Meet Our Board
Lois M. Arnold
Lois M. Arnold is the founder and proprietor of the Lois A. Wig Boutique and
the CEO of Hairs 2 U Wig Bank, a 501-C3 Non Profit. Ms. Arnold completed the Apex School of Beauty Culture in 1969 and brings a wealth of expertise to field of cosmetology and hair concerns. With over thirty years of experience as the salon owner of Itno-J University City Salon & Spa, Ms. Arnold specializes in making special hair pieces and reinventing clients with illnesses due to chemotherapy, alopecia, premature baldness and hair thinning.
Lois Arnold understands the devastation of hair loss to women.
Cancer Centers of America states that women with hair loss share vulnerability, self-doubt and are at a low point on their self esteem scale. It is the goal of Hairs-2-U-Wig Bank, to provide wigs and assistance to patients and the unemployed, to fill these gaps.
Ms. Arnold shares the ideology of “Mind-Body Medicine” which explores the influence of your mind and emotions on your body and immune system. Some studies have suggested that by addressing your psychological and spiritual health and improving the self-image enhances one’s mood, attitudes, and outlook thus helping in the recovery process from cancer and other forms of disease.
This is her passion. This is her art. This is her calling.
Michele Nathaniel is a licensed cosmetologist with over fifteen years in the business, she is the proprietor of the Pink Lady Hair Studio, and a college graduate. She has a good understanding of the devastation of hair loss and have created many alternative solutions for her clients with balding or thinning hair.
Raynetta Adams has over 20 years of experience in Community Health and is an expert in HIPAA Compliance and Credentialing.
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David Lee Denny Jr.
David Lee Denny Jr. is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who has always had an interest in the field of research science and allopathic medicine. David suffered from health challenges regarding obesity and hypertension. When David was seventeen years of age, he weighed 430 pounds. After other health complications, he was obedient to his wake up call and devoted part of his life to eating healthy, exercising, and encouraging others who are obese to change their lifestyles. Since then, he has lost 200 pounds and has kept the weight off for several years. David graduated from Tuskegee University in 2003 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology. During his undergraduate and post-graduate career, Davidwas given the opportunity tto participate in a few research and clinical experience programs. Among these include shadowing physicians in Temple University Hospital Burn Intensive Care Unit (BICU), Einstein Hospital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. David was also mentored by Dr. Frank James, chief of Cardiology, at Einstein Hospital of Philadelphia. With regard to his research experience, David completed Integrative Physiology Research at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, underthe direction of principal investigator Dr. Joan Carroll. The project in particular investigated the effects of obesity on blood volume. He also worked with Dr. Kenneth Rothstein, who is a board certified, hepatologist, investigating the parameters of Hepatitis B. in different ethnic populations. Currently, David works in Biomedical Physiological Research.
Jenelle Boweles is a member of the board committee of Hairs 2 U Wig Bank. She has acheived many honors including a Bachelors of Science from Pennsylvania State University and a Masters of Education from Eastern University. She currently is employed as an English as a Second Language Teacher at Temple University.