Board of Advisors

Make Lemon Aide Foundation for CP is honored to introduce our Courageous Advisory Board. They advocate, provide financial support, advise on strategic plans and help us fight CP.


Josh Davis, PT, DPT, MTC, CSCS, IMT, Cert. DN

Dr. Joshua Davis is a highly advanced physical therapist with a specialty in dry needling, biomechanics, manual structural correction, and the Symptom Recovery Model of PT. With his business partner, Dr. Sue Leger, Dr. Davis owns and manages First Step Physical Therapy located in Fayetteville, GA. 

Dr. Davis is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia (PTAG), and serves as First Step PT’s Coordinator of Clinical Education (CCCE). This position allows Josh to be in constant contact with Physical Therapy (PT) and Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) schools, as well as the students who are interested in gaining experience through clinical rotations. 

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Chris Hendricks

Chris Hendricks has reached over 100,000 people—young and old—from all walks of life throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe with his music, spoken word, and transformational stories of his personal journey. Chris was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of 4, which gives him a unique perspective on leadership, creativity, and self-worth.

Chris teaches living in the potential we are all born to be. He brings this perspective to light in front of elementary schools, up through colleges to law firms and major corporations. 

Rich Jureller

Rich Jureller is the president of the Buffalo Sabres Foundation and director of community relations for the Sabres hockey team.  A lifelong resident of Buffalo, Jureller has worked for the Sabres since 2005. During the 2015-16 hockey season, he helped develop a partnership with the Buffalo Sabres and the Make Lemon Aide Foundation for CP and continues to be a proud supporter of the organization today. Jureller was the 2016 recipient of the Hedwig "Dee" Moss award given out by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County.  His early career was spent working for Jim Kelly Enterprises, where he worked for 10 years for the Hall of Fame quarterback. Jureller is a graduate of Medaille college.