We are proud to introduce THE board members of Suite HOPE

Amy Green - chairman


From the boardroom to the courtroom, Amy Green has over 14 years of experience forcefully representing her clients for all their business and personal legal issues. Her practice includes acting as general counsel for companies on an outside basis, where she works to solve the legal issues facing her clients in an efficient and effective manner. Ms. Green specializes in transactional and business issues including corporate formation, mergers and acquisitions and conversions, contract negotiations and preparations, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, service contracts, letters of intent and memoranda of understanding, private placement offerings, negotiation of commercial real estate leases, real estate and asset acquisition or disposition, labor and employment solutions, employee handbooks, oversight of outside counsel for unique legal issues, and dispute resolution and litigation along with other matters. Amy's practice is distinguished by her personal care for her clients as well as her broad experience, ranging from boardroom negotiations to courtroom litigation. She also takes an extremely active role in community matters, ranging from extensive Pro Bono work, to serving as Board Chair for the Housing Crisis Center, and Underwriting Committee co-chair for Dallas' Cattle Baron's Ball benefiting the American Cancer Society. Her efforts for these charities, as well as many others, have helped these causes in raising literally millions of dollars.

Jeanna Doyle - Founder

Licensed Cosmetologist, Medical Aesthetic Provider, Oncology Esthetician and Corrective Makeup Specialist

Jeanna has lead a dual career in both medical settings and in fashion and advertising. In the medical area her experience has lead her to work in office with plastic and reconstructive surgeons, dermatologists and oncologists. In the fashion and advertising world she has worked in print, television, and film.

Jeanna developed The HOPE Method a training curriculum for oncology estheticians to become certified to do corrective makeup on cancer patients. The HOPE Method is the first course of its kind approved by the ISOE International Society of Oncology Esthetician’s. Jeanna is also a frequent contributor to the Cancer Knowledge Network as a corrective makeup expert as well as a guest blogger for cancer related beauty articles for The Mary Kay Foundation providing thought leadership to an international audience in both areas of beauty and technical content.

As a Dallas resident for the last 18 years Jeanna has worked with a number of A-list actors, athletes, musicians, models, politicians, and a former President and First Lady.

Jeffrey Kendall, Psy.D.

Director, Oncology Support Services University of Minnesota Cancer Care

Dr. Kendall received his degree from Indiana State University and completed his Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Psychosocial Oncology at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York. For the past 18 years, Dr. Kendall has held positions within NCI-Designated comprehensive cancer centers, academic medical centers, and community cancer centers. He joined theUniversity of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center in 2016 where he is dedicated to addressing the impact of cancer on individuals and families. Currently his professional time is divided among direct patient care, program administration, program development, and research collaboration. To raise awareness of the needs of cancer patients, he speaks nationally and internationally and has published over 35 journal articles and abstracts on topics related to psychosocial oncology and cancer survivorship. As a nationally recognized thought leader in his field, Dr. Kendall serves on committees for the American Psychosocial Oncology Society and the Association of Community Cancer Centers as well as the Board of Suite Hope.

Kathy Maddocks, RN, MSN, OCN

Kathy Maddocks has worked in the filed of oncology for more than 20 years as an oncology certified nurse. She obtained a Bachelors of Science in Nursing in River Forest, Illinois and a Master’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas as Arlington. Kathy has worked in a variety of oncology settings, including inpatient, out patient, clinical research and most recently as an oncology educator and she is based in Dallas, Texas. has worked in the field of oncology for more than 20 years as an oncology certified nurse. She obtained a Bachelors of Science in Nursing in River Forest, Illinois and a Master's of Science in Nursing from The University of Texas at Arlington. Kathy has worked in a variety of oncology settings, including inpatient, outpatient, clinical research and most recently as an oncology educator based in Dallas, Texas. 

Carolyn Muller, MD

Dr. Carolyn Muller is a board certified Gynecologic Oncologist. She received her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1988 and completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. She completed her gynecologic oncology training at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas in 1996 where she practiced until 2004. She has since relocated to Albuquerque New Mexico where she continues to comprehensively treat women with gynecologic cancers.

Bonnie Pitman

Distinguished Scholar in Residence / Co-Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Museums at The University of Texas at Dallas

Bonnie Pitman is a nationally recognized leader in the museums, arts and education communities for her initiatives engaging audiences with works of art.  Her current work includes exploring the collections of museums as places of healing- especially with patients and caregivers who are dealing with chronic illnesses, creating experiences of looking at art with the challenges of recovery and compassion for living in a place of transformation and beauty.

Pitman was appointed  a Distinguished Scholar in Residence in 2012 University of Texas at Dallas where she teaches and conducts research.  She was the former Eugene McDermott Director of the Dallas Museum and also served as Deputy Director. Pitman has been a curator, educator, and administrator at the University of California’s Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, Seattle Art Museum, New Orleans Museum of Art, Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Pitman has received numerous awards over her career and was recognized most recently with the Award for Distinguished Service to Museums by the American Association of Museums in 2011.

Pitman received a Master of Arts degree from Tulane University and a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Sweet Briar College in Virginia.

Ann Marie Scichili

Ann Marie Scichili has 30 years of expertise as a leading global business and product development strategist, with extensive experience in the fashion industry. Ann Marie has developed and managed some of the most influential brands today, among them: Banana Republic, Donna Karan and Lucky Brand Jeans

Ann Marie works alongside opinion leaders within a business and helps them develop their voice in the media. She is able to cultivate unique brand qualities within their identity, and weaves these strands back into their corporate ethos and mission.

Ann Marie has lectured at St Martins College and worked on fashion-industry career programs for foreign students in London; developed courses for Polimoda International Institute for Fashion Design and Marketing in Italy. She also contributed to various Texas-based initiatives for Southern Methodist University and North Texas State.

An accomplished linguist and fluent in Italian, Ann Marie counts herself lucky to have visited every US state and 74 countries worldwide. Although she has lived in Europe for the past 26 years, she is extremely proud of her Texas heritage, and how those roots and have shaped her.

Diana Stratbucker


Diana Stratbucker is a senior sales and technology professional having 15+ years’ experience in business development, direct and channel sales, management, and marketing.  Her experience ranges from Fortune 500 corporations to start up organizations.  Diana has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Nebraska Wesleyan University and an MBA from the University of Notre Dame. Diana is based in Dallas, TX.


Master Licensed Esthetician, Cosmetologist, Educator and founder of Oncology Spa Solutions®

Becky Kuehn is the owner of Oncology Spa Solutions ® and the leading Oncology Educator in the US. She has been teaching the Oncology training to spa, salon & medical professionals since 2011.  She also created patient programs in her area and now in many hospitals and cancer centers while providing advice and education articles for newspapers and industry leading magazines. She is an invited speaker for Oncology training at conventions all across the US.

A licensed Cosmetologist since 1982, a Holistic Cancer Support Educator, Hope Coach and holds a Master Esthetics license in the State of Washington and NCEA Certified.

Becky was personally affected by cancer at the age of 18. After losing friends and family members to cancer, she herself was diagnosed. As a cancer survivor for over three decades, Becky has made it her lifelong mission to discover and develop ways to help and care for cancer patients; not only in the care of the skin and hair but also with the importance of touch, listening and simply being there. Her support has greatly helped cancer patients by teaching safe skincare, ingredients, hair and makeup methods for pre, during and post treatment conditions.

Kuehn’s continual, hands-on work with patients has enabled her to provide compassionate care, education and inspiration to those whose lives have been, and are being touched by cancer.