Barbara Gould elected 2016 president of Free Arts board

Barbara Gould of Point B has been elected president of the Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona Board of Directors.

Barbara Gould

Barbara Gould

Ms. Gould will be joined on the executive committee by Elizabeth Shabaker, Versant Capital Management, president-elect and vice president, development; Ashley Donovan, Alongi & Donovan Law, PLLC, vice president, program; Robert Denning, Banner Health, vice president, board governance; Maria Moreno, The Northern Trust Co., treasurer; and Pat Temple, Salt River Project, immediate past president.

Members of the Free Arts Board include: Heather Bisetti, Think Art Gallery; Cathy Graham, Desert Schools Federal Credit Union; Karen Grande, Estate Management; Susan Henderson, Arizona Business Bank; Adam J. Michael, Arizona Public Service; Isaac Moya, Republic Media; Coree Neumeyer, Bryan Cave, LLP; Tracy Ouellette, Avnet; Megan Nordquest Schwallie, LCSW, therapist; Casey Seeger, UMB Bank; Susan Sheen, TSYS; Diane Vanderburg, Edward Jones; and Amber Wayne, Nationwide Insurance Company.

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Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona is the only nonprofit in Maricopa County Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona heals homeless and abused children through artistic expression.

Free Arts programs include elements that promote safety, self-expression and a sense of belonging.  All Free Arts programs are delivered by volunteers and artists.

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