Nicholas Hall, Founder and President, Graham’s Foundation

Nicholas is a painter, singer-songwriter and investment advisor. He graduated with a BS in Accounting from Indiana University.

When I saw all that I had going for me…a solid home, supportive employer, health insurance, help from family and a supportive NICU staff…yet still felt like I was barely surviving, I knew I wanted to leverage my experience and help make a difference for future parents of preemies.

Kristy Love, Executive Director, National Perinatal Association

For more than 20 years Kristy has worked in the nonprofit community providing health education and advocating for NICU Families and high-risk populations.  She has collaborated with community groups, corporations, national organizations, and universities to improve outcomes for families of premature infants, babies born with special needs and developmental needs. 

In 2012 she co-founded the NICU Parent Network, a collaborative of NICU Support Organizations led by NICU Parent Professionals and is currently the Executive Director of the National Perinatal Association.

Kristy is also the mother of two preemies, a daughter at 35 weeks and a son at 30 weeks.

Andrew Male, Managing Director, Citizens Bank

Andrew is a member of the Healthcare team with expertise in healthcare services, products and distribution. Prior to joining Citizens, Andrew was a Director at Western Reserve Partners. He began his career as a Consultant at Stax, a Boston-based consulting firm.  

Andrew is a graduate of Northwestern University and received his MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western University.  

Andrew was born at 27 weeks (three months, one week premature) and was cared for at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, OH, where he has continued to be a study participant, volunteer, spokesperson and donor. Andrew is also the publisher of Go Preemies!, a children’s book, which tells the inspirational stories of the world’s most famous preemies.