Local Community Leaders
We take immense pride in introducing our dedicated and compassionate Board Members, who play an integral role in steering our non-profit organization towards fulfilling our mission of supporting adults recovering from mental illness through a unique recovery-through-work program.
Each member of The Ora Clubhouse’s Board brings a wealth of expertise, experience, and passion to our cause. They are driven by a shared commitment to improving the lives of those on the path to mental health recovery. With diverse backgrounds in mental health advocacy, healthcare, social work, business management, and community outreach, our Board Members collaborate to ensure the seamless functioning and growth of our organization.
As we continue to make strides in promoting mental health recovery through meaningful work experiences, we owe a debt of gratitude to our remarkable Board Members, whose commitment and compassion form the backbone of The Ora Clubhouse. Together, we remain steadfast in our mission to inspire hope, cultivate resilience, and foster a community of acceptance and understanding for all those seeking a brighter future.
Judge Thomas Thompson
Dr. Julie Stubrud
Julie Stubrud, DC first thought about the Chiropractic field when she was a freshman at Hernando High School, having always been intrigued in how the human body works; she decided Chiropractic was her calling. She is a graduate of Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa. Dr. Stubrud returned to Central Florida in 2007, settling in Ocala. She worked with a group practice for 13 years, then opened her office, Dr. Julie Chiropractic & Massage, in April 2021.
Rev. Cindy Grimes
Yeralin Martinez is a business professional and community advocate. She graduated from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration and Economics with concentration in Human Resources. She also attended The University of North Carolina at Capel Hill where she started a Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA). She and her husband opened Intelligence Health Group, Inc., which is a Christian based physician group that provides care to patients in rehabilitation centers (Skilled Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living etc.) and recently expanded their services to see patients at the comfort of their homes.
Yeralin is passionate about helping others and making a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. She serves as an active member of the Board of Governors of the Continuum of Care for Marion County where she collaborates with community leaders to reach the goal of ending and preventing homelessness in Marion County. She’s also a member of the Chairman’s Circle for the Chamber of Commerce (CEP) and a member of the Healthcare Council led by the CEP initiative SPHERE, where Intelligence Health Group is the main sponsor. She also serves in the United Way Vision Council and is an active member of her church Open Heaven’s Ministry.