Salvatore Caravella, M.D.
Salvatore Caravella is a board certified pediatrician with an extensive background as a neonatologist. For the past twenty years, Salvatore Caravella has been in private pediatric practice in Huntington, Long Island. His personal exercise routines, his high school athletic experience and his experience as a basketball coach for his children has helped to generate his passion for creating healthy lifestyles for children. He spends countless hours teaching children and their parents the importance and value of exercise and healthy food choices. He provides medical expertise to Power-of-One in the realm of nutrition, appropriate exercise routines for children, strength and conditioning programs for young athletes and prompting a lifelong commitment to health.

Monica Diamond-Caravella, R.N., M.S.N., PhD.
Monica Diamond-Caravella earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and Master’s degree in Oncology Nursing from Adelphi University. She holds a Post Master’s Certificate in Nursing Education from the College of Mount Saint Vincent. Earlier in her career, she worked predominantly in mid-level management overseeing oncology nursing care. Over the past 22 years, Monica has worked as the Health Care Director of a large local day camp on Long Island and currently works for both Farmingdale State College and Molloy College as a clinical nursing adjunct instructor. Her passion for exercise and nutrition was jumpstarted by her own personal experience with strength training and exercise along with her commitment to provide a healthy lifestyle for her own children. Monica enjoys a consistent yoga practice as well and believes that the combination of a variety of exercise routines is effective in maintaining strength, balance and flexibility. She is tied to several local voluntary organizations and loves working with the staff of Power of One on new ventures. Both Salvatore Caravella and Monica Diamond-Caravella have three children and currently reside in Huntington.