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1 October 2009 Exclusive publication of The Arizona Republic DOWNTOWN O TREASURE Phoenix Art Museum at 50 Jacquie Dorrance, 2009 chair of the museum's gala, the party 9 SPRING SOIREES COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS A guide to non-profit agency boards

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8 welcome PHOTO BY JILL RICHARDS Valley temperatures have barely dipped below 100, and the Red Book calendar already lists more than 40 events of all types for October. These events play a critical role for the thousands of non-profit agencies that rely on the revenue they generate to carry out their missions. The tough realities of the economy make these events more important than ever. The social season opens big with two significant milestones: the 50 th anniversaries of Phoenix Art Museum on Nov. 7 (see page 30) and the Heart Ball on Nov. 21. Hats off to party chairs Jacquie and Bennett Dorrance and Heart Ball chairwoman Beth McRae for taking the reins on these don t-miss events. Although not celebrated with a black-tie gala, the Arizona Community Foundation is in the middle of its 30 th anniversary. ACF, started by a group of visionary community leaders in 1978, has distributed more than $300 million over the past 30 years and is one of the top community foundations in the country in terms of assets. Check out azfoundation.org for information. It s also anniversary time for AZ Society as we kick off our fifth season of bringing you vibrant and extensive coverage of our Valley s social and philanthropic leaders. Look for the new Match Me with My feature in Discoveries (page 18) and The Talk, a new fashion and style column by award-winning Arizona Republic journalist and fashion guru Jaimee Rose (page 38). In this issue, we include Community Connections (page 45), our annual resource guide for volunteerism and philanthropy, developed in partnership with The Red Book. We want this to serve as a guide to help you put your passion and commitment into action. Our deepest thanks to Jacquie Dorrance, Nancy White and the late Carol Waldrop, who represent volunteerism at its best. Thank you for your continued and much appreciated support of AZ Society. Editor Cindy Miller and I look forward to seeing you bedecked and bedazzled on the circuit. Associate Publisher, AZ Society Vice President, Community Relations, The Arizona Republic REMEMBRANCE: In July, the nonprofit community lost one of its most dynamic supporters with the passing of Carol Waldrop. Carol was a friend not only to the community but also to AZ Society. We will miss her straightforward, no-nonsense suggestions and vivacious, upbeat personality. We extend our heartfelt sympathies to Woody and the family. AZSociety is online! Visit azredbook.com to view a downloadable version of the issue.

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10 Volume 5, Issue 6 Vibrant and extensive coverage of the lifestyles and activities of the Valley s social and philanthropic leaders Associate Publisher Gene D Adamo Editor Cindy Miller DESIGNERS Jo Anne Izumi Claudia Saavedra Patti Valdez senior Editor: Laura Trujillo Design director: Tricia Reinhold PHOTO director: Celine Hacche Writers Susan Felt, Jimmy Magahern, Jaimee Rose photographers Darrylee Cohen, Ashley Lowery, Michael McNamara, Emily Piraino, Jill Richards general manager republic magazines: Cami Kaiser Marketing Partners Kelli Fawcett, Julie Osten, Karen Smith-Hudson Account Executives Rebecca Field, Carrie Silverstein, Lenore Simon Advertising ART DIRECTOR: Theresa Johnson Advertising coordinator: Chad Bowen The Arizona Republic President & Publisher: John Zidich Vice President/News: Randy Lovely executive editor: Nicole Carroll Copyright 2009 by The Arizona Republic. All rights reserved. No part of this publication can be reprinted or reproduced without the publisher s permission. AZ Society assumes no responsibility for unsolicited materials. AZ Society accepts letters to the editor. Letters will be subject to editing and are the property of AZ Society for publication and copyright purposes. Statements and opinions printed in AZ Society are those of the author and not necessarily of AZ Society. Republic Magazines, a division of The Arizona Republic, also publishes AZ magazine. 200 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ Editorial Advertising Fax For high-quality AZ Society reprints: Contact FosteReprints, , or online at fostereprints.com. AZ SOCIETY Advisory Board: Reg Ballantyne, Herman Chanen, Jacquie Dorrance, Stevie Eller, Heather Greenbaum, Joelle Hadley, Diane Halle, Win Holden, Dana Jamison, Lydia Lee, Stan Levine, Tochia Levine, Sandy Magruder, Ina Manaster, Pearle Marr, Jill Krigsten Ormsbee, Pat Petznick, Linda Pope, Karen Pratte, Michelle Robson, Terry Roman, Jordan Rose, Dan Santy, Judy Schubert, Judy Shannon, Lisa Shover, Julie Vogel, Daryl Weil, Nancy White

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12 18 contents features FABULOUS AT 50 Phoenix Art Museum celebrates its golden anniversary in November. We trace the downtown museum s history, talk with some of the major donors and reveal plans for an anniversary celebration like no other 45 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS 81 non-profit boards we hope will help you plug in to the community and inspire you to serve departments DATEBOOK October s social events and a preview of November s on location PANDA Fashion Teach for America Dinner Derby Affair Night for Life Emily Center Fashion Governors Ball Wings Enchanted Kingdom Notre Dame Fashion Crozier Gala SIZZLE Fashion: With these metallic accessories, you ll light up the night Home: Serve a classy martini for an evening in Discoveries: Learn about couture for less and writing pens that are works of art. Then test your intuition with Match Me With My Handbag. Three attorneys, three bags. Which belongs to whom? ON LOCATION 9 spring events THE TALK The buzz about the stylish life with Jaimee Rose CELEBRATIONS Three beautiful weddings PARTING SHOT 10 AZSociety ON THE COVER Jacquie Dorrance, chair of the party Hair and makeup by Giselle Fox. Photography by Michael McNamara.

13 FABULOUS AT Visitors enjoy the four-level Ellen and Howard C. Katz Wing for Modern Art. The large black-resin sculpture is "Upside Down, Inside Out," by Anish Kapoor.

14 50 IS PHOTOS 0PHOENIX 0RT I ART MUSEUM JUST ENTERING ITS PRIME TEXT BY JIMMY MAGAHERN AHERN PHOTOS COURTESY PHOENIX ART MUSEUM October

15 Jacquie Dorrance sits on a sunny windowsill just outside Cummings Great Hall in Phoenix Art Museum, looking out on the 1-acre Dorrance Sculpture Garden that today forms an inviting urban oasis between the original museum and its added wings. Museum supporters Bennett and Jacquie Dorrance funded the Dorrance Sculpture Garden. The couple are chairs for the party The sculpture garden was not in the budget, Dorrance says, referring to the museum s $50 million expansion, completed in November 2006, that added the 25,000-square-foot Ellen and Howard C. Katz Wing for Modern Art, as well as a dramatically redesigned lobby and Museum Store. But I just felt so strongly that it had to be done. Here we were, doing all of these fantastic improvements, and yet this whole area was such an eyesore. Dorrance recalls the bland 90-foot-long lawn that had originally separated the museum from what was then the main branch of the Phoenix Central Library. It was different levels, and there was neither rhyme nor reason to the design, she says. It was the one thing that tied all of the buildings together, from the inside. And yet it was going completely ignored. In allocating the funds from the capital and endowment campaign, the museum s board of trustees was facing the same predicament many people confront when faced with a remodeling project: Everybody wanted to add on a room or decorate the walls. But nobody wanted to do much with the backyard. I wanted to do that for the museum, Dorrance says, recalling how she and her husband, Bennett, stepped up to fund the transformation of the artless strip of sun-baked grass into what now is a work of art in itself, dotted with playful and visually arresting sculptures by Gaston Lachaise and Robert Arneson and lined with aromatic gardenia, delphinium and jasmine. I wanted to raise the aesthetics of that whole area. She s not entirely finished. We ll always be looking at ways to improve the visit for museum guests, she says, looking out on the garden. I d like to be able to enhance the overall feel and aesthetic of our outdoor dining area. For the moment, Dorrance is busy organizing the Nov. 7 gala, party, commemorating the museum s 50 th anniversary. ART MUSEUM S HISTORICAL TIMELINE 32 AZSociety 1915-PRESENT Phoenix population: 25,000. Phoenix Women s Club forms and begins to build the Phoenix Municipal Collection, one picture per year. A building at 237 N. Central Ave. is used for exhibitions. Phoenix population: 65,000. Heirs of Adolphus Clay Bartlett donate 6.5 acres at the northeastern corner of Central Avenue and Mc- Dowell Road for a museum, library and theater. A brick house at 45 E. Coronado Road opens as the Civic Center House, later known as the Phoenix Art Center.

16 ellen and howard katz stand in the 25,000-square-foot Ellen and howard wing for katz modern stand in the art, named 25,000-square-foot in their honor. "It's modern exciting art wing to be part that of the bears growth Howard their and name. Ellen Katz "It's stand a very in the exciting 25,000-square-foot time to be involved wing that in the bears phoenix their name. art museum," "It's a very says exciting ellen. time to be involved in the Phoenix Art Museum," says Ellen. October

17 A solid base of support port Phoenix Art Museum has flourished on the contributions of several key support groups that back its ambitious mission. Not everybody has a halfmillion dollars to donate to the museum, says Caroline Farkas, co-president of Phoenix Art Museum League, which in 1951 joined Phoenix Women s Club in creating a support network for the arts. This is a way for them to participate, learn and feel a part of the museum. Not to be outdone, the Men s Arts Council was founded in 1967 and sponsors a trio of annual fundraising events: a cowboyartists sale and exhibition, the Copperstate 1000 Vintage Car Road Rally and the VinArte winetasting and live-auction gala. More recently, the Young Collectors volunteer organization, aimed at 20-somethings just beginning their art collections, has been recruiting members and publicizing its monthly Sip n See cocktail exhibits through Twitter and Facebook. Attracting the Valley s next generation of art supporters is a key goal of the museum, which devotes a gallery to edgier artists and features changing exhibits aimed at younger connoisseurs. As museum director Jim Ballinger says, No matter how technology advances, you can t reproduce a Monet online and make it look anything like what you see on our walls. Additional support groups are the Arizona Costume Institute, Asian Arts Council, Board of Trustees, Collectors Study Club, Contemporary Forum, Friends of European Art, Latin American Alliance, Phoenix Art Museum Docents, Western Art Associates and Women s Metropolitan Art Council. The 13 support groups have contributed more than $10 million, plus gifts of art and gifts to the endowment. They are the heart and soul of Phoenix Art Museum, says Sandy Chamberlain, museum deputy director of external affairs. ART MUSEUM S HISTORICAL TIMELINE 1915-PRESENT The new entry is named for Heather and Michael Greenbaum. Behind them is "The Last Scattering Surface," a sculpture by Josiah McElheny Phoenix population: 400,000-plus. The new $4 million Phoenix Art Museum opens in November. New East Wing opens. Annual attendance surpasses 210, AZSociety

18 VALLEY FAMILIES STEP UP Throughout its colorful half-century history, Phoenix Art Museum has grown and thrived thanks to precisely that kind of generosity and personal commitment from supporters. The Heard family gave this block along Coronado Road, says Jim Ballinger, the museum s Sybil Harrington director. Ballinger joined the staff as the museum s sole curator in 1974 (today there are six) and continues to preside over its renowned collection of American art. Maie and Dwight Bartlett Heard s purchase of the houses along Coronado filled out the block of land at Central Avenue and McDowell Road that Maie s family had given the city for civic purposes in 1940, Ballinger says. That cleared the runway, in essence, for what became the public library, art museum and Phoenix Little Theatre, at the time, Ballinger says. Ballinger, a lifelong art lover and collector who still enjoys spending a rare Sunday off just wandering the galleries, can find history in every room and mark each expansion by its connecting walls. A room built in what was the original building s courtyard still houses the collection of Philip Curtis, the car dealer turned art director brought in under President Franklin D. Roosevelt s WPA program to run what was then called the Phoenix Art Center. It became Phoenix Art Museum when it moved into the building on the Bartlett/Heard land in Frank Lloyd Wright, whose exhibits drew the art center s first big crowds, gets a nod in the Japanese screens from his collection displayed in the museum s extensive Asian gallery. But it s another exhibit in the room that draws out Ballinger s best story: In the 1940s, during the Chinese civil war, a U.S.-schooled Chinese doctor hurriedly shipped his collection of rare 17 th -century porcelain from his office in Canton to family members in Yuma for safekeeping. Somehow, the porcelains never arrived. Years later, a freight company in LA called him and asked, Are you ever going to pick this package up? Ballinger says with a laugh. It turned out every piece was there, with no damage. During the 60s, Dr. Matthew L. Wong began donating his prized pieces each year until the museum finally housed all 175. It s recognized today as one of the world s finest collections of its kind. Jim Ballinger, the museum's Sybil Harrington director, has been associated with Phoenix Art Museum since With him is his wife, Linda Expanded and renovated museum opens. Splendors of Ancient Egypt draws more than 300,000 people. Phoenix population: 1.2 million. Monet at Giverny draws almost 300,000 people in a 28-day run. Membership reaches an all-time high of 27,000 households. New gallery wing, entrance, lobby and sculpture garden open. Phoenix population: 1.5 million. The museum turns 50. October

