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                                                                      Welcome to the Southwest Chapter!  We serve Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico 

                                                                 

                                                                                            

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Staff Contacts:


Meredith Gass

Executive Director

mgass@ccfa.org 


Charlie Weiss

Interim Executive Director - Las Vegas

cweiss@ccfa.org


Rachel Zerull

Interim Walk Manager

rzerulltemp@ccfa.org


Emily Curtis

Regional Education and Support Manager

ecurtis@ccfa.org


Gina Klosterman

Development Assistant

gklosterman@ccfa.org



Arizona/New Mexico Contact Information

4647 N 32nd Street, Suite B-100

Phoenix, AZ  85018

Phone: (602) 734-1392

Fax: (602) 522-2232

southwest@ccfa.org


Nevada Contact Information:

615 S. 7th Street

Las Vegas, NV  89101

Phone: (602) 734-1392



CCFA Southwest Chapter Board of Trustees - Phoenix

  • Gary Silber, M.D., Phoenix Children's Hospital
  • Lisa Jackson, Whitman & Jackson
  • Trish Gainer, Honeywell
  • Blake Andersson, Image Awareness
  • Michael Shapiro, M.D. 
  • Heather Christiansen
  • Gianna Negretti, Alliance Residential
  • Shannon Groppenbacher, Johnson&Johnson 
  • Neil Rao, Merrill Lynch 


Board of Trustees  - Nevada

  • Jack Stilwell, Consultant - Board President
  • Scott Allswang, President, Elite Insurance
  • Dr. Howard Baron, M.D., PGNA
  • Ed Bernstein, President, Ed Bernstein and Associates
  • Dawn Blum
  • Scott Crisci, VP of Business Development, Crisci Builders
  • Robyn Doroshow, President, Doroshow Insurance
  • Ronnie Grower, President, Silver Apple Consulting
  • Brandon Saliba, Senior Vice President, U.S. Bank
  • Dr. Christopher Stone, M.D., University of Nevada School of Medicine
  • Brent Carnduff, Realtor, Keller Williams



                  


CCFA Vision

A future free from Crohn's & colitis

CCFA Mission

To cure and prevent Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases