L.I.F.E. Founder and President:
Dr. Windsor is a graduate of Midwestern University Medical School AZCOM and is trained in Emergency Medicine (EM). She currently resides in Paradise Valley and is married with three children and three dogs. Dr. Windsor has been practicing since 2009 and is the former EM Clinical Site Director, CME, and Education Director for her physician group. She is also Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix and Clinical Assistant Professor at Midwestern University AZCOM. During the pandemic she has supporting her peers and physicians by becoming the ACEP National Wellness Spokesperson, a Peer and Litigation Coach for Envision Physician Services, and a Peer Coach for the Arizona Medical Association.
As a leader in EM, Dr. Windsor prefers to use her experience and expertise by treating her patients, colleagues, and learners with an all-encompassing approach that focuses on wellness and mentorship. She believes that the teacher and learner should be supported from a point of physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness in order to provide patients and learners with the best quality experience. It is with her passion for positive psychology and her undergraduate degree in psychology that she was inspired to become the founding president L.I.F.E., a nonprofit organization.
Living In Fulfilled Enlightenment, LLC (L.I.F.E.) which is a 501c3 organization that focuses on supporting the well-being of professionals and members through various wellness, education, and life enhancement opportunities. She believes that in order to reach optimal individual performance a person must be supported in all areas of wellness in a manner that suits their personal needs and strengths. She enjoys educating from a state of fulfillment, which allows her to facilitate a new culture of medicine that is caregiver driven resulting in enriched patient experience. She currently serves as President-elect for the Arizona Chapter of Emergency Physicians (AzCEP) and founding chairman of the Wellness Committee for the Arizona Chapter.
L.I.F.E. Vice President &
Tyler Sholl is an ASU Graduate with a B.S. in Neurobiology, Behavior, and Physiology. She is on the path to medical school to pursue her dream of being a physician. She is a former medical scribe at John C. Lincoln and Deer Valley Emergency Department, as well as Phoenix ER & Medical Hospital.
She is the oldest of her 7 siblings and has spent her life being a role model in her town through coaching sports, leading afterschool programs, and spending time with her younger siblings. Her passion for children, as well as women in medicine, has continued to grow. Currently, she assists multiple full-time, working mothers in healthcare to aid in the care, growth, and development of their children.
Tyler began her self-care journey shortly before her career at Arizona State. After a medical mission in Managua, Nicaragua she decided that she would want to devote time to teaching mindfulness and self-care to others. Tyler began helping with L.I.F.E. organization to help provide support to Frontline heroes. Following a successful celebratory parade she organized, Tyler decided to take on a larger role by planning events and fundraisers for the organization as well as working to get L.I.F.E. more involved in the community.
Chief Financial Officer
Neil is the Founder and Managing Director of Eventus Advisory Group, LLC. He is an experienced CFO and CPA with 25+ years of diversified practice in a broad range of industries including life sciences, consumer products, energy services, and manufacturing.
Neil’s expertise in accounting and drive for efficiency has led him to successfully create initiatives that streamline finance and accounting processes and corporate governance, establish and maintain SEC compliance programs, develop capital markets strategies, restructure and optimize operations and spearhead due diligence for financings and acquisitions. He has strong leadership and administrative skills, experience in building efficient processes and managing and developing an accounting and finance team. Neil is a Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, classic cars, cooking and working out.
Rachel graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor's of Science in Biology. She is currently working towards her aspirations of becoming a physician assistant.
Rachel found a passion for community service after being a titleholder in Miss America's Outstanding Teen program. Through that experience, she was able to see the benefits of serving others. One of the aspects of community service that she enjoys most is the ability it has to bring people together to support and encourage each other. Though Rachel leads a busy life, she realizes that health and wellness are vital aspects to function at her best. Her philosophies of overall health and wellness includes a balance of mental, physical, and spiritual health, which is why she believes in L.I.F.E. and what it has to offer.
Director of Philanthropy
Director of Development
Kris earned her B.A. from UCLA and her J.D. / M.B.A. from Chapman University and currently serves as Arizona Market Leader for BMO Private Bank. In her role, she leads a team of professionals dedicated to providing high-net-worth families, closely-held businesses, and charitable organizations with a full range of customized wealth services including investment management, private banking, trust & estate services, and comprehensive wealth planning. Prior to working in wealth management, she spent nearly a decade in public accounting – and focused a considerable amount of her practice on philanthropy and helping non-profits navigate the complexities of compliance regulations and requirements.
During her time in public accounting, Kris discovered the importance of self-care and balancing your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Running on fumes and exhausted, she came home in the midst of a typical 80+ hour work week to find her daughter sick with fever and pneumonia. At that moment, she realized not only how precious and precarious life can be, but also how burnout can keep you from being truly present in your own life. She immediately committed to taking better care of herself and her family going forward and believes whole-heartedly that being the best version of ourselves requires an intentional focus on self-care. She knows that finding the time and energy to deal with life’s many stressors isn’t always easy, and loves the resources that L.I.F.E. brings to anyone that needs support in building those skills.
Thankful for opportunities to support her own community, Kris currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Arizona Center for Nature Conservation (Phoenix Zoo) and chairs the Financial Development Committee. She is also an Executive Committee Member of the Board of Directors for the Arizona Council on Economic Education and a member of the United Way’s Women United. In the past, Kris has served as a volunteer advocate for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) where she championed the safety and well-being of a child who was a victim of parental abuse and neglect in the dependency court system.
Vanessa graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor's of Science in Biomedical Science with minors in Chemistry and Psychology. She recently moved to Gilbert, Arizona, and is on the path of pursuing a career in medicine and research.
Vanessa is a former children's athletic director for competitive cheerleading and gymnastics. She has experience working with the youth in her community and has a growing passion for it. She is also a former NAU cheerleader and experienced extreme burnout working full-time as a student-athlete and decided to prioritize her mental and physical well-being. Growing up with a mother in healthcare, she learned how important it is to care for yourself so you can care for others at the best of your ability. Vanessa hopes to work with L.I.F.E.'s ambassadors and the mentorship programs to help raise awareness and distribute resources to prevent burnout in current and future health professionals.