Our Team

Matthew James Hollister

Matthew J. Hollister is the co-founder and CEO of the James Hollister Wellness Foundation. He is a native of Olney, Maryland.

He attended the University of Maryland, where he was a member of the Primannum Honor Society and the Public Leadership Scholars’ Program. He received his Bachelor’s degree in General Biology with a minor in General Business.

In addition to being the CEO of the James Hollister Wellness Foundation, Matthew is also the co-founder of Save Inc. which he serves as a board member. Living a life in service to others has always been Matthew’s passion.

Stefano Brugnerotto

Stefano Brugnerotto is the co-founder of the James Hollister Wellness Foundation. An entrepreneur from birth, the North Bethesda, Maryland native has spent his life doing business to satisfy others.

An International Baccalaureate degree recipient, he also holds a BA in Finance from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland.

Stefano also serves as CEO of Save Inc., the for-profit partner of JHWF. He is dedicated to ensuring access to pharmaceuticals worldwide and eliminating medicinal waste.

Raymond McEvoy

Ray McEvoy is the Secretary on the Board of Directors for the James Hollister Wellness Foundation. While being a business-oriented professional, Ray has a strong Jesuit education. After receiving a BA in Finance from the Loyola University of Maryland, Ray completed his MSF at Baruch College.

He has shown a strong dedication to giving back to the community. Ray has volunteered to those in need by building houses in Alabama and Mexico as well as working in for the VA in Brooklyn. Ray has always shown his commitment to being a man for others.

Ray is currently a staff accountant with Starr Private Equity Partners in Manhattan.

Nikhil Goyal

Nikhil Goyal is a Board Member of the James Hollister Wellness Foundation. A Maryland native with a passion for applying engineering in medicine, Nikhil holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Technology Entrepreneurship from the University of Maryland, College Park.

To explore the intersection of medicine and engineering, Nikhil has spent the last four years working at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, and is currently attending medical school at the University of Pennsylvania.