We believe the world can be a more livable place for bereaved families.

Board Of Directors


Jacqueline Corbin-Armstrong

DC Medical Examiner’s Office, Children and Infant Death Investigations, Board of Governors, Catholic University Alumni & Evermore Vice-Chair

Ms. Corbin-Armstrong is the Fatality Review Division Program Specialist for Child and Infant Fatalities with the DC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.  She has over 30 years of experience addressing social well-being, medical, continuum care and legal issues related to education, mental health, child, family and adult social service. She has volunteered for international initiatives related to micro-lending, decreasing gender-based violence and gender equity, and cultural healing. More recently, she provided psychological support for families who lost a loved one to COVID-19 in D.C.

Laudan Aron

Laudan Aron

Senior Fellow, Health Policy Center, Urban Institute

Ms. Aron is a senior fellow in the Health Policy Center at the Urban Institute. Since joining Urban in 1992, she has spent over 25 years conducting research and policy analysis on a wide range of social welfare issues, including health and disability, education, employment and training, homelessness, and family violence. She directed and coedited a ground-breaking 2013 study for the National Research Council and Institute of Medicine on US Health in International Perspective: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health, which found a large and growing US “health disadvantage” relative to other high-income countries. Her work focuses on how social and economic conditions shape health and well-being, and how social welfare programs (broadly defined) can best support healthy human development across the life course and over time and place.


Jennifer Cullen

Associate Director of Cancer Population Sciences at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center and a Professor in the Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences at Case Western Reserve University & Evermore Secretary

Dr. Cullen builds and integrates “big data” to inform public health approaches for cancer prevention, treatment, and survivorship.  She has long-standing skills in epidemiologic methods, statistical planning and analysis, interpretation of complex models, management of diverse scientific teams, and an ability to work collaboratively with extramural investigators from academia and industry, as well as government leaders. Dr. Cullen has served as a patient advocate for the Alliance for Childhood Cancer and a Board Member of the American Childhood Cancer Organization. She, meets with Congressional representatives on Capitol Hill, has helped advance key pieces of legislation, including the “Childhood Cancer Survivorship, Treatment, Access, and Research” (STAR) Act.  She informed an Institute of Medicine report on the importance of improving palliative care for childhood cancer patients and their families.

Joyal Mulheron

Joyal Mulheron

Founder & Executive Director, Evermore

Ms. Mulheron spent 15+ years advising high-ranking politicians, including former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and former First Lady Michelle Obama, and translating basic science into public policy.  She has enjoyed leading major initiatives for the National Governors Association, the National Academies of Science and the American Cancer Society. She holds a Masters in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University and degrees in Biochemistry and English from Virginia Tech. After a series of high-profile death events and the death of her daughter, Ms. Mulheron founded Evermore to change policy, advance research and make the world a more livable place for bereaved families.

Lincoln Smith

Lincoln Smith

Special Advisor to the CEO, Altarum Institute & Evermore Chair

Mr. Smith is a strategic leader, responsible for guiding his company, Altarum Institute, from a focus on defense, environment, automotive, and health to an institute strategically focused solely on health and health care. Before joining Altarum, Mr. Smith served as President of Vector Research Inc., where he led initiatives in the health, national security and business sectors.