The EBF3-HADDS Foundation was created to promote awareness, research, and support for a rare genetic syndrome discovered in 2016.

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Board of Directors

Ashley W. LeMaire, PhD is a native of Louisiana and has spent most of her adult life in Houston. She earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in 2010. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship, specializing in Clinical Neuropsychology. She has worked in multiple rehabilitation settings, including at TIRR Memorial Hermann, and she is currently an Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine. She has spent her career specializing in the assessment of individuals with traumatic brain injuries, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases, spinal cord injuries, as well as treatment of psychological adjustment to chronic illness.  Ashley and her husband Mark have three precious children, Julian, Collette (has HADDS), and Madeleine.

Ashley W. LeMaire, PhD

Mark B. LeMaire was born and raised in South Louisiana and has spent most of his career in Houston, Texas.  He has a background in real estate development and construction management and currently oversees the project development of multi-modal logistics centers and energy-related midstream infrastructure.  Mark has an undergraduate degree in Construction Management from Louisiana State University, a Masters in Business Administration from The University of Southern Mississippi, and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.  He and his wife, Ashley, are blessed with three children, Julian, Collette (who has HADDS), and Madeleine.

Mark B. LeMaire, MBA, PMP President

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Paul Mastin grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from Baylor University, a Masters of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Texas Teacher Certificate. He has held a variety of church and parachurch ministry positions, worked at an academic think tank, and taught as a special education public school teacher. He currently works in the transition services division of a financial firm. He lives in Fort Worth with his wife, Kelly, and their three children, one of whom lives with HADDS.

Paul Mastin,  MDiv

Mallory A. Schindler is originally from North Carolina, spent the majority of her adult life in Washington, DC and now calls San Antonio, TX home. She has a undergraduate degree in Education and a Masters in Healthcare Administration. Mallory has spent her career working for national healthcare associations and for private and public universities in Higher Education. When she isn’t supporting the Foundation, Mallory works as an executive in the EdTech space, specializing in compliance and clinical placement for graduate medical and allied health programs. Mallory and her husband David have two children, Grant (who has HADDS) and Grace.

Mallory Schindler, MHA

Vice President & Secretary

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John M. Walton is a native of Austin, Texas. He completed his undergraduate studies at The University of Texas and earned a graduate degree in Economics and Finance from Rutgers University. John is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and spent his career working professionally as a banking executive and a senior manager in the oil and gas service industry. John has served on multiple non-profit boards, including the Gulf Coast Business Council, the Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce, the Gulf Coast Community Foundation, the United Way of Mississippi, and the Girl Scouts of America - Alabama. John also served on the Mississippi Governor’s Commission for Recovery and Renewal for Hurricane Katrina. He is married with two children and four grandchildren, one of which has HADDS.

John M. Walton, CPA

Treasurer