19 Many museum acquisitions have come not through gifts but through Ballinger s own savvy business dealings. In the Western American Gallery, the director pauses in front of The Captive, an 1891 oil painting by respected Native American chronicler Eanger Irving Couse. The painting dramatically portrays a Cayuse perched over a bloodied young White woman (a historical depiction of an actual Oregon missionary occupation gone wrong). Ballinger recalls how the painting s political incorrectness made it a steal for the museum in It had been held as an asset by a corporation which suddenly had to liquidate it, Ballinger says. Meanwhile, it was fresh from an exhibition at the Smithsonian, where it had been condemned as a hypocritical painting full of controversial symbols. We made a horrendously low offer and they were happy to unload it. Sometimes, we just get lucky. A youthful 50 You ve got to remember 50 is still pretty young, says Ellen Katz, chairwoman of the museum s board of trustees and, with her husband, Howard, a major donor over the years. In 2006, the Katzes multimillion-dollar gift enabled the creation of the four-level modern-art wing that bears their name. We re still growing, she says. Compared to other cultural and arts institutions around the country, we re one of the youngest. So it s a very exciting time to be involved in the Phoenix Art Museum. People who are involved today are still a part of the growth pattern. And we can develop new ideas, new programs. The Katzes, who split their time between summers in the Hamptons and winters in Carefree, are part of a sizeable contingent of snowbird supporters who ve chosen to throw their support behind this museum over older, more established institutions. Their reasoning is simple: Although their New York summer home grants them close access to the Guggenheim, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, it s unlikely that even the most generous gift to those more entrenched institutions could result in anything as significant as the Katz wing, which increased the Phoenix museum s gallery space enough to add more than 2,000 works of art to its year-round mix. That s not to say other museums, even though they ve been established for decades longer than us, can t always be developing new ideas, Katz says. But the Phoenix Art Museum is still young enough that we can be involved with every aspect of it. And it s exciting to be a part of that growth. Michael Greenbaum, who chaired the capital and endowment campaign that raised $50 million for the museum s expansion and whose name adorns the 3-year-old Heather and Michael D. Greenbaum Lobby, says the museum provides a draw for corporate knowledge workers who look for new ideas and diversity in choosing which city to settle in. People need to have arts and culture to make sure that they re in a vibrant community, he says. We make the case that art and education help add value to the overall community. It helps people think, encourages ideas and diversity, which forms a major prerequisite for major corporations coming into a new community. Art helps people think, encourages ideas and diversity. Michael Greenbaum, chair of capital and endowment campaign Behind-the-scenes giving Sometimes contributions have been grand and highly visible. Other times, gifts can go virtually unnoticed. Recently, when a showy sculpture on loan to the Katz wing came due to be returned, a group of trustees, significant donors and a museum support organization chipped in to purchase the piece. To visitors, the acquisition meant only that the giant black-resin sculpture by Anish Kapoor, Upside Down, Inside Out, hasn t moved from its spot on the wing s main floor. To supporters, it s one more iconic piece the museum was able to claim as its own. Jacquie Dorrance is hoping the same thing happens with the 13 works in the Dorrance Sculpture Garden on loan to the museum from private collections. Most of those sculptures are on loan, from very generous benefactors, she says. It would be great if they stayed, because they re all wonderful, and we ve been very fortunate to have them. Phoenix deserves to have these things. 1

20 4 highlights of Phoenix Art Museum s 50 th -anniversary celebration Phoenix Art Museum will celebrate its 50 th birthday in style with several special events, beginning in November. Here s a look at four. THE party Doris Ong dances with her husband, Dr. Hong Ong, at party This is our fourth annual party, and this year it is even more relevant as our major fundraising since it marks the beginning of our 50th anniversary, Jacquie Dorrance says of the party, to be held on the main floor of the Ellen and Howard C. Katz Wing for Modern Art on Nov. 7, 50 years to the day after the museum opened. This year s party has been a year in the making and represents the efforts of 83 committee members. Dorrance, who, with her husband, Bennett, chairs the event, also served as co-chair of the 40th anniversary Monet at Giverny party and with the late Carol Waldrop on the 45th anniversary El Greco to Picasso party. Organizers have maximized their efforts to create a lavish 50th-anniversary bash: an elegant white-and-gold theme, accented by floral arrangements designed by Angela and Mark Karp of Angelic Grove; a classic menu catered by Michael s with desserts by Julia Baker Confections; and music by New York s Peter Duchin Orchestra. Even though we are all aware of these difficult times, Dorrance says, I felt compelled to stay the course and remain positive and upbeat! The response has been gratifying. FABULOUS AT 50: PHOENIX ART MUSEUM In addition to wearable art created and donated by Hyde Park Jewelers that will be presented to the ladies, party guests will be the first to receive the 348-page hardbound collectible book Fabulous at 50: Phoenix Art Museum, supported by McMurry Inc. and Barbara Anderson-Stoiber for the celebration. Doris Ong, chairwoman of the book committee, says illustrating the museum s rich history was a monumental project. The museum has so many galleries, and every gallery has its own stories, Ong says. A foreward by Hugh Downs and narrative by writer Landon Napoleon, telling the museum s story in defining moments, provides a chronological framework. Even so, choosing from among the abundant images from the museum s permanent collection, photographs of the museum by Ken Howie, Craig Smith and Bill Timmerman, and newly unearthed historical clippings required what Ong calls a fearless passion. We found that down in the basement, we had a treasure trove of all the archival material stored away in manila folders in banks of filing cabinets, she says. It was totally amazing. Rounding out the book will be a series of portraits of key museum supporters by local photographerand-makeup-artist team Karen and John Hall. The book will be available for purchase at the Museum Store the day after the gala. 50/50 Many of those photographed for Fabulous at 50 also have participated in this third project, in which cochairs Gail and Steve Rineberg and Carole and Joel Bernstein persuaded 50 families to donate one piece of art each for the 50th birthday. And not just any piece, Sybil Harrington director Jim Ballinger says, but something significant enough that it really will make a difference in the galleries. The exhibit will be on display in the Steele Gallery for a month before the pieces find their permanent homes throughout the museum. GEOFFREY BEENE: TRAPEZE The Nov. 7 party will coincide with the opening of Geoffrey Beene: Trapeze, a whimsical circus-themed exhibition of garments by the acclaimed American fashion designer. The more than 30 garments are from the vintage- Beene collection of Patsy Tarr, a prominent New York City dance philanthropist, editor in chief of the award-winning magazine 2wice and president of the 2wice Arts Foundation. Tarr also happens to be a friend of museumboard chairwoman Ellen Katz. A museum is only as good as the people who support it, Katz says. This celebration is as much about them as the museum itself.

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22 datebook October Sunday Monday Like more information? For a comprehensive listing of charitable and social events, please visit azredbook.com. Tuesday Multi- Generational Philanthropy Wednesday Thursday Friday Zoofari Visions of 2009: A Taste of Excellence Copa Ball Casino Night Dinner in the Stacks Moondance at the Heard Porch Party Celebrate Fashion Artrageous Gala Breath of Life Saturday ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTHCARE INNOVATION IN PHOENIX. PHOTO BY JILL RICHARDS. OCTOBER 2 ZOOFARI To benefit Phoenix Zoo. 7 p.m. Phoenix Zoo OCTOBER 3 COPA BALL To benefit Maricopa Integrated Health System. 6 p.m. Westin Kierland Resort and Spa OCTOBER 3 VISIONS 2009: A TASTE OF EXCELLENCE To benefit Notre Dame Preparatory. 6:30 p.m. Notre Dame Preparatory OCTOBER 10 CASINO NIGHT To benefit WellCare Foundation. 6 p.m. Fiesta Resort Conference Center OCTOBER 17 DINNER IN THE STACKS To benefit Phoenix Public Library Foundation. 6:30 p.m. Burton Barr Central Library OCTOBER 24 MOONDANCE AT THE HEARD To benefit the Heard Museum. 6:30 p.m. The Heard Museum OCTOBER 24 PORCH PARTY To benefit the Wellness Community. 5:30 p.m. The Wellness Community OCTOBER 24 CELEBRATE FASHION SHOW AND DINNER DANCE To benefit Arizona s Children Association. 5:30 p.m. Hotel Valley Ho OCTOBER 24 ARTRAGEOUS GALA To benefit Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. 8 p.m. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts FASHION focus OCTOBER FARAONE MENNELLA TRUNK SHOW Saks Fifth Avenue OCTOBER KEY TO THE CURE SHOPPING WEEKEND Saks Fifth Avenue OCTOBER BIJOU OF SCOTTSDALE TRUNK SHOW Saks Fifth Avenue OCTOBER 21, 6-8 P.M. CARE-CARD PARTY, JUDE FRANCES AND BARBARA BIXBY DESIGNS Schmitt Jewelers OCTOBER 22, 10 A.M.-5 P.M. JUDE FRANCES AND BARBARA BIXBY TRUNK SHOWS Schmitt Jewelers OCTOBER 30 CHANEL ALL ABOUT SKIN EVENT Saks Fifth Avenue Unless noted, events are during regular store hours. 12 AZSociety

23 Spotlight Heroes One and All November 6 The seventh annual Veterans Medical Leadership Council luncheon will honor veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq. The event raises funds to promote public awareness and financial support for veterans in need. Funds are given directly to the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center and Arizona State Veterans Home, and help cover veterans health-care needs that fall outside federal-funding guidelines. The VMLC also supports the VA Veterans Day Parade, the fourth largest in the nation. This year s keynote speaker is Wayne Newton, who has entertained troops in every major confrontation our country has been in since Vietnam. The patriotic festivities at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa kick off with a raffle and VIP reception at 10:45 a.m. The luncheon and program follow at noon. George Ertel is the VMLC president and chairman of the event. US Airways is the presenting sponsor. For more information, call October 24 Breath of Life Gala To benefit Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 5:30 p.m. Ritz-Carlton October 27 Multi- Generational Philanthropy Hosted by Arizona Grantmakers Forum. 11:30 a.m. Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa November 4 Brophy Fashion Show To benefit Brophy College Preparatory. 10:30 a.m. Camelback Inn November 5 Torch of Liberty To benefit the Anti-Defamation League. 6 p.m. Undisclosed location November 6 Heroes One and All Luncheon To benefit the Veterans Medical Leadership Council. 10:45 a.m. Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa November 7 party To benefit Phoenix Art Museum. 6:30. Phoenix Art Museum November 7 Night for Sight To benefit Foundation for Blind Children. 6 p.m. Mastro s City Hall Steakhouse November 7 Ambassadors Ball To benefit Consular Corps of Arizona Foundation. 6 p.m. Hyatt Regency Scottsdale November 9 Old Bags Luncheon To benefit Homeward Bound. 10 a.m. Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa November 13 First Press Grand Tasting To benefit Friends of Public Radio Arizona. 7 p.m. Hotel Valley Ho

24 sizzle Photo BY MICHAEL McNAMARA styling by celine hacche and casey hagarty ANevening Add shine to the night with this season s metallics OUT 4 1. Chanel cuff, $1,990 at Saks Fifth Avenue, Stuart Weitzman Abigail evening shoes, $425 at Neiman Marcus, Judith Leiber clutch,$1,495 at Saks Fifth Avenue. 4. Fendi pouchette, $875 at Saks Fifth Avenue. 5. Badgley Mischka cuff, $600 at Nordstrom, Giuseppe Zanotti Shine sandals, $750 at Saks Fifth Avenue AZSociety

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26 sizzle Photog BY MICHAEL McNAMARA styling by celine hacche and casey hagarty ANevening Shake up a beautiful martini and enjoy a relaxing evening at home IN Zodax bar tools, $36 at Occasions! by design, Zodax shaker, $24 at Occasions! by design. 3. Artland Prescott martini glass, $11.95 at Occasions! by design. 4. Micheal Aram Molten nut bowl, $27.50 at Nordstrom, Marquis by Waterford martini glass from set, $89 at Dillards, dillards.com. 6. Nambe tilt bar tray, $100 at Nordstom AZSociety

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28 discoveries PHOTOS COURTESY OF COMPANIES TEXT BY SUSAN FELT timely TIDBITS DESIGNER NIBS Each Acme Studio pen is more like an artist s brush than something you use to scrawl your name. These roller-ball pens fit solidly in the hand with just the right amount of heft. Besides selecting the design, you can choose from one of three grips ($11 each), chrome, rubber or knurled. You also can convert a roller-ball pen ($68) to a fountain pen with the $35 conversion kit. Five percent of this month s sales of two new Acme Studio pens and a business-card case all pink will be donated to the American Cancer Society as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For fountain-pen aficionados: Treat yourself to a bottle of luxe fountain-pen ink in such colors as Caribbean Sea, Carbon or Storm. The Stockroom carries bottles of ink and cartridges, including such premium brands as Omas ($13.25), Yard-O-Led ($9) and the Swiss Caran d Ache ($19). The Stockroom, Visit acmestu dio.com for additional local retailers. DESIGNER DUDS Think Armani and Chanel at a fraction of the cost, says Wendy Selig-Prieb, describing the Worth Collection of designer clothing shown and sold by appointment only at trunk shows in private homes. It s boutique shopping without mall parking and crowds. These luscious fabrics and impeccable designs last from year to year and can take you from a child s soccer practice to a boardroom meeting and then out for the evening. Prices range from $200 to $1,500 for such items as this black Modal wing T (left, $198) and bow-bodice dress ($328). The collection includes accessories, jewelry and handbags. Selig- Prieb, attorney and former CEO and president of the Milwaukee Brewers baseball club, was a Worth Collection customer before she moved to Phoenix in 2005 and wound up hosting trunk shows in her home with her business partner, Gayle Ray. Trunk shows for the winter and holiday collections begin this month. worthy.com. MATCH ME WITH MY HANDBAG! Three busy attorneys take three different approaches to the ideal handbag a TERRY ROMAN is a senior partner with Snell and Wilmer. I like to carry one bag for everything. I don t want to be too laden down. I love the color of the one I m carrying currently and that my husband bought it for me in Paris! 18 AZSociety b PAULINA VAZQUEZ MORRIS is assistant director for legal services and administrative counsel for the Arizona Department of Administration. My favorite bag was a Valentine s Day gift from my husband. I wear darker outfits to the office, and this purse livens up any suit! c JORDAN R. ROSE practices with Rose Law Group. I like to have everything I need my BlackBerry, keys, lipstick, money and business cards easily accessible, and I love the color and design of this bag. It says classy, edgy and a bit raw to me. ANSWER: PAGE 38 AT BOTTOM. 1 AG Spalding & Bros. briefcase. 3 2Monogram Dooney Graffiti & Bourke canvas Zippy Hayden Wallet by Panettiere Louis Vuitton, bag. inspired by the late American artist Stephen Sprouse.

