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May 2018 Biz Ins

Violins of Hope receives grant Violins of Hope, a project of the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, was recently awarded a grant from the Newton and Betty Rosenzweig Fund for the Arts through the Arizona Community Foundation. The Rosenzweigs were ACF’s very first donors who made a planned gift to leave a legacy supporting the…

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Matthew Apfel: Finding justice across borders

Pictured above: Angelo Torrealba, left, and Matthew Apfel of Apfel and Associates. Matthew Apfel is an Arizona native who returned to set up his law practice in 2015 after practicing law in China and Washington, D.C. “My dad had his surgery practice here, and my grandparents started their business here, so it was important for…

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Biz Ins – April

Yana Krone joins Hebrew Free Loan Yana Krone has come on board at the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Tucson as the new community relations director. As a graduate from the Ohio State University, Yana started her career in nonprofits at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank in Columbus, Ohio. After moving to Tucson to work on her…

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Chick-In offers kosher dining at ASU

Chick-In will celebrate its one-year anniversary at the end of the month; and based on its online reviews, people cannot get enough of this Mediterranean-inspired, fresh, fast-food restaurant. Israeli owner Yariv Elazar says he had never operated a restaurant before but had “a lot of passion to eat.” So when the opportunity arose, he jumped…

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Biz Ins – March 2018

Urban Planner Alisse Caton joins Rose Law Group Rose Law Group is proud to announce Alisse Caton will be joining the Planning and Project Management Department as a planner. “We are very excited to announce Alisse Caton has joined our firm,” said Founder Jordan Rose. “Alisse brings an immense knowledge of land use planning to…

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Neal Cash: Behavioral Health Activist

Neal Cash is a realist about behavioral health. When Cenpatico Integrated Care rode into Tucson, he and Community Partners of Southern Arizona changed direction. The Centene Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, owns Cenpatico. For 18 years Neal served as CEO/president of CPSA. As a nonprofit community-based agency, which managed treatment of serious mental illness through…

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Biz Ins – January 2018

Janice Dinner elected to leadership term at JFCS The Board of Governors for Jewish Family & Children’s Service is pleased to announce that Janice Dinner has been elected to serve a three-year term. In this role, Janice will be collaborating with other members of the Board of Governors to carry out JFCS’ mission to strengthen…

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