Chuck Coolidge, Vice President for Corporate Affairs for VieMed Healthcare, has 16 years of corporate and political experience, both internationally and in almost every U.S. state. He leads across the organization by working with product teams and business disciplines (sales, marketing, mergers and acquisitions, operations and PR) to develop, implement, and evaluate VieMed's products and offerings.
Before moving into the health care industry Chuck worked for a national public relations firm heading up their business development division and overseeing the companies public affairs, developing strategic initiatives for corporate clients, operation management, corporate social responsibility campaigns, and brand marketing efforts. He also spent two years as US Senator John McCain’s Press Aide and Southern Arizona Outreach Correspondent.
Chuck currently serves as the Vice President of the Phoenix Art Museum’s Men’s Art Council Board & Copperstate Overland Chairman. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from The University of Arizona, a Leadership Institute Graduate, and an alum of Valley Leadership Class 37.
Rory S. Goreé
Mr. Goreé was honorably discharged from the United States Navy in 1993. After 10 years of service he discovered greyhounds. Since then Mr. Goreé has been involved in the Greyhound Racing Industry, with a focus on greyhound adoption. Mr. Goreé has been the speaker at numerous greyhound adoption events as well as university, veterinarian and racing symposiums across the country. Additionally, Mr. Goreé has spoken at both the American Greyhound Track Operators Association and the Association of Racing Commissioners conferences. Mr. Goreé served on the Arizona Department of Racing's committee to review and recommend greyhound racing welfare related rules. When not involved with greyhounds Mr. Goreé works as an Information Security Analyst specializing in SAP.
Holly Hover is the manager and trainer of Holly Hover Performance Horses in Cave Creek Arizona, specializing in the preparation of youth and amateur competitors. Her program has yielded over 20 World and Reserve World Championship Titles.
Holly has been in the horse industry for 45 years and is committed to the betterment of all disciplines. She is a recognized association judge for the American Quarter Horse Association, National Reining Horse Association and the National Snaffle Bit Association. Nationally she has officiated at World Championship events in all three associations. Internationally she has judged in over 10 countries.
She was named the 2015 Most Valuable Professional for the American Quarter Horse Association and honored with the title of Professional Horsewoman of the year in 2017. This dual honor has only been accomplished by three individuals in the association's long history.
Holly has served on various governing committees on both the state and national level in the horse industry. Most notably she is given credit for the implementation of the AQHA Novice Championship Events.
Holly has given back to the community in a number of ways through the industry. She has coached, youth, middle school and high school divisions. Most recently she was the 2019 head western coach for the Arizona State University Equestrian Team. She has just been selected to serve as a representative on the American Quarter Horse Association 2020 Mentorship program.
Graduating from Arizona State University – Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Tracy Olson is an associate at the law offices of Snell & Wilmer, where she focuses her practice in special litigation and compliance. She represents both businesses and individuals in constitutional, government relations and regulatory matters. Prior to her current position, she served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Hon. Clint Bolick from 2017 to 2018.