29 ENTERTAIN YOUR BRAIN At the Herberger Theater Center QUENCH YOUR FUNNY. SEXTOCHANGE THE COURSEOF THE WORLD MUST CLOSE OCT.11 A CAROL SUNGIN THE KEY OF JOY! AChristmas Carol DEC WHAT IFYOU DISCOVERED THE CURE FOR CANCER? Secret Order MAR Boom OCT. 23 NOV. 8 ASWASH BUCKLING GOOD TIME! Shipwrecked! JAN. 22 FEB. 7 THE DIFFERENCE A SINGLE HUMAN BEING CAN MAKE. No Child APR. 23 MAY 9 actorstheatrephx.org buy tix onlineor call

30 on location 1 As temperatures began to soar, so did fundraising festivities spring soirees 2 This spring, AZ Society covered nine events after the May issue had gone to the printer. During the hottest part of the social season, these galas, fashion shows and luncheons generated more than $1.7 million for Valley non-profit agencies, supporting services critical to the Valley and state. Hats off to chairs and guests for their generosity and tenacity. (Unless you re one of the pretty ladies who attended one of the events in beautiful spring bonnets. Then leave your hats on!) PANDA fashion show Kendra Copening, Amy Mahoney 2. Stephanie Denick, Jennifer Fine 3. Karrie Schmidt, Gretchen Schubert 4. Syd Clark-Yawitz, Cort Cooley, Jake Van Es, Kemp Van Es 5. Meredith Hofer 6. Elizabeth Woudenberg, Emma Woudenberg 7. Irene Waserman, Cara Mack, David Mack 8. Trinity Cavanaugh, Bobbie Stone 9. Stephanie Helsten, Kathy Walker, Judy Burke 9 Photos by Ashley Lowery event at a glance 8 when: where: beneficiary: net proceeds: co-chairs: April 25, 2009 Arizona Biltmore Steele Children s Research Center $775,000 Judy Burke, Kathy Walker 20 AZSociety

31 1 2 3 on location teach for america dinner Doug and Angela Ducey, Debbie and Steve Moak 2. Maryglenn and Rich Boals 3. Mark and Lauren Trinitapoli 4. Kathy Batstone 5. Gary Trujillo, Sue Glawe 6. Megan Hoyt Photos by DARRYLEE cohen event at a glance when: April 22, 2009 where: Arizona Biltmore beneficiary: Teach for America net proceeds: $352,000 chair: Mac Perlich October

32 on location 1 DERBY AFFAIR Carol Clemmensen, Jennifer Dubay 2. Amy Mais 3. Tenlee Vroom 4. Pat Chase 5. Layla Haupert 6. Betsy Beyer, Taucha Jones 7. Maddie Owens with Freeman 8. Pat McEachern, Brian Carlin 9. Pam Overton, Jamie Lendrum 10. Jennifer Copic s bonnet Photos by Ashley Lowery event at a glance when: May 2, 2009 where: Arizona Biltmore beneficiary: Homeward Bound net proceeds: $360,000 co-chairs: Kimberly Jacobsen, Pam Overton AZSociety

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34 on location 1 night for life Tom Betz, Lisa Molina 2. Tom Awai, Michelle Angle 3. James Gannon, Gregg Popovec 4. Tony Banegas, Sharon Wilkinson 5. Sari Deihl, Melissa Leonesio 6. Milton Dellossier, Irma Deihl 7. J. David Smith Photos by emily piriano event at a glance when: where: beneficiary: net proceeds: co-chairs: May 9, 2009 The Phoenician Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS $210,000 Tom Betz, Lisa Molina

35 emily center fashion show on location 7 1. Madeleine West Shae Hart 2. Bregen and Brennen Chamblee 3. Brittney Birch 4. Shae Hart 5. Elizabeth Weinberger 6. Symone Ziemba, Christie Yozipovic 7. Dee Ann, Kendall and Jerry Nowell 5 6 Photos by emily PIriano event at a glance when: where: beneficiary: net proceeds: chairwoman: May 9, 2009 Westin Kierland Phoenix Children s Hospital $150,000 Dee Ann Nowell governors ball Table settings 2. Cheryl Beard, Leanne Studenberg 3. Deborah Evans 4. Bobbie and Don Cassano 5. Uma desilva, Priyan Weerappuli 6. Entertainment Photos courtesy Governors ball event at a glance when: April 25, 2009 where: Arizona Grand Resort beneficiary: Banner Children s Hospital net proceeds: $78,000 co-chairs: Cheryl Beard, Leanne Studenberg 5 6 October

36 on location 1 2 WINGS ENCHANTED KINGDOM LUNCHEON Leah Donmoyer, Maya and Celeste Van Dien 2. Horse-drawn carriage 3. Robin and Juli Purtzer 4. Michelle (in bonnet), Samantha and Victoria Carlotti 5. Rackel Gehlsen, Sari Smith 6. Shelle and Mia Holland 6 Photos by Emily piriano event at a glance when: where: beneficiary: net proceeds: chairwoman: April 26, 2009 InterContinental Montelucia Resort Childhelp $30,000 Rackel Gehlsen

37 1 on location 2 NOTRE DAME FASHION SHOW Kathlin Ardell 2. Jessica and Jennifer Carroll 3. Rachel, Melissa and Holly Lehman 4. Sally Peck, Kristy Rehorn 5. Aimee Smith, Janet Ault 6. Lauren Grossman Photos by Ashley lowery event at a glance when: April 26, 2009 where: Westin Kierland co-chairs: Aimee Smith, Janet Ault

38 on location 1 2 CRoZIER GALA 3 1. Anna and Justin Zale 2. Nick and Tamera Christifulli, Katie and Todd Braun 3. Susie Cole, Karen Hoffman, Paula Smalley 4. Steven and Cindy Todare 5. Bishop Olmsted, Lorenza DeMuro 6. Vivian Buchholtz, Michelle Ray Photos courtesy catholic community foundation event at a glance when: where: beneficiary: net proceeds: chairwoman: May 2, 2009 Arizona Biltmore Catholic Community Foundation $175,000 Cindy Todare

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40 about style PHOTO BY JILL RICHARDS THE TALK JOY! FALL IS FINALLY HERE JAIMEE ROSE For the style-addled Arizona woman, no autumnal moment is more glorious than the day she can finally wear boots. It might be late October. It might still be 80 degrees. But there will be a morning when she thinks, Today? and trots off to work wearing tights and suede to her knees. Picture unfettered joy. And a little sweat. But mostly joy. So fall. It s here, you know: the season of cinnamon-scented dinners at home and Saturday soirees that call for cocktail best. Here s our guide to greeting the season with style. WHAT TO SERVE Haute hostesses around town have been whispering a hint to each other all summer. There is no reason to make dessert when what everyone really wants are warm chocolatechip cookies or wicked fruit tarts baked by Polly Levine at Chestnut Lane Cafe in Phoenix. We re almost afraid of the glories Levine will concoct for Thanksgiving. ON THE TABLE A peek at Mark Karp s framed flower designs for the 50 th anniversary Phoenix Art Museum party sent us atwitter with delight we ve never seen anything like them. These days, less feels like more, and Karp s creations are minimalist in a grand, surprising way. It s going to be a lovely party. On your tables at home, mixing flowers with feathers is a fun fall trend. Try burgundy calla lilies with a few peacock feathers tucked in and you ll see what we mean. WHAT TO WEAR The little black dress is queen once more, but it s the un-boring version that reigns supreme. Imagine asymmetrical necklines, dangling scarves, mesh and feathers, and ruffles galore. Even pers are emerging as dress decor. zip- Reinvigorate your own classic black dress with black-lace tights, glam red shoes or a collar-style necklace the size of a dinner plate. Look for something leopard: a bag, shoes, the lining ing of a jacket. Animal print tops the list of style editors must-haves, and our own Ellen Katz s list, too. ABOUT THOSE BOOTS Be brave. This fall s most-wanted boots rise thigh-high. Scottsdale sophisticate Jill Krigsten has her eye on luxe over-the-knee Jimmy Choos. At Neiman Marcus, I spied these Manolo Blahniks. Vanilla leather. Winding laces. Ocelot trim. Four-inch heels. They are torture devices of the most delicious kind. But what I really want is to wear them before November. Read Jaimee Rose s style blog at jaimeerose.azcentral.com. MATCH ME WITH MY HANDBAG, PAGE 18 a: 1; b: 3; c: 2

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43 celebrations I do! Wedding bells chime for three happy couples HOLLYE SCHUMACHER DEVON UPDEGRAFF AND ERIC DAY Brophy Chapel March 28, 2009 Devon s parents: Iris and Dr. Bryan Updegraff Eric s parents: Linda K. Day and the late Gary D. Day The reception: Sanctuary Camelback Mountain The honeymoon: Costa Rica Congratulations in order? Let us help you celebrate the milestones in your life. October

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45 celebrations Rocio Del Carmen Lugo Sanchez and William Benjamin Bonsall Old San Juan, Puerto Rico December 6, 2008 Rocio s parents: Lizette and Irving Lugo William s parents: Mary and Mark Bonsall The honeymoon: U.S. and British Virgin Islands Daniel Romero Marie Anais de Sarthe and Adam Taylor Rosepink Silverleaf Golf Club April 18, 2009 Marie s parents: Sylvie and Pascal de Sarthe Adam s parents: Susan and Robert Rosepink The honeymoon: Bora Bora Melissa Jill October

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47 & COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS *A.T. Still University Women s Wellness Program EXECUTIVE ADVISORY BOARD 5850 E. Still Circle Mesa, AZ atsuwomenswellness.org Gretchen Buhlig, Associate Vice President Trish Bere, Senior Director of Development Nancy Dean Angela DeRosa, D.O. Dyan Haugen, Ph.D. Kim Hochschuler Randy Kendrick Kathleen Laskowski Rachel Lund Sherry Lund Christine Muldoon Lynn Robinson Ellen Uhl Amanda Weaver Janet Wood American Heart Association BOARD OF DIRECTORS To reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke S. 48th St. Tempe, AZ americanheart.org Valerie Jones, Executive Director Pat Leach, Vice President Nancy Keane, Director of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations Peter Harper, Board Chairman Amanda Accatino Brandon Allen Jeff Anderson Dan Ausman Dorian Eden Jim Frey, M.D. Mykl Garrett Kevin Goode Lynne Herndon Richard Heuser, M.D. Mark Hiegel Valerie Jones Beth McRae Jennifer Ratcliff John Schaller, M.D. Suzanne Sorof, M.D. Pamela Springer Carly Vivian Anti-Defamation League BOARD OF DIRECTORS To stop, by appeals to reason and con science and, if necessary, by appeals to law, the defamation of the Jewish people. 1 E. Camelback Road, Suite 670 Phoenix, AZ adl.org Bill Straus, Arizona Regional Director Barbara Lewkowitz, Director of Development Miriam Weisman, Board Chairwoman Barry Aarons Amy Altshuler Steven Berger Ronald Bergstein Richard Bernstein David Bodney Lesley Davis Mario Diaz Ruth Finn Frances Frazin Sandra Fuller Gabrielle Giffords Marsha Goodman Harriett Gottlieb Steve Helfgot Thomas Horne Stephen Kahn Robert Karatz William Kastin Amy Ladow Jerry Landau Larry Lazarus Marc Lieberman Richard Lieberman Barbara Mark Dreyfuss Pearle Marr Janet Mueller Gregg Ostro Irvin Pearlstein Albert Plotkin Daniel Remen Gregory Rosenthal Mark Rothman Perry Schuman Mark Schwartz Martin Shultz Paul Steen Lee Stein Morris Stein Helen Stern Richard Stern Malcolm Straus Jeffrey Verbin Joshua Waltman George Weisz Arizona Commission on the Arts GOVERNOR-APPOINTED To make possible an Arizona where citizens can broaden, deepen and diver sify their engagement with the arts as creators, audiences and stewards, and find that engagement to be satisfying and integral to their lives. 417 W. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ azarts.gov Robert C. Booker, Executive Director Virginia Cardenas, Board Chairwoman Lisa Barnes Shirley Chann Brooke Davis Daryl B. Dobras Alison Hughes Natalie Lang Diane Prescott Danita Rios Judith Walsh Arizona Community Foundation BOARD OF DIRECTORS To build a legacy of community philanthropy by connecting donor interests with community needs E. Camelback Road, Suite 202 Phoenix, AZ azfoundation.org Deborah Whitehurst, Interim CEO Megan Brownell, Vice President Marketing and Communications Marilyn Harris, Board Chairwoman Ellen Steele Allare Dr. William V. Andrew Tony Astorga Betsey Bayless Gerald Bisgrove Susan Budinger Shelley Cohn Jack Davis Robert Delgado Robert S. Diamond Bennett Dorrance Tim Dunn Howard Emden Carol Parry Fox Bert A. Getz John Gogolak Sharon Harper William J. Hodges Michael E. Kelly Neal Kurn, Esq. Grace Y. Lau David C. Maurer Marjorie McClanahan Paulina Vazquez Morris Frederick M. Pakis Denise Resnik Lisa Shover Richard Silverman Richard Snell Hal Tashman John O. Whiteman Richard H. Whitney, Esq. Peterson Zah Arizona Foundation for Women BOARD OF DIRECTORS To invest in and promote innovative solutions to fulfill the unmet needs of Arizona s women and children N. Central Ave., Suite 120 Phoenix, AZ azfoundationforwomen.org Nancy Dean, President and CEO Alice Fawver, Board Chairwoman Margie Albert Deborah Bateman Vania Black Judy Blaisdell Jennifer Collins Rebecca Collins Patricia Davis Morgan Day Cathy Echstein Victoria Glimcher Velvie Green, Ph.D. Dyan Haugen Teresita Mercado Christine Muldoon Kendis Musheld Jennifer N. Nelson Laura Palmer Noone Sandi Perez Julie Raymond Connie Robinson Anu Sahai Debbie Seplow Marilyn Seymann, Ph.D. Susan Smith Laurel A. Stoimenoff Jackie Thompson Susan Wilder Arizona Grantmakers Forum BOARD OF DIRECTORS To increase, enhance and improve philanthropy in Arizona E. Missouri Ave., Suite 200 Phoenix, AZ azgrantmakers.org Marissa Theisen, President and CEO Erin Dow, Manager of Member Services and Communications Dr. Carol Peck, Board Chairwoman Steve Alley Tom Ambrose Kerry Blume Lydia Lee Pat Miles Barbara Poley Ed Portnoy Roy Pringle Mary Jane Rynd Don Snider Marissa Theisen Meri Waschler Deborah Whitehurst Gerald Wissink *Some agency names and mission statements have been abbreviated due to space constraints. October

