In May of 2012, CPLC Parenting Arizona’s Advisory Board transitioned to become CPLC Health & Human Services Advisory Board. This board’s work encompasses all programs within CPLC Family Empowerment and Recovery & Resiliency Departments which are under the CPLC Health & Human Services pillar. This Advisory Board’s mission is to find strategic solutions, creative partnerships and continue to expand the CPLC objectives within programs under CPLC Health & Human Services.
Meet the CPLC Health & Human Services Advisory Board:
Nick also serves as Chair of the Strategic Planning Advisory Commission for the Town of Fountain Hills and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Fountain Hills Cultural and Civic Association. Nick holds a BS in Political Science with minors in Business & Mass Communications and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Arizona State University. He was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada and has lived in Arizona since coming here for his undergraduate studies. He enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends. Nick lives in Fountain Hills with his wife Adrienne and their son, Jack.[/reveal][reveal title=”Jody Sarchett, CEBS, CIC, AAI” open=”false” color=”black”]Jody Sarchett brings to Lovitt & Touché, Inc. more than a decade of industry experience. As Vice President, she provides expertise in all areas of commercial insurance specializing in property & casualty, workers’ compensation, employee benefits, cost containment strategies, underwriting & renewal negotiations and risk management solutions.
Before joining the agency as a producer, Ms. Sarchett earned her Bachelor of Science degree and Business Administration in Finance from Tarleton State University (Texas AM School). She graduated Manga Cum Laude and was a Delta Mu Delta Honor Member. She is a Certified Insurance Counselor, Certified Employee Benefits Specialist and Accredited Advisor in Insurance. Ms. Sarchett was awarded the Lovitt & Touché Top Producer Award in 2007-09 and was inducted into the Lovitt & Touché President’s Club in 2010.
Ms. Sarchett serves on the board of Homeward Bound as well as CPLC Parenting Arizona. She is active in the Phoenix CFO-CEO Group and Financial Executives International. She is also an avid horse enthusiast and is a Pro Rodeo Barrel Racing Circuit Champion and a United States Team Roping Champion.[/reveal][reveal title=”Dan Brooks, Ph.D” open=”false” color=”black”]Dr. Dan Brooks has twenty years experience applying decision and risk analysis to the development of decision-making processes and risk-based strategy formulation, working for both the federal government and private industry. He served as Senior Scientist for Applied Decision Analysis, Inc., a San Francisco management consulting firm, and most recently served as a Director for PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Financial Advisory Services group. He is a full-time faculty member in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and Director of the Executive MBA Program and the Global MBA Program. s also on the advisory board for the Masters in Statistics degree program, a member of the Supply Chain Management Department, and the 1992 Distinguished Professor of Business. He teaches courses in strategic decision making, decision modeling and risk management, and statistics.[/reveal][reveal title=”Joe Malina” open=”false” color=”black”]Joe Malina has over 35 years of business, team building, management and leadership experience. He currently is Executive Vice President of Finance and Procurement for Alliance Beverage Distributing Company, a position Joe has held for over ten years. In this role, Joe leads all aspects of the company’s Treasury, Accounting, Purchasing, Business Analysis and Financial Planning functions. Prior to coming to Alliance Beverage, Joe held numerous financial leadership positions, of increasing responsibilities, in the high technology telecommunications industry. Joe, a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Financial Executives International, has a BS Degree in Accounting from Eastern Illinois University and a MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.
Joe is married to his wife Cathy for over 35 years. Cathy is a Kindergarten teacher in the Cave Creek Unified School District and holds a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Special Education. They have three adult children, Steve, Kevin and Jill; all recent graduates from the University of Arizona. The Malina’s love children and have a passion for education and mentoring, especially in the early development years. When their children were younger, Joe was very involved as a Cub Scout leader and coached numerous sports. Joe strongly believes every child deserves happiness, love and an opportunity to succeed. Growing and developing in a supportive, nurturing and positive environment facilitate this belief. All children need role models, encouragement, praise and access to proper resources throughout all aspects of their young lives.
