Seminar Education Director

I previously worked as a Certified Medical Assistant for 5 years, specifically working with the Geriatric community. Before that I was a stay-at-home mom, taking care of my family, and a Chef and Baker for 30 years. In my spare time, I still enjoy cooking and I help by volunteering at various community services. I am now using my expertise to grow and coordinate the Foundation’s Seminar Education Program as its new Director.

Vice President/Assistant Director

Has been employed through RTH Management Company, LLC, where she supervises commercial property in the Los Angeles area. Alyson is a licensed Real Estate Agent and also a graduate of Long Beach City College Nursing School. She became very fond of Roxanna over the years, and now devotes time to the RTH Stroke Foundation as well.
“We help people recover and we even help save lives. That is immensely satisfying.”

RN/MSN, SSRP Program Director

Stephanie Samia received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Humboldt State University and earned her Master of Science in Nursing in the Oncology Nurse Practitioner’s program at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has practiced as an RN in Oncology/Hematology at the VA Medical Center, Long Beach and as an ONP at Baxter Immunotherapy. Stephanie takes great interest in the role that exercise and nutrition play in prevention of chronic disease and healthy aging. She is instrumental in facilitating our Hope After Stroke education program and post-stroke resources.

christine-2372455 Front Desk Receptionist/Office Administrator

Christine formerly taught after receiving her bachelor of science in Child Development from CSUF. But for the past 6 years she has been an active volunteer in several local nonprofits and has developed a strong sense of devotion to the nonprofit sector and its ability to keep communities strong and healthy. She is excited to join the Foundation and help carry on its mission of preventing strokes and providing support for courageous survivors.

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