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49 Arizona Humane Society Board of Directors To build healthy relationships between people and animals. Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion, 1521 W. Dobbins Road Phoenix, AZ azhumane.org Guy Collison, Executive Director Kelsea Vescova, Director of Development and Marketing Maureen Beyers, Board Chairwoman Paul Bjorklund Mark Briggs, Esq. Janet Cussler Craig Doyle Kelly Flood Melinda Morrison Gulick Michele Hallier Bob Koons Robert Kort, Esq. Mike Lenderink Cindy Martin Kimberlee Padilla Linda Parkis Mary Frances Ray Anthony Salcito Joette Schmidt Dave Shennan Ed Troell Daryl Weil Nancy Welch Susan Wissink Patty Withycombe Arizona Kidney Foundation Board of Directors To improve the quality of life of Arizonans diagnosed with kidney failure by providing direct patient aid; to provide public and professional education on the prevention of chronic kidney disease; to fund research; to encourage and support organ dona tion E. Indian School Road, Suite 140 Phoenix, AZ azkidney.org Jeffrey D. Neff, CEO Jamie Dove, Development Director Sam Rogers, Board Chairman Carolyn Ashby Andrew W. Bombeck Kenneth R. Boren, M.D. Lee. A. Cauble Marchelle Franklin Linda Gantt John P. Heileman, M.D. Christopher J. Hogan, R.Ph. Vance M. Julian, M.D. Howard Lien, M.D. Louis D. Lopez, Esq. Sally Roberts Mayer Bruce A. Meyer Paul S. Molchan, M.D. Bruce Morgenstern, M.D. Virginia Nosky Savas Petrides, M.D. Mindy Rasmussen, R.Ph. Bruce C. Thoeny Charles M. Thomas, ACSW Michael R. Urman, Esq. Jeff Weintraub Andre F. Wilson Arizona Kidney Foundation Women s Board To cooperate with and further the purpose of the Arizona Kidney Foundation E. Indian Bend Road Paradise Valley, AZ ermabombeckauthorsluncheon.org Jane Christensen, Board President Ann Albers Leslie Berry Jan Bohannon Jan Cacheris Jennifer Carmer Gee Gee Entz Shan Francis Harriet Friedland Nancy Gaintner Lisa Ghelfi Lenni Griego Penny Gunning Christine Gustafson Nancy Hanley Nan Howlett Carrie Hulburd Catherine Jacobson Julie Kroot Kathleen Lang Leah Langerman Patti Lau Robyn Lee Jamie Lendrum Amy Louis Lynne Love Janis Lyon Linda Mattes Genny Matteucci Linda Nachman Virginia Nosky Julie Prusak Lois Savage Sallye Schumacher Glenna Shapiro Margo Shein Laura Titus Julie Vogel Candyce Williams Arizona Opera Board of Trustees 4600 N. 12th St. Phoenix, AZ azopera.org Joel Revzen, Artistic Director Colin Columna, Director of Communications David A. Christensen, Board Chairman Jim Baum Richard L. Boals David Bolger Carol Franc Buck David A. Christensen Jack C. Clifford Jean Cooper Anton Eichorn Thomas M. Foster Jules Harris, M.D. Edward H. Hermanson, Ed.D. H. Eugene Jones Dale F. Lake Sharon Landis Gregory R. Moore Franca Oreffice Frederick M. Pakis Julia C. Patrick Marion Roose Pullin Ann B. Ritt Karinn Hamill Rothe Bahar A. Schippel Jeannette Jung Segel Ellie Shapiro Eugene B. Shapiro Glenna Jones Shapiro Jesse B. Simpson Christopher P. Staring Linda Staubltz Paul Symchych, M.D. Robert S. Tancer Lauri Termank Roma D. Wittcoff Judith G. Wolf, Ph.D. Arizona Science Center Board of Trustees To inspire, educate and entertain people about science. 600 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ azscience. org Chevy Humphrey, President and CEO Kristin Priscella, Director of Marketing and Sales Michael DeBell, Board Chairman Robert K. Anderson Rodney Armstead, M.D. Christopher Baiker Donald E. Brandt Drew Brown G. Kent Burnett Joo Cantor Wilford R. Cardon Jody Chandler Andrew R. Christensen Carol Clemmensen Jon S. Cohen Jason J. Coochwytewa Katharine Corbin Mark Doerflein Jacquie Dorrance Mark Edwards Mark Feldman B.J. Freeman Thomas Frye Derrick Hall Cathy Hardwick Hazel Hare David Howell Jr. Chevy Humphrey Steve Hunton Howard Katz John Kerkorian C. Dennis Knight Pam Kolbe Robert Kotwasinski Jeffrey Lowe Murray Manaster Pearle Wisotsky Marr Mary K. Martuscelli Steve Megli Dennis Miller Robert Miller Alfredo J. Molina Paul Morell Roger Morris Michael Mueller Rick Naimark Dionne Najafi Mark Pendleton Bill Powell Tucker Quayle Jane Roig Bryan Saba Scott Schmidt Peter Slate John L. Strittmatter Robert Sussman Julie Vogel Melani Walton John C. West Connie Wilhelm Donna Witherwax Peter A. Woog G. Douglas Young Arizona State University Foundation Board of Trustees To raise, invest and manage private funds to benefit all four Arizona State University campuses. P.O. Box 2260 Tempe, AZ asufoundation.org Johnnie D. Ray, President and CEO Jacquie Norton, Vice President Leadership Gifts Craig Weatherup, Board Chairman Martin Alvarez Sr. Jim Armstrong Tony Astorga Jose Cardenas Angela Cesal-Shaulis John R. Christian Jack Clifford Tony Corey Michael M. Crow Scott Crozier Pam Del Duca Cathy Dickey Wayne Doran Jacquie Dorrance Doug Ducey Geoff Edmunds Steve Evans Nita Francis Ira Fulton Grady Gammage Jr. Michael Glimcher John Graham Penny Gunning Derrick Hall Diane Halle Gary Herberger Bob Johnson James P. Kane L. Birt Kellam Lamonte Lawrence Anne Mariucci Phil Mickelson Harry Papp William Post Johnnie Ray Ed Robson Peter Schust John Solheim Bryan Sperber Patricia Stark Brian Swettte Markos I. Tambakeras Gary Tooker Gary Trujillo Greg Tryhus Ken Van Winkle Greg Vogel S. Scott Wald Craig Weatherup Christine K. Wilkinson Julie Wrigley COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS October

