Meet Our Executive Team

Medical Advisory Board

Dr. Eric Wood, ND

Dr. Eric Wood joined the LupaVita Medical Advisory board beginning in January of 2017. Dr Eric Wood, ND is a District of Columbia-licensed (Washington D.C.) naturopathic physician and a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Additionally he is licensed through through the Commission of Religious Consulting and Healing as a “Theocentric Healing Specialist.” This allows him to freely practice a wide variety of non-invasive, non-drug based natural healing modalities and therapies in Florida relevant to his educational training and scope as a naturopathic physician, recognizing the spiritual divine as being as essential force in helping people recover their health.

Dr. Diana Cordero, MD

Dr. Diana Cordero, MD joined the LupaVita Medical Advisory board in December of 2016. Dr. Cordero graduated from the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine in 1985. She works in Jacksonville, FL and specializes in Internal Medicine, specifically autoimmune conditions. Dr. Cordero is a licensed physician in the state of Florida. She has assisted with the formulation of LupaVita and focuses of spreading awareness for Lupus. She has battled SLE for the past 20 years and continues to strive to help anyone who is diagnosed.

Our Team

Brendan Amaru Chief Lupus Activist

Brendan received his Bachelors of Science: Kinesiology and Nutrition from the University of Miami. LupaVita was first created due to Brendan’s loved ones being diagnosed with Lupus. After working with their rheumatologist and nutritionist, the first LupaVita formula was created. Brendan focuses on making LupaVita a Lupus activist movement and strives to build awareness for Lupus in the community. When he is not working closely with the Medical Advisory Board, Brendan is playing guitar and spending time with his family.

Devin Singleton Director of Events

Devin handles all of the event planning for LupaVita. Devin received her Bachelor’s in Hospitality from the University of New Hampshire. She has organized walks,fundraising events, and seminars. Devin is the point of contact for any of our event planning needs or sponsorships. When she is not planning LupaVita events, Devin is at the beach or spending time with her dog Penny.

Sina Reynosa Client Success Manager

Sina received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Management at San Diego State University. As our Client success manager, she is the liason between our customers and the Lupus community. She enjoys being active like running and going on hikes, but also reading a good book or catching up on a good TV series.

Amanda Erhardt Director of Operations

Amanda is a San Diego State alumni with a Degree in English. She loves working with people of all ages. At LupaVita, Amanda is responsible for providing excellent customer service, process and fulfilling orders. Currently in the evenings, she is spending her time with autistic children to help them reach their full potential. When she is not working she is traveling the world, strolling around beautiful San Diego, watching sports, and cooking.

Jasmine Ly Social Media Strategist

Jasmine is on track to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing at San Diego State University in May of 2018. At LupaVita Health Products, she is responsible for corporate sponsorships, posting on our social media accounts, as well as reaching out to retailers. When she’s not helping the Lupus community, Jasmine is playing soccer, at the beach, or spending time with her friends.

Important: While successful for the majority of users, not all people respond to LupaVita™. If after 60 days you have not realized any of the benefit, please return your order for a refund under our guarantee. Because every lupus case is different, it is important to speak to you doctor before trying LupaVita™. If you have any questions please reach out to us at or speak to your physician or rheumatologist. LupaVita does not cure, treat, or prevent any disease. LupaVita™ is a multi-vitamin created to assist in the diet of someone diagnosed with Lupus.*

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