Chief Medical Advisor and Founder
Founder and Past President
Secretary and Founder
Board Member and Treasurer
Board Member. Jonathan Kay is head of PSB’s Healthcare Practice. An expert on medical market research, communications, and branding, Jon came to PSB specifically to build the practice, and works with a variety of clients in the space out of the Washington, D.C. office. Prior to joining PSB, Jon was responsible globally for the brand and communications practice at Kantar Health, formerly TNS Healthcare, where his responsibilities included strategic planning as well as business and product development.
Previously, Jon was President or Chief Operating Officer of various business units within TNS Healthcare’s US organization. Before joining TNS, Jon was President and co-Founder of Jstreetdata.com, Inc., an innovator in online medical market research. This venture-backed start-up was acquired by the InterPublic Group in 2002, by TNS in 2003, and by WPP in 2008.Before founding Jstreetdata, Jon worked at Covance — a leading contract research organization — as a consultant to executives and senior management in the life sciences industry. At Covance, he produced reimbursement positioning strategies, market assessments, launch plans, pricing studies, and financial selling models. He also designed and managed free-drug programs for the underinsured and trained sales forces in reimbursement economics.
Jon is co-author of The Managed Care Resource Guide for the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and its members, which he published while at Covance. He began his career while in graduate school, working as an analyst at Genzyme Corporation to produce a launch plan for a biologic used in the management of Thyroid cancer. Jon received a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Cornell and a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
Board Member. Jamie Gorski is chief marketing officer for The Bozzuto Group, an experiential real estate company headquartered in the Washington, DC area. An industry visionary who taps her expertise in brand strategy to create initiatives that strengthen brands and increase revenue, Jamie provides strategic direction, overseeing all brand, marketing and public relations efforts for Bozzuto’s top-rated development, construction, property management and home building divisions.
With more than 30 years of real estate experience, Jamie is well-known for revolutionizing marketing in the industry. She has won numerous awards, including over 35 national honors from The Webby Awards, Multifamily Executive (MFE), National Apartment Association (NAA), and National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Recently, her team was honored with a technology award from University of Maryland for Bozzuto Listens. Jamie was chosen as Legend in the Industry by Multi Family Pro. The Journal of Property Management honored her as one of the women changing the world of real estate management, and she was named as one of the most influential multifamily executives to watch by Multi-Housing News. She was recently honored by the CMOs Leading Innovation Conference (CLIC) with the prestigious Beacon Award.
Jamie also serves on the advisory boards for the College of Mathematics for The Ohio State University, Zillow Multifamily and Virginia Tech Property Management, where she is able to share best practices across marketing, digital and real estate, while mentoring rising stars.
Jamie earned a degree in mathematics from The Ohio State University, where she was captain of the swim team, a Big Ten Champion and an NCAA National finalist. She and her family reside in Annapolis, Maryland.
Andrea Wolf is the oldest of Dr. Brem's three daughters. She grew up hearing a lot about breast cancer. At age 22, Andrea found out that she was BRCA1-positive. She committed to taking control of her breast health and doing everything she could to change her family’s breast cancer narrative. At age 30 she had prophylactic double mastectomies. Today, she uses her passion for helping others to inspire women from all backgrounds to take control of their breast health.
Prior to leading the Brem Foundation, Andrea graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and from the George Washington University Law School. She practiced law at Patton Boggs, LLP and later served as the Director of Public Policy of Girls Inc., an education nonprofit.
In her free time, Andrea loves giggling with her four daughters, petting puppies, eating sushi with her husband, and running in the woods. She is excited to welcome you to the life-saving and life-changing world of the Brem Foundation.
Julia Lichtman Kepniss, a DC native and recovering lawyer, spent the last 14 years as an entrepreneur, starting and running businesses in the area. Before and during law school, Julia worked in various non-profits, primarily with underserved communities, in operations, direct service, legal services and policy. After catching an entrepreneurial bug at the Georgetown University Law Center, Julia founded a high-end, customer-focused bridal shop called Hitched. Over 10 years, Hitched grew from an idea into a multi-million dollar, Georgetown-based company with 15 employees, winning local and national accolades for it's fresh, experience-centered vibe. After selling Hitched four years ago, Julia founded FONBOOTH, a fixture for public restrooms to hold cell phones. This user-experience product can be found in universities, hotels, restaurants, convention centers and stadiums.
Ultimately wanting to return to her mission-focused roots, Julia is thrilled be expanding the reach of Brem's life-saving message and working to increase coverage of diagnostic testing for DC area women in need.
Julia is a lucky mom of two energetic, funny kiddos (6 & 10). She loves her walkable neighborhood, family movie nights, Maryland crabs and binge-worthy detective series.
Juliana Cochnar been committed to fundraising and supporting the breast cancer community for 15 years. After 18 years residing in San Francisco, she moved to Washington, DC in 2016 to learn more about breast cancer advocacy, policy, research and science, and to work for a national organization. Juliana joined the Brem Foundation team in September 2018 and is proud to work for an organization that leads with compassion, builds bridges, and values transparency.
After her mother’s breast cancer diagnosis in 2002, she was inspired to start Beats for Boobs®, a 100% volunteer-driven event based in San Francisco. Since its inception in 2003, Beats for Boobs has distributed over $330,000 to selected breast cancer organization that promote prevention and offer direct services. Her efforts with Beats for Boobs, led her to transition her career into the non-profit sector.
She has served as Team Coordinator and Recruitment Specialist at Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, then moved to splitting her time in development between Breast Cancer Emergency Fund (BCEF) and its collaborative partner, AIDS Emergency Fund, and fundraised to provide quick and compassionate financial assistance for the under-served. She transitioned full-time to BCEF and later was promoted to Development Director, where she served until her move to the East Coast.
Juliana received her undergraduate degree in English from Elon University in North Carolina and her Masters of Non-Profit Administration from the University of San Francisco’s School of Management. She stays involved as a volunteer for various breast cancer organizations across the county.