Board of Directors
Adam Granit John Henson Neiko Shea
Born and raised in South Florida, Adam earned his Bachelors of Art degree in Criminal Justice, minoring in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University and his Masters’ of Public Administration degree from Nova Southeastern University. Adam has worked for the Davie Police Department for the last 20 years and is currently a Detective in the Special Victims’ Unit specifically handling internet crimes against children and human trafficking of minors. Adam is also a part of the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the FBI’s Crimes Against Children Task Force.
Born in North Carolina and raised in Texas, John attended the University of North Carolina to play basketball where he was the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 and 2012. After entering the NBA draft in 2012, John was selected in the first round to play for the Milwaukee Bucks where he currently resides. John also sponsors and oversees an AAU basketball team for 7th and 8th graders in Tampa, Florida called “Henson Select”.
Neiko earned her Bachelors’ degree from the University of Florida and her Masters’ degree in Social Work from Barry University before becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience in the Child Welfare system. Neiko started her career in the field as a case manager working with adolescent girls with a history of trauma and abuse in a group home setting and then a therapist for children and families before becoming the Clinical Director for an agency that provided foster care and behavioral health services. She went on to serve as the Director of Service Coordination, and was later promoted to the Vice President of Network Development, for the Child Welfare Community Based Care Lead Agency in Florida. After 10 years in that capacity, she pursued a passion in adoptions and accepted an opportunity as Executive Director of a private Adoption Agency.
Currently, Ms. Shea is the Vice President of Child Welfare Programs at Sunshine Health in South Florida.