50 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Arizona State University Women & Philanthropy Founders Executive Committee To pro vide educational, networking and philanthropic opportunities designed to inspire and empower women to become visionary donors. P.O. Box 2260, 300 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ asufoundation.org/ womenand philanthropy Michele M. Rebeor, Director Co-chairs: Sybil Francis, Nita Francis Angela Y. Cesal-Shaulis Cathy Dickey Mary Lou Fulton Jeanne Herberger Jane Jozoff Julie Wrigley Arizona Theatre Company Board of Trustees To create professional theater that continually strives to reach new levels of artistic excellence and that resonates locally in the state of Arizona, and throughout the nation. 502 W. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ arizonatheatre.org David Ira Goldstein, Artistic Director Kevin Moore, Managing Director Clyde Kunz, Chief Development Officer Erin Erickson, Marketing Director Don Nickerson, Board Chairman Jessica Andrews Cameron Artigue Beth A. Bank Robert Begam Franklin Bennett John L. Claps Christopher W. Cle ments Len Coris Amy Courson Darryl B. Dobras Zelda Faigen Karen Fisch Joanie Flatt Robert Glaser David Ira Goldstein Laura Green Garry Hays Tori Congdon Hill Thomas L. Kelly Eileen W. Lamse Ann C. Lynn Sandra C. Maxfield Kevin E. Moore Linda Perlich Marvin Perry John Rawicz Terence Rudkin Michael Seiden Pamela Springer Greg Stanton Lisa Urias Jonathon Vento Richard Walker Arlene Webster Richard I. Weiss, D.D.S. Steven W. Zachary Arthritis Foundation Board of Directors To improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases E. Osborn Road, Suite 200 Phoenix, AZ arthritis.org arthritis.org Vikki Scarafiotti, President Matthew Jefferson, Executive Vice President of Advancement Melissa Brauer, Events Manager Sen. Carolyn S. Allen, Board Chairwoman Brian Bjorndahl Patricia Block Rich Boals Jacob Brown Stephen Brown, Ph.D. Daniel Burchfield, M.D. Larry Burns Mark H. Candioto Fiona Cross-Mesko Brenda Eidler Scott Erickson Earl Louis Feng, M.D. Peter Fischer Dr. Paul Howard, M.D. Joann Hurley Gretchen Jacobs T. James Lee Rob Leslie Nora Mandel Stuart R. Meislik Douglas Morrow Florence Nelson Harry A. Papp Warren Rizzo, M.D. Vikki Scarafiotti Daniel Scott Schulman, D.P.M. George Seitts Kelly Silberschlag Chuck M. Sowers Nate Tucker Reisha Zang Audubon Arizona Board of Directors To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth s biological diversity S. Central Ave., Rio Salado Audubon Center Phoenix, AZ az.audubon. org org Sam Campana, Executive Director Marcia Halstead, Director of Development Lori Singleton, Board Chairwoman William Auberle Randy Bain Paul Cody Margaret Cook Anne Durning Roger Ferland Tom Fulcher Krys Hammers Edmundo Hidalgo Ray Hunter Nancy Jordan Mal Jozoff Lynne Lagarde Anita MacFarlane Dr. Paul Mohr Ruth Russell Lois Savage Scott T. Schaefer Mary Lou Stevenson Shannon Ulrich Victor Vidales William F. Wilder Ballet Arizona Board of Directors To teach, create, and perform outstanding classical and contemporary ballet and to serve its communities through superior educational and outreach programs E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ balletaz.org org Kevin Myers, Executive Director Pam Wanser, Development Director Paris Wilcox, Education and Public Relations Manager Harold Dorenbecher, Board Chairman Makenna Albrecht Patricia H. Auch Edward Bez, D.O. Mary Carey Mary K. Farrington-Lorch Jo Finks Meghan Grabel Colleen A. Hallberg Terri Haston Stephen A. Johnson Robert J. Leslie Cesar Mazier Laurie McWeeney Elizabeth Messina Bill Papazian Linda Perlich Melinda K. Poppe Julie Prusak Mario T. Romero Lois Savage Carol Schilling David Thompson Sam Younger Banner Health Foundation Board of Directors To secure and steward charitable contributions to advance Banner Health s mission to make a difference in people s lives through excellent patient care N. Third Street, Suite 250 Phoenix, AZ bannerhealth.org Andy J. Kramer, President and CEO Hazel Richards, Fund Development Program Director Stefani Lawrence, Director of Finance and Operations Ken Van Winkle, Board Chairman David Berry Richard W. Campbell Chip Carmer Harry J. Cavanagh Jr., M.D. R. Craig Coppola Doug Ducey John Graham Sharon Harper Anthony J. Jannetti Andy Kramer Alfredo J. Molina Laura Palmer Noone Ted Northrop Jr. Jeffrey C. Stone John Zidich Barrow Neurological Foundation Board of Trustees 350 W. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ support barrow. org Mary Jane Crist, CEO Dennis R. Sage, Board Chairman Jane D. Alfano Greg Anderson Mary Jane Crist Wayne S. Doran Gee Gee Entz Booker T. Evans Patricia Boyd Gentry Cassandra Groh Lisa Handley Lee T. Hanley Linda Hunt Mike Ingram Guy Inzalaco Stanley W. Levine Marion (Mac) Magruder Herman Orcutt Tom Reahard Anne Robbs William Shapiro, M.D. Robert F. Spetzler, M.D. E. Jeffrey Walsh Barrow Neurological Foundation Women s Board To raise funds for research in the branch of medicine dealing with neurology, and to foster interest in the community concerning the importance and need for such financial support E. Foothill Drive Paradise Valley, AZ Jane Edmunds, Chairwoman Mrs. Genevieve Allison-Bush Mrs. Nicholas S. Balich Mrs. Jamie C. Barrow Mrs. Kathleen O. Bar row Mrs. Thomas C. Basham Mrs. Leon F. Bentley Mrs. Richard S. Bre cheisen Mrs. Victoria V. Buding er Mrs. Thomas M. Churchill Mrs. Gary S. Clancy Mrs. Daniel Cracchiolo Mrs. Peggy Crayton Mrs. Michael A. DeBell Mrs. Gregory Denk Mrs. Gary D. Edens Mrs. Karl Eller Mrs. Stephen O. Evans Mrs. Philip Francis Mrs. William D. Francis Mrs. Jack A. Friedland Mrs. LeRoy M. 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52 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Mrs. Gary J. Hewson Mrs. Robert C. Hobbs Sr. Mrs. Dennis D. Hopper Mrs. Thomas M. Hudak Mrs. David C. James Mrs. J. Rukin Jelks Mrs. Peter Kiewit Jr. Mrs. Roy A. Kite Jr. Mrs. Raymond E. Korte Jr. Mrs. Thomas J. Lang Mrs. Robert J. Lavinia Mrs. George E. Leonard. Ms. Kim Loyd Ms. Sally E. Lynch Mrs. Dennis H. Lyon Mrs. Marion M. Magruder Mrs. R. David Martin Mrs. J. Earle Martin Jr. Mrs. Robert L. Mat thews Mrs. Allan C. Mayer Mrs. Robert H. McKee Mrs. James J. Meen aghan Mrs. Joseph Melczer III Mrs. James E. Meyer Mrs. A. Lee Moore Mrs. James M. Neder lander Mrs. Robert C. Norris Mrs. John R. Norton III Ms. Deborah O Connor Mrs. Robin E. Parke Mrs. John P. Phillips Mrs. Terry Rakow Mrs. Richard A. Rector Mrs. Donald S. Robert son Mrs. Constance T. Rodie Mrs. Newton Rosenz weig Mrs. Harry Rosenzweig Jr. Mrs. William Schubert Mrs. Ross L. Shannon Mrs. Lawrence J. Sha piro Mrs. James P. Simmons Mrs. Leslie H. Small Mrs. Scott M. Spangler Mrs. Philip Taber Ms. Naomi G. Thomas Mrs. Jane Wallace Thorne Mrs. Donald J. Ulrich Jr. Mrs. Peter Van Ben schoten Mrs. Jimmy Walker Mrs. Robert L. Ward Mrs. Gay Firestone Wray Board of Visitors Board of Directors To serve the health-care needs of women, children and the elderly E. Cactus Wren Drive, Suite C Phoenix, AZ boardofvisitors.org Ann Watts, Chairwoman Prue Brito, Vice Chairwoman Margaret Beardsley Leslie Berry Debra Cain Shelley Dupuy Shan Francis Karen Kotalik Nancy Mitchell Andrea Moseley Kathryn Piskulick Sandra Price Mary Ann Sheely Kelly Sifferman Kris VanDenBurgh Robin Vitols Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Board of Governors To provide and support premier youth-development services using innovative, compre hensive programs and unique life experiences to maximize each individual s potential, resulting in productive future citizens E. Lakeview Drive Scottsdale, AZ bgcs. org Steve Davidson, President and CEO Larry Bleich, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Development Chris Marshall, Development Director David Cohen, Board Chairman Chris Baiker Rick Baker Curtiss Barker Hartley Barker Ruth Barker Jim Burns Barry Chasse Judith Frost Craig Hadges Charles Hall III David Larcher Mark Letendre Kenneth Levine Don Lindner David Lorsch Mark Masterson Dillan Micus Wallace Nichols Kevin Patrick Clark Peterson Richard Reinken Edi Remaklus Robert Rife Jim Riggs Paul Rubeli Steve Schwanz Peter Stesiak Dan Stewart Tyrone Strozier John Stull Patricia Tate Allen Thompson Michael Thorell Sangy Vatsa Mark Weber Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix Board of Directors To inspire and enable youth in our community, especially those faced with dif ficult and challenging circumstances, to realize their individual potential while learning responsible citizenship. Del E. Webb Administrative Center, 2645 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ bgcmp.org Amy Gibbons, President and Executive Director Brad Kuluris, Chief Operating Office and Vice President of Advancement Lariana Lesniak, Vice President Resource Development, Marketing and Communications Jeffrey J. Goulder, Board Chairman Wayne G. Allcott Charles M. Allen Chuck Artigue John G. Barry James G. Bazlen Steven R. Beeghley Mark A. Besh Chris Bird Melanie Boulden Gary W. Brown Garland A Brown Jr. Michael J. Bucek W. Thomas Castleberry James W. Chappell Donald E. Cline Bryan P. Colangelo Michael C. Connelly Kevin D. Cook Diane E. Costantino Larry L. Cummings Todd Davis Ayla K. Dickey Tamara S. Dobbs R. Edward Duley Paul Dykstra S.G. Ellison Warren Florkiewicz Susan M. Freeman Steve M. Fusco Warner Gabel III Scott A. Gauthier John H. Gleason David W. Groff William R. Gruwell Kevin C. Halloran Lee H. Hathaway Lawrence H. Hayward Howard J. Hickey III Dr. Allen M. Hoffman W.G. Homes John M. Kemper Karlene Keogh-Parks Jonathan Allen Keyser Burton S. Kruglick Jeffrey S. Kunkel Terry G. Lee Jeffrey H. Levinson George A. Long Robert R. Lubold IV Pearle Wisotsky Marr Joseph P. Martori Cullen Maxey Vicki K. McDonald Kevin W. McHolland Christopher M. Mc Nichol Kimberly J. McWaters Thomas E. Meeks Luis M. Mendoza Dale M. Micetic James J. Miller Alfredo J. Molina Jason B. Morris Dr. Gregory M. Pafford Alex Papas William H. Peltier Christopher Perry Eugene C. Peterson Mark T. Peterson Karl L. Polen Jr. Linda Pope Laurel D. Prieb Patrick A. Ray Greg Reeve Craig R. Robb Edward J. Robson Edward J. Ryan Jr. Louis Sands IV Russell G. Scaramella Phyllis Senseman Suzee Smith-Everhard Joanne Solomon Brad Steinke James C. Stone Malcolm Straus Edward Sucato Donald R. Tapia Jeffrey S. Terrill Craig M. Thorn Scott D. Thorn Michael P. Tilton Diana L. Vowels David M. Wilder Ben R. Wilson Ian M. Wist Jeff W. Woods Matthew L. Yoder Mark A. Zavras Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley Board of Directors To deliver the highest quality programs and provide opportunities to assist youth and teens in developing their self-esteem, values and skills in a fun and safe envi ronment E. Guadalupe Road, Suite 4 Tempe, AZ clubzona.org Ramon Elias, President and CEO Dennis Marcello, Development Director Mindee Padilla, Marketing and Public Relations Manager Cindy Creed, Board Chairwoman Clint Arrowsmith Leigh Anne Ciccarelli Robert Dilzer Freddie Dobbins Jr. Kjersten Grubka Dockery Shawn Duncan Jeanne Forbis Timothy France Rich Frazier Jay Friedman Lisa George Glynn Gilcrease Jim Hayden Peggy Hoag Lana Hock David Jensen Clay Kazmierski Lance Keller Greg Krekeler Michael Mason Drew Meredith Mike Neill Joe O Donnel Greg Patterson Scott Sasso Claudio Silva Leonard Torres Charlie Vester Tina Walton Joel Witt Neal Yukolis Javier Zuluaga Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona Board of Directors To help academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college. 50 AZSociety

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54 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS 3443 N. Central Ave., Suite 713 Phoenix, AZ bhghaz.org bhgh.org Greg Harman, Executive Director Casey Hines, Development Consultant Holly Lewis, Resource Manager Michael Geddes, Board Chairman John Bohon Dan Boncel Bill Catalanotte Lee Cohn Steven Connor Carla Consoli Scott Dalrymple Bob Fessler Thomas Franz David Guido Andrea Keck Raymond A. Lamb Hope Levin Al Lorenzi Steve Matteucci Don McFall Paul Minorini Thomas W. O Toole Richard Perry Rev. Edward A. Reese, S.J. Tom Schmitt Tod Smith Pat Tankersley Cheryl Vogt Timothy C. Westfall R. J. Williams Sr. Bradley Wright AZS-1009-COMMUNITY.indd 52 Catholic Community Foundation Board of Directors 400 E. Monroe St. Phoenix, AZ ccfphx.org John Sack, Ph.D., Chairman Keith Tigue, Vice Chairman Maria Chavira, Ph.D., Treasurer Guy Labelle, Secretary Daniel Santy, Immediate Past Chairman Christian Hoffman III, Ex-Officio Donna Marino, President and CEO Maureen Adams Betsey Bayless The Rev. Robert Clements Susie Cole Ann De Francesco Allen Edgar Rusty Foley Diane Halle Gil Jimenez Paul R. Madden Edward McDonough Steve Nelson Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted Donald Ruff Deacon Ron TenBarge Kirk Tushaus Candace Wiest Chicanos Por La Causa Inc. Board of Directors To build stronger, healthier communities as a lead advocate, coalition builder and direct service provider E. Buckeye Road Phoenix, AZ cplc. org Edmundo Hidalgo, President and CEO Jose Martinez, Vice President of Resource Development Max Gonzales, Vice President of Strategic Communications Erica GonzalezMelendez, Board Chairwoman Lydia Aranda Abe Arvizu Jr. Javier Cardenas, M.D. Jorge Castillo Carmen Cornejo George Diaz Jr. Alberto Esparza Gabriela Gonzalez Jose Antonio Habre Delma Herrera Gilbert Jimenez Leonardo Loo Manny Molina Antonio Moya Robert Ortiz Rodolfo Parga Jr. Rudy Perez Sylvia M. Salas Ray Salazar Childhelp Arizona Board of Directors To meet the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children N. 78th St. Scottsdale, AZ childhelp.org Sara O Meara, CEO and Co-founder Yvonne Fedderson, President and Co-founder John Reid, Executive Director Jill Babb Betsey Bayless Richard Boals Janice Brewer Herman Chanen Jeffrey Christenson Francine Coles Daniel Cracchiolo Tammy Crawford Sean Cunningham Sara Dial Sharon Dupont-Mc Cord Rosemary Eichenfield Jerome Evans-Elwell Yvonne Fedderson Iris Feldman Laurie Florkiewicz Deb Gullett Joyce Haver Carol Hebets Sandra Henry Wayne Howard Craig H. Jackson Ken Kendrick Jr. Caryll Kyl Sharon Lechter K. David Lindner Patricia Livi Charles Gifford Loda Thomas Maguire Denise McClintic Rita A. Meiser Alfredo J. Molina 9/22/09 2:32:38 PM

55 Priscilla Nicholas Sara O Meara Phil Ordway Linda Pope Kenneth Ricci Michael Salkeld Scott Schirmer Robert Schurman James Simmons Virginia Simpson Brian Skowronski Liz Skowronski Chuck Theisen Thelda Williams Childsplay Inc. Board of Trustees To create theater so strikingly original in form, content or both that it instills in young people an enduring awe, love and respect for the medium, thus preserving imagination and wonder, those hallmarks of childhood which are the keys to the future. The Sybil B. Harrington Campus for Imagination and Wonder at Mitchell Park, 900 S. Mitchell Drive Tempe, AZ childsplayaz.org splayaz.org Steve Martin, Managing Director Melia Dunn, Director of Development Rosemary Walsh, Director of Community Engagement Nancy Stone, Board President Erica Alexander John V. Back Kelly Balthazor Trevor Barger Manny Canales Alison Pulaski Carter Barb Carter Shelley Cohn Jim Copenhaver Brooke Corley Lisa Coulter Betty Drake Joanie L. Flatt Chris Froggatt Lisa Hobson Colleen Jennings-Rog gensack Raymond K. Leppien Joyce A. Longfellow Dave Mattson Mary Ann Miller Harry E. Mitchell Dan O Neill Nelson Ross Tim Thomason Timothy Toothman Jennifer Van Kirk Cynthia West Carol DuVal Whiteman Vicki Williams J. Robert Wills Chrysalis Board of Directors Leading our community to broadbased solutions to prevent domestic abuse E. McDowell Road, Suite 301 Phoenix, AZ noabuse.org noabuse.org Patricia Klahr, President and CEO Joseph Tapp, Development Director Lorie Simms, Director of Community Affairs Greg Pollock, Board Chairman John Balitis Nancy Brody, Ph.D. Kara Gin Ben Gordon Barbara Guerriero Ellen Baar Jacobs Kyle Kennedy Lisa Lowrie Fran Mallace Deborah Mittleman Cathey Moses John Pombier Roslyn Rappaport T.A. Shover Jenny Weaver Karen Weston Crisis Nursery Board of Directors To break the cycle of child abuse and neglect E. Polk St. Phoenix, AZ crisisnurseryphx.com crisisnurs eryphx.org Marsha Porter, Executive Director Natalie Miles-Thompson, Director of Resource Development Irene Agustin, Communications and Marketing Manager Mary Riley Michel, Board President Joshua Becker Junius Bowman Diane Brennan Michael D. Cavanaugh J. Kipp Charlton, M.D. Anne Christensen Sharon Del Duca-France Suzanne Dickey Anne Donahoe Roseann Dunteman Grace Edgar Lee Fraley Brad Gazaway Bruce Hart Tracy J. Herbst Thomas J. Hubbard Joan Jarnagin Judith Kunkel Lela Cloud Lawless Diana Lents Jerry Lewkowitz Michael Maledon Robert Mandel John Maus Carol Davidson Mc Crady Cindy Mero Shelly Messer, M.D. Rick Munson Chris Perry Robert Plotkin Marsha Porter Tammy Raciborski Leon Reivitz Stuart Smith Betsy Taylor Sara Van Houten Patricia Van Tuyl Stanley Wang Crisis Pregnancy Centers Board of Directors Saving lives and protecting futures W. Peoria Ave., Suite 115

