Lisa Glow, JD
CEOWith more than two decades experience in nonprofit leadership, Ms. Glow is a graduate of the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. Early in her career she practiced law with the international law firms of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, and Steptoe & Johnson. Working for former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano as a senior policy advisor and director of the Governor’s Office for Children, Youth and Families, she was able to see firsthand the needs of our citizens. Ms. Glow recently ran a consulting firm providing resources and sustainability solutions to nonprofits.
Roger Stage, PhD
COOAfter a 20-year career at Intel Corporation where he was the Factory Quality Manager at multiple technology development factories, Roger retired in 2016 and transitioned to serving the community through the non-profit sector. Originally from Nebraska, Roger has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Arizona State University. A former Peace Corps volunteer, community volunteer, and Treasurer of a Home Owners Association, Roger has been a consultant in the non-profit sector for five years focusing on data analytics in support of program evaluation. Prior to joining CASS, Roger was an Encore Fellow working as the Compliance Manager at Homeward Bound, a Phoenix non-profit serving the needs of homeless families with young children.
Mark Bustamante, CPA
Finance DirectorMark’s 20+ year career includes working in local government and for-profit entities. He is an armed services veteran, serving four years in the United States Air Force. Mark also worked for various departments at Maricopa County, most recently for the Human Services Department as the Financial Services Administrator. He works closely with CASS’ management and program teams to ensure financial compliance with our funding partners.
Director of Fund DevelopmentSara began her career in nonprofit nearly 15 years ago serving as a volunteer for various causes and heading up a charitable-giving program at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa. Through her volunteer efforts, she connected with a Phoenix-based children’s behavioral health agency, Youth Evaluation and Treatment Centers (YETC). She soon began spearheading their fundraising efforts. For nearly a decade she served as their Director of Community Development and Communications. In efforts to expand her experience and knowledge, she branched out into freelance and marketing roles that focused on project management, design, and digital marketing. Her passion for the nonprofit sector and making an impact in her community remained constant and led her to next chapter of her professional journey with Central Arizona and Shelter Services.
Mary Glennon, MSW
Single Adult Programs ManagerMary discovered a passion for ending homelessness while completing internships at two homeless shelters in Flagstaff, AZ, where she was pursuing Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Northern Arizona University. After graduating, she moved to Phoenix to complete a Master of Social Work degree from Arizona State University. She has worked at CASS since 2011 in a variety of roles at both Vista Colina and the Single Adult Shelter.
Kira Boothe, MA
Vista Colina Shelter & Children's Program DirectorKira has a long-time commitment to helping improve the lives of vulnerable children and their families. Joining CASS in 2014, Kira took her passion, skills and ability to assist our Vista Colina Family Shelter achieve its next level of growth and success. She was the driving force in the Vista Colina Child Development Center reaching its Five-Star Quality Rating from First Things First. This rating is given to only 6% of all childcare centers and the only temporary emergency family shelter in the state. She directs the shelter and child development center staff and manages the day-to-day aspects including overseeing all staff, budgets and program evaluation. Kira is a 2011 graduate of the Emergent Leaders Program. Her personal objective is to help create a world of possibility where everyone can realize his or her endless potential—which is apparent in her professional life at CASS.
BOARD of DIRECTORS
CHAIRMANPrincipal—Lewis Roca Rothberger Christie, LLP
De Wet Du Plooy
Ryan K. Harper
TREASURERRetired Director—State of Arizona
George EvansRetired, Community Volunteer
M. Joyce GeyserAttorney at Law—Retired
Berry Riddel, LLC
Samantha JacksonSenior Director
Downtown Phoenix Partnerships
Derrick JohnsonCo-Owner, Managing Partner
Community Hospice Group, LLC
Justin JohnsonChief Executive Officer
Old World Communities
James E. MorlanChief Executive Officer
Electric Supply, Inc.
Bryan Murphy, Esq.Attorney at Law
Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A.
Karl Obergh, PEPresident
Ritoch-Powell & Associates
House of MiAsia
John R. RiversHospital Administrator, Retired
Arizona Hospital Association
Christa Severns Communications
Sister Noreen Sharp, OPRetired—Catholic Diocese of Phoenix
Colin W. ShipleyDirector of Public Affairs
Chief of Staff
Council Member Kate Gallego
Phoenix City Hall
Dean Douglas SylvesterDean
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Arizona State University
Director of Charities
Glendale Chapter, Local 493
Glendale Fire Department
Central Arizona Shelter Services
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