Photo: Robin Glicksman, Isaac Rothschild and Melissa Zimmerman, Photo courtesy Unique Photography.
Robin Glicksman, DBH, LMSW, chief clinical officer at Escalera Health, Isaac Rothschild, a managing partner at Mesch Clark Rothschild and Melissa Zimmerman, LMSW, CCTP, BHP, vice president of clinical services at Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona, are among those honored recently as “40 Under 40.”
The annual 40 Under 40 awards program is sponsored by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Arizona Daily Star.
Robin is a doctor of behavioral health and is the chief clinical officer at Escalera Health, offering psychiatry, therapy and primary care. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona and her master’s in social work from Arizona State University. Robin brings her combination of a management perspective and clinical approaches for chronic conditions, preventative care and clinical operations. Robin’s administrative background includes implementing, developing, and overseeing programs for both integrated outpatient and inpatient clinics for adults and children. Robin oversees clinical operations including developing and implementing policies and procedures, state health department licensing, compliance, quality management, and strategic planning. Most recently, along with her clinical management team, her group developed a COVID -19 testing tent, testing over 8,000 individuals in Phoenix and Tucson since March. They also developed a mobile testing team, traveling throughout the state to test large employer groups.
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Isaac Rothschild is a managing partner at Mesch Clark Rothschild. He successfully helped businesses negotiate the bankruptcy process and negotiated multiple sales of on-going businesses. Isaac served as president of the Tucson Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and served on the executive committee for the Bankruptcy Section of the State Bar and the Local Rules Committee for the Bankruptcy Court. He currently serves as a Ninth Circuit Lawyer Representative. He chaired the board of directors for the Tucson JCC and Arts for All and also as chair for subcommittees at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. He is a founding member of the Tucson Jazz Festival. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in the area of bankruptcy. He has been recognized as a Top Pro Bono Attorney in the State and as the Pro Bono Attorney of the Month by Southern Arizona Legal Aid. buy clomid online
Melissa Zimmerman is the vice president of clinical services for Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona. In this role, she provides leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of all clinical programs, which provide crucial therapeutic support to individuals and families throughout Southern Arizona. In addition, she provides training in the community on topics such as suicide prevention and compassion fatigue. A licensed clinician who is passionate about trauma-informed care, Melissa is a Certified Clinical
Trauma Professional and a member of the Southern Arizona Trauma Informed Network. She also enjoys working with MSW interns and is a certified field instructor through Arizona State University. Melissa earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Arizona, graduating summa cum laude. She completed her Master of Social Work degree at the University of Denver. In her spare time, Melissa loves watching University of Arizona women’s and men’s basketball with her husband, David, and their rescued pit bull, Rupert. buy cozaar online
Click here for a complete list of the winners for 2020.