CCC&Y Board President Andrea Meronuck among Arizona Capitol Times’ ‘2023 Women Achievers of Arizona’

Sep 26, 2023 | CCC&Y Info & Events

By the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

Andrea Meronuck, Clinical Director of Northland Family Help Center in Flagstaff, was among Arizona Capitol Times’ “2023 Women Achievers of Arizona” winners announced on Sept. 19, 2023.

2023 Women Achievers of Arizona celebrates the accomplishments of top women in numerous fields. Amidst a challenging year, these leaders persevered and excelled. Their collective work helps Arizonans today and prepares the state for a flourishing future. The Achievers will also be profiled in a special edition of the Arizona Capitol Times,” the newspaper reported.

“This year’s event to honor the winners will be held Oct. 24 at the Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Below are the honorees in their respective categories. The Arizona Capitol Times editorial staff had no input on the nominations.”

The 2023 Women Achievers of Arizona were nominated by readers.

Meronuck is currently serving as Board President, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth.

Andrea Meronuck. Courtesy photo.

“I serve with CCC&Y because the coalition is a place where the community can come together and explore a shared passion for the wellbeing of children in the county, and take action toward our collective goals of a thriving community. Together we are able to creatively make space for efforts toward healing what needs to be healed, and as well as make space for growing a greater experience of safety, prosperity, connection, confidence, and joy in the youth of our community.”

Other winners include:


Stacie Pinderhughes, Chief Medical Officer, Optum – Arizona

Diana Medina, Chief, Clinical Education and Director of TrainingCopa Health

Joanne Mizell, Chief Operating OfficerBanner|Aetna

Wendy Redford, Chief Clinical OfficerWesley Community and Health Centers

April Rhodes, President and CEOSpectrum Healthcare Group


Jenna Bailey, Founder and Lead Trial AttorneyBailey Law Firm PLLC

Emily Dotson, ShareholderResnick & Louis PC


Katherine Cecala, PresidentJunior Achievement of Arizona

Andrea Meronuck, Board PresidentCoconino Coalition for Children & Youth
Clinical DirectorNorthland Family Help Center

Suzanne Pfister, President and CEOVitalyst Health Foundation

Colleen Clase, Chief Counsel and CEOArizona Voice for Crime Victims

Laurie Liles, Chief Public Policy OfficerAZ Impact for Good

Katie Martin, Administrator, Home Improvements & Community ServicesFoundation for Senior Living

Francine Sumner, Founder and CEO, Kid in the Corner

Teniqua Broughton, CEOVerveSimone Consulting
Executive DirectorState of Black Arizona

Private & Public Companies

Lisa Rehurek, Founder and CEOThe RFP Success Company

Rachel Skaff, Managing Director, Americas Channel and Partner SalesAmazon Web Services

Sharon Harper, President, CEO and Co-FounderPlaza Companies

Victoria Peacey, President and General ManagerResolution Copper

Laura Grignano, CAGRD ManagerCentral Arizona Project

Delia Patterson, Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs and ComplianceSalt River Project (SRP)

Public Service

Jennifer Stein, Economic Development DirectorCity of Peoria

Grace O’Sullivan, Vice President of Corporate Engagement & Strategic PartnershipsArizona State University

Bernadette La Mazza, Associate Vice President, Business OperationsChandler/Gilbert Community College

Nancy Davidson, General CounselLeague of Arizona Cities and Towns

Yvette Bro, Vice PresidentPhoenix Law Enforcement Association

Lea Márquez Peterson, Arizona Corporation CommissionerArizona Corporation Commission

Unsung Hero

Deanne Torres, Executive Management AssistantCity of Glendale

Lifetime Achievement

Jan Brewer, Former GovernorState of Arizona