Board of Directors

Mary Ciammetti | Founder & President

Mary Ciammetti is the Founder of The CTC Wellness Foundation and Don’t Stall, Just Call, an alcohol poisoning education and prevention mission for students and families. In 2015, Mary experienced great tragedy—the death of her beloved youngest child, Christian, a 20-year-old thriving college student. He died from complications of alcohol poisoning due to binge drinking. Through grief, her purpose became clear: Don’t Stall, Just Call was created along with the nonprofit The CTC Wellness Foundation, a 501c(3) that focuses on alcohol education, anxiety reduction strategies and wellness opportunities for students to incorporate healthy lifestyle choices on campus and beyond. Under Mary’s vision, The CTC Wellness Foundation has established an annual scholarship for students at Temple University.

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Mary has presented her powerful Don’t Stall, Just Call mission to over 15,000 people in the last 2½ years in hopes of saving lives. The goal of the DSJC team is to educate. Through an honest, thoughtful and powerful presentation, students and families learn the true dangers of our all-too accepted binge -drinking culture along with the potentially deadly symptoms of alcohol poisoning, thus preventing senseless deaths. The goal is that no other college student will ever be able to say “I didn’t know” what to do in the event of someone showing alcohol poisoning symptoms. The DSJC program defines binge drinking and explains alcohol poisoning symptoms, bystander intervention, refusal techniques and Medical Amnesty policies. Through notes, emails and texts from people who have witnessed our presentations, we have proof that our mission is working and saving lives. Now they will know…

Future goals include amending the PA Medical Amnesty Policy for all underage students, creating a consistent amnesty policy for all youth in the state, as well as introducing alcohol education in the PA State middle school education curriculum. Mary has partnered with PA Attorney General’s Office as a presenter at Round Table Discussions for PA Higher Education during 2018. She is working diligently with several State Representatives in hopes of creating a safer culture for all young people in PA and beyond.

Mary graduated from Mount St. Mary’s University with a B.S. in Business and Finance. Ciammetti left her full-time position AP/AR Specialist at League Collegiate Outfitters in 2017 to focus on The CTC Wellness Foundation and Don’t Stall, Just Call. She had been a League employee for 14 years.

Ashley Ciammetti

Vice President


Ashley has a B.S. in Community Health Education and a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy. She is married to Mary’s second son Drew, and has a beautiful little girl named Ellie. Ashley joined the DSJC/CTC Wellness team because she believes in the purpose of the organization and wants to help create a positive environment for children to grow up in.

Patti DiGiacomo

Board Member


Pat DiGiacomo, EdD, MSN, RNC

Undergraduate Program Director

Department of Nursing

College of Public Health

Temple University

Christine Johnson-Hall

Marketing & Social Media


I work as a social media writer/editor for the Vanguard Group, focusing on Twitter and LinkedIn. Before joining Vanguard as a copy editor in 1998, I worked as journalist for The Morning Call in Allentown, United Press International in London and Trenton, N.J., the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Today’s Spirit in Hatboro. I graduated from Mount Saint Mary’s College with with Mary T. Ciammetti. I am married to John Hall and we have 3 children, Nick, Anna, and Josie.

Julia Miller



Julia has been an integral member of Don’t Stall, Just Call since the very first fire pit Focus Group during summer of 2015. At first, she helped brainstorm ideas and handled the technical portion of our presentations. In Spring of 2016, Mary asked Julia to share her personal perspective as part of the presentation; since then, Julia has been a regular joining Mary and speaking whenever and wherever she is needed! Julia has spoken to thousands of high school and college students, as well as some parents at the following institutions: Gwynedd Mercy Academy, Mount St. Joseph Academy, Devon Preparatory School, Jenkintown High School, Sun Valley High School, Drexel University, Johns Hopkins Univ., Arcadia Univ., and Penn State Univ. By sharing her story, Julia hopes none of these students will ever have to endure the pain of losing a loved one due to alcohol poisoning.

Steve Smith

Board Member


Steve Smith is a shareholder in the law firm of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC. Steve handles a full spectrum of services for his clients, including various aspects of business formation, planning, financing and transactions; mergers and acquisition transactions; monetization of assets of municipalities; the private placement of debt and equity securities; and matters involving shareholder divorce and executive and incentive compensation. He also provides counsel to a wide variety of non-profit organizations.

Steve is also the board chair of InspiriTec, Inc., a non-profit corporation which provides training and employment, mainly in the contact center and help desk space, to physically disabled individuals.

Steve is married to Andrea, who is Christian’s father’s sister, and is a passionate member of the board of DSJC/CTC Wellness, working towards educating our target audience and creating positive options.

Chyllene Zakreski

Administrative Assistant


When Christian passed away in January, 2015 all three of my children were in college. I knew then, if this could happen to the Ciammetti family, it could happen to any family. I wanted to be a part of this mission to change the culture and protect our kids.  Today I am Mary’s administrative assistant, and frequently the first person you will hear from when you contact DSJC to get information or schedule a presentation. I look forward to working with you to spread awareness!

Coeli Ciammetti

Mike Hermansen

Board Member


Mike has a B.S in Accounting from Immaculata University and a Masters of Business Administration from DeSales University. The CTC Wellness Foundation and the Don’t Stall, Just Call program are important causes Mike believes in because of the significant influence their message can have to those in high school and college that will lead to lives being saved. Mike brings a strong business and marketing background to the board allowing us to more effectively and efficiently spread our important message.

Jeanie Muldoon

Board Member


Young people think they are invincible. They don’t realize that alcohol impairs judgment and subsequently, poor choices and high risks can become common. Misjudgment tragically took the life of my son Chris in the summer of 2015.

Six months after Chris’s passing, Mary Ciammetti was introduced to me by a close friend. I was drawn to the Foundation created in her son Christian’s memory Don’t Stall, Just Call when I understood it’s mission to educate young people and their families about alcohol abuse and the destruction it does to lives. Losing a child is a desolate journey that no parent should ever have to travel. One poor choice can end a life and impact the lives of loved ones forever. Don’t Stall, Just Call saves lives.

Currently, I work as a Finance Coordinator in the Development Office at an Archdiocesan High School in Philadelphia. I am a graduate of LaSalle University with a BS in Finance.

Meghan McCloskey

Graphic Designer


Meghan McCloskey is a Graphic designer who studied at the University of South Carolina and is working with the CTC Wellness Foundation in their marketing department. Having witnessed many situations where alcohol education was not present, Meghan felt the need to help spread awareness to today’s college students.

Stephanie Harvey

Graphic Designer


Stephanie Harvey is an artist and freelance graphic designer located in the Philadelphia suburbs. She joined the DSJC/CTC Wellness team in 2015 after befriending Mary at their workplace and believing in the importance of her cause. When she’s not running her business exit343design, she loves to travel, spend time with friends, and attempt to learn yoga.