Staff

The Arthritis National Research Foundation Staff is committed to finding a cure for arthritis. As we grow so does the Arthritis National Research Foundation staff. Currently we’re small administratively, but that allows us to ensure that 91 cents of every dollar donated to this organization is placed into research programs. Please take a moment to read about the Arthritis National Research Foundation staff below.

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Terri Bishop

Controller

 

Terri Bishop joined the cure arthritis team in January 2018 to streamline the bookkeeping and financial administration. She is passionate about the work at ANRF, having been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) herself. Terri knows first hand the vital importance of research to find new treatments and cures. As a Long Beach local, Terri has deep connections to the waterfront community and is passionate about sailing. She has owned and operated her own business and has a vast experience in operations management and finance. She firmly believes that advances in research is the key to finding a cure that will improve the lives of Millions, including hers. Terri’s professional and life experience has given her a keen sense of focus. She is investing her time and energy in advancing the mission of ANRF.

 

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Stacey-Lee Leijenaar

Research Communications Manager

 

Stacey-Lee Leijenaar is the research communications manager at ANRF. She is uniquely qualified having first completed a degree in Communications and Media before continuing her education in the sciences, obtaining her PhD in Medical Immunology at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Her role at ANRF has allowed her to pursue a long-held passion – disseminating scientific research and information in a manner which increases its impact within the scientific community and beyond. Improving accessibility and delivering data to a wider audience fosters relationships and collaborative efforts between researchers, clinicians, patients and other role players in the field of arthritis and autoimmune research. Together a cure is possible! In addition to her role at ANRF Stacey teaches Biology and English at the British International College, hoping to inspire and contribute to the next generation that will take up the fight against complex autoimmune diseases through patient-centered research and trusted, credible communications.

 

Join Stacey-Lee Leijenaar by supporting arthritis research and make a donation today!

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Caitlin Morrison, MPA

Director of Development

 

Caitlin came on board as the Director of Development with ANRF in August, 2019. She brings several years of experience working with national non-profit organizations developing relationships with constituents and corporate partners. She is grateful for the opportunity to work with an organization dedicated to curing arthritis and other auto-immune disorders. She has witnessed the difficulties of friends and family members who suffer from such conditions and has seen how the development of innovative treatments can transform lives for the better. While she lacks the scientific know how to develop cutting edge treatments, her position with ANRF allows her to live by the motto- those who can’t do raise money for those who can.

 

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