Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center announces the appointment of three new members of its Executive Board: Al Rubio, Renee Fininis, and Annie Bostre-Le.
“Our newest Board members embody the spirit of community and bring talent, expertise and energy to the Board at Michelle’s Place. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue our mission to empower individuals and families impacted by breast cancer,” said Kim Goodnough, Executive Director.
Al Rubio is the Human Resources Manager for DCH Auto Group. He has a strong belief in giving back to his community. Rubio is a past president member of the Rotary Club of Old Town Temecula, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Riverside County.
“I have always admired the work and presence of Michelle’s Place. Anything we can do to ease some pain, supply information, and take some fear away is an organization I would like to be a part of,” said Rubio.
Renee Fininis is the Assistant Hospital Administrator – Continuing Care Leader for Kaiser Permanente. Fininis has been a Registered Nurse (RN) and Public Health Nurse for over 30 years and an Oncology and Home Health/Hospice RN. She has lived in the Southern Riverside area since 1979 and has served on the PTA Board for Chester Morrison Elementary for two years.
“I have a passion to help others and understand the difficulties that patients and families experience with the tragedy of cancer. I would like to contribute to Michelle’s Place where there is a need to support the cause and activities,” said Fininis.
Annie Bostre-Le is the Special Projects Engineer at the City of Temecula, with a passion for organizing fundraiser events for nonprofit organizations. She has served as the Secretary of the Temecula Valley Soccer Academy (TVSA) and helped organize several events and management materials that are still in use today. Bostre-Le has also joined the inaugural Michelle’s Place Walk of Hope committee to ensure event success.
“As a friend of two special ladies who had talked highly about Michelle’s Place, I found a place in my heart and wanted to assist in publicizing Michelle’s Place’s goals and raising funds for future needs. I wanted the public to know what the Resource Center provides to the Community,” said Bostre-Le.
Michelle’s Place is a 501c3 non-profit organization providing services and resources to individuals and families impacted by breast cancer. To learn more about Michelle’s Place visit www.michellesplace.org or call (951) 699-5455.