Cure 4 The Kids Foundation Adds Three New Board Members

Cure 4 The Kids Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to the board of directors.

Dr. Renee Coffman, Farhan Naqvi, and Cory Frey join the existing four directors to provide oversight and input that will help guide Nevada’s only nonprofit outpatient treatment facility for those diagnosed with childhood cancer and other catastrophic conditions. The new board members include:

Dr. Renee Coffman, BS Pharm, PhD., is president and co-founder of Roseman University of Health Sciences, a nonprofit, private institution of higher learning that is training the next generation of undergraduate and graduate-level health care professionals. Roseman University includes the College of Dental Medicine, College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, and the future College of Medicine. A licensed pharmacist in the State of Nevada, Dr. Coffman has worked to support pharmacy, education and improved healthcare within Nevada. She is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, American Pharmaceuticals Association, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists and several other pharmaceutical associations. Dr. Coffman was instrumental in successful legislative efforts permitting pharmacists to perform finger-stick blood glucose testing. Dr. Coffman has also been recognized among the “Who’s Who in Healthcare” Award and “Women of Distinction Award,” both sponsored by Greenspun Media Group.  She was also recognized in 2016 in Nevada Business Magazine’s “Women to Watch.”

Farhan Naqvi is the founder and managing partner of Naqvi Injury Law. Mr. Naqvi is one of Nevada’s most successful personal injury attorneys and has achieved more than $200 million for his clients in verdicts, settlements, and judgments. Since 2003, Mr. Naqvi has represented more than 5,000 clients, with litigation cases before the Eighth Judicial District Court of Clark County, Nevada, and the United States District Court, District of Nevada. Founded by Farhan and Ellie Naqvi, the firm has been named Gold Winners in the Best of Las Vegas program for Best Law firm, Best Customer Service and Best Personal Injury Attorney for several years. Naqvi Injury Law places a strong emphasis on supporting the community at large, through many volunteer and fundraising activities. In addition to support of Cure 4 The Kids Foundation, the firm has supported HELP of Southern Nevada and the American Cancer Society among many others.

Cory Frey is president of Frey Insurance and Benefits, LLC, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company is licensed with the State of Nevada to manage commercial risk in Life and Health Contracts.  His practice primarily focuses on the management of medium to large group health employee benefit plans.  Mr. Frey’s experience working in commercial insurance, as well as a decade in the regulated banking sector, provides him with extensive understanding in the areas of credit capacity, cash flow, risk management, and entrepreneurship. When not working, Frey volunteers with the Clark County School District’s Professionals and Youth Building A Commitment (PAYBAC) Program and also speaks with at-risk student populations throughout the year. He also coaches multiple youth sports teams as well as managing a 501c3 registered 14u club baseball organization.

Las Vegas Review-Journal

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