Board of Trustees
Allison Scaduto, J.D. – Founder
Alli Scaduto is the Founder of The OisF. You can learn about her story as a survivor of abuse and what inspired her to build The OisF Foundation here. Born and raised in the Manasquan area, Alli still resides at the shore in the beautiful coastal community of Brielle, NJ, with her two young daughters, Amelie & Sawyer. Alli enjoys traveling and exploring new places by the sea, just as much as she loves a chill local surf day with friends or a summer sunset on the beach with her daughters. Alli is committed to giving back to the community and paying it forward whenever she can – and works consciously to try to see the good in every situation, and in every one. Alli graduated from Bowdoin College in Maine, and with honors from Seton Hall School of Law. While growing The OisF is her passion, Alli is a actually full-time practicing M&A and franchise attorney – counseling clients from all over the world at Marks & Klein, LLP, in Red Bank, NJ.
Samantha Barnes - Trustee
Samantha Barnes is committed to empowering kids' confidence and creating opportunities for learning beyond the classroom. As a former middle school teacher and founder/CEO of Raddish, a monthly cooking club and curriculum for kids, she is passionate about food and family. Prior to founding Raddish, Samantha owned and operated Kitchen Kid, a mobile cooking school, summer camp, and after school program. Samantha grew up near the beach in Eastern Long Island and has found solace and joy in the waves and sand ever since. She is the mom to two ocean loving kids, and resides near the Pacific, in the South Bay of Los Angeles. She earned her BA from Bowdoin College in Maine where she studied government and education, and as a female founder, Samantha is committed to running a results-oriented and flexible company built on autonomy, working smart, and work/life integration.
Amy Dube – Trustee
Amy Dube began working with The OisF in 2020, it was an instant natural fit for both Amy and The OisF. Amy’s entrepreneurial spirt and experience as a small business owner and marketing expert was instrumental in helping The OisF grow to what it is today. Amy volunteered countless hours to help develop The OisF Rider program. As a fun-loving wife and mom of two daughters, Elle and Adi, Amy embraces the feel-good vibes and powerful messaging that The OisF delivers and is passionate about The OisF mission and encouraging strength in our girls. Amy lives on the New Jersey coastline and spends her free time embracing life outdoors with her family catching rays, searching for sea glass, and attending local community events. When she is not heading to the sea or spending time with her family, Amy tends to one of the three businesses that she has built from the ground up.
Debbie A. Underhill – Trustee
Deborah Underhill is an integral member of The OisF team, bringing years of experience and knowledge working with domestic violence survivors and abuse victims. Debbie is a long-standing member of the domestic violence and sexual assault response teams for 180 Turning Lives Around, a Monmouth County-based nonprofit organization that empowers survivors and families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault to find the courage and strength to turn their lives around. A fundraising expert, Debbie is also on the Development Committee for 180 Turning Lives Around and the Chairwomen of Fundraising for the Sussex County Republican Organization. Debbie is the mom of three daughters and a lifelong resident of New Jersey. When not busy dedicating her time and energy to the families of 180 Turning Lives Around, Debbie spends her time growing her antique retail business.