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Eftakher Smith President
A Super Lawyers Rising Stars honoree and a partner in the firm, Josh Mozell practices in the areas of estate planning, mental health law and elder law as well as contested probates, guardianships and conservatorships.?
In his estate planning and elder law practice, Josh assists clients with the drafting of wills, durable powers of attorney, healthcare powers of attorney and living wills, mental health powers of attorney, and various types of trusts, including revocable trusts and special needs trusts.
Josh also represents heirs, beneficiaries, fiduciaries and third parties in estate and trust litigation matters.
Through the guardianship and conservatorship process, Josh assists family members seeking to protect those individuals who are no longer able to make appropriate decisions regarding their health care or finances.
In his mental health practice, Josh helps clients gain access to care, and he works with families to help them understand and effectively access Arizona’s uniquely complex mental health system. Josh counsels clients in navigating the notoriously difficult civil commitment process and connects families with his network of care providers. When care is superior in other parts of the country, Josh coordinates the legal, administrative, and practical measures needed to access that care. When necessary, Josh frequently helps families implement a mental health guardianship so they can properly advocate for their mentally ill loved ones. Additionally, a significant portion of Josh’s mental health practice focuses on “psychiatric boarding.”
Jonathan Smith Vice President
For the first twenty years of her career, Laurie Goldstein worked as a semiconductor process engineer for Motorola. The next two decades advanced into managerial roles and as a senior business analyst as a usability engineer, most recently at NXP Semiconductor.
Laurie divides her philanthropy into three buckets: mental health, education, and the arts, inspired to intervene for those struggling with mental health issues by the needs of her adopted son who lives with behavioral and mental disorders. She is a strong advocate, working with Mental Health America of Arizona, and recently created the Association for the Chronically Mentally Ill (ACMI) whose mission is to work with other stakeholders to improve the care of people with chronic mental illness through cost-effective network enhancements.
Laurie sits on Columbia’s Global Mental Health International Advisory Board pioneering research initiatives. Promoting mental health. reducing the burden of mental illness worldwide.
As a Trustee of Arizona State University, Laurie helps advocate for access to quality education for all capable students and sees it as a basic building block of our society. She is a Milestone donor with ASU Gammage, a key component of the cultural landscape of the Valley, focused on performing arts, artist residencies and artist education programs that change lives for the better.
Laurie is a recipient of the Jerry Award for Philanthropy, and the Tony Award from Broadway Across America.
Co-Chairs of the ASU National Arts Council, which aims to use art to solve cultural issues.
Vice Chair of the Mental Health America of AZ Board
Medical Director – Emergency Department Honor Health Network
Past president of the Arizona Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians
Oral examiner – American Board of Emergency Medicine for 30 years credentialing physicians in Emergency Medicine
Vice President of Southwest Shakespeare theater company
50th anniversary leadership board member – Elevate and Alleviate Golden Gammage Initiative
Recipient of the Jerry Award for Philanthropy 2017
Tony Award recipient from Touring Broadway Across America
Co-Chair of Columbia University’s COUNCIL FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH will help support the next generation of mental health researchers around the world who are working to develop new strategies of mental health services and to expand treatment
Co-Chair of the ASU National Arts Council
Richard D. Dunseath’s business background includes serving as Regional Vice President of United Bank of Arizona, Senior Vice President at Citicorp and President of the Phoenix Division of Biltmore Investors Bank. In 1997 he founded Epic Signs which he sold in 2004. Currently he manages investments including stocks, bonds, mutual funds and real estate.
Dick has served as President of the Scottsdale Arts Center Association, Program Chair of the Robert Morris Association, Treasurer of Junior Achievement of Central Arizona, President of Phoenix Rotary 100, Chairman of the Board of the Arizona Foundation for Behavioral Health, Director of Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care and Coach of several Little League Baseball and Soccer teams.
?Presently, he serves on the Board of Directors of Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation, Phoenix Rotary Club Charities, Marc Community Resources Foundation and the Association for the Chronically Mentally Ill. He is married with three grown children and three grandchildren. He enjoys reading, hiking and sports. Dick is dedicated to helping reform Arizona’s mental health care system to better serve chronically mentally ill persons in our community.