56 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Glendale, AZ cpcphoenix.org cpcphoenix.org Barbara Willis, President Paula Taylor, Director of Operations Don Parks, Board Chairman Kim Johnson Robert Korljan Kevin Krestan Jena Savage Christopher Stoval Barbara Willis Desert Botanical Garden Board of Trustees To advance excellence in education, research, exhibition and conservation of desert plants of the world with emphasis on the southwestern United States N. Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ dbg.org Kenneth Schutz, Executive Director Beverly Duzik, Development Director John Sallot, Marketing Manager Lee Baumann Cohn, Board President Rebecca Ailes-Fine Kathryn Baker Tom Bekey Oonagh Boppart Gail Bradley Teniqua Broughton Robert Bulla John D. Burnside Shelley Cohn Lou Comus Jr. Barton Faber Amy Flood Dawn Goldman Hazel Hare Barbara Hoffnagle Martha Hunter Mari Koerner, Ph.D. Jan R. Lewis Melodie Lewis Tammy McLeod Marta L. Morando Peggy Mullan Don Ottosen Rosellen Papp Scott T. Schaefer Tom Schleifer, Ph.D. Michael Sillyman Nancy Swanson Robert Tancer Ken Udenze Bruce Weber Bill Wilder Steven G. Zylstra Desert Foundation Auxiliary Board of Directors To select and present to the community young ladies from the Scottsdale, Town of Paradise Valley and Carefree areas at the annual Desert Ball in December E. Krail St. Scottsdale, AZ terri. Terri Worthington, President Alice Bazlen Ingrid Haas Colleen Katz Robin LeMarr Verna Malone Kimberlee Padilla Chris Planck Kerrie Salerno Kimberly Zeiser Fiesta Bowl/Insight Bowl Board of Directors 7135 E. Camelback Road, Suite 190 Scottsdale, AZ fiestabowl.org John Junker, President and CEO Natalie Aguilar- Wisneski, Chief Operating Officer Anthony Aguilar, Director of Community and Corporate Relations Alan Young, Board Chairman Mike Allen Bob Aylesworth James D. Bruner Ann Damiano Kemp Ellis Mike Hecomovich Larry Johnson Dan Lewis Andy McCain David McIntyre Manny Molina Chuck O Connor Don Robinson Dave Tilson Mark Vinciguerra Mike Wall Kevin Warren Steve Whiteman Matt Winter Duane Woods John Zidich Ellie Ziegler Florence Crittenton Board of Directors To give every girl whose life we touch safety, hope and opportunity. 715 W. Mariposa St. Phoenix, AZ florencecrittentonofaz.org flocrit.org Linda Volhein, CEO Alisa Wheeler, Chief Development Officer Lory Lasica, Marketing and Communications Manager Michael J. Olsen, Board Chairman Rebecca Ailes-Fine Melissa Baffert Bob Bergman Christa Burkhalter Marc Cavness Shelle Cleveland Dawn Donovan Theresa Dwyer-Feder har Tammy Escobar-Miller Sue Fletcher Sue Glawe Daniel Green Cathy Hardwick Jon Held Nan Howlett Susan Karis Rona Kasen Larry Lytle Ina Manaster Julie McCollum Carole McManus Sophia Nicholson Lata Pall Nancy Spetzler Ruth Young Free Arts of Arizona Board of Directors To spark the creative spirit in abused, homeless and at-risk children and their families to inspire and transform their lives through artistic expression. 103 W. Highland Ave., Suite 200 Phoenix, AZ freeartsaz.org freeartsaz.org Rachel Oesterle, Executive Director Heath Blumstein, Development Director Elizabeth Curran, Marketing Manager Mark Feldman, Board President Richard Bowers Brooke Christofferson Richard Cohen Mike Cohn Dianne Cripe David Eichler Steve Flaks Kate Forbes Linda French Kris Kollasch Stephen E. Koons Tracy Morehouse Melissa O Brien Kara Young Fresh Start Women s Foundation Board of Directors Helping women help themselves. The Jewell McFarland Lewis Fresh Start Women s Resource Center, 1130 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ wehelpwomen.com org Barbara Ralston, President and CEO Debbie Simons, Vice President Operations and Development Nancy Loftin, Board Chairwoman Lynn Agnello Rebecca Ailes-Fine Betsey Bayless Joan Brubacher Karen Crotchfelt Lorraine Field Delia Garcia Mary L. Gillmore, Ph.D. Tracey Gotsis Gail Grace Joelle Hadley Alicia Harrison Frances Haynes Dr. Marie L. Hesse Barbara Hoffnagle Fran Ford Jacques Judith A. Joseph Karlene Keogh Parks Michelle Kerrick Leezie Kim Janet Kizziar, Ph.D. Eleanore Klein Marlene Klotz-Collins Leah Hoffman Langer man Leah Lewis Nancy Loftin Lisa Love Anne L Mariucci Mary K. Martuscelli Kimberly McWaters Jyllene Miller Jude Miller-Burke, Ph.D. Leslie Motter Kathy Munro Annette G. Musa Laura Palmer Noone Pamela Overton Pat Petznick Barbara Ralston Deanna Salazar Christine Schaefer Beverly Stewart Jacki Tatman Mary P. Upchurch Theresa H. Vella Sherry Willman Sue York Friends of Arizona Cancer Center Board of Directors To support Arizona Cancer Center s mission to prevent and cure cancer. P.O. Box Phoenix, AZ phoenixfriends.org aol.com Judy Lynn, President Beth Komadina, Vice President Joan Thomas, Treasurer Mrs. Craig M. Berge Ms. Jerri Boswell Mrs. Clarence Bowe Mrs. James Boyle Mrs. Irby Cain Ms. Pat Ciccone Mrs. Michael Dodge Mrs. Robert Farrer Mrs. James Fitzpatrick Mrs. Chris Fredriksen Mrs. John Kolbe Mrs. Gerald Luckman Mrs. Andy Matuszak Mrs. Art Miele Mrs. Janet Mitchell Mrs. Susan Monahan Mrs. Joan Nastro Mrs. John R. Norton Ms. Lucie Palmer Ms. Susanne Piper Mrs. Charles B. Polk Ms. Colleen Ragland Mrs. Allan Robinson Mrs. Samuel H. Rogers Mrs. Robert Rufenacht Mrs. Greg Schamp Mrs. Howard Schwartz Mrs. Matthew Seidel Mrs. M. P. Smith Mrs. Ronald Stole Mrs. Lawrence Stuckey Ms. Diane Taylor Mrs. Wayne Thibault Mrs. Thomas Troch Mrs. Linda Wehmueller Mrs. Richard H. Whitney Mrs. Cassendra Pomeroy Wood Ms. Stephanie Ysmael Heard Museum Board of Trustees To educate the public about the heritage and the living cultures and arts of Native peoples with an emphasis on the peoples of the Southwest. 54 AZSociety

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58 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS 2301 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ heard. org Frank H. Goodyear Jr., Director Geri Wright, Director of Development Robert B. Bulla, Board President Martha Albrecht Robert H. (Piestewa) Ames Shirley Avery Arlene K. Ben-Horin Howard R. Berlin Dr. George Blue Spruce Jr. Mark B. Bonsall Donald E. Brandt Dr. Eddie F. Brown Pamela M. Bruder F. Wesley Clelland III Robert A. Cowie Pam Del Duca Ryan P. Desmond Robert S. Diamond A.J. Fleet Dickey Diana V. Douglass Debra Friedman Patricia K. Hibbeler Mary Hudak Carrie L. Hulburd Jeffrey H. Kahn David Krietor William R. Lavidge James F. Lowman Frederick A. Lynn Carol Ann Mackay Valerie Manning Mary Ellen McKee Jacob C. Moore William J. Nassikas Christina Naugle Scott H. O Connor Arthur L. Pelberg, M.D. Lee W. Peterson William W. Pilcher Joette B. Schmidt John B. Stiteler Lisa Urias Bryan Vincent Richard B. West III Richard H. Whitney Homeward Bound BOARD OF DIRECTORS To assist homeless and domestic-violence families with children achieve eco nomic independence, secure long-term, safe, decent, affordable housing and break multi-generational cycles of homelessness and domestic violence W. Colter St. Phoenix, AZ hbphx.org Dr. Pamela A. Martin, President and Executive Director Dana Bailey, Director of Marketing Communications Kari Yatkowski, Board Chairwoman Mary Almassy Ryan Andersen William Bayless Judith Beach Ryan Blay Jacki Bowers Dan Brinton Traci Brown Maria Brunner Chef Michael Cairns Ginger Clayton Carla Curry Debbie Dickson Elise Eberwein Pete Flocken Dorthe D Galli Mike Haenel Susan Haugland Jeanne Hertz Debra Hill, Esq. Nan Howlett Gregory S. Hoyt Kim R. Humphrey Patty Johnson Russ Kindorf Gregory W. Layne Sally Lehmann Pamela Martin, Ph.D. Cassandra Mason-Motz Nancy Mavrides Pat McGinley Linda Mitchell Jim Morgan Kaylene Moss Margaret Mullen Paula O Neal Aileen Osofsky Barb Pearse Scott Player Eileen Rogers Jody Sarchett Joette Schmidt Christa Severns J. Charles Theisen Peter G. Thomas Richard Vogel Rick Waldrip Bruce C. Ward Shawna Warner Connie Weatherup Joyce Kline Wright Nancy Zezza Hospice of the Valley BOARD OF DIRECTORS To bring comfort and dignity as life nears its end E. Flower St. Phoenix, AZ hospiceofthevalley. org Susan Levine, Executive Director Cheryl Thomas, Development Operations Manager Bev Medlyn, Director of Media Relations Rita Meiser, Board President Teri Barnet Johnny Basha Diane Eckstein James Feltham Steve Fields John Fitzgerald, M.D. John Jennings Lanny Lahr Susan Levine Eddie Lopez Larry Mayhew Sister Margaret Mary McBride Cathy McKee Olesen Linda McReynolds Rick Naimark Shari Press Bob Ramsey Rich Reinken Dan Santy Kelli Smith Jerry Smithson Michael Spector Kay Thompson John C. Lincoln Health Foundation BOARD OF DIRECTORS To assist each person entrusted to our care to enjoy the fullest gift of health possible, and work with others to build a community where a helping hand is available for our most vulnerable members W. Utopia Road, Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ jcl.com/foundation Scott Showers, Interim CEO Tom Batson, Board Chairman Harold Aronson Harold Dorenbecher Rhonda Forsyth Bernard Glossy Lang Herndon David C. Lincoln Jean Marley Don Mickus Mike Novotny Jodi Pokorski Barbara Prah-Wix, D.O. Frank Pugh John P. Ragan Blair Reuben, M.D. Larry Seay Diane Sheets Frank Surdakowski, M.D. Kathy Wade Eileen Ward Junior League of Phoenix BOARD OF DIRECTORS To promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers N. Central Ave. Phoenix,AZ jlp.org Marion Rhoades, President Sue Holmes, Administrative Director Molly Bell Cathy Comer Wendy Cowen Brandi Hunt Rebecca Johnson Gilda Kemp Sarah Larson Karen Mankoski Jill Peterson Marion Rhoades Patti Tucker Tina Wesoloskie Victoria Whitmore Jennifer Wood Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation BOARD OF DIRECTORS To find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research E. Camelback Road, Suite 230 Phoenix, AZ jdrfdsw.org jdrf.org Becky Jackson, Executive Director and CEO Cori Cook, Development Director Laura Rivers, Director of Special Events and Marketing Chuck Welliver, Board President Bill Arthur Mark Ballard Deborah Batemen Michael Christopher Deanna Clarkson Tammy Crawford Chris Dyrek Laurie Eberst Chip Gerber Spencer Greene Derrick Hall Dr. Khalid Hasan Michael Hillman Scott Horn Becky Jackson Frank Madia Thomas Maguire David Matthews Robert R. McAuslan Tim McCabe Jay McCarthy Steve Mendelson Donald L. Meyers Leo Miller Maureen Musselman Pat Nevin Shawn O Mara Teresa Ornelas William F. Pabst III Tim Reckell Dawn Roberts Mick Rusing Einar Seadler Jean Marie Sullivan Dan Wachtler Karen Waisath John Werstler Achi Yaffe Liberty Wildlife BOARD OF DIRECTORS To nurture the nature of Arizona by provid ing quality wildlife rehabilitation, environmental education, research and conservation services for the community. P.O. Box Scottsdale, AZ libertywildlife.org Megan Mosby, Executive Director Kathleen Lang, Vice-Chair Richard Hayslip, Board Chairman MeridianBank.com / / Let s Achieve More. Together. 56 AZSociety

