This Whole Life Board Members
Buffy Andrews, Owner of the Made Well Center for Wholeness, and founder of This Whole Life Foundation believes firmly that people CAN get well when given the right tools. Buffy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and a Certified Natural Health Professional. Seeing people get well is her biggest aim, and creating This Whole Life Foundation makes that possible for not just the wealthy or insured, but for ALL.
Sarah grew up volunteering with the downtown homeless community through Urban Ministries and this is where she truly gained her passion for social work. Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been working within the field of social work for the past 11 years. Sarah began her career in the area of homelessness at Charlotte Family Housing. She has since worked as a medical social worker, and is now the Director of Community Engagement at Novant Health. Sarah is committed to health and wholeness for all and sees the value of This Whole Life Foundation for many patients within the hospital system and the community. She and her husband Lee have lived in Wilmington with their two young boys Reid and Wade since 2012 and are also committed to serving the needs of the underserved in the Wilmington community.
Grace Brookshire is passionate about helping others and creating opportunities for those in need. This Whole Life Foundation provides an opportunity for people in our community to receive wellness service that they might not otherwise be able to afford. Grace is a realtor in North Carolina and enjoys surfing and the outdoors.
Laura Tippett believes in the value of people receiving healing all areas of wellness. This Whole Life Foundation’s mission provides this opportunity to all people regardless of insurance or their financial situation. Laura is a marketing specialist in Wilmington where she lives with her husband and two kids.