Board Members

CAC2 Board Members, 2017-18

Please email the board with any questions or concerns at [email protected].  You can reach specific Board Members on the links below.

Vickie Buenger, President
Independent Advocate

Trish Kriger, Vice President and Membership Lead
Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation

Steve Pessagno, Treasurer and Finance Lead
Independent Advocate

Lisa Towry, Secretary and ICRP Lead
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Joy Cruse, CAC2 Meetings Co-Lead
TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation

Ginger Diamond, CAC2 Meetings Co-Lead
Childhood Cancer Awareness Group of Coffee County

Angie Giallourakis, Family Support Group Liaison
Steven G. AYA Cancer Research Fund

Jess Kean, Communication Lead and Advocacy Group Liaison
Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy

Donna Ludwinski, Speaker and Professional Meetings Liaison
Solving Kids’ Cancer

Kyle Matthews, Technology Lead
Beat NB

Tom Pilko, Nominating Committee Lead
Independent Advocate

Julie Sutherland, Marketing and Materials Lead
Make Some Noise: Cure Kids Cancer Foundation

Tony Stoddard, Awareness Group Liaison
Sophia’s Fund

2 Comments

  1. Faith Cooley

    Hello, I came across your organization while searching for grants. I wanted to introduce you to the ladybughouse.org As a nonprofit, the goal of Ladybug House is to build and operate a freestanding community-based End of Life and Palliative Care Home for Children in the Seattle area. We will offer free end-of-life care to children and young adults with life-limiting illnesses and family respite for rest and renewal from the daily demands of caring for a very ill child. We are raising money to purchase our property. Would you folks be interested in helping us?

    1. vbuenger

      Faith,
      Thank you for your message about Ladybughouse.org. We are familiar with the great work being done by this organization and commend it. Our organizations is a membership organization and doesn’t provide support for even very worthy projects like this one. It is possible that our member organizations would consider doing so.

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