Emily Boyd Stormoen

Chief Executive Officer

Emily Boyd Stormoen has more than 20 years of progressive experience working in the nonprofit sector as a senior executive leader, focusing on business development, strategic planning and revenue generation.

She previously served as Chief Revenue Officer for the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) for six years where under her leadership, the portfolio hit new revenue highs and new records for number of gifts booked for the Foundation. At the NPF, she created a medical education program certifying it as ACCME accredited with commendation. In this role, she was responsible for providing vision, leadership and overall management of the organization’s revenue-producing initiatives. Emily oversaw all activities related to cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of financial support from individuals, organizations, industry partners, foundations and transactional relationships.

Originally hired as NPF’s Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Medical Affairs and Director of Medical Programs, part of her responsibilities included staff lead to the Medical Board.

Prior to joining the NPF, Emily oversaw medical education and program development for the Oregon Medical Association. While there, she developed courses focusing on healthcare reform, risk management and physician wellness. Currently, Emily is a member of the National Health Council (NHC) serves on its Chief Development Officer Affinity Committee. She has a B.A. in Sociology from UCLA.

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Jenn Casey

Director of Marketing & Communications

With a 20+ year career working in higher education, corporate, sports and nonprofit marketing and communications, Jenn Casey accepted the role of ANRF’s Director of Marketing & Communications encapsulated by the growth opportunity and drawn by the organization’s purpose and impact.

Approaching her role with a focus on integrated marketing and communications, Jenn works across the organization to ensure consistency in the way ANRF looks to its audience and the way it sounds. In her role, she is responsible for managing and building ANRF’s brand visually and through communicating its story to a variety of audiences and communications channels.

During the first part of her career, Jenn worked in sports and corporate communications at the Portland Trail Blazers, Nike, Inc. and the Professional Bowlers Association, honing her skills in media relations and building and leveraging relationships to build brands and personalities. She then pivoted to higher education when she led the communications at the University of Oregon (UO) Alumni Association during a time of growth and helping launch the campaign for the Ford Alumni Center. She briefly left higher education but returned to lead the marketing and communication at the College of Business at Oregon State University (OSU) where she was part of the development team that raised $100 million for the college during the Campaign for OSU.

The most rewarding part of Jenn’s career includes working with undergraduate students in her roles at OSU and UO, most significantly during her time as a graduate student at UO. Jenn continues to spend time working with students and currently serves as the Board Chair for the Emerald Media Group (the student media organization for the UO). She enjoys spending time with family and friends, and traveling, hiking, running and discovering new trails, especially those leading to sunrises and sunsets. In addition, she loves sports, especially college, because of the stories and humans behind the athletes and ultimately the ability sports have to change lives. She earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Oregon.

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Missy Hanover

Director of Operations

Missy Hanover joins ANRF with a passion to make a difference. Previously she served as Executive Director at Marconi Automotive Museum and Foundation for Kids and enthusiastically brings her strengths in office management and oversight to manage the ANRF operations. Having been an integral part in behind the scenes management of fundraising endeavors, she knows and believes strongly in teamwork for such a vital outreach.

Before her time in the nonprofit world, Missy trained and showed Morgan show horses both regionally and nationally, and now serves as a United States Equestrian Federation Morgan judge.

Missy is the one you are likely to encounter if you stop in at the office. She is always excited to share the good work being done by our scientists and the ANRF team.

In her free time Missy enjoys hiking, dog walking, judging Morgan horse shows, traveling and visiting her cute grandkids in Denver.

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Charlotte Hauenstein

Executive Assistant

Charlotte is the Executive Assistant at ANRF. Originally from Virginia, she obtained her Bachelor’s in Biology from Old Dominion University. After moving to California in 2014, Charlotte completed her Master’s in Forensic Sciences. She was particularly drawn to ANRF, having several family members affected by arthritis as well as having volunteered with children with juvenile arthritis during college. With a background in science and a passion for helping others, she believes strongly in the importance of continuing research towards better treatments and finding the cure. In her spare time, Charlotte loves to bake desserts, hike with her dog Indiana Bones, travel and be outdoors.

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Karen Williamson

Director of Development

As the Director of Development, Karen Williamson is focused on working with donors to pair their philanthropic goals with ANRF’s giving opportunities through developing relationships and sharing the mission of the organization.

Joining the ANRF team was not only a career decision, but also a personal one for Karen as her parents and sister are affected by arthritis. She is able to see first-hand the impact continually improving therapies have on her family’s quality of life, and is a witness to how important funding arthritis research is. This hybrid of family, passion and career, keeps Karen committed to being a part of assuring the scientists working toward finding a cure have the resources needed.

Prior to assuming her role at ANRF, Karen served in similar roles as a fundraiser for 10 years including as a Senior Regional Philanthropy Officer at the American Red Cross and a Major Gift Officer at University of Southern California (USC) during their recent $6 billion campaign. She received her M.S. in Management and Leadership from the Graziadio Business School at Pepperdine University and her undergraduate degree in communications from USC.

When not working, Karen enjoys walking, hiking, riding her Peloton and spending time with family and friends.

If you’d like to talk with Karen about your philanthropic goals, you can e-mail or call her at (949)418-4264 or if you’d like, you can make an online donation today.

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