Families Giving Back taps Brockway to further local reach

Families Giving Back, a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring and helping families with kids of all ages volunteer together, is pleased to announce Rachel Brockway, senior account executive at HMA Public Relations, is joining its board of directors.

Rachel Brockway

Rachel Brockway

In her role, Ms. Brockway will help further the mission of the nonprofit by providing expertise on public relations, digital communications and marketing outreach, according to a press release.

In addition, she will work to expand the more than 600 current volunteers and 24 annual family events that were hosted last year, the release states.

Ms. Brockway’s experience includes strategic media relations, digital communications, online content management, promotional marketing and creative writing. She is an active member of the Public Relations Society of America and is volunteering with the PRSA Phoenix Chapter’s Copper Anvil committee.

She is also an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University and Grand Canyon University.

“We are excited to have Rachel serve on our board,” said Lisa Geyser, co-founder and vice-president at Families Giving Back. “Her varied experience in public relations and social media will to be invaluable to our nonprofit organization.”

Ms. Brockway has a true passion for giving back. She is a graduate of Scottsdale Leadership Class 23, serves as a board member with the Anne Rita Monahan Foundation for Ovarian Cancer, is a member of the Scottsdale Unified School District Capital Override Oversight Committee and is a volunteer soccer coach with her son’s NYS team.

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