59 Peggy Cole Cay Cowie Darlene Fitchet Edward Fox William Hawgood Tom Henze John Melamed Megan Mosby Kathryn Orr, D.V.M. Rich Rector Conde Rogers William C. Weese, M.D. Tracey Westerhausen Deborah Wilson, M.D. Maricopa Health Foundation BOARD OF DIRECTORS To provide philanthropic sup port of Maricopa Integrated Health System programs, education, research and capital-improvement projects that advance patient welfare and improve health care in the com munity E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ mihs.org Tom McKinley, Vice President of Maricopa Health Foundation Jeffrey R. Simmons, Board Chairman Mike Cowley Sarah Harper Wayne N. Howard Alice Lara J. Phillip Nelson, M.D. Armondo G. Roman Jeffrey R. Simmons Warren Whitney Jane D. Alfano Kate All varius Mary L. Baldwin Frank Bennett Cassidy Campana Susan Cook Dan Corredor Mike Elliott Joanie Flatt Gary Fleming Rodney Holmes Annie Hsu Mike Hutchinson Dennis Ichikawa Alexanna Johnson Dennis Kavanaugh Susan Klecka D. Kent Layton, M.D. Ruth Tan Lim, M.D. Paul Maryniak Vern Mathern Julie Moreno Robert H. Neill Joan A. Newth Mario Trejo Romero Heather Sandstrom Kevin Shorts Kim Smith Peter Sysyn Cris Tutera Robert Young Mesa United Way BOARD OF DIRECTORS To increase the ability of the people of our community to care for one another, and to ensure that core services for children, the disabled, the elderly and the needy are available in our community. 137 E. University Drive Mesa, AZ mesaunitedway.org edway. org Carol McCormack, President and Chief Professional Officer Linda Haskell, Resource Development Manager Juls Davis, Director of Public Relations Thomas Schildgen, Ed.D, Board Chairman Kirk Adams Brian Allen F. Rockne Arnett Denny Barney Dee Burton Susan Carland Patrick Cassidy Beth Coons Brent Cope Dr. Michael Cowan Charlie Deaton Sally Downey, Ph.D. Debra Duvall, Ed.D. Mike Elliott John Ford John Giles Lillie Gould Tony Ham John Harrington Fred Himovitz Keith Hjelmstad Michael Hughes Michael Hutchinson Kyle Jones Wendell Jones Jim LeCheminant David Luna Paul Maryniak Dea McDonald Robert McNichols Christian Mendivil Jeff Mirasola Julie Moreno Joel Neitch Dave Palmer Shouan Pan Scott Perkinson Gary Pierce Paul Sanders Gary Smith John R. Soethe Scott Somers Dean M. Taylor Grant Taylor Wilford Taylor Deanna Villanueva-Saucedo David Wade Ron Wells Kim Westenskow Lynn C. Westergard Mary Jo Whalen Richard White Ben Whiting Jo Wilson John Wright Jan Zale Metro Phoenix Partnership for Arts and Culture BOARD OF DIRECTORS To promote a vibrant creative community as a critical partner in the economic vitality of metro Phoenix E. Camelback Road, Suite 204 Phoenix, AZ mpacarts.org Myra Millinger, President and CEO Amy Heisler, Director of Communications Sandra Werthman, Board Chairwoman Ruben Alvarez Roc Arnett Tony Astorga Barry Broome Drew Brown R. Thomas Browning Ed Fox Thomas R. Franz Grady Gammage Laura R. Grafman John Graham Win Holden Michelle Kerrick Kwang-Wu Kim Yolanda Kizer Jack Lunsford Rosellen Papp Mark Sklar Mike Straneva Chip U Ren Johann Zietsman Steven G. Zylstra Musical Instrument Museum BOARD OF DIRECTORS To celebrate the world s cultures as expressed through music a language common to us all E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix, AZ themim.org Billie R. DeWalt, Ph.D., President and Director Christopher J. Bell, Chief Development Officer Robert J. Ulrich, Board Chairman Billie (Bill) DeWalt, Ph.D. Gail Dorn Gary Tobey Marc Felix Michael R. Francis Robert McMahon Nature Conservancy in Arizona BOARD OF TRUSTEES To preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. The Plaza at Squaw Peak III, 7600 N. 15th St., Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ nature. org/arizona org Patrick J. Graham, State Director Susan Waschler, Deputy State Director Tamara Skrovan, Marketing and Communications Bennett Dorrance, Board Chairman Peter G. Backus David N. Beckham Donald Brandt Laura Brown Jonathan Fink Virginia Giovale John W. Graham Richard Hayslip Katharine Jacobs David Lane Melodie Toulouse Lewis Frederick Pakis Karen Peters J. Doug Pruitt Denise D. Resnik Cathy Ries Melani Walton Craig Weatherup Bruce Williams Thomas A. Zlaket notmykid BOARD OF DIRECTORS Inspiring positive life choices through real-life expertise and education E. Shea Blvd., Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ notmykid.org notmykid.org Bradley K. Barrett, Ph.D., CEO and Executive Director Jill Woods, Director of Development and Marketing Jim Kleeman, Board Chairman Gregory Anderson Brad Barrett, Ph.D. Betsy Burdick Rick Federico Steve Moak Mark Murawski Kathryn Pldgeon Mark Rohde, Ph.D. Richard Shapiro Todd Stottlemyre Patrick van den Bossche Bruce Ward Bruce Weber James Calleroz White James Zaharis, Ed.D. PANDA - Steele Children s Research Center PHOENIX WOMEN S ADVISORY BOARD To support discovery processes that lead to improved treatments and cures for devasting childhood diseases N. Third St., Suite 155 Phoenix, AZ Stephanie Helsten, President Emily Calahan, Vice President Tiffany Crane, Secretary Gerri Tsantilas, Treasurer Trisha Anthony Tifanny Anton Ashley Baiker Sara Baldwin Charlene Berge-Blum Carolyn Bosworth COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS MeridianBank.com / / Let s Achieve More. Together. October

60 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Alexandra Boyle Judy Burke Sarah Carlenzoli Kyle Christensen Heidi Coupland Lisa Cowan Tina Curran Christy Dean Kristin Dean Robyn DeBell Ann Denk Jacquie Dorrance Jennifer Dougherty Debbi Douglas Suellen Edens Kay Eskridge Meghan Fable Pam Fitzgerald Dana Gapusan Lora Golke Melinda Gulick Penny Gunning Megan Hackbarth Tori Heintzelman Nancy Hepburn Megan Hink Catherine Jacobson Lori Kelly Melissa Kenly Kelly Kirke Julie Koeth Pam Kolbe Wendy Lentz Nancy Love Kari MacDonald Amy Mahoney Lisa Mallender Lizabeth Matthews Traci Mead Ashley Ragan Julie Rauch Judith Ray Kathy Ritt Laurie Ritt Erika Sahagun Carol Schmidt Mary Lynn Schmidt Gretchen Schubert Judy Shannon Susie Small Tracy Smith Sandi Thomas Kati Travelle Kristin Ulrich Tammy Underwood Julie Vogel Kathy Walker Michelle Walker Megan Wall Karin Weiler Nancy White Linda Whitney Allison Wilmink Susan Wissink Jaime Dion Wright Helen Yeung Phoenix Art Museum BOARD OF TRUSTEES To educate and expose the broadest possible segment of our population to the historical and aesthetic attributes of the visual arts N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ phxart. org James Ballinger, Director Robert Chamberlain, Deputy Director Mindi Carr, Public Relations Manager Ellen Katz, Board Chairwoman Tony Astorga Joel Bernstein Susan Black John Bouma Drew Brown Amy Clague Jack Clifford Bruce Covill Denise Delgado Jacquie Dorrance Susan Drescher-Mulzet Richard Goldsmith Michael Greenbaum Paul Groves Meryl Haber Lila Harnett Dr. Howard Hendler Steve Hunton Ken Kendrick Andrew Kim Margot Knight Bill Koenig Joseph Lampe Sally Lehmann Polly Levine Sharron Lewis Timothy Louis James Lundy Dennis Lyon Don Martin Jim Meenaghan Anette Musa Patricia Nolan John Norton Doris Ong L. Roy Papp Thomas Payne Steve Rineberg Vince Roig Jay Schlott Angela Singer Diana Ellis Smith Steve Tufts Don Ulrich William Way Steven Wheeler Brad Wilde Eileen Yeung Phoenix Children s Hospital Foundation FOUNDATION BOARD 2929 E. Camelback Road, Suite 122 Phoenix, AZ phoenixchildrens.com/waysof-giving phoenixchildrens.com Steven S. Schnall, Senior Vice President, Chief Development Officer Kim Behrens, Director, Special Events Debra Stevens, Community Relations Director Richard Kuhle, Board Chairman David G. Areghini Larry Clemmensen Greg Kruzel Mark Love Keith Maio Robert Meyer Manny Molina Frank Placenti Ben Quayle Steven Schnall Julie Vogel Melani Walton David Watson Sheila Zuieback The Phoenix Symphony BOARD OF DIRECTORS To evoke a passion for orchestral music within the entire community. 1 N. First St., Suite 200 Phoenix, AZ (office), (box office) phoenixsymphony.org phoenixsymphony.org Maryellen Gleason, President and CEO Frank Bourget, Director of Development C.A. Howlett, Board President Barbara Anderson Charles Berginc David R. Borneman Donald E. Brandt Benjamin F. Brown, Ph.D. Michael F. Casey Jack Clifford Hugh Downs Drake Duane, M.D. Jessica Florez-Lieb Sandra Lee Gibson Thomas Gilson Maryellen H. Gleason Kathy Haake Roy A. Herberger, Ph.D. Jeanne L. Herberger, Ph.D. Michael Johnson Richmond Johnson Malcolm Jozoff Connie Jungbluth David A. Kahn Linda Miller Elissa Mullany Gerald W. Murphy James Nelson Julie Prusak David A. Selden Roger R. Smith Jr. Richard Snell Frederick R. Unger John C. Vryhof John O. Whiteman Dr. Edwin H. Wolf John D. Zicarelli Adam Zweibeck The Phoenix Zoo/ Arizona Zoological Society BOARD OF DIRECTORS To provide experiences that inspire people and motivate them to care for the natural world. 455 N. Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ phoenixzoo.org thephoenix zoo.com Norberto J. (Bert) Castro, Executive Director and CEO Lorraine Frias, Director of Development Jim Brewer, Vice President Marketing and Communication Christopher J. Hogan, Board Chairman Mary S. Alexander JT Benton Jean C. Bingham Cynthia Buness Norberto J. Castro Michelle M. Clarke Eric Crown Aaron T. Detzer JoEllen Doornbos Peter J. Faur Dr. Bertram Feingold Larry A. Fink Richard M. Hayslip Derek J. Kerr Michelle Mace-Basha Albert W. Morris Sean Noble Richard D. Peterson David L. Pulatie Raymond K. Ramella Jeff Schumacher Gabrielle Vitale Darlene M. Wauro Jeff Williamson Planned Parenthood Arizona BOARD OF DIRECTORS To promote and protect every person s freedom and right to enjoy sexual health and well-being, to make reproductive choices and build healthy, strong families N. Seventh St. Phoenix, AZ ppaz.org Bryan S. Howard, President and CEO Annet Ruiter, Vice President of Development Cynde Cerf, Director of Communication and Marketing Candace Lew, M.D., Board Chairwoman Jennifer Barefoot Rhonda M. Carrillo Marcia Chatalas Mary Ann Dobras Shawn Dralle Miles Green Gary Hammond Cassandra Herrera Cindie Hubiak Virginia A. Korte Ann Markewitz Susan D. Noack Bridget Riceci Eileen Rogers Mario Trejo Romero Dr. John Swagert Taunye Villicana Priscilla Whitlock-Coates Ryan House BOARD OF DIRECTORS To provide essential care in a home-like setting where families of children with life-limiting conditions will come for respite and, as needed, end-of-life care. MeridianBank.com / / Let s Achieve More. Together. 58 AZSociety

61 P.O. Box Phoenix, AZ ryanhouse.org Nancy Martin, Executive Director Patty Taylor, Acting Chairwoman Jonathan Cottor Rusty Dees Diane Eckstein Jon Ford Dieter Gable Rosemary Gannon Tara Kilby Susan Levine Kelly Mooney Christina Naugle Susan Palmer-Hunter Connie Perez Kris Scardello Judy Schubert Judy Shannon Debbie Shumway Jim Sikora Faye Tait Patty Taylor Chip Tolleson Virginia Ward Science Foundation Arizona Board of Directors To foster a culture and invest in areas that will build and strengthen medical, scientific and engineering research and education programs and infrastructure in areas of greatest strategic value to Arizona s competitiveness in the global economy. 400 E. Van Buren St., Suite 230 Phoenix, AZ sfaz.org William C. Harris, Ph.D., President and CEO Mel Slater, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Mike Snitz, Community Development Director Don Budinger, Board Chairman Craig Barrett. Ph.D. Erich Bloch William C. Harris, Ph.D. Leroy Hood, Ph.D., M.D. Gary Jones Anita Jones, Ph.D. Ira W. Levin, Ph.D. Frank McCabe Robert Millis, Ph.D. Prof. Martina Newell- McGloughlin Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation Board of Trustees To develop philanthropy that strengthens and advances Scottsdale healthcare N. 92nd St. Suite 121 Scottsdale, AZ shc.org/foundation John N. Ferree Jr., President Laura R. Grafman, Executive Vice President F. Keith Withycombe, Board Chairman Ronald R. Baker Hartley B. Barker Howard R. Berlin Gerald Bisgrove Judy Bowe Thomas E. Brady Patricia Cox Richard A. Donnelley James N. Farley Curt R. Feuer Sue Fletcher Laurie A. Florkiewicz E.K. Gaylord II Michael D. Greenbaum Steven L. Hunton Robert C. Johnson Thomas F. Jones Jr. Howard C. Katz C. Dennis Knight Frederick A. Lynn Murray Manaster Eliot A. Minsker Michael Nicholas Charles Palmer William W. Rooke Jeffrey G. Schlein Robert Sussman Frank D. Trznadel Social Venture Partners Arizona Board of Directors To inspire and promote strategic philanthropy, using a venture-capital approach, to effect positive social change in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. Community Volunteer, 1505 E. Missouri Ave., Suite 200 Phoenix, AZ svpaz.org Terri Wogan, Executive Director Dan Rigby, Board Chairman Carol Cox John DeWulf Harold Dorenbecher Joyce Friel Maurine Karabatsos Donna Killoughey Minday Korth Grace Lau Hope Leibsohn Alison Lewis Duane Miller Mary Sculley Sarah Strunk Richard L. Tollefson Jr. Diane Walker Dominic Wycklendt The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Phoenix Diocesan Council To encourage the spiritual growth of its members, volunteers, the people they serve and benefactors; to encourage fellowship while serving those in need and to pro vide an opportunity to others to serve those in need. 420 W. Watkins Road Phoenix, AZ stvincentdepaul.net svdp-phx-az.org Stephen J. Zabilski, Executive Director Blase Bova, Director Development and Operations Susan de Queljoe, Community Relations Director Joseph J. Riley, Board President. Frank Martin Barrios Johnny Basha COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

