Executive Director

Dan Moxley

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Program Director

Grant Turnage

Grant was born and raised in Southern California. After serving in the Marine Corps, he moved to Tucson to attend the University of Arizona where he earned a BA in History. He has always been interested in the Nonprofit Sector and jumped at the chance to join the Diaper Bank when he learned about the open Program Manager position. When he’s not at work, Grant loves spending time with his wife/best friend. On the weekends, if the weather is permitting, they can usually be found hiking somewhere in the local mountains.

Warehouse Manager

Leslie Pike

Originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Leslie fell in love with Arizona while visiting here in 1979. A year later she moved to Tucson, where she has raised her family and enjoyed the vast skies and beauty of the desert landscape. Leslie brings a deep appreciation for the Tucson community, and has been involved in non-profit work throughout the years, as a volunteer in her neighborhood Community Justice Program, Zuni Ave. Community Garden, Corbett Youth Employment Program, and the director of Girls with Tools carpentry workshop. With 10 years warehouse experience, Leslie is enthusiastic about combining her skills with the Diaper Bank’s mission to meet the needs of families in Southern Arizona.

2016-2017 Diaper Bank Board of Directors

Craig High, President

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Michael Murphy, Vice President

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Hannah Trave, Treasurer

Hannah was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. She moved out of Arizona to live with her family in northern Spain but eventually made her way back to Tucson by way of Iowa and Oregon in 2008. She attended the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona where she received her BS in Accounting. Hannah works as the office manager for the Khalidi Law Firm. In her spare time she loves to read, cook, and spend time with her family.

Becca King, Secretary

Becca King has lived in Tucson for the last 16 years and prior to that lived in several states throughout the country while her father was in the Navy. She is a University of Arizona alumna who graduated with her Master’s in Public Administration in December 2013, with a concentration in non-profit management. Becca is the Director of Human Resources for HOPE, Inc., another local non-profit specializing in behavioral health services. She loves working for her community and is excited to have joined the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona. She also enjoys reading as well as spending time with family. She is married and has two kids along with two dogs, and two cats.

Karen Lou Kennedy-Evans, RN, FNP, APRN-BC

Karen Lou Kennedy-Evans is the President of KL Kennedy, LLC, providing consultant services for skin and wound care management for Long Term Care, Home Health, Industry, and Private Practice.  She is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Geriatric Nurse, Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, and Registered Nurse experienced in nursing management, administration, clinical research, quality control and infection control for nursing care facilities.  Ms. Kennedy-Evans conducts seminars and classes aimed at assisting healthcare professionals nationally and internationally in the provision of quality assessment, wound, and skin care of the geriatric patient.  She is also the author, co-author, and contributing author on more than 40 books, publications, and articles in the fields of wound, geriatric skin care, and incontinence.  Her other passion is photography.  Her photos and slides have been featured in numerous professional medical and health journals, presentations, and DVDs.

She is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine and School of Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner and the Saint Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Erin Schmidt

Erin Schmidt moved to Tucson from New York in 2002 to attend the University of Arizona where she majored in Journalism. She recently joined the EdLeader21 team as the Events and Marketing Coordinator. Erin places a high value on volunteerism and community involvement. She is a licensed foster parent and an animal advocate, she and her husband have fostered more than 375 puppies and adult dogs since moving to Tucson. Erin is a 2009 graduate of Greater Tucson Leadership. Her interest in the Diaper Bank was sparked after she held her own Diaper Drive in 2013. She is proud to serve on the Board and work with this amazing organization that is vital to the health of the region.

Holly Tripp

Holly Tripp is not a native Tucsonan however, she claims semi-native status having lived in the Old Pueblo since the mid 1970’s originating from Ohio. Holly earned a BS in Education from the University of Cincinnati and taught elementary and preschool in various locations for five years. After teaching she made a career change to the insurance industry and retired after 30 years as a claims representative. Holly served on the Board of Directors for the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, served as House Corporation President, is a Past Matron and continues to serve two chapters Arizona #2 and Saguaro #48 of the Order of the Eastern Star. Holly enjoys volunteering for non profits, traveling with her husband and spoiling her grandchildren.

Ron Kline, MD

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Melina McKenna

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Deborah Carr

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Kelly Gudenkauf

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Johanna R. O’Dell

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Fabian Esteban Pacheco

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Sumi M. Rowe

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E. Hardy Smith

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