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The Parkinson Network of Arizona, a voluntary alliance, was formed in September of 2006 to support the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center outreach programs through fundraising, community building, advocacy and increasing public awareness. We achieve this by focusing on our goals, creating a better future for those with Parkinson's, advcate for better healthcare for Parkinson's and raise awareness throughout the state about Parkinson's.
 

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About Us

Our Mission

To improve the quality of life of those affected by Parkinson’s disease through supporting community outreach programs presented by the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center (MAPC) in Phoenix, AZ. We will support the MAPC thru fundraising, community building, advocacy and increasing awareness to the community regarding Parkinson’s disease. 

Empower...Support...Connect

 Empower yourself by becoming better educated about Parkinson’s disease. Support those living with Parkinson’s through their journey. Connect with others through social, educational and recreational programs. 

Our History

 The Parkinson Network of Arizona, a voluntary alliance, was formed in September of 2006 to support the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center outreach programs through fundraising, community building, advocacy and increasing public awareness.  

Board members

Melanie Wright, MSW

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PNA President

Ruby Rendon

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Vice President and Walk Team Captain Somos Amigos

Lee Crozier

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Treasurer and Walk Committee Chair

Jill Wallace

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Secretary

Don Dotts

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Board member and East-side Tremble Clefs representative

Maria Berezovsky

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Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center volunteer and Digital Media Designer

Gloria Chavez

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Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center

Ralph Fern

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Board Member

Michelle Stelling

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Board Member and Marketing Specialist

Kristina Watts

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AD HOC Member

Darolyn O'Donnell, CTRS

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AD HOC Member

Future Board Member

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Please contact us if you would like to be part of the board