TAAF Talk Talkers

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Lindsay Raber

Born in 1983 in Tarzana ,California, Lindsay grew up in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. Both a brain aneurysm and AVM survivor, Lindsay is a flight attendant for Alaska Airlines and is based out of/lives in Anchorage Alaska. When she isn’t flying around for work, Lindsay can be found hiking mountains, rock climbing, or flying her plane “Charlie” with her husband Brian to Lakes, beaches and gravel bars in Alaska. Lindsay also has a newfound passion for sailing and hopes to one day own a sailboat in Japan.


Dr. Gabriella Tosto-D'Antonio, DNP

Dr. Gabriella Tosto-D’Antonio, DNP is the lead cerebrovascular nurse practitioner at Columbia University Medical Center in the Department of Neurosurgery. She completed her doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) at Columbia University and is a member of Signa Theta Tau Honor Society. In addition to clinical care, Dr. Tosto-D’Antonio has served as principal investigator and co-investigator on numerous institutionally supported research initiatives. Her professional interests include neurological education program development for nurse practitioners. Outside of work, Dr. Tosto-D’Antonio loves to travel and exercise, especially Peloton. She is extremely grateful to her mentor, Dr. Sean Lavine, and her patients for inspiring her every day.


Josh Nauman


In the winter of 2017, Josh became a first time dad. Little did he know he would soon have an angel instead. Josh is a behind the scenes type of guy, but uses his abilities to support TAAF and build a legacy for his son. When he is not working or volunteering, he is a fun dad to his toddler, Logan in California.