Scottsdale resident named to Educare Arizona Board of Directors

The Educare Arizona Board of Directors has appointed two new members: Leela Brennan and Mitch Moore.

Leela Brennan

Leela Brennan

Ms. Brennan, an experienced communications professional, has had the opportunity to partner with some well-known brands and personalities, including GoDaddy and GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons.

She is currently director of marketing and communications for Parsons Xtreme Golf.  Ms. Brennan holds a bachelor’s degree from Goucher College and a master’s degree from City University of London.

She resides in Scottsdale with her husband and their son.

Mitchell Moore, a current member of Score Finance, LLC, has years of experience in fiscal management and leadership for Arizona organizations.

Mitchell Moore

Mitchell Moore

He serves several civic organizations including as a Fellow of The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership, Suns Charities 88, Mesa Leadership Training and Development, and the East Valley Partnership.

In addition to Mr. Moore’s professional experience he brings a true passion for youth education and dedication for improving Arizona.

John Scola, CEO of Educare Arizona stated “We are privileged to welcome Leela and Mitch to the Educare Board of Directors.  They each bring a unique and critical perspective to the work of Educare, and they will complement our current directors extremely well.  Together, we will change the conversation about early childhood education in our state.”

A 501(c) (3) charitable organization, Educare Arizona is part of a national network of Educare schools that is changing the life trajectories of thousands of children growing up in families facing the greatest obstacles to success and changing the way America thinks about early education.

Educare Arizona is made possible with the public/private support of founding partners: Balsz Elementary School District, Buffett Early Childhood Fund, Ibis Foundation of Arizona, Southwest Human Development, The Steve Nash Foundation, Whiteman Foundation and other local and national foundations.

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