[/reveal][reveal title=”Cecilia Ballasteros Rosales ” open=”false” color=”black”]Info to be added soon. [/reveal][reveal title=”Larry Farnsworth” open=”false” color=”black”]Info to be added soon. [/reveal][reveal title=”Richard Jones” open=”false” color=”black”]Info to be added soon. [/reveal]
Avnet Results has won MAC Achievement Awards for best “ internal communications and best internal training” Terry serves on the board of Parenting Arizona, a non-profit child abuse prevention agency, plays golf and music and resides in Tempe with his wife Rebecca and has one adult son, Jonathan.[/reveal][reveal title=”Lorenzo Sierra, ABC” open=”false” color=”black”]Lorenzo Sierra, ABC, is an award-winning, accredited regional marketing consultant for Humana – a Fortune 200 health insurance company.
At Humana, Lorenzo is a member of the Commercial Sales leadership team. There, he provides guidance and strategic advice on marketing and business development issues.
Currently, Lorenzo is a founding member of the new Business Marketing Association’s Phoenix chapter. He was recently appointed by Governor Janet Napolitano to serve on the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism. He also sits on the board of the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Lorenzo is a contributing author of The IABC Handbook of Organizational Communication: A Guide to Internal Communication, Public Relations, Marketing and Leadership.
Lorenzo was recently named one of the 10 most influential minorities in the Phoenix business community by the Phoenix Business Journal. He also made the Business Journal’s 2003 Forty Under 40 list.
Lorenzo is past president of IABC/Phoenix. The chapter was named International Chapter of the Year for the year he was president.
Lorenzo is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and a graduate of the Hispanic Leadership Institute Class 20.[/reveal][reveal title=”Patrick McAvoy” open=”false” color=”black”]Patrick McAvoy is founder and principal of Sierra, a strategic marketing and communications agency focused on the needs of technology-driven businesses looking to make and keep more money. A 1994 graduate of the University of Arizona, he is committed to using his experience as a strategist, communicator and organizer to help support our community. Over the last decade he has served as a church Elder and chaired its Communications Committee, founded and led a Cub Scout Pack of 40 boys, and has served as head and assistant youth sports coach.
He previously served as Chairman of the Arizona Technology Council’s Southwest Mergers & Acquisitions Conference in 1994, and has been a member of CPLC Parenting Arizona’s Advisory Board since April 2010.
Patrick is married with two grade-school age children and lives in Cave Creek, Arizona.[/reveal][reveal title=”Kelley L. Cathie, J.D.” open=”false” color=”black”]Kelley L. Cathie is an attorney with the Scottsdale law firm of Braun Siler Kruzel PC. Kelley focuses her legal practice on estate and business planning, probate and trust administration, and corporate and real estate transactions. Kelley is also very active both professionally and personally in her community. In addition to her work on the Parenting Arizona Advisory Board, Kelley dedicates her time to the State Bar of Arizona Real Estate Forms Editorial Committee, the Board of Directors for the Desert Peak Homeowners Association, the Wills for Heroes Program through the State Bar of Arizona and the Arizona Women Lawyers Association’s Gender Equity, Professional Development and Historical Committees. Kelley received her Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University College of Law (cum laude) in 2005 and her Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Arizona (cum laude) in 2002. Kelley was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, and currently resides in North Phoenix with her husband, Dennis, and two children, Samantha and Logan.
