Board Members


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Board Members

Executive Committee

President Josh Groch

Place of employment: Realtor with RE/MAX Results

Favorite thing is about Parent Aid: True non-profit focused on helping children.  Every child deserves a good life growing up.

SecretaryJackie Atkins

Place of employment: Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

Favorite thing is about Parent Aid: The fact that it is impacting Pima County’s future


TreasurerErnie Huber

Place of employment: Currently retired & last worked for Retalix, USA

Favorite thing is about Parent Aid: Working with the excellent people on the PA Staff and Board of Directors to make a difference to families in the area.


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mmediate Past PresidentMary Keysor

Place of employment: AssuredPartners

Favorite thing is about Parent Aid: Besides the mission?  The people….staff, fellow board members, families, and of course, the Executive Director!

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Board of Directors

Berti Brodsky

Place of Employment: The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona; Jewish Post

Favorite thing about Parent Aid: That it is available to families at no charge, and offers invaluable information to guide parents in child rearing. I wish that I knew about it when my kids were little!


John Burkholder

Place of employment: Pima County Adult Probation

Favorite thing is about Parent Aid: My favorite thing about Parent Aid is that it is prevention focused with a goal of strengthening families and reducing child abuse and neglect before families are involved with the Department of Child Safety.

Rosy Pedroza-Hayes

Place of employment: Graduate Student, MBA

Favorite thing is about Parent Aid: Is that it takes a proactive approach to child abuse prevention.

David Payne

Place of employment:  Mutual of Omaha Bank

Favorite thing is about Parent Aid: The ability to effect change and make a difference in the lives of children and their parents together.  Our mission to educate and create a better environment for the future generation.  Together the board, the staff and our generous investors are taking the steps to ensure the social contract is fulfilled in the Tucson community.