FPA’s mission is to serve those with neuropathic facial pain, including trigeminal neuralgia, through patient support, education for patients and medical professionals, and by promoting research to find a cure.
In order to continue to deliver the information and assistance necessary, we have an excellent team made up of a dedicated, knowledgeable, and caring group of former TN patients and care-giving specialists.
Allison Feldman, Chief Executive Officer
Allison has been working in the nonprofit sector since 2004. She holds a degree in Education from Emory University and returned to school in 2013 to earn a Master in Public Administration degree. Allison has worked in many areas of nonprofits including programming, fundraising, event planning, public policy, volunteer management and governance.
Originally from New Jersey, Allison lives in suburban Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and is frequently visited by their two adult children.
Amy Turner, Director of Development
Amy joined the team in September 2018 bringing with her over 20 years of experience in non-profit development and marketing. She was diagnosed with Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia in 2012 and understands the debilitating effects of neuropathic facial pain.
Nancy Oscarson, Business Manager
Nancy oversees daily operations, maintains financial and business documents. 2019 marks Nancy’s 10th year at FPA.
Nancy has owned and operated several successful businesses in Florida. As an independent business owner she honed her business and finance skills. Nancy works directly with the CEO; she oversees daily operations, maintains financial and business documents and coordinates FPA conferences and exhibits. Nancy brings a great deal of resourcefulness to the team.
Mitzi Korb, Administrative Assistant
Mitzi is the Administrative Assistant for FPA. Mitzi is the person who greets you when you call the national office, she does the data entry for FPA; tracking donations to the organization, constituent information and other association activities such as book purchases or conference registrations.
Pam Neff, Patient Support Volunteer
Pam is a retired RN, she provides patient support and contributes to the Quarterly Journal of the Facial Pain Association. With her medical background, she’s an excellent addition to the team, bringing resourcefulness and expertise to ensure we’re providing the most accurate information possible to those who need it.