Governing Board

Daniel Brown – Board Chair

Daniel Brown, co-founder and Managing Partner of the Myriad Real Estate Group, specializes in helping people create a fantastic real estate experience. Whether working with bank-owned homes, short sales, investment properties, or traditional sales, Daniel works tirelessly to find the perfect home. As a Realtor with more than seven years of experience, Daniel works to educate his clients and ensure they get the best value in a rapidly changing housing marketing. He is an expert in analyzing neighborhoods and current market trends to establish fair property values. As an Arizona native, who currently lives in Phoenix, Daniel is extremely knowledgeable about the market and cities in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. Daniel graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Business Management in 2004 and began his career in real estate in 2007. Daniel is an avid health and nutrition enthusiast. He enjoys staying active and enjoys golf, hiking and mountain biking at South Mountain, Camelback Mountain, or in the McDowell Mountains. Since Daniel ran his first mud run in 2009, he has competed in a total of nine runs, including four years in a row in the Tough Mudder.

Michael Campillo – Governance Committee Chair and Board Secretary

Michael F. Campillo is a licensed Arizona attorney, a founding partner of intellectual property boutique law firm, Venjuris P.C., and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, Michael is the proud son of parents who were also native Arizonans. Michael’s law practice is focused on the procurement, enforcement, and defense of intellectual property law rights. Michael has over 20 years of experience in counseling, litigation, and procurement of patents, in the electrical, computer, and mechanical arts and the procurement trademark and copyright registrations in all areas. Michael has appeared in Arizona, Nevada, New York, and Texas courts in litigation matters involving patent infringement claims, inventorship disputes, and trademark disputes. Prior to becoming a registered patent attorney, Michael attended the University of Arizona and received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and worked as an electrical engineer for six and a half years for a major semiconductor manufacturer before returning to law school.

Evan Hunt – Board Member

Evan Hunt is currently a Human Resources Consultant for Banner Health. Prior to joining Banner, Evan spent 13 years with Fairmont Hotels & Resort in several different capacities, including Director of Talent & Culture and Director of Banquets. His primary background is in utilizing the engagement of workforces to drive exceptional service. Evan attended the University of Illinois at Chicago where he received his B.S. in Marketing. He loves the Chicago Cubs, Crossfit, and coffee. He also adores his wife, Michelle, and their son, George. Evan is excited to connect with the CASA community and assist with its continued improvement and evolution.

Madison Major – Culture and Engagement Committee Chair

Madison Major is currently in-house counsel at PetSmart, Inc. Prior to joining PetSmart, Madison practiced law at Fennemore Craig, P.C. in their Business and Finance Group. Madison is a Teach for America alum. She taught first grade and then sixth grade English in Memphis, Tennessee. After her two years as a Teach for America corps member, Madison joined Teach for America staff as a Manager of Teacher Leadership Development. In that role, she served as an instructional coach for teachers teaching Pre-K through 8th grade in the Achievement School District.

Michael Roosevelt – Board Vice Chair

Michael grew up in inner city Detroit, Michigan, and has lived in the Valley for 15 years. He has worked in the financial industry for more than 20 years and prides himself on being able to connect with clients by being authentic, empathetic, and passionate to find the best mortgage solutions for his clients. He personally attended a charter school in Michigan. He has a deep respect and appreciation for the positive impact CASA Academy has on our children’s lives today and will have on our community tomorrow. He enjoys being a perpetual student of history and traveling with his wife and daughter. Michael is honored and excited to serve the scholars, families, and teachers of CASA Academy.

Lisa Osselaer – Finance Committee Chair

Lisa M. Osselaer is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Arizona and is a principal at REDW. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA). Lisa Osselaer has over thirty-five years of experience in public accounting, involving federal and state taxation, financial statement preparation, and tax consulting. She began her career with Pannell Kerr Forster and was with Edwards, Largay, Mihaylo & Co., PLC for over 30 years before merging into REDW. Lisa graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. She moved to Arizona after graduation and met her husband, David. They have two boys, Zachary and Jake. Lisa enjoys hiking and traveling. She is excited to lend her past experience with not-for-profit organizations and accounting experience to CASA Academy.

Governing Board Meeting Dates and Locations

CASA Academy Board and committee meetings will take place via conference call, Zoom, or in person. Per A.R.S. § 38-431.02, notice of meetings for CASA Academy and any of its committees will be posted on this website. Notices will also be posted in the main office of CASA Academy (8047 N. 35th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85051) which is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

For agendas and minutes for all Governing Board meetings and committee meetings, please click here.


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