The Board of Wellington Cares is a volunteer board. The board was selected on the premise of having broad-based participation of residents with diverse background that will allow for sustainable, proactive growth of the organization. They believe that long-term success is determined not only by the effectiveness of their management, but also by the persistent vision of leaders. Under their guidance, Wellington Cares embraces new approaches to supportive services for persons 65 and older to remain as independent as possible in their home.

Executive Committee

Kathy Foster – Executive Director

Kathy Foster is a 33 year resident of Wellington. She is the owner of an interior design company, K. Foster Designs, LLC for the past 28 years. Kathy has been involved in community and children’s charities including The Adam Walsh Children’s Fund, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and Junior Achievement. She also served in elected office for 11 years both on Acme Board and as First Mayor of Wellington. Kathy is married to Mike Nelson with 4 children and 7 grandchildren.

Marion Frank – Treasurer and Corresponding Secretary

Marion is a graduate from the business school at the University of Miami in 1982. She went on to a career at IBM as a Marketing Representative for 10 years. After giving birth to her two sons, Marion went on to get licensed in Life and Health Insurance, Series 6 and got her International certification in Personal Training with the American College of Sports Medicine.

Marion and her family moved to Wellington in 1993 after they lost their brand new home in Miami’s Hurricane Andrew. Marion was very interested in the Wellington Community very early on in its incorporation. She ran for Village Council and lost, but acquired a great education in local politics.

For the past 12 years, Marion is the Practice Manager for a small, independent Anesthesia practice in West Palm Beach. She has seen many changes in healthcare recently, most are not conducive to the doctor-patient relationship, so she became the National Co-Chair for a grassroots group of doctors from all around the country that are fighting to restore the doctor-patient relationship and keep insurance companies and the government out of the decisions. (

Joan Manning – Volunteer Advisor

Joan Manning has lived in Wellington since 1977. She is married and the mother of two grown daughters. In the fall of 1977 she co-founded and was the first president of the Wellington Welcome Wagon Club that provided information and activities for the new residents of Wellington. The Wellington chapter of the Welcome Wagon Club transformed into the Women of the Western Communities. For the past thirty three years Joan Manning has been employed by the School District of Palm Beach County as a Speech/Language Pathologist. Recently retired, Joan has more time to enjoy her family and traveling.

Cheryl Anders

Cheryl Anders has been in the healthcare industry for over 25 years. As a registered nurse she practiced in numerous clinical settings. Realizing that her passion was to use her clinical skills at a more influential level, to make a difference in health care access and health care industry growth, she entered the field of hospital management as a strategist, business developer and operations administrator. Since 1990, Cheryl has been instrumental in positioning hospitals and physician practices to focus on patient care initiatives and outcomes while creating programs that meet community needs and establish thriving business environments.

In 2009 she started her own companies focused on helping businesses position themselves for sustained grow. Cheryl is founder of Think Big Health Care Solutions, a full-service strategic planning, business development, practice management and marketing solutions corporation designed to enhance how companies conduct business and maintain competitive advantage to grow market share and increase return on investments. Cheryl is also co-founder of Think Big Media Productions, a brand solutions company specializing in graphic design of custom communications, web sites, video and film. Based on the philosophy that building business takes more than a new logo, the company offers a fresh, creative approach to effective communication and marketing collateral that drives market share and revenue to help clients gain market penetration, improve customer loyalty and brand recognition.

Cheryl is married and has two children attending school in Wellington, Florida.

Alan E. Bottorff

Alan E. Bottorff is currently the chief executive officer and administrator of Admiralty Home Health Care. Bottorff has over twenty years of success in high-profile, top-tier roles as a leader within various industries as well as the military.

Alec Domb

Alexander L. Domb is a shareholder in The Law Office of Alexander L. Domb, P.A., a law firm specializing in Estate Planning and Elder Law, including the preparation of Wills, Trusts, including Special Needs Trusts, Durable Family Powers of Attorney, Health Care Surrogate Designations, Living Wills, and Guardianships, for over 26 years.

Alec maintains his offices at the entrance to Palm Beach Polo and Country Club on Forest Hill Boulevard.

In addition to practicing law, Alec is the President of the Wellington Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Palm Beach County Consumer Affairs Hearing Board He is also the Chairman of the Wellington Chamber of Commerce’s Political Acton Committee.

Born in Brooklyn, NY, Alec attended the University of Miami undergraduate school of Business Administration and graduated with a degree in Finance. He also attended the Nova Southeastern School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor. He is presently a member of The Florida Bar, and the Palm Beach County Bar Association. He also maintains a Florida real estate license, mortgage broker’s license and a life, health and variable annuity insurance license.

Alec has been married to the former Melody Shernoff for almost 26 years. Melody is a registered nurse and owner of jewelry design firm, Melody Creates. They reside in Wellington, Florida.

Daniel Turner

Daniel Alan Terner, Esq., has assisted seniors and disabled individuals of all ages as an elder law attorney for more than fifteen years. He is the co-author of the Florida Bar’s Guardianship Practice Manual chapter on Public Benefits for the current (eighth) edition, and several prior editions. His law firm, Terner Elder Law, P.L., is located in Wellington. Through his firm, Daniel provides legal assistance to seniors and disabled individuals of all ages. His areas of practice include special needs planning, long term care asset protection planning, Social Security claimant advocacy, and estate planning.

Daniel has served his community as a member of the Greater Boca Raton Estate Planning Council, the Ruth Rales Pooled Disability Task Force, and as a member of the Board of Trustees of Temple Sinai in Delray Beach, Florida. He maintains active memberships with the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, and the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar. He presently serves the Palm Beach County Bar Association as a member of its Elder Law Affairs and Solo & Small Firm committees. Daniel is a sponsoring member of SAGE, Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Elders, the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults. He is a past Head Coach of the Metuchen/Edison YMCA Special Olympics Swimming Team, and is a strong supporter of Special Olympics Florida.