Board of Directors

 

Director – Dina Steinberg

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Dina Steinberg, the Chief of Human Resources at Banner Estrella Medical Center Dina Steinberg is the Chief Human Resources Office at Banner Estrella Medical Center (BEMC), Banner Health. She has served on the board of Fighter Country Partnership since November, 2010. What makes serving on the board of Fighter Country Partnership so rewarding: Dina attended Luke AFB Elementary School grades 1-5. Her father is retired Air Force, as are her two brothers. She has a deep appreciation for those who serve our country and sees working with Fighter Country Partnership as an honor and a privilege. “Being associated with men and women in uniform, supporting them and their families, and just being back on base is a feeling beyond description.”

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Director – Michael Green

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Director - Michael GreenMike is the Associate General Counsel, Nuclear and Commercial, at Pinnacle West Capital Corporation, and its principal subsidiary, Arizona Public Service Company (“APS”). In this role, Mike advises the APS Chief Nuclear Officer and his senior management team on a broad spectrum of issues related to the operation and maintenance of the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station. He also supervises a staff of attorneys who provide legal advice on contract formation, execution, and compliance for the entire APS enterprise.

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Director – Col. (USAF Ret.) Sam Young

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Board Member - Col. (USAF Ret.) Sam YoungSam served in the Air Force for 28 years with assignments in Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Air Staff and Europe.  After four years as the Luke Air Force Base (Mission Support Group) Commander, he retired and became the Director of Services for The Arizona Republic, the 13th largest Metropolitan Newspaper in the United States. His activities and support in the community include the 100 Club, Leadership West, Arizona State University – West Provost Club, Phoenix Downtown Partnership-Operations Committee, ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus Business Advisory Council, Valley of the Sun Habitat for Humanity (Board of Directors), Unified Arizona Veterans and Fighter Country Partnership (Board of Directors).

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Director – Pat Lowry

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Pat LowryPat Lowry is Senior Vice President of Mobile Mini, Western Division. Pat oversees sales and operations of the western United States for this Phoenix based provider of mobile storage containers. Pat has over 25 years in the equipment rental industry, previously at United Rentals where he was Vice President – Tools and Industrial Solutions. Pat has a deep appreciation for the honor and commitment of our young men and women in the Armed Forces, and is happy to serve on the FCP/FCF Board of Directors to support the men, women, families and mission of Luke Air Force Base. Pat has a BBA in Marketing from Texas A&M University, and an MBA from the University of Houston Clear Lake. He has been married for 30 years to his wife, Alicia, and they have 2 daughters.

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Director – Mike Nealy

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Nealy_MikeMike Nealy is the Executive Director of the Fiesta Bowl. He oversees the community-based Fiesta Bowl organization, which operates the Tostitos® Fiesta Bowl, Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl and numerous ancillary events. A Minnesota native, Nealy’s career in sports spans more than a decade. Prior to sports, he spent 14 years in operating and financial business leadership positions. He joined the Phoenix Coyotes in January of 2006 after four seasons with the Minnesota Wild where his responsibilities included strategic planning and finance, and he led the Wild’s 501(c)(3) charitable activities.

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Director – Angela Creedon

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Angela CreedonAngela Creedon became Assistant Vice President for the Office of Public Affairs at Arizona State University on July 1, 2011, and is responsible for community relations, local government relations and special events. Before joining ASU, she was the East Valley Community Development manager for APS, the State of Arizona’s largest private electric utility.

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Director – William Olson

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

William Olson

Newland Real estate Group is a diversified real estate company leveraging a national platform and over 40 years of experience to perform challenging and diverse development, investment, management and advisory services across a wide range of real estate. Newland Communities is the largest private developer of master planned communities in the United States from coast-to-coast. Striving for excellence in all they do, Newland is committed to ensuring a unique sense of place, respecting the environment, and generating strong returns for their partners, investors, owners and clients. With an emphasis on building relationships, they foster teamwork and approach each business interaction with caring, commitment and integrity.

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Ex-Officio Member – Lt. Col. (USAF Ret.) Rusty Mitchell LAFB

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Ex-Officio Board Member - Lt. Col. (USAF Ret.) Rusty Mitchell LAFBJames “Rusty” Mitchell is the Director, Community Initiatives Team, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. As the liaison between the base and surrounding communities, he coordinates dialogue and interaction to facilitate compatible growth in areas that impact Luke Air Force Base. His daily engagement with nine municipalities, Maricopa County, and the State of Arizona has profoundly advanced the ability of the base to coexist with its neighbors. Mr. Mitchell served twenty-two years in the Air Force flying fighters from Europe to the Far East, retiring in 1998 as a lieutenant colonel.

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CEO Emeritus – Steven Yamamori

Posted on July 1, 2016 by Fighter Country

Steve Yamamori – Executive Director & CEOSteven Yamamori was the Executive Director and CEO of Fighter Country Partnership and Fighter Country Foundation. He worked with business and community leaders to renew our commitment to the largest fighter base in the world with a $2.17 billion dollar economic impact to our state. During Steve’s tenure as CEO he was responsible in raising over two million dollars for the organization. Steve began his professional career in advertising where he worked in account management and later as a copywriter for the Arizona Department of Health Services’ Tobacco Education Prevention Program. His work with local projects and companies around the state who were committed to educating kids about the dangers of smoking taught him the importance of grassroots marketing and awareness.

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