[/reveal][reveal title=”Jay Iole” open=”false” color=”black”]Info will be added soon.[/reveal][reveal title=”Nick Neubauer ” open=”false” color=”black”]Info to be added soon. [/reveal][reveal title=”Terry Loftus” open=”false” color=”black”]Info to be added soon. [/reveal]
Dr. Ruth Tan Lim has been extremely proactive in not only taking on volunteer leadership roles in community organizations such as Parenting Arizona, but additionally creating her own mission through establishing The Children Benefit Foundation in 1992. Dr. Lim’s Children’s Benefit Foundation organizes and funds programs to promote community non-violence. The Foundation is part of the international Peace Pole Project. They have planted peace poles at schools, churches, domestic violence shelters and even in front of Parenting Arizona offices in Phoenix and Tuba City. Each side of a Peace Pole shouts out May Peace Prevail on Earth in four different languages.
Dr. Lim has funded community based parenting education classes since 2009 in Maricopa County to promote healthy parenting among individuals raising children. The classes are consistently taught with evidence based materials that have been proven effective. The parent education classes can be life changing for the members as they learn positive and collaborative methods to best deal with their children and parents. Dr. Lim provides free medical services to Parenting Arizona’s clients residing in the Southeast Maricopa region throughout the year. This service is provided through Dr. Lim’s charitable organization, Children’s Benefit Foundation. This medical program benefits children from families of the working poor with no medical resources.[/reveal][reveal title=”Todd Smith, MBA” open=”false” color=”black”]Todd Smith is a Controller with Intel Finance responsible for manufacturing capital equipment procurement / contracting, and supplier ecosystem strategy development covering ~ $2.5B in annual spending. Since joining Intel in 2000, Todd has held various Finance positions supporting manufacturing and technology development. Prior to Intel, Todd held widely varied engineering and program management positions in the defense and auto industries. In total, Todd has accumulated 15+ years of financial and operational management experience. Todd holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arizona and an MBA with emphasis in Finance / Corporate Strategy from the University of Michigan. Todd and his wife Katrina (also a University of Arizona graduate) are the proud parents of three children: Clayton, Ella, and Eden.[/reveal][reveal title=”Bob Maguire” open=”false” color=”black”]Bob Maguire currently serves as an Applications Solutions Consultant with AT&T in the Premier Client Group. Prior to AT&T, Bob was a Regional Director for PAETEC Communications for two-and-a-half years and grew his region into one of the top producing regions within the organization. Bob was also President & CEO of Advanced Telemanagement Group Inc., (ATG), a company that he founded in January of 1995 and grew to a ten million dollar organization before selling the firm in 2008. He was one of twenty advisory board members for Qwest Communications in 2007 through 2008.
Bob earned a BA in communications and business from Manhattan College while playing varsity basketball on an athletic scholarship. He currently is in the Executive MBA program at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and was elected class president by his peers.
Bob is passionate about giving back and helping others. He has been involved in Junior Achievement and Make-A-Wish Foundation. He enjoys hiking, biking, time at the gym and relaxing with friends and family. Bob lives in north Scottsdale with his wife Cat and his daughter, Raquelle.
[/reveal][reveal title=”Kimothy Taylor, MBA” open=”false” color=”black”]Kimothy Taylor held the COO position for Encore Discovery Solutions from 2008 to 2011 where he successfully led Encore’s financial and operational turnarounds which eventually resulted in the sale of the company to Epiq Systems. Additionally he was responsible for the day-to-day management of Encore”s National Operations Center in Phoenix. He is a highly regarded litigation technology and operations specialist with over 20 years in the legal industry. In 1995, Kim co-founded the highly successful national full service litigation support company, Lex Solutio, which was acquired by Encore Discovery. Lex Solutio was appointed by the Court to manage the data for the Enron litigation, which remains the largest document-intensive case in litigation history. He holds a paralegal degree from Phoenix College, an ABA-approved program, and also earned a Bachelor”s Degree in liberal studies from Arizona State University, and is current enrolled at Arizona State University W.P. School of Business Executive MBA program.
[/reveal][reveal title=”Jayson Matthews” open=”false” color=”black”]Info to be added soon. [/reveal][reveal title=”Nick Vasquez ” open=”false” color=”black”]Info to be added soon. [/reveal]