Annette Logan
Annette is President, CEO, and co-founder of Cure 4 the Kids Foundation. She has worked in the healthcare industry for more than 30 years and has been involved with many nonprofit organizations since 1985. Her visionary leadership has shaped and strengthened the foundation, as well as its two clinics, enabling it to continue to serve an increasing number of patients with diverse needs. She led the charge in the foundation receiving The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval® Accreditation. As a health care provider in the community, she was troubled by our health care delivery system when one of her two sons was in an accident, years ago, as a teenager. The incident required multiple surgical interventions, over 4 years, and she saw the complete exhaustion her of medical benefits.  Ultimately, research saved his life.  This journey has inspired much of Annette’s calling to ensure that kids receive the care they need, despite ability to pay. It has also made her a huge proponent for clinical trials- as today’s trial are tomorrow best practices.  In addition to her two sons, she a beaming mother-in-law and grandmother.


Catherine Laska
Catherine is the mother of a child who survived childhood cancer. She is also Vice President of the Cure 4 the Kids Foundation. She is very active in the childhood cancer community and has been since her son was diagnosed with a Wilm’s Tumor at age 3. She is passionate about educating others on the long-term effects that cancer treatment has on children and is an advocate of development and funding for a “late effects” center for the State of Nevada.

Angela Berg, DNP, APRN, CPNP
Angela has been practicing in healthcare since 1989, becoming a registered nurse in 1992. Angela has a diverse background in pediatrics, case management, practice management, program development, pediatric hospice, and nonprofit service.
This background has given Angela the passion for providing top quality care to children, supporting cost-effective care options, and developing care models to provide for functional care for children.
Angela oversees the Specialty Services Clinic, which includes Nevada's first pediatric palliative outpatient care clinic, as well as rheumatology and neuropsychology services. Angela is also a founding board member and current Secretary of the Board of Directors.

David Leake
David has served as a member of our board of directors since August 2013 and is currently serving as the Treasurer of the board. David serves as a Controller for a family office that services high net worth clients. From October 2011 to December 2013 David served within Station Casinos where he left as a Director of Finance. Until October 2011, David served within PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP where he obtained his CPA license. David holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting with a minor in marketing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Creecy Underwood
Creecy is an Event Sales Manager at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. She started her career in college working in restaurants, where she quickly developed her passion for food and hospitality. She obtained both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Hospitality at Texas Tech University. Upon moving to Las Vegas in 2001, she spent her first few years in Las Vegas as an operations manager and sales manager for two of the top destination management companies in the city. In 2004, she joined the Hard Rock Special Events Team where she continues as Event Sales Manager working with corporate, social and charity groups.