Treasure House welcomes Robin Reed, John Fevurly and Allison Dozbaba

Treasure House, a residential community for young adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities, is pleased to announce three new additions to its Board of Directors. 

The community, founded by former NFL Quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner and his wife Brenda, welcome Robin Reed, John Fevurly and Allison Dozbaba to its board, where they’ll utilize their talents, influence and connections within the surrounding community to help further the mission of Treasure House. 

Reed serves as the President and CEO of Black Chamber of Arizona, the President of Occam Sustainability Partners, and as a Principal and Partner with Emfluent, a corporate coaching and consulting company. Fevurly is the Director of National Accounts at Merck & Co., Inc., and has a 33-year history in sales and marketing. Dozbaba is a Tax Partner with Wallace Plese + Dreher, has 15 years of combined industry and public accounting experience, and provides comprehensive tax planning and consulting.  

“We are very pleased to welcome these talented business leaders to the Board of Directors of Treasure House,” said Lauri Tanner, Treasure House Chief Executive Officer. “Robin, John and Allison each offer a unique and valuable skillset that will help guide Treasure House as we continue to serve the young adults in our care and plan for our future growth.” 

Treasure House is a supportive living community for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. A strong emphasis on independence, respect, and community integration provides an optimal environment for residents to live, work, and enjoy recreational activities while being part of a larger family. 

Treasure House gives residents an opportunity to gain independence through living in their own apartments while still maintaining access to assistance when needed. The residence serves individuals in their 20s and 30s who no longer receive federally mandated educational services and wish to build productive, meaningful and connected lives. 

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Isagenix announces new chief information officer

Based on his exceptional work as interim chief information officer, Isagenix International has named Gary Gallant as its permanent CIO. In this executive leadership team role, Gallant establishes and executes the global health and wellness company’s technology vision, ensuring Isagenix can provide a smooth shopping experience for customers and digital tools that help independent distributors run their businesses. 

Gallant, who has more than 25 years of executive experience, had served in the interim CIO position since September. During that time, he developed, led, and strategically implemented several key IT initiatives, including enhancing e-commerce efforts and the payment consolidation process as well as launching Salesforce Service Cloud, a customer service software solution. 

“Thanks to Gary’s vast knowledge of the IT industry, Isagenix has streamlined and improved the customer experience so we can best help customers reach — and sometimes surpass — their health and wellness goals,” said Isagenix Chief Executive Officer Travis Ogden. “Our executive leadership team is thrilled to have him on board as the company continues its digital evolution.” 

Gallant said he’s enjoyed being part of the leadership team and immersing himself in the Isagenix culture.

“Everyone I talk to here is passionate about the company, and their excitement is contagious,” he said. “I’ve become a ‘product of the product.’ The transformation I’ve experienced from using Isagenix has deepened my belief in this business. I look forward to helping people around the world make healthy changes that not only improve their lives but also inspire others to follow in their footsteps.”

Angela Palmer named Northern Arizona Regional Director for Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits

The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, the only advocacy and resource association for nonprofits statewide, has expanded its operational footprint to provide more programming, resources and connections to Northern Arizona and announces the appointment of Angela Palmer as Regional Director.

“Angela brings significant and valuable experience to this new position that will enable her to hit the ground running to extend our operations and our reach in Northern Arizona,” said Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Chief Executive Officer Kristen Merrifield.  “Her knowledge and familiarity of Northern Arizona will be a tremendous asset in her work.”

Palmer has worked as a self-employed marketing and community-building specialist for nonprofit organizations, most recently in the Verde Valley. She initially moved to Northern Arizona as Gallery Director of Kuivato Creative Gateways Gallery and Creative Gateways in Sedona, where she grew a community of artists and improved the operational efficiency of the organization. 

Before moving to the Verde Valley area, Palmer lead arts organizations marketing teams at The Phoenix Symphony and Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from New York University, a Master’s Degree in mathematics secondary education from Columbia University, and a Master’s of Business Administration with a focus on global management from Thunderbird School of Global Management.

The expansion of services is made possible by a grant from the Satterberg Foundation.

“The Satterberg Foundation envisions a world in balance with vibrant communities in which all people enjoy the opportunity to grow and thrive. The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits is an important and trusted leader in the state of Arizona with over 15 years of experience providing resources and advocating for the nonprofit sector,” said Satterberg Foundation Executive Director Sarah Walczyk.  “By partnering with the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, together we are creating a more just society and sustainable environment by investing, building capacity and responding to the emerging needs of the sector.”

Among programs that will be available in Flagstaff and Northern Arizona are advocacy roundtables; a first-ever Northern Arizona Nonprofit Summit; as well as educational, networking and information-sharing events; Business on Board, a program that prepares professionals and community members for participation on nonprofit boards of directors and offers a refresher course for current board members and organization leaders, will continue being offered in Northern Arizona. For information visit

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