For 20+ years, Marc Blonstein’s practice has focused on all aspects of real estate and business transactions. Marc is a member of the Arizona and New Mexico bar and is a Member of Berens Blonstein PLC, a boutique business and real estate law firm. Professionally, Marc was the former President of the Business Section of the State Bar of Arizona and former Member of Board of Directors of Real Property Section of the State Bar of Arizona. Since 2009, Marc has been selected one of the “Southwest Superlawyers” and since 2010 has been selected as one of “Arizona’s Finest Lawyers.” Marc is “AV Rated” by Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest rating available.
Marc remains very involved in the community, as well. Marc currently serves: (i) on the Board of Directors for Scottsdale Leadership, (ii) on the Fiesta Bowl Committee, and has chaired the National Anthem Subcommittee for the last 3 years, (iii) as Treasurer and as a member of the Board of Directors for the Industrial Development Authority for City of Scottsdale, and (iv) on the Board of Directors for Sustainable Seniors. Marc is a frequent volunteer for the Granite Reef Senior Center.
As a long-standing member of Meeting Planners International (MPI), Debbie Brass was recently awarded their annual Achievement of Excellence honor. Debbie has been in the events and fundraising business for over 15 years and Business Journal recently voted her one of Top 25 Event Planners in Arizona. She is also active in the local community, volunteering her expertise and boundless energy to fundraisers for non-profit organizations such as the Walk for Autism Fundraiser; Make a Wish, Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona and The Sojourner Center. Debbie also donates her time to the Meals on Wheels program for the Agency for the Aging in Scottsdale and volunteers at Scottsdale Center for the Arts. She is very excited to be on the board of Sustainable Seniors.
Juliana Murphy Campbell is a Scottsdale native and graduated from Coronado High School. She attended the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, returning to Scottsdale where she raised six children who graduated from Coronado and Saguaro high schools. Her youngest daughter, Candy, recently graduated from ASU and she also serves on the board of the Foundation. Juliana has worked with several charitable Valley organizations over the years including Interfaith Cooperative Ministry and Habitat for Humanity.
Juliana’s professional life has focused primarily on communications project management and print publications, holding such positions as executive editor of Latin American Art magazine, managing editor for New Product Sightings trade publications, and communications consultant for Motorola, Freescale Semiconductor, Aventis Pharmaceuticals and other corporate entities. She was Director of Operations for MC Event Services, and for the past six years has been editor/publisher for Innovations in Nursing and Health, a publication of Arizona State University. Juliana is excited about the work being done by the Foundation.
Candy Campbell is a recent Arizona State University graduate focusing on Humanitarian Aid Relief. Candy has worked for the City of Scottsdale at the Granite Reef Senior Center and many other philanthropic organizations including; Crisis Nursery, Adult Mental Rehabilitation Centers, Scottsdale Boys and Girls Club, Valley of the Sun Cheer and Dance Competitions and the Make-a-Wish foundation. Scottsdale Honors Cotillion and Arizona State University Chi Omega Women’s Fraternity has also helped to shape Candy and her role in non-profit work.
Michael Alan Herzog currently serves as President of the Board. Michael is a SaaS B2B software and web marketing consultant. Michael has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Arizona State University.
Bill Pillow is a Vietnam Veteran who worked for the Scottsdale Public Library for 27 years, primarily serving as the Manager of the Civic Center Library. He retired in 2004 and has continued to volunteer at the Library. He also volunteers at the Granite Reef Senior Center with the Brown Bag program to provide food for needy seniors. He spends much time with fundraising for the Kiwanis Club of Scottsdale McCormick and the charities the Club supports.
Sandi Nelson, founder of Creative Consulting, has a proven record of excellence in providing training, sales, merchandising and promotional assistance to Fortune 500 companies. Her exceptional career encompasses trainer, marketer, motivational speaker and fund-raiser including golf tournaments and other celebrity special events. She is an award winning executive coach for senior leaders and leadership teams. Sandi is passionate about supporting Sustainable Seniors and is focused on helping to ensure that all seniors enjoy the quality of life they deserve during their golden years.