The BridgeLine

The BridgeLine
Board Officers* and Directors – 2020

Greg Webb*, Esq, – President

Greg Webb is an attorney with MichieHamlett.  He served on the board of Building Bridges from 2009 until 2015 when it became the BridgeLine.  He is rejoining the board this year.  With over 23 years-experience handling personal injury cases, including many traumatic brain injuries, Greg has seen firsthand the impact that a brain injury can have on individuals as well as their families. Greg believes in giving back to his community. In addition to serving on the BridgeLine’s board of directors, he also serves on the Ronald McDonald House board, which provides overnight accommodations for families whose children are in the hospital.  Prior to obtaining his law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law in 1995, Greg served as an officer on active duty with the United States Army from 1986-90. Greg’s favorite pastime includes music, exercise and spending time with his family.

Ivan S. Login, M.D. – Vice President

I came to the University of Virginia in 1973 for a Neurology residency through 1976.  After 2 years of obligated military service as a Lt. Cmdr. Neurologist in the United States Navy at the Regional Naval Hospital in Charleston, SC I returned to UVa to join the faculty where I spent my career until retirement July 2016.  I had 4 overlapping career directions during these years.  The entire time included academic clinical adult neurological diagnosis and care along with teaching for residents and students.  The first half of the time I dedicated 50% effort to basic research in neuroendocrinology with NIH funding and good success in disseminating new information about pituitary physiology and the regulation of prolactin secretion.  In the second half of my career I gave up laboratory research to focus time on headache medicine as a subspecialty of my clinical effort.  I welcomed the opportunity to spend 20 years contributing to the Medical Ethics consultation service, which clearly enhanced my own clinical development. My wife and I raised 2 daughters who now have their own families far from VA.  I enjoy time with the daughters and grandchildren, photography and woodworking.  In my newest career as a retired physician I am enthused to contribute to community volunteer efforts.  My initiation into this direction was helping to teach reading skills to second grade students at the elementary school at which our own daughters attended.  Now I am ready for a more vigorous challenge with the BridgeLine program.

Donna K. Broshek*, PhD, ABPP-CN – Secretary

Dr. Donna Broshek is a clinical neuropsychologist and the John Edward Fowler Professor in Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences in the University of Virginia School of Medicine.  She is Director of the Neurocognitive Assessment Lab and Chief of Psychological Services, where she provides evaluations of patients with neurologic injuries or disorders, including individuals who have sustained brain injuries.  She also serves as Co-Director of the multi-disciplinary Acute Concussion Evaluation Clinic and is a member of the recently established pan-university Brain Institute at the University of Virginia.  She is a Fellow of the Sports Neuropsychology Society and the National Academy of Neuropsychology.  She has worked with UVA Athletics for many years and is a member of the NBA/WNBA Concussion Committee, as well as providing consultation to local schools.  A great source of pride is that Dr. Broshek has served as Clinical Training Director throughout her career and has trained over 45 postdoctoral fellows in clinical neuropsychology.  She has lived in Charlottesville since she came to UVA for her clinical training and enjoys the restaurants, beautiful mountain views, and good hearted people that live here.

Jaquelyn Nasca*, MS, – Treasurer

Jacquelyn Nasca is a financial advisor with Wilkinson Wealth Management, LLC and has worked in a variety of other operational capacities with WWM since 2012, as well as an Accredited Financial Counselor® helping families and individuals improve their daily money management process, eliminate debt, and plan for their financial future.   Jacquelyn served in the US Army’s Military Intelligence and Personnel and Human Resources corps for 24 years and, simultaneously, worked in residential mental health and addiction treatment facilities as a Director and as a marriage and family therapist.  She holds a Bachelor of Science from East Tennessee State University, a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Maryland, and professional certifications as a Clinical Fellow in the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and as an Accredited Financial Counselor® with the Association for Financial Counseling, Planning, and Education (AFCPE).  She has served as both President and Fundraising Chairperson in her children’s PTA,  both Vice President and Fundraising chairperson in an international women’s organization, and too many volunteer hours to count as a military spouse, as well as continuing to coach soldiers and service members in financial readiness.  She also enjoys making quilts, creating watercolor artwork pieces, and making stained glass pieces for her friends and family.

Rita Ralston

Michael Moyles

Mike is—and  has been for the last 30 years—President of Coastal Network, Inc., a supplier of Radiation Protection equipment and supplies for 75 commercial nuclear facilities, DOE & DOD, universities and remediation/FURSAP sites. He received his BA from William & Mary, he studied Finance Management at Northeastern University, and Nuclear Engineering at the University of Virginia. He is a current member the Virginia Health Physics Society and has coauthored books and papers on Nuclear Energy Safety. He is an avid volunteer and has worked with Meals on Wheels, ACS Road to Recovery Program, Knights of Columbus, and the Colonial Williamsburg Tricorn Foundation. He goes to efforts to make sure Camp Holiday Trails and Community Public Schools succeed in their efforts.

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