62 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Julie Cantrell-Douglas Thomas Clouser Raymond E. Daoust Paulette C. Dollarhide Esther French Gene Grandy Rev. Bernard D. Green, S.D.S. Lucy M. Howell Stephen J. Jenkins John H. Junker Marie LeMoine Philip J. Mizzi, Ph.D. Larry Noble Patrick Albert O Brien Brian R. O Donnell Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted George Pogue Joseph Power Shirley Smalley John Stenquist Frank Valenzuela Lucky Lee White Terry B. Wilson Jean Zell Sojourner Center Board of Directors To overcome the impact of domestic violence, one life at a time. P.O. Box Phoenix, AZ sojournercenter.org ercenter.org Connie Phillips, Executive Director Liz Casey, Development Director Lauren Mansene, Communications Coordinator Commander Kim Humphrey, Board President Maria Brandenburg Tere Camarena Bob Enright Dave Franke Manny Garcia Christine Girard, N.D. Gwyneth Gittings Kenda Gonzales Katie Hines Cindy Hunt Stanlie M. James Loren Kirkeide Julia C. Patrick Chris Perry David Ramirez Gilbert Rotstein Dave Ryan June Shapiro Ward Simpson Rada Tierney Mandy Weaver Kelly Zitlow Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center Board of Directors To advance research and provide a lifetime of support for individuals with autism and their families. 300 N. 18th St. Phoenix, AZ autismcenter.org e- mail: Jeri Kendle, Interim President Denise D. Resnik, Development Director Howard Sobelman, Board Chairman Rose Arck Joe Blackbourn Jane Christensen Joseph Cooper Danielle Feroleto Lisa Frace Sue Glawe Kathy Hancock Tom Kelly Louis Kirby II, M.D. Mary Martuscelli Matt McMahon John Napolitan Stephanie Papadopuo los Sergio Penaloza Joe Ray Larry Reese Mike Reina Denise D. Resnik Kay Snell Scott Sutherland Leo Valdez Cheryl Walsh Christine K. Wilkinson Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS Board of Directors Leading in the fight against HIV and AIDS by reducing infection, improving quality of life and contributing to worldwide research E. McDowell Road, Suite 200 Phoenix, AZ swhiv.org Carol Poore, President and CEO Debbie Rubenstrunk, Development Director J. David Smith, Board Chairman Tom Awai Tom Betz Jodi Black, Ph.D. Jennifer Bohnert Scott Burdick Tony Colon Linda Elliott Kimberly Grouse Mark Hemphill, M.D. Stephanie Heymann Mark Howard Kevin Jackson Michael Mallace Derek Orellana Kelli Smith Scott Sowell Tim Tracy Sam Wercinski Tambra Williams St. Joseph s Foundation Board of Directors 350 W. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ supportstjosephs.org Mary Jane Crist, CEO Richard Horn, Board Chairman Kelly J. Barr Ross Bremner, M.D. L. Don Brown Shelby Butterfield Mary Jane Crist Hamilton Espinosa Les M. Gin C.A. Howlett Linda Hunt Michelle M. Matiski Michael L. Medici, A.I.A. Jacquelyn M. Michelson

63 Dr. Loui Olivas Craig S. Porter Jorge Quintero Christine K. Wilkinson, Ph.D. Ted Williams Steele Children s Research Center Phoenix Advisory Board To support the mission of the Steele Children s Research Center: to teach, to heal, and to discover N. Campbell Ave., Suite 3301 Tucson, AZ steelecenter.arizona.edu Fayez K. Ghishan, M.D., Director of the Steele Children s Research Center Lori Stratton, Director of Development Kim Sterling-Heflin, Board President Kirk Aleck, M.D. John Checkett Mary Chick Robyn DeBell Jodi Freeman Penny Gunning Annette Heasman Patti Lau William Mack Phillipa Maltese Karen Meyer Andy Plattner William G. Ridenour Jan Neal Riemar Joan Rankin Shapiro, Ph.D. Mitchell Shub, M.D. Margo Smith Greg Stanton Kim Sterling-Heflin Judy Walruff, Ph.D. Dick Whitney Teach For America Regional Advisory Board To enlist our nation s most promising future leaders in the movement to eliminate educational inequality N. Central Ave., Suite 900 Phoenix, AZ teachforamerica.org Dayna. cobar Pearl Chang Esau, Executive Director Dayna Cobarrubias, Managing Director, Development Mallory R. Savan, Coordinator, Corporate and Foundation Relations Connie Wilhelm, Board Chairwoman Lyn Attaway Kate Baker Kelly J. Barr Steve Betts Donald Brandt Wendy Briggs Amanda Burke Rebecca Burnham Rich Dozer Doug Ducey Pearl Chang Esau Ernie Hostetler Claire Janssen Mark Leinweber Linda Mac Perlich Barbara Ralston Sal Rivera James T. Swanson Wanda Tang Translational Genomics Research Institute Board of Directors To make and translate genomic discoveries into advances in human health. 445 N. Fifth St., Suite 600 Phoenix, AZ tgen. org Dr. Jeffrey Trent, President and Scientific Director Michael Bassoff, Foundation President Galen Perry, Associate Vice President, Marketing and Communications Jose Cardenas, Board Chairman Betsey Bayless Richard L. Boals Gov. Jan Brewer Drew Brown Robert Bulla Susan Clark-Johnson Michael Crow, Ph.D. Bennett Dorrance Diane Enos Peter S. Fine Bert A. Getz Phil Gordon John D. Haeger, Ph.D. Keith R. McKennon Jeffrey Moorad T. Lon Owen, Ph.D. Cindy K. Parseghian William J. Post Franklyn G. Prender gast, M.D. Robert Shelton, Ph.D. Richard Silverman Jim Slat tery Jeffrey Trent, Ph.D. Translational Genomics Research Institute Foundation Foundation Board of Directors To support TGen in its mission to make and translate genomic discoveries into advances in human health. 1 Arizona Center, 400 E. Van Buren St., Suite 850 Phoenix, AZ helptgen.org mbas Dr. Jeffrey Trent, President and Scientific Director Michael Bassoff, Foundation President Galen Perry, Director of Communications Bennett Dorrance, Board Chairman Michael Bassoff Gerald Bisgrove Tess Burleson Jose A. Cardenas Karl Eller Diane Halle Lee T. Hanley Michael Ingram Catherine Ivy Ken Kendrick Jr. Richard J. Lehmann F. Francis Najafi Skip Rimsza Ray Thurston Jeffrey M. Trent, Ph.D. COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

64 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Trends Charitable Fund Board of Directors To support programs in need that positively impact women and children E. Indian Bend Road Paradise Valley, AZ trendscharitablefund.org Robyn Lee, Board Liaison and Event Coordinator Jill Krigsten, Board President Jill Alanko Trisha Anthony Susan Doria Carrie Hall Nan Howlett Catherine Jacobson Pat Leach Sandy Magruder Ina Manaster Sallie Najafi UMOM New Day Centers Patron Group Board To provide homeless and low-income families with food, shelter and the tools to build a bridge to selfsufficiency E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, AZ umom.org Darlene Newsom, CEO Nichole Barnes, Development Director W. Douglas Parker, Chairman Jerry Bisgrove Larry Butler Jerry Colangelo Philip L. Francis Frank Gor don Lee Hanley Sharon Harper Robert C. Hobbs Sr. Dennis Jones Susan Levine Ed Lewis T.W. Lewis Jeff Lowe Andy McCain Preston V. McMurry Jr. Jerry Moyes Jim Pederson William J. Post Scott Rehorn Dean Riesen Michael Rooney Bill Schubert Jeff Terrill Gary Tooker Fred Unger Rick Welts University of Arizona Foundation Board of Trustees To secure resources and manage assets and relationships solely to advance the University of Arizona N. Cherry Ave. Tucson, AZ uafoundation.org James H. Moore Jr., President and CEO John Brown, Director of Communications and Marketing Peter E. Calihan, Board Chairman J. Craig Barker Robert F. Charles G. Wallace Chester Robert L. Davis Beverly June Dempsey Karl Eller Peter A. Fasseas Lloyd C. Fox Philip W. Hagenah Meredith Hay Ted H. Hinderaker Linn T. Hodge III James I. Hunter Augustine B. Jimenez III I. Michael Kasser Thomas W. Keating Peter A. Ladigo Nancy C. Loftin Stephen J. MacCarthy Manuel C. Molina James H. Moore Jr. Allan J. Norville Stephen E. Quinlan Peter Salter Eugene G. Sander Robert N. Shelton Ralph Silberschlag Richard H. Silverman Sarah B. Smallhouse Thomas W. Sullivan Jr. Jon O. Underwood Joel D. Valdez Christopher J. Vlahos Valle del Sol Board of Directors Inspiring positive change by investing in human services, strengthening selfsufficiency for families and building the next generation of Latino leaders N. Seventh St., Third Floor Phoenix, AZ valledelsol.com valledelsol.com Luz Sarmina- Gutiérrez, President and CEO Carlos Galindo-Elvira, Vice President of Philanthropy and Community Relations Maria Morales Spelleri, Board Chairwoman Yolanda France David A. Hansen Julio Herrera Lydia Lee Joseph Losada Martha E. Mariscal Anna Arellano Prunty Art Ruiz Tom Simplot Sarah A. Strunk David R. Vera Giovanna Verdugo James W. Vigars Valley Leadership Board of Directors To enhance the individuals abilities to serve and strengthen our communi ties N. 20th St., Suite 202 Phoenix, AZ valleyleadership.org Beth Thomson-Gorman, Program Manager Louis Dominguez, Board Chairman Ginny Arnett-Caro Black Cameron Cassidy Campana Kendra Cea Michael Crusa

65 Scott Davis Betty Doran Michelle Hernandez Christine Jones Christopher Jones Jason Jones George Khalaf Robert Leslie Anita Luera Cassandra Mason-Motz Tony Moya Alberto Olivas Marshall Shore Christine Spicer Brad Vynalyk Clay Wells Kathy Young Valley of the Sun United Way Board of Directors To improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community E. Osborn Road Phoenix, AZ vsuw.org e- mail: Merl Waschler, President and CEO Marcia L. Mintz, Chief Development Officer John Hogg, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications Douglas Parker, Board Chairman Mary Alexander Johnny Basha Michael Bender Michael Bielecki John Bouma Pam Conboy Diane Constantino Doug Davis Margie Emmermann Jeff England Steve Evans Victor Flores Phil Francis Susan Frank Thomas Franz Eugene Garcia Rufus Glasper, Ph.D. Carlos Gonzalez Pete Gorraiz Dave Hall Derrick Hall Kathy Hancock Mernoy Harrison Jon Held Don Henninger Rick Kuhle Jeff Kunkel Carl Landrum Hope Levin Jim McDowell Mike Miller Reed Mittlestaedt Steve Moak Kevin Moran Rick Naimark William Pepicello Jane Reddin Vince Roig Deanna Salazar Richard Simonetta David Smith Tod Smith Donald Smith Jr. Eileen Ward Steve Wheeler Warren Whitney Wellness Community Board of Directors To provide free professional psychosocial programs of support, education and hope for people with cancer and their loved ones. 360 E. Palm Lane Phoenix, AZ thewellnesscommunityaz.org Paula Hardison, Executive Director Tina Bronson, Marketing and Development Director Raymond Hunter, Board Chairman Dianne Aguilar Dan P. Aspery, M.D. Todd Burgess Christina Burroughs Dr. Jim Campbell Beth S. Cohn Susana Della-Maddalena Juanita Francis Jeff Gardner Paula Hardison Raymond Hunter Denise Jewell Herman Lewkowitz Paul M. Magtibay, M.D. Marcia Meyer Kristine Ouzts Linda Jane Perlich Marilyn Pobiak Brad Preber Terri Rosko Kendra Sabol Cindy Slick Elise Thorpe Jennifer Unger Patricia Withycomb Whispering Hope Ranch Foundation Board of Directors To offer special-needs children and their families rustic, Arizona ranchstyle camp and retreat experiences with programs designed to foster nurturing inter actions between campers and the animals residing at the ranch E. Pima Center Parkway Scottsdale, AZ whisperinghoperanch.org peringhoperanch.org Mary J. Clark, Executive Director Jonah Shacknai, Board President Chris Baiker Susan Bansak Bill Benda, M.D. Sam Garvin Robert D. Hartman Jim Hebets Robert G. Mayfield Gilbert D. Mook Daniel E. Nastro Mark A. Prygocki Sr. Denise D. Resnik Michael Rosenthal Jonah Shacknai Mark Sklar Gerrit van Huisstede Laurie D. Wray Shelby Yastrow YMCA Valley of the Sun Board of Directors To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. 350 N. First Ave. Phoenix, AZ valleyymca.org gwo Gregory O Brien, President and CEO Edwin Hendricks, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer Leann Knox, Vice President Membership and Marketing Robert S. Nichols, Board Chairman Karen Abraham Martin Alvarez Janice Louise Burnett John Byrd Jr. Carol N. Campbell Paige Chadwick Timothy R. Coffey Sr. Pamela M. Conboy Greg Corns Stan Craft David S. Crawford Charles M. Dubroff Jeff Egbert Con Englehorn John J. Farren Larry D. Glandon Ronald Goodson Gregory D. Goven James T. Greener Gary Hickel Jeff Ittel Dennis Jones Sue Kathe Michael King William Kirschner Larry Little Tim J. Lloyd John Manobianco Daniel J. Martineau Leigh McGill, M.D. Tom McKinley Victor Mendez Roderick T. Miller Douglas Moss Steve Nelson Jerry Oliver Sr. Wendy A. Pellegrino Jim Pitman Craig Prouty W. Knox Ramsey Jr. Pam Rankin J. Samuel Ridley Ananda Roberts Ron Rodgers Vicki Sandler Dr. Kent Paredes Schribner Mark Sims Chris Stegman Terry Stevens Steven A. Stoaks Lori Sundberg Amy Thurston Jeff Turner William Tyree David Veillette Linda G. Walton J. Scott Wede James P. Weiers Scott Williams Timothy J. Williamson Gregory D. Winfree Bill Woodward Gloria Ybarra Frank W. Ziska COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS October

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