Theresa Termine

Executive Director 

Theresa is a marketing and communications professional with a specialization in fundraising and development. She has successfully designed and implemented fundraising campaigns for national and local non-profit organizations, as well as local schools and churches. Theresa is currently working to gain master certification in fundraising management through the Lily Foundation at Indiana University. She lives in Arlington with her three teenagers.

Suman Kapur

Deputy Executive Director 

Suman Kapur Green, MS is a mom of two who experienced postpartum depression and anxiety after both births. From 2012 – 2017, she was PSVa’s Executive Administrator and Volunteer Coordinator, managing the day-to-day functions, including managing the training logistics and providing overall support to volunteers and Board members. Suman returns to PSVa as the Deputy Executive Director, overseeing Communications and Volunteers and supporting the Executive Director. She is also the Owner/President of Well Balanced Solutions, providing management consulting services including virtual business management, strategic planning and organizational communication and conflict management consulting services. Prior to having children, Suman earned her Master’s degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and was a Mediator. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and two children.

Lydia Anderson

Director of Coalitions & Woodbridge Coordinator

Lydia is a mom of 3 who experienced postpartum depression after her third pregnancy. She was able to find help at the Arlington PSVa support group; after she recovered, Lydia wanted to help new mothers in Prince William County find help and resources in their community.  An Arlington native, Lydia is a small business owner who lives in Woodbridge with her family.

Danielle Cauley, LPC

Williamsburg Coordinator

Danielle is both a PMAD survivor and a licensed professional counselor specializing in women’s reproductive mental health.  Danielle also has several years of experience as a substance use counselor.  She lives in Williamsburg with her husband, daughter and son.

Jenny Delgado, RN, BSN

Spanish Outreach Manager, NOVA 

Jenny is a bilingual registered nurse with an interest in helping the Spanish speaking community. As a postpartum nurse, she has seen how new mothers are sent home without enough information about their own mental health. She hopes to be able to provide some of this needed information and support, especially in these times of isolation.

Holly Dobrynski

Loudoun Coordinator

Holly is a passionate birth and postpartum doula and certified lactation counselor that has been working with pregnant and postpartum women for over ten years. She lives in Loudoun County with her husband and four children. When she’s not busy supporting new parents, she enjoys playing volleyball and traveling with her family.

Sultana Karim, MA, LCPC, LPC, CCTP

Manager, Professional Resources

Sultana is a licensed professional counselor in Virginia and Maryland, and a certified clinical trauma professional. She has years of experience providing counseling to children, adolescents, adults, and families for a variety of emotional and behavioral issues, with specialization in treating survivors of sexual and domestic violence. She experienced PMADs during pregnancy and after the birth of her daughter, but was able to find help at the Woodbridge support group. After she recovered, she decided to give back as support group leader. Sultana currently lives in Woodbridge, VA with her family.

Karin Mahoney

Director of Communications

Karin’s public relations resume includes over 13 years of industry experience including strategy, content development, website redesign, intra-and inter-communication outreach and social media creation/management. She experienced postpartum depression and anxiety after the birth of her second son. When she’s not keeping her two SUPER energetic Marvel and LEGO loving sons alive, you can probably find her binge-watching BRAVO, picking LEGOS out of her foot, or loudly cheering for her Green Bay Packers with her husband in Burke, Va.

Kristen Miller, BA, CCCE

Peninsula Coordinator

Kristen is a childbirth educator, teaching prenatal classes at a local non-profit hospital. Kristen, who received a degree in psychology from Christopher Newport University, experienced postpartum depression after her second son was born. Kristen is also passionate about helping mothers reach their personal breastfeeding goals and will take the IBCLC exam in 2020. She lives in Carrollton with her husband and 4 (homeschooled) boys.

Mandolin Restivo, MA

Director of Support & Development

Mandolin is an experienced non-profit manager, as well as birth and postpartum doula.  Her professional experience includes working in alternatives to incarceration in the Bronx, where she co-founded the Bronx Reentry Working group; directing a campus Gender Center, and working with underserved youth in New York City.   As a Birth and Postpartum Doula she has served over 150 families during pregnancy, birth, and the first year postpartum.  This combination of experience gives her the tools necessary to support both volunteers and families affected by maternal mental health issues.  She lives in Fredericksburg with her son, Gabriel.

Diane Sampson

Charlottesville Coordinator

Diane is PSVa’s Charlottesville Coordinator.  Check back soon for more details!

Mara Watts, LPC, MA

Director of Outreach and Education

Mara is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia, currently practicing in Fairfax, and holds advanced degrees from the University of Colorado and George Mason University.  After her own struggle with postpartum anxiety and depression she felt that helping other women through postpartum challenges was her calling.  Mara is leading PSVa’s effort to educate maternal-child healthcare providers in Northern Virginia and throughout the state.  She is PSVa’s liaison to the INOVA Health System. Mara and her family live in Fairfax.

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