Our Board of Directors

Evermore’s Board of Directors envisions a world where all bereaved people experience a healthy, prosperous, and equitable future.


Jacqueline Corbin-Armstrong

Evermore Chair, Child Fatality/Case Practice Specialist, DC Office of Planning, Policy and Program Support, Child and Family Services Agency

Ms. Corbin-Armstrong is currently a Child Fatality/Case Practice Specialist with the DC Office of Planning, Policy and Program Support at Child and Family Services Agency. Previously she was the Fatality Review Division Program Specialist for Child and Infant Fatalities with the DC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. She has over thirty years of experience addressing social well-being, medical, continuum care and legal issues related to education, mental health, child, family and adult social services. She has volunteered for international initiatives related to micro-lending, decreasing gender-based violence, gender equity, and cultural healing. More recently, she has provided psychological support for families who lost a loved one to COVID-19 in D.C.

Princess Hyatt

Princess Hyatt

Executive Director & Head of School, Grace Academy

Ms. Hyatt is the Executive Director and Head of School at Grace Academy, an all-girls private school dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty through education. Through her work, she is enriching and empowering girls and women to pursue their intellectual pursuits with confidence and curiosity. In addition, she serves Greater Hartford in a number of pursuits, including the Urban League of Greater Hartford and The African American Development Officers Network. She received her B.A. in English from Pine Manor College and M.S. in Nonprofit Management from Bay Path University. 

Donna Mazyck

Donna Mazyck

Evermore Treasurer, Nursing Leader, Advocate & Champion

Donna Mazyck, MS, RN, NCSN, CAE, FNASN, is a highly respected and accomplished nursing professional who has spent over three decades advocating for the health and well-being of children in schools across the United States. As the Executive Director of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) from 2011 to 2023, Mazyck led an expansion of the influence and impact of our nation’s 95,000 school nurses in addressing student and school community health and safety. She oversaw the creation of the Framework for 21st Century School Nursing Practice™, which defined the role of student-centered school nursing and its complex mix of community/public health, leadership, care coordination, quality improvement, and standards of practice components.

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Joyal Mulheron

Evermore Vice Chair & Secretary, Founder & Executive Director

Ms. Mulheron spent twenty-five years advising high-ranking politicians, including governors and The White House, and translating basic science into public policy. She has enjoyed leading significant initiatives for the National Governors Association, the National Academies of Science, and the American Cancer Society. Ms. Mulheron holds a master’s in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University and degrees in Biochemistry and English from Virginia Tech, as well as a minor in Chemistry. After a series of high-profile death events and the death of her daughter, Ms. Mulheron founded Evermore to change policy, advance research, and improve the lives of bereaved children and families. 

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Mark Standard

Executive Director, UBS Private Wealth Management

Mr. Standard has spent two decades in finance and banking, working with distinguished institutions, including Merrill Lynch, J.P. Morgan and UBS.  His career of strategic roles has driven significant advancement in the sector.  He has experience in Fintech and Venture Capital, serving clients in the private wealth space.  He holds an MBA from the University School of Chicago and executive education credentials from the Wharton Business School.

Mr. Standard has an unwavering commitment to community.  His pro bono consultancy work for local small businesses, reflects his belief in making meaningful impact.  The professional narrative of Mr. Standard is one of relentless pursuit of excellence, leadership, and the application of personal values for societal advancement.