I am very proud of my association with RBC Wealth Management; a firm with a strong value system and reputation for corporate citizenship. Some of the community based volunteer positions that I hold are profiled below. Bringing value and helping to improve my community is important to me as a person and to RBC Wealth Management as a firm. I am proud of my affiliations below.


The Invisible Theatre, Tucson, Arizona

he Invisible Theatre Advisory Board's mission is to further the goals of the Invisible Theatre by providing support and assistance through fundraising and community relations. The Invisible Theatre Advisory Board is not a separate entity but rather a very important and integral part of the organization. The most valued trait of an Advisory Board member is a belief in the work of the Invisible Theatre and a commitment to see that work thrive.


The Mount Lemmon Water District, Mount Lemmon, Arizona

he Mt. Lemmon Water District was established in the state of Arizona to serve its customers in and around Summerhaven, AZ after the Aspen Fire of 2003 devastated more than 80,000 acres of woodlands, homes and businesses in the Santa Catalina Mountains outside of Tucson. Previous to that it was a water co-op. As a board of directors member, I help set the course for a water customer and tax payer funded water supply district. We maintain 2 million gallons of mountain water for 860 lots, 274 cabins and residences, and numerous businesses in and adjacent to Summerhaven, Arizona.


The Mount Lemmon Fire District, Mount Lemmon, Arizona


The Mt Lemmon Fire District provides Fire Protection (both structure and wild land), and EMS, Rescue,and Public Assistance to a 12.5 square mile area of the Santa Catalina Mountains in the Coronado National Forest. Established in 1979 as a fully volunteer agency, the District has grown into a combination department with a Fire Chief, a full-time staff of Officers, Firefighters and Paramedics, as well as over a dozen Volunteers. Located in the Ponderosa forests of Southern Arizona's Sky Islands, wildfire continues to be one of the main focuses of the District. The Mt Lemmon Fire District is dedicated to the continued rebuilding efforts on Mt Lemmon following the Aspen Fire in 2003 which consumed over 80,000 acres of forest and destroyed over 330 structures. The mission statement of the Mount Lemmon Fire District is, "To minimize the threat to life and property due to fire, medical or other emergencies through education, prevention, preparedness, prompt response, treatment and effective customer service."