Nicole Alifante is a former actress, current singer songwriter, teacher and an undoing racism activist. Nicole was part of Indivisible Westchester at it’s inception. From her work with IW, she decided to hyper focus on America’s brand of racism, how we can change the narrative and ultimately give people of color equity in our institutions while fostering a collective liberation! Nicole grew up in New Rochelle and
is a proud member of New RoAR (New Rochelle Against Racism). She found New RoAR after she participated in a life changing Undoing Racism workshop through The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond. The PISAB principles are at the heart of CURE's mission. She has a son, a husband and a dog. www.nicolealifante.com
Stacy DiCristofaro is a mom of two and an Occupational Therapist. She has experience in leadership of start-up organizations as well as local and global service. Her passion is to see compassion and understanding grow in people with power, which leads them (herself included) into sacrifice, service and work toward change in our community
Margaret (Meg) Käufer is an educator, community organizer and fundraiser. She currently works as President and founding member of the STEM Alliance of Larchmont-Mamaroneck, promoting local opportunities for all children to access applied Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) learning initiatives. Her previous teaching career focused on inner city education, progressive education models, process-based reading/writing curriculum development and bilingual/second language education programs. Through that work, she witnessed first-hand the pervasive, devastating and cumulative impact of unequal access to opportunity in our country. Meg writes, “CURE excites me as the type of critical grassroots conversations that can bring about tangible change in the most unexpected ways. Join the journey with us!”
Herself a bilingual parent (German-English) and mother of five children, Meg has
lived in Germany, Ecuador
Ann LoBue is a doctoral student at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests include the role of race in education policy. Ann served for six years on the board of education of the Mamaroneck School District, including two years as board president, and is currently serving on the district's space and enrollment task force.
Anne Mottola graduated with a BA in Sociology and Psychology from the University of Virginia and a Masters Degree in Social Work from Fordham University's School of Social Welfare. Anne is an instructor for the Edible Academy at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx and the lead garden instructor for the school garden she created and maintains at Osborn Elementary School in Rye, NY. Anne is a freelance graphic designer, a tutor to
elementary age children, and a very proud mom to her 18-year old daughter. Anne is thrilled to have fulfilled a dream of hers – recently publishing a series children’s books about gardening with her sister, Mia.
Kanan Sheth is a Mom/
Lawyer/Advocate – not necessarily in that order and depends on the day. She is interested in building CURE's Breaking Bread events in