Brooks H. Rohlen, MD
Brooks H. Rohlen, MD has a Medical Doctorate from the University of Utah. He completed residency in anesthesia at Stanford University, and fellowship in Hospice Palliative Medicine at the University of Nevada. Brooks currently practices anesthesia in Reno, Nevada, Brooks founded CHARITYSMITH Nonprofit Foundation in 1994, in memory of his father, Douglas F. Smith.
Rachel Ward Rohlen
Rachel Ward serves as the President for CHARITYSMITH and has her B.A. in International Studies from the University of Washington. Rachel has been involved with CHARITYSMITH since 2006 and previously served as the Director of Foundation Affairs. In addition to her work with CHARITYSMITH, Rachel works as a Marketing Consultant for the Medical Device Industry. Rachel lives with her husband, two sons and two dogs in Truckee, CA.
After a successful career in non-profit administration for Sierra Arts Foundation as their Program Director and then Executive Director, working as the Grant and Fund Development Manager and Public Art Specialist for the City of Reno, and as the Grant Program Coordinator for the Nevada Arts Council, Stacey joins CharitySmith with grantmaking, grantwriting, administration and fundraising skills. Stacey has led many successful special events and understands how to balance the work required to raise the funds and remembering why the funds are being raised.
Born and raised in Seattle, WA, Zoe has a healthy respect for evergreen trees, grunge music, and raincoats. Having graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a B.A. in Journalism in 2015, she enjoys blending her passion for doing the most good with her love of digital strategy and writing. In her free time, she loves to visit National Parks, talk about space, and watch college football.
Board of Trustees
Phelps Kip, MD
Kip has served on the Board of Trustees since 2005. He is a Spinal Surgeon at the Sierra Regional Spine Institute in Reno, NV, an Orthopedic Surgeon for the US Ski Team, and spends his weekends with his family in Squaw Valley. Kip’s contribution to CHARITYSMITH as a generous financial donor is only exceeded by his contribution as a volunteer. His predisposition to look toward the future is invaluable to the advancement of CHARITYSMITH. Most recently, Kip and his wife Krista have started the Lake Kip Memorial Fund.
Former Members of the Board of Trustees
Tim Meadows, Michael Hassey, Tamara Seiter, Bruce Riddle, Matthew A. Golson, Jesse Thurgood, Glen Griffin, Peter Woodring, Garth Garrison, Frederica Rohlen, Max Webber, Brian Roberts, Jeff Sensenig, Douglas S. Rohlen, Matthew Ferguson, Billie Buck, Kevin Flanagan, Josh Perkins, Brian Foster