Saturday, September 15, 2018 Join us for a full day of education and connections in Austin on September 15! The agenda includes research updates and educational lectures from dermatologists and medical professionals, including Drs. Moise Levy and Matthew Fox. After lunch, BCCNS Alliance members will join with each other and staff in a peer-to-peer open […]
Julie Breneiser, President Julie is a former Physician Assistant for 20 years and currently works as an early intervention pre-school educator for the past 8 years. Julie is affected with BCCNS and is also a married mother of two affected twenty-something young adults, who live and work in Colorado and Utah. Julie feels it’s important, […]
Kathy Rainen Honorary Board Member Kathy, a former Employee Benefit Consultant, is a director at Rainen Companies, Inc., a former trustee of Baker University, and former board member of Junior League of Kansas City, Junior Women’s Symphony Association and March of Dimes. She is a married mother of two adult daughters, one of which is […]
Samuel Breneiser Sam has been a healthcare executive for the past 20 years. He has been married for 24 years and spends his time cooking when not working. Sam is committed to the BCCNS Alliance because of his three affected relatives, whom he loves very much and would do anything to help along with others […]
Kevin Gullatt, Treasurer Kevin is the Director of Risk Management for a private family in Fort Worth, TX. He is a married father of twin sons, who love baseball, soccer and anything involving the Texas Aggies or TCU Horned Frogs! Kevin’s wife and one of his sons are affected with BCCNS. Kevin wants to do […]
Michael Rainen Mike is Chairman of Rainen Companies, Inc., and a married father of two adult daughters, one of which is affected with BCCNS. Mike serves on the board to help others and to work toward ending BCCNS and basal cell carcinomas.
Joyce Rancourt Joyce is a stay-at-home married mother of two daughters, both who have strong interests in the arts. Joyce was a former art teacher herself and still volunteers at a local school. Her oldest daughter is affected with BCCNS. Joyce knows how important the BCCNS Alliance was, and is, to her family. She wants […]