TERRY NEWMYER (A. G. Newmyer III) founded U.S. Fiduciary Advisors in 1999 and continues as a director.  He began his career in real estate syndication and development during the early 1970’s, followed by 20 years at Newmyer Associates, Inc., developing public affairs strategy for clients.  He currently serves as a professional fiduciary, director, investor, and consultant.

Mr. Newmyer was a founding independent director of the billion dollar Thornburg Limited Term Municipal Fund, where he chaired the audit committee.  He was also a founding member of the board of The Economic Club of Washington. He is currently on the board of several privately-held companies in which he is an active investor. Within the nonprofit sector, Terry headed the management team for the National Conference on Citizenship, a congressionally-chartered organization active in fostering our nation’s civic engagement renewal, and served as founding chairman of The Fair Care Foundation, a patient advocacy group focused on health insurance. He graduated with senior honors from Phillips Academy, Andover, and earned his B.A., cum laude, at Yale University.

BARRY BYRD is a partner at the law firm of Pineiro & Byrd, P.A., in Palm Beach County, Florida, specializing in real estate law.  He has practiced for over 25 years. Barry has held leadership positions in numerous community organizations and served as president of his area’s Chamber of Commerce.  He currently chairs both the Abacoa Partnership for Community and the Boys & Girls Club of Riviera Beach.

NORAH MOLNAR is a partner in the Cordatis LLP law firm in Washington, DC. with primary practice areas in insurance coverage, bid protests, and government contracts.  Norah has personal experience in eldercare, and in addition serves as needed as a U.S. representative for a Beijing-based foster home caring for orphans with medical needs (negotiate fees, raise funds, assist with documentation requirements); she is fairly conversational in Mandarin Chinese.  She is an alumna of the University of Virginia for both undergraduate and law degrees.

CHAD TOMS is a partner with Whiteford, Taylor & Preston in Wilmington, Delaware, and serves as U.S. Fiduciary’s primary Delaware-domiciled trustee.  Chad heads up the Community Association practice on the DelMarVa peninsula and manages several of the firm’s offices in that area.  As such, he has extensive experience with board and director issues and real estate matters.  He has been recognized as a rising star in Delaware Super Lawyers.  Chad is also a Certified Public Accountant.

CRAIG TURK is a political consultant and screenwriter in Los Angeles.  He graduated from Harvard College with high honors, pursued graduate studies in politics at Oxford University, and earned his law degree with honors at Harvard. Craig served as chief counsel of John McCain’s presidential campaign and has practiced law in Washington and California. Craig advises political parties in Europe and Asia, as well as domestically.  He is a board member of the Epilepsy Foundation in Los Angeles.