Business Briefs

business briefs 9.25.15

ot Rebecca CrowREBECCA CROW has been named director of education for CONGREGATION CHAVERIM. She is a past director of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona’s department of outreach, past president of the University of Arizona Hillel Foundation and Congregation Cha­verim, and has over 30 years experience as a social worker in the Tucson Unified School District.

ot Matt FreemanMATT FREEMAN, D.N.P., has joined the MEN’S VITALITY CENTER TUCSON, 3395 N. Campbell Ave., as a nurse practitioner and epidemiologist. He has a bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University, a master’s in epidemiology and public health from the Yale School of Medicine, a Master of