Who We Are
Our team addresses urgent health concerns by improving community well-being through creative expression. We are a small, nimble team that is enthusiastic about using the arts to make measurable impact for our partners and the public.
Lee colaluca, mba
Vice President of Marketing and Programs
Lee is responsible for building the organization’s unique brand and positioning. She leads strategic program development, partnerships, marketing and communications that align with the organization’s mission. With senior-level experience in healthcare marketing and business development, as well as with global nonprofit social impact organizations, Lee brings creative and entrepreneurial acumen to identifying, growing, and scaling impactful programs and partnerships.
Dana Osterling, MBA, MT-BC
Digital Platform and Programs Manager
Dana oversees the technical aspects of program delivery, development, and access to the Foundation’s digital properties. With over 10 years of clinical experience as a board-certified music therapist, a background in data analytics, and an MBA in healthcare administration, she is dedicated to finding innovative ways to support organizations that are committed to improving health outcomes through engagement in the arts.
Aaron is the curator for the UnLonely Film Festival responsible for research and selection of content for the Festival’s programming. He brings with him 20 years of experience as a programmer for film festivals, including the Albuquerque Film and Music Experience, The Santa Fe Film Festival, the Bioneers Moving Image Festival, and an online LGBTQ+ short play series through his theatre company Almost Adults Productions. He is also a published and produced playwright, an actor in film, TV, and theatre, and instructor of creative writing, acting, and film appreciation.
Director of Product
Robert has contributed marketing, communications, and branding guidance to the Foundation since its start in 2004. He has over twenty-five years of hands-on marketing experience in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, retail, and political campaigns.
Mari Kam Aipa, MMH
Marketing & Communications Specialist
Senior Program Advisor
Jennifer plays a key program development role and oversees projects within the Campus UnLonely and Aging UnLonely FAH portfolios. She has worked in the field of public health for over 20 years and consults for New York-based non-profit organizations on public health policy, advocacy and education. Project areas have included workplace wellness, health equity, palliative care, health literacy, early childhood health and development, behavioral health, chronic disease management, nutrition, and reproductive health. Prior to her consulting career, she was the Policy Director at the Medicare Rights Center.
Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH
President & Founder
Dr. Nobel is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine. He currently serves on the faculty of the Harvard Medical School in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine. Jeremy is also a poet, a photographer, and a teacher—a practitioner of both the humanities and sciences.