Board of Directors

George Long
Ross Property Advisors

Kim Heredia
Kids at Hope
Secretary Pro Temp

Dr. Ron Richards
Leadership 360 LLC

Rick Miller – Ex Officio
Kids at Hope
Founder and Chief Treasure Hunter

Dr. Teryl ann Rosch – Ex Officio
Kids at Hope

Brian Blakley

Molly Cardinet
Vice President of Sales Management (retired)
Pacific Advisors

Walter Cardinet
General Agent (retired)
Pacific Advisors

Antwone Fisher
Film & Literary Writer

Steven M. Fox
Attorney at Law
Buchalter Nemer

Ben Graff
Founding Owner
Aday Graff, PC

Chris Ketterer
Deputy Chief, Public Affairs & Community Involvement
Phoenix Fire Department

Joel Levinson
ExpandingStar, Inc.

Stacie Mallen
Speaker, Author, Blogger

Christine Malloy
Director of Women & Children’s Programs
Mission Children’s Hospital

Rob Owen
Lecturer –  Dept. of Management Information Systems
Eller College of Management – University of Arizona

Renee Rainey Sullivan
Director of Strategic Alliances

Joe Richardson
Gammage & Burnham PLC

Dr. Ruth Rimmer
President & CEO
Care Plans for Life, LLC

Pat Sculley
The Exercise Coach

Dr. Mark S. Searle
Executive Vice President/University Provost
Arizona State University

Chris Suiter
Independent Management Consultant

Dr. Paul Tighe
Saddle Mountain Unified School District

Daniel Tyre

Ronald L. Willingham
LifeScript Learning


Rick Miller
Founder, Kids at Hope National

Dr. Teryl ann Rosch
President, Kids at Hope National

Wally Endicott
Executive Director, Kids at Hope NW Region

Kim Heredia
Director of Administration, Kids at Hope National

Kenna Hough
Executive Director of Training and Programs , Arizona

Bambi Sigg
Program Assistant, Kids at Hope National

Carlesa Finney
Regional Senior Consultant, Kids at Hope Mid Atlantic Region


The motto of Kids at Hope is ‘All Children are Capable of Success, No Exceptions!’ It is essential that community-based agencies strive to live by that bold imperative. But to really believe that and create programming that suggests we believe it, we have to check in with ourselves and view kids a bit differently.
Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed, FAAPfrom his book Building Resilience in Children and Teens (giving kids roots and wings)