Jaime Wright

Co-Founder, President & Executive Director
Before leaving her job to found Lolly’s Locks, Jaime was an attorney with the National Labor Relations Board. Prior to this, she worked on political campaigns, and as a fundraiser for various members of Congress. Jaime graduated with an undergraduate degree in history from the University of Maryland in 2005. She went on to receive her law degree from The George Washington University School of Law in 2010. She is so proud to be able to honor her mom everyday by doing this important work.

Steven J. Toll

Co-Founder & Treasurer
Steve has been Managing Partner of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC, one of the leading plaintiffs’ class action law firms in the country, since 1997. LawDragon named him as one of the 500 Leading Lawyers in America for multiple years as well as one of the 100 Lawyers You Need To Know in Securities Litigation in 2008. In 2010, he was named to Law360’s “Most Admired Attorneys” and in 2012, he was selected as “Leading Plaintiffs’ Star in the District of Columbia” by Benchmark: Litigation, the Guide to America’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys. Steve is an Honors Graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsyvania (B.S. Accounting, cum laude, 1972), and from Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 1975).

For many years Steve has donated money to the Make A Wish Foundation, in order to grant children with very serious illnesses one last wish. He also established The Amanda Toll Educational Fund at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Washington DC and established an endowment at Children’s Hospital in memory of his daughter Amanda, which provides extensive training and educational benefits, lectures by world renown experts, and other assistance to doctors and nurses dealing with childhood cancer.

Carla Andrews

Secretary & Member of the Board of Directors

Carla is a Senior Manager at Monitor Deloitte, the strategy consulting arm of Deloitte Consulting, LLP. Carla has spent the last decade as a consultant leading growth and organizational strategy across private sector, government and not-for-profit clients. After several years living and working overseas in Madrid and London, she recently relocated to Washington, DC She earned her undergraduate degree from Stanford University and her MBA from the University of Virginia.

Carla is an avid sports fan and community volunteer. She has supported supported breast and ovarian cancer-related charity events in London and Washington, DC Given her many personal experiences with cancer, Carla was immediately drawn to the mission of Lolly’s Locks, and has been an exceptional addition to the Board of Directors.

Michelle Feld

Member of the Board of Directors

Michelle Feld is a private occupational therapist who works with preschool and school-aged children. She has her own private practice in DC and Maryland.

Michelle attended Boston University where she earned her degree in occupational therapy. After graduating, Michelle headed to New York City where she lived for almost 14 years. Michelle is originally from the DC area, and in February of 2015, she returned to the area. Michelle is the mother of Dahlia and Jonah and is expecting her third child. Michelle’s husband, Alan, is counsel at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. She has always been involved in philanthropic pursuits and fundraising. Michelle has been an active participant on the Executive Planning Committee for the two most recent DC Night of Fashion events. Additionally, Michelle co-chairs the Active Minds Casino Night, which raises money and awareness for a nonprofit that supports college-age students with mental illness and suicide prevention. Lolly’s Locks’ mission is close to Michelle, as she has had family and very close friends both survive and unfortunately, lose their life to cancer. Michelle feels very strongly about Lolly’s Locks and what it offers to those in need.

Frank Hart

Member of the Board of Directors
Frank has spent over 35 years in the finance industry. Soon after graduating from The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 1980, he joined Johnston Lemon & Company. In 1990 Frank transitioned to Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC. Frank earned his Accredited Wealth Management Advisor designation from The College for Financial Planning in conjunction with The Wharton School of Business. Frank joined RBC Wealth Management in 2012 and works in their Washington, DC office. Frank is a lifetime member of the UNC Alumni Association, The Navy League of the United States, and Sons of the American Revolution. Frank and his wife Wanda live in Poolesville, Maryland with their two sons and three dogs. Prior to joining the Board of Directors, Frank was an active member of the Executive Committee for Lolly’s Locks events in Washington, DC.

Sara Muchnick

Member of the Board of Directors
Sara is founder of Sara Muchnick Events, a boutique planning company in the DC metro area. Since her graduation from the University of Maryland in 2004, Sara has been involved in the special events industry, and sat on the board of directors of the DC chapter of the International Special Event Society (ISES) from 2005-2008 as VP of Programs and Education. Sara has also volunteered for the Make a Wish foundation serving as a wish granter assisting with the delivery of wishes for terminally ill children.

Sara met the Toll family in 2008, when she planned weddings for two of their children, Lauren and Jaime. She has felt a close connection to the family ever since. After learning of Jaime’s intentions to carry out her mother’s plans for the foundation, Sara knew she had to be involved in the implementation in some way. She was honored to help plan the inaugural fund raising event for Lolly’s Locks and has since helped plan events in, DC, NYC, and Palm Beach.

Michelle Schoenfeld

Member of the Board of Directors
A mother of 2 and small-business owner from Washington DC, Michelle is a respected fixture
in the local charity circuit. Michelle has been involved in several charitable organizations at the leadership level, including Lolly’s Locks, Knock Out Abuse Against Women, Fashion for Paws, Becky’s Fund, and most recently, The Tigerlily Foundation.

She has been involved with Lolly’s Locks since the very beginning, after she was introduced to Lolly’s family by a mutual friend. She very graciously agreed to Chair the first-ever Lolly’s Locks event despite having no personal connection to cancer herself. She worked her magic to help make the event a success. In May 2013, Michelle was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer. She started the blog Bittersweet as a way to share her journey and help others whose lives have been effected by cancer. Having worn a wig herself, she knows first-hand the importance of Lolly’s Locks’ mission, and she can frequently be found supporting the organization so that it can provide wigs to as many women as possible.