Christopher has worked in the criminal justice and education fields for over 20 years. Currently, he is an Assets Protection Executive Lead for Target in Seattle, WA. Previously, he was a law enforcement officer for the City of Tampa, where he worked in various specialty areas such as field training, gang interdiction, and community policing.
Eric Zitaner is Director, Product Management, Benchmarking powered by the ADP® DataCloud for ADP, LLC. Previously he was a Senior Consultant and Global Leader, Product Development and Innovation at Towers Watson Data Services. Eric has over 40 years of experience in technology, innovation, data and benchmarking, and has advised clients in the Energy Services, High Tech, Financial Services, Media, Retail and Wholesale industries.
Laurie first became immersed in the gluten-free world when her child was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2013. Soon after, she co-founded the Generation GF Northern NJ support group. She loves helping to make gluten-free living easier for the families in the group and is thrilled to have the chance to contribute more through the work of the Gluten Intolerance Group Board.
Mike is a finance executive with an MBA from Northwestern University. In 1994 he was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, and has lived gluten-free ever since. The efforts of the Gluten Intolerance Group have made living as a celiac increasingly less difficult over the past two decades.
After a Ph.D. in Particle Physics and 10 years at the University of Geneva studying the creation of the Universe, Patrick spent the next decade driving business insights at eBay and Motorola Mobility. He is married with two kids (one with gluten intolerance) and enjoys his town of Sarasota, FL, where he created Deglon Consulting to help companies transition to the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Before joining the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants as a Senior Technical Manager, Yasmine worked for three CPA firms of various sizes: a big four, a national firm and a local firm in North Carolina. She is married with two kids and is happy to serve on the GIG board and make a difference in the lives of those affected, directly or indirectly, by gluten-related disorders.