational success as well. He has served as a board member for The Treasure Coast Advocates for Seniors and is a volunteer and member of both Memory Bridge, Alzheimer's Foundation and Restoration Relief, Disaster Recovery Team. Chad holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from The University of Alabama at Birmingham and a Masters of Divinity from Samford University/Beeson Divinity School.