About Us

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale serves 20,000 plus youth at nine Club locations within Scottsdale, North Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Mesa, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and the Hualapai Nation. Inside our doors, youth development professionals and mentors provide guidance, support and encouragement in a safe environment to create an optimal Club experience. Our outcome-based programming assures that success is within reach for all kids and teens, no matter their circumstances.

What Makes Us Different
Our staff is comprised of dedicated career professionals trained in helping youth learn, grow and achieve. We work to make sure every program delivers a value-based experience that will have lifelong impact on the youth we serve each and every day. Our programs have helped us earn national recognition for excellence, and we’re always looking for new and innovative ways to make the impact of the Boys & Girls Club experience last a lifetime.

our leadership

Board of Governors

Executive Committee

  • Chairperson – Mark Bosco, Tiffany & Bosco
  • Chairperson, Foundation – Mark Letendre, MLB
  • Vice Chairperson of Resources – Janet Caldarelli, Creative Event Solutions, LLC
  • Vice Chairperson of External
  • Vice Chairperson of Internal – Clark Peterson, Vonage
  • Secretary – David Cohen, Encanta Homes
  • Treasurer – Todd Jones, First Tennessee


  • Michael Baer, Sunland Asphalt
  • Paul Baker, REMAX Fine Properties
  • Steven Beeghley, SacksTierney, PA
  • Lisa Bentley, McCarthy Nordburg
  • Jane Blacker, Russ Lyon/Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Kevin Bollinger, Bollinger Consulting Architects
  • Barry Chasse, Chasse Building Team
  • Dr. Bertram Feingold, Community Volunteer
  • Danielle Ford, The Surety Place
  • Donn Frye, Prestige Cleaners
  • Frank Gorman, UMB
  • Marianne Guenther, BIG YAM, The Parsons Agency
  • Mark Hiegel, Community Volunteer
  • Nick Kolesar, U.S. Tust
  • Daniel Krause, Fender Musical Instruments
  • William Lichtsinn, Vestar
  • Tom Lombardi, ADP
  • David Lorsch, DC Genius, Inc.
  • Jeff Marshall, Ategrity Specialty Holdings, LLC
  • Luke Mattila, UnitedHealthCare
  • Deven Mohnsam, MidFirst Bank
  • RJ Muller, Cox Communications
  • Elaina Fay Osife, SRPMIC Environmentalist
  • Kelly Patton, Arizona Public Service (APS)
  • Traci Poulsen, UPS
  • Stacey Richman, Richman Media Group
  • Robert Rife, Broadband Dynamics
  • Jim Riggs, Platinum Advisors
  • Mike Roland, Voya Investment Management
  • Robert Schreyer, Supreme Lending
  • Marc Schultz, Snell & Wilmer, LLP
  • Carol Sheehan-Mathis, Nationwide Insurance E&S
  • Saylor Sims, Grant Thorton, LLP
  • Peter Stesiak, Community Volunteer
  • Dr. Sam Swainhart, DMD MBA, Carefree Smile
  • Allen Thompson, Scarizona
  • Daniel Thompson, First Western Trust Bank
  • David Tibbetts, Charles Schwab
  • Jeff VanDrie, Community Volunteer
  • Robert Winter, U.S. Bank Home Mortgage

Committee Chairs

  • Tom Lombardi, HR Chair
  • David Tibbetts, Governance Chair
  • Tom Lombardi, Marketing Chair
  • Stacey Richman, Stewardship Chair
  • Mike Roland, Finance Chair
  • Frank Gorman, Audit Chair
  • Allen Thompson, Strategic Planning Chair
  • Marianne Guenther & Janet Caldarelli, Celebrate Youth at Blue Door Ball Co-Chairs
  • Steven Beeghley & Luke Matilla, Annual Campaign & Tax Credit Chair

At Large Governor

  • Rick Baker, First Fidelity Bank

Executive team

  • Robyn Julien, President & CEO
  • Curt McReynolds, Chief Operations Officer
  • Karen Bisko, Chief Development Officer
  • Malcolm High, Chief Financial Officer
  • Tamara Littlesalt, Vice President, Native Services

Development & Marketing

  • Erin Lovell, Grants Director
  • Katie Blanchard, Events Director
  • Eileen Wilson, Director of Philanthropy
  • Eric Bruce, Raiser’s Edge Data Specialist
  • Audra Holt, Marketing Director
  • Maggie DeBruin, Marketing & Public Relations Specialist

Finance & Administration


  • Strategic Liaison to the CEO & Board


  • Joan Segin, Controller
  • Vicki Shetterly, Accounting Coordinator

Operations and Human Resources


  • Kellie Schneider, Director of Human Resources

  • Michael Darland, Facilities Director
  • Joe Jeziorski, Maintenance Supervisor

  • Cathy Cabezas – Director, Virginia G. Piper Branch
  • Lauren Stratton  – Director, Mary Ellen & Robert McKee Branch
  • Liz Byrne – Director, The Thunderbirds Branch
  • Amelia Walema – Director, Peach Springs Branch
  • Marybell Ramirez-Deeds – Director, Scottsdale Charros Branch
  • Caitlin Sageng – Director, Vestar Branch
  • Myles Harper – Director, Hartley & Ruth Barker Branch
  • Beethoven Felix – Senior Director of Teen Services, Barker Branch
  • Lyndal Pleasant – Director of Arts Programming, Barker Branch
  • John-Paul Saspe – Supervisor, Lehi Branch
  • Melissa Bronston – Supervisor, Red Mountain Branch
  • Annual Reports

    our beginnings

    Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale was established in 1954 serving 282 youth in order to keep them productive and safe during critical non-school hours. Since then, our organization has added, built and expanded Clubs, served thousands upon thousands of more children and teens, and expanded our reach to communities across the Northeast Valley and in Indian Country. Today, thousands of youth call our Greater Scottsdale community home. In over 60 years, our commitment to providing quality opportunities for youth has never wavered.Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

    Boys & Girls Clubs of America had its beginnings in 1860 with three women in Hartford, Conn. believing that boys who roamed the streets should have a positive alternative, they organized the first Club. A cause was born. Today, Boys & Girls Clubs annually serve nearly 4 million youth through membership and community outreach, in some 4,000 Club locations throughout the country. 

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