Kristen Salcito Sandquist and Kevin Cherilla are the Co-Founders of K2 Adventures Foundation, a non-profit, and K2 Adventures Travel, a for-profit organization that overlaps with and helps to fund their Foundation.
I am thrilled to be a part of the 2017 Heart Ball Committee under Char Hubble’s amazing leadership and, in particular, to be co-chair of the 2017 Pacemakers Club with Melissa Rein Lively. Our Pacemakers club is raising $100,000 to fund much-needed CPR training kits for Title 1 Phoenix High Schools.
My husband Jeff and I are Chairing the inaugural Dinner For Dignity to benefit Central Arizona Shelter Services. We hope this dinner will be the first step of involvement for the donors and volunteers to help CASS continue to fight for the homeless families, veterans, children and elderly in AZ.
The most exciting thing that I’m working on is the 2017 Heart Ball. I am working with an amazing group of women who put in endless effort to support the American Heart Association. It brings me joy knowing our work is going into an inspiring cause to bring awareness to heart disease and stroke.
HOW meets each month for dinner and fellowship. Each person contributes $10 for the recipient and enjoys the fellowship of other women honoring one woman for the month. We are currently working on next month’s dinner.
I was just appointed by Mayor Stanton to his FastTrack Cities Committee and even more exciting is my work with Focus On Lyme a non-profit funding research at TGen to create the first DNA-based test for Lyme Disease. I had 2 years of undiagnosed Lyme that left me with relapsing Multiple Sclerosis.
Scott Berger is a cheesecake chef turned jewelry designer who is now taking on the world. He and his wife, Marla, have designed a line of jewelry that is connecting people around the world — including the Royal Family.
Trying to combine my love of TRAVEL with my love of family and entertainment! Hosting segments for Harkins Theatres “Behind the Screens”, Good Morning Arizona and working on a travel book (In addition to my period “Tara’s Big Travels” features for Phoenix Magazine and JetSet Mag.
I am working to combine my love of the outdoors with my training in meditation. I am beginning a two year apprentice program to facilitate leading guided meditation retreats in the wild. I am also studying the effects of light, water, and magnetism or quantum biology on human health.
Four years ago, my wife and I launched the Tree of Life foundation and designed its inspiring jewelry collection. The collection retains a unique symbol to share the underlying purpose of connecting each person in the world as one. The mantra is Changing the world one tree at a time… we become ONE