Meet the Board

Rose A. Weinberg

Fulfilled Wife ~ Mom ~Bubi (Grandma) ~DogBubi | DogNerd | Ongoing Student of Martial Arts

Project BeamON Director – Founder, Chair

Rose A. Weinberg Lives in Richmond Hill with her family. She is the Founder and CEO of the WellnessWrx and The Feel Good Company. Rose is a fulfilled wife, mom, bubi, dogmom, and dogbubi. An author, speaker, and wellness expert. Today Rose is a leading influence in wellness.


What does Project BeamON mean to Rose?

“Project BeamON’s fundamental mission is to offer comfort, warmth, and peace to people with cancer. It also is incredible support as the ideal gift for loved ones to send who have been diagnosed with cancer. After losing my grandmother to cancer, I always felt helpless when hearing that people were diagnosed at a young age. Project BeamON fills that helplessness with the ideal gift to offer comfort, warmth, and peace, which the Reiki-blanket offers all packaged up in a beautiful organic cotton blanket.

Frances Adler is the Director of Interpreting Services at All Languages Ltd. With over 25 years of customer service experience, Frances oversees the interpreting department and provides Account Management and employee team-building programs.  Frances is also on OCCI (Ontario Council of Community Interpreters) Board of Directors, on Executive as Secretary. She is a Reiki Master and owns a catering company, For the Gourmet Appetite.

What does Project BeamON mean to Frances?  “As a Reiki Master, Project BeamON gives me the opportunity to continue paying it forward. Knowing that we touch the lives of so many people affected by cancer is very important to me. Like so many people, cancer has touched my life; both my parents had cancer my mother died of the disease over 23 years ago and very close friends have breast cancer. I wish my parents could have received a Reiki-attuned blanket surrounding them with the love and warmth it provides. Whether it’s an attuned blanket or the informal education on Reiki Energy Therapy, Project BeamON is a true g-d sent to those people affected with cancer.”

Frances Adler

Director of Interpreting Services

Project BeamON Director  – Vice-Chair

Dr. Berger is a Family Physician and Board Certified Palliative Care Physician practicing in Richmond Hill, Ontario.  He is a Fellow of College of Family Physicians of Canada, Program Director and Chief of Continuing Care, Palliative Care and Rehabilitation at MacKenzie Hospital, Richmond Hill. Dr. Berger has an extensive palliative care practice seeing patients at various stages in their end of life journey including home visits, hospital palliative care unit, acute care hospital consultations and office setting. He has lectured at numerous palliative care conferences with strong interest in communication at the end of life for care team and families and patients.


What does Project BeamON mean to Brian?  “Project BeamON offers a level of comfort to patients undergoing a stressful journey. It adds another dimension to caring, recognizing that there are a broad base of caregivers within the human network, and we all can share in this journey with our patients.”

Dr. Brian berger

Family Physician
Board-Certified Palliative Care Physician – Project BeamON Director

Makarios (Mario) Keriakedes

DTM Professional Public Speaker – Project BeamON Director

Mario Keriakedes is a Spiritual Teacher, Author, speaking on issues of altruism, philanthropy and world peace. He is a former Sales and Marketing Director in the high technology OEM sector, and as a successful entrepreneur created a Florida based ecclesiastical supply company servicing Orthodox Churches all over North America.


What does Project BeamON mean to Mario?  “I lost both my patents to cancer at a very young age, and witnessed the profound impact of this illness on their lives, my own and many around me. I joined Project BeamON as a Director to assist the charitable organization in its efforts to provide comfort to those affected by cancer, and as a level two Reiki practitioner to educate people about the benefits of Reiki Energy Therapy.”

Gino Pincente is a business builder, CEO of Be Safe Tires in the City of Vaughan. He holds an executive position on the Vaughan Chambers of Commerce Board and is involved in many aspects of community engagement. Gino is a family man and has is very community-oriented.

What does Project BeamON mean to Gino?  “Project BeamON offers a level of comfort and warmth to people who are diagnosed with cancer. It’s a community of people who lead this organization to make sure the Reiki-blanket recipient feels the love the Reiki-blanket offers and offers their loved one a sense of comfort in sharing this simple gift with them.”

Gino Pincente

Business Owner
Marketing Executive – Project BeamON Director

Laurie Hung currently works as an Account Manager at a leading consumer products company. She has her Masters degree in Business Administration, an undergrad in Commerce and is a licensed Realtor. She enjoys travelling, managing her home renovations and spending time with her Shiba Inu puppy.


What does Project BeamON mean to Laurie? “I have lost several beloved family members and friends to Cancer. It’s a devastating disease, but amidst the hardship, I was able to find a glimpse of comfort through Project BeamON.


When I first discovered Project BeamON, I immediately requested a blanket for a friend’s little boy who was battling Cancer. I was thrilled to learn that my request was processed immediately and even more delighted when a couple weeks later, I received my friend’s note of thanks – Her little boy loved the blanket and took it with him tohis Chemotherapy treatments. He found the blanket to be warm and comfortable and mentioned an uplifting feeling when he cuddled with it. From that moment on, I was hooked on Project BeamON and sought ways to get involved in this fantastic organization.”

Laurie Hung

Project BeamON Director – Secretary

Mary Kilislian is employed in the dental industry as an Accounting Manager. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She is also a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition as a Holistic Health and Wellness Coach. She is very passionate about the power of healing.


What does Project BeamON mean to Mary?
“Cancer has had a serious impact on my life. I have lost so many loved ones. Project BeamON’s mission is to offer comfort, warmth and peace is an incredible way to offer extra support to these beautiful souls in their difficult times.”

Mary Kilislian

Project BeamON Director  – Treasurer