SCOTT-FOUNDATION THOUGHT AND SERVICE LEADERS Curt McCormick and Associates with Melissa McCormick Wise and Generation Justice with Rebecca Masterson
Curt McCormick & Associates, LLC is a real estate company in Scottsdale Arizona since April of 1980. We sell the entire Valley & will help you in any way possible.
Melissa McCormick Wise grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona surrounded by the real estate business. Her father, Curt McCormick, a Real Estate Broker for 45+ years has had his own company in Scottsdale for 39 years, and her mother was a Realtor for more than 15 years.
Melissa began her own real estate career with her father in 1996. She continued her real estate career in Houston when she moved there with her husband. Melissa regards “customer service” as her top priority, followed by dedication, loyalty and honesty. According to Melissa, one of the great attractions and challenges of real estate is its ever changing nature, and she makes it a priority to remain flexible when conditions necessitate this.
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Generation Justice protects abandoned, abused and trafficked children through a pro bono legal network, and reforms the child protection system to prevent future injustice.
Every child has worth and is entitled to the full protection of the law. But the scales of justice provide greater protections for the criminally accused than for children. Gen Justice pioneers rights and strengthens protections for child victims.
Rebecca Masterson, an experienced attorney, consultant and entrepreneur, was the first to join Generation Justice in 2017.
While litigating at one of Phoenix’s busiest litigation and trial firms, Rebecca was named a Super Lawyers Rising Star and invited for membership into Arizona’s Finest Lawyers. After several years in the court room, she founded a successful boutique firm, specializing in special education and disability law. She continues to be a sought-after speaker and panelist about the legal rights of disabled children under state and federal laws.
Rebecca is a published writer and creator of the popular blog, Sincerely Becca. She is a small business owner, a volunteer lawyer for foster children with disabilities, and the mom to two teen boys.
ABOUT THE THOUGHT & SERVICE LEADER Podcast and Scott-Foundation
Scott-Foundation has big aspirations and a different path for Arizona foster youth. They imagine a journey that changes the face of humanity and inspires their kids to be their absolute best today while making tomorrow’s world a much better place for all. They imagine an education and societal system focused on the power of community rather than competition; and they imagine a world where children are taught we are not separate, but instead, we are all a part of something much bigger than ourselves – we are one.
Scott-Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that invests in the future of Arizona foster youth who wish to make the world better than they found it. The foundation produces year-round experiential programming that highlights, inspires and educate youth on the importance of social emotional well-being, while mindfully developing their heart and purposeful career path.
WHAT DO YOU LEAVE BEHIND? What kind of person do you want to be? Life/Legacy Plan – What is the history of your future? How can you make the world better than you found it?
Motivated by tragedy, youth transform to find their true self and become self- supporting, successful, community-minded, “compassionate people”.
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS
Autumn Wilson has proudly stepped into the Community Relations Specialist position with Scott-Foundation as well as continued work as a Thought & Service Leader and Mentor.
Having been in the foster care system since she was 3, she began her Scott-Foundation journey at 15 and her passion is “helping others”. Things that make her the happiest is her sisters, helping people and “knowing” she will never be like the people who hurt her.
She describes herself as brave, courageous and kind. Her challenge is trust, very hard to do, and her biggest fear is being left alone, being lonely and empty.
Her direction in life has always been very clear for her since she was little, with a dream to be an Inspirational Public Speaker and possibly a Therapist advocating for kids in foster care. She’s grown a lot since she’s been with Scott-Foundation and very quickly declared her wish to take the Founder & CEO of the Scott-Foundation’s position, Colleen Walski.
If she could make one rule that everyone in the world had to obey, it would be – “Everyone would be caring.”
When asked how she wants to help the world, Autumn shares, “I want to make it safer, better for us to live in. I want everyone to know there are people that are out there and care about them.”
Her future is bright with career interests of being a Thought & Service Leader, Public Speaker, helping others use their voice, being there for others, making her mark on the world and by making Scott-Foundation’s worldwide and breaking the cycle of foster care.
SarahAnn Goree, Thought & Service Leader & Mentor. Her Scott-Foundation journey began at 14 and her passion is helping others in need, drama club and writing. She is happiest when she is helping her siblings and others; and loves being together with them.
She describes herself as nice, funny, caring, loving and terrific. Her challenge is depression and bad memories along with her eye sight. Her biggest fear is not being able to feel and control her emotions.
Heading into her third year she has found her gift of “love that guides her to stay strong as a growing leader. Her future is bright with career interests of starting a band, dancing, singing and acting, writing, public speaking and helping other foster kids. Her wish for the future is to be successful and help others. She wants to be an actress with a message of peace and nonviolence.
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