Janice Greller
Executive Director

Janice Greller was a physicians' service representative at Martin Memorial Hospital for 20 years and was a licensed EMT in the state of Florida working in Melbourne prior to moving to Stuart in 1982. Janice is married, with two children and three grandchildren. Her husband served 21 years in the military prior to moving to Florida. They have traveled extensively in Europe and the USA.

Janice served on the Martin Housing Alliance Board. She volunteered as the president of NAMI Martin County for three years before becoming executive director in 2020 and was previously vice president. She has facilitated the bi-monthly NAMI Martin County Family & Friends Support Group for five years and is certified to teach the NAMI Family to Family class, which she has taught with Pam Baker for four years.

Sandi Caimi
President, Director

Sandi Caimi has been a member of NAMI since 2001. She served as a facilitator for NAMI Family Support Group and completed the Family to Family Program in April 2001. She was previously a member of the board of the Martin County FACT Team.

Sandi obtained her B.S. degree from Indian River Community College in Paralegal Studies. She worked several years at the Hanley Treatment Center in West Palm Beach gaining practical knowledge in working with patients with mental health and addiction diagnoses and obtained Certified Addiction Specialist training.

Sandi's son was diagnosed with  mental illness and a co-occurring addiction when he was 19 years old. Thus began Sandi's 20-year experience in advocating for her son through the matrix of mental health, criminal justice, jail, and housing systems. Her son is now 42 years old and has been in recovery from his mental illness and addictions for over 10 years. She is currently seeking advocacy certification through NAMI. Sandi retired in 2018 and volunteers with the local Catholic Church as a Bereavement Group facilitator.

Kirsten Chism
Vice President, Director

Kirsten Chism is a graduate of the University of Florida (BS degree) and the University of Mississippi (MS degree). She is a speech-language pathologist serving students and adults since 1997. Kirsten is a Native Floridian and lives in Jensen Beach. She is married, with two children. 

Kirsten has been involved with NAMI Martin County since 2018. She is certified to teach NAMI’s Family to Family course and to facilitate NAMI Family and Friends Support Groups. Kirsten is active in the community and volunteers with The Council on Aging in Martin County, local public schools and Treasure Coast Community Church. In 2017 she received the Volunteer of the Year award at Lincoln Park Academy in Fort Pierce.

Pam Baker
Secretary, Director

Pam Baker has been a member of NAMI since 2003, and has found the support NAMI provided through the Family to Family class and the Family Support Group to be invaluable. Pam has been a NAMI Family Support Group facilitator and NAMI Family to Family teacher for a number of years. In her spare time, Pam loves to walk, garden, swim, and rescue Airedale Terriers.

Tiffany Reddick
Treasurer, Director

Tiffany Reddick is employed with HBK CPAs and Consultants and has over 10 years’ experience in non-profit accounting. Formerly she was the bookkeeper for Covenant Fellowship Baptist Church. She is currently finishing up her Master’s degree in Accounting and Finance.

Tiffany has been married to her husband, John, for 23 years. The couple has four children and has called Martin County home for the past 24 years.

Scott Armstrong

For the past 10 years, Scott has held IT, continuous improvement, and Agile leadership roles in healthcare and aeronautical manufacturing organizations, such as Director of Innovation & Improvement for Jupiter Medical Center and as a National Product Owner for Optima Healthcare Solutions, Inc.'s ClinisignTM product line. He is currently projects manager at Smiths Interconnect's Enabling Technologies for a global team of 13 PhD scientists, engineers, disruptive innovation experts, and as the president/CEO of The Bridge Effect Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) focused on identifying and reducing community and social anxieties.

From 1996 to present, Scott has served non-profit endeavors from the Martin County Business Development Board's Community Advisory Board, to serving as president of the University of Florida Martin County Alumni Club, as a four-year Pratt Whitney WPB committee member to the UTC WPB United Way Giving Campaign and communications director for the Palm Beach Chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics in 2012.

Scott holds BA degrees in both Business Administration and Marketing and a Master of Science degree in Quality Systems Management through the United Technologies Corporation partnership with the National Graduate School of Quality Management in Falmouth, Massacusetts, where he also received his Lean Six-Sigma Blackbelt certification.

Kimberly Comer

Kimberly Comer is the president and cofounder of Ceeport Health LLC, a mental health peer support organization headquartered in Vero Beach, FL. She is a National Certified Peer Specialist, a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist (CRPS) with the state of Florida, a Community Health Worker/Certified Recovery Specialist (CHW/CRS) with the state of Indiana and a Copeland Institute certified Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) facilitator. She is certified to teach and facilitate NAMI peer and family signature classes and support groups.

Kimberly is the NAMI Florida Peer Leadership Council Representative, the Florida Recovery Advocacy Project state lead, a board member with the Florida Mental Health Advocacy Coalition, and a Mental Health Court Advocate in District 19 of Florida. She has delivered presentations on the impact of peer support in mental health recovery at conferences throughout the US and has been actively involved in advocating for mental healthcare reform.

Kimberly was the executive director of NAMI Greater Indianapolis and served on the board of directors for NAMI Indiana. Her own story about the rise from homelessness and incarceration in a maximum-security prison to successful recovery and life of achievement has kept audiences spellbound and given hope to many who thought they could not overcome their own mental health challenges.

Janice Matthews

A six-year resident of Jensen Beach originally from Kansas, Janice Matthews has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Kansas, where she also studied English and completed graduate social welfare and neuropsychology coursework. She has worked as a phone and drop-in crisis center counseling volunteer and served for two years on a school board committee in Martin County addressing student behavior, mental health and policies impacting students and families living with mental illness diagnoses within the district. She is passionate about working to help develop and implement pathways for all students and families in our district to achieve and succeed.

Self-employed for more than 30 years, Janice is the owner of GatorWords Consulting, which provides research, writing, editing and website content management to a global clientele. Among the benefits of serving the needs of such diverse clients has been the opportunity to spend time with clients in Medellín, Colombia and to live in Ontario and Nova Scotia, Canada for five years, an experience that significantly impacted and accelerated her commitment to help improve mental healthcare and programming for persons living with mental illness within the United States. A mother of six and grandmother of five, Janice is active at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Stuart. She has been gratefully involved with NAMI Martin County since 2016.

Kameliya Sapundzhieva

Kameliya Sapundzhieva is the director of business development for Coral Shores Behavioral Health (UHS Inc.) in Stuart, FL. She has over 15 years of experience in strategic risk management, business development and growth of profitable new business opportunities in the US and overseas. Kameliya worked as Manager of Military Programs for an inpatient behavioral health program for active-duty service members, veterans and dependents available in over 30 behavioral health hospitals across the US. She has also worked with the Wounded Warriors Project. Previously, she was a consultant to the Department of Defense providing international affairs analysis, advice and cross-cultural training to federal agencies and government contractors. She was the principal for FORS Smart Power LLC, a strategic management and international capture management company in Virginia.

Kami is a United States veteran soon to be transferred to the Florida National Guard, with more than 10 years of military service as a healthcare administrator and medical liaison. She has direct patient care and Medevac related experience, and is a certified linguist in French, Spanish, Italian and Russian. She is a Masters Resiliency Trainer (USAR), ASIST certified, and a certified EEO Counselor, and is a member of ACHE, AMSUS and AUSA. She has two sons, one a second lieutenant in the US Air Force and another who aspires to become a psychiatrist.

Kameliya received her Master’s degree in International Commerce and Policy from George Mason University in Arlington, VA and her Master’s degree in International Relations from Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski in Sofia, Bulgaria.