Jennifer Bunger received her Bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Portland State University. As a student clinician she facilitated aphasia groups at Portland State and the University of Arizona Speech and Language Clinics. She has served as the events coordinator for the UA Sarver Heart Center since 2010. A favorite part of her job is making monthly reminder calls to members of the Green Valley Stroke Support Group, facilitated by Dr. Leslie Ritter. She has a passion to help facilitate a supportive community for stroke survivors and their caregivers.
Maya Luria currently serves as the director of senior services at Tucson Medical Center, overseeing initiatives, programs and services that enhance the quality of life for seniors throughout Southern Arizona. She is a native Tucsonan who appreciates the area’s rich and unique culture. As a founder of Bald Beauties Project and co-chair of the Second Chance Tucson coalition, Maya focuses her efforts and time supporting causes for those in need.
Alice Milton has been a practicing Tucson Attorney for the last 30 years and is the founder of Patient Care Advocates. She is well aware of healthcare pitfalls and the strength it takes to navigate the system. She is sensitive and dedicated to quality of care, patient rights, and personal dignity in all circumstances, and is proud to be a Stroke Resource Center Board member.