about a new leaf
creating impact in your local community
A New Leaf is dedicated to solving the most pressing challenges facing our community. From homelessness, to domestic violence, to poverty and more, we believe in giving people the resources they need to help themselves. See more about how we serve your community below:
life-changing services to address urgent community needs
Since 1971, A New Leaf has provided assistance to those most in need in our community, helping families, children, and adults overcome the challenges they face.
Communities are made stronger when families are safe, have a secure home, are able to provide for themselves and their children, and are ultimately given a chance to make a brighter future for themselves.
By offering these compassionate services, we help households move from crisis to stability, making our community a better place to live.
24,343 lives were changed in 2022!
people recovered from homelessness
people improved their mental health
people escaped domestic violence and abuse
families received support services
people improved their finances
foster families were forever changed
people improved their education
changing lives in our local community
A New Leaf is dedicated to helping families, children, and adults in our community facing challenges of all kinds.
Whether it be the loss of a job, a medical crisis, domestic violence, homelessness, or another heartbreaking crisis, A New Leaf is here to help households recover and thrive.
With a rich ecosystem of services, A New Leaf provides a comprehensive foundation for families and individuals who fall on hard times or are looking to get ahead.
a new leaf board
|CHAIR: William Scott
Retired – Honeywell
|VICE CHAIR: Tyler M. Abrahams
Attorney – Broening Oberg Woods & Wilson
|TREASURER: Carolyn Iacobelli
Partner – PricewaterhouseCoopers
|FORMER CHAIR: Deborah Smith
President – Broadcast Rentals
Retired Owner – Bennett Property Management
Business Owner – Bennett Property Management
Sr. Vice President, FineMark National Bank & Trust
SVP Commercial Banker III – AZ Bank & Trust
Sr. Marketing Strategist – SRP
|Elizabeth Anne Hill
Campaign Marketing – Adobe, Inc.
Executive Vice President – East Valley Partnership
|Betty S. Lynch
AVP of Middle Market National Underwriting – Nationwide
|Kara J. McNamara
Vice President of Innovation – Corporate Interior Systems
Head of Global Business Service – Versum Materials, a subsidiary of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Attorney – Udall Shumway P.L.C.
Senior Business Banker VP – Bank of America
CPA – Skinner Clouse Group
Retired – CAAFA
Director of Public Outreach – Maricopa Community College
Retired – UPS
Political Involvement Committee Administrator – Salt River Project
a new leaf foundation
|FOUNDATION CHAIR: Barbara Bennett
|VICE CHAIR: Mark Schnepf
Owner, Schnepf Farms
|TREASURER/SECRETARY: Craig Kuhse
|LEAF BOARD CHAIR: William Scott
Retired, Arizona School Administrators
Attorney, The Godi Group
Attorney, Gammage & Burnham P.L.C.
|CHAIR: Amy Trethaway
|SECRETARY/TREASURER: Sherrie Echarte
Credentialing Specialist, Cenpatico
East Valley Partnership
Retired, City of Mesa
Helicopter Technician, Air Methods Corp
Victim Services Specialist, Mesa Police Department
Mesa City Council Member
Chief Executive Officer
Joe Dulin, CFRE
Chief Philanthropy Officer
Kathy Di Nolfi
Chief Program Officer
Chief Administrative Officer
Chief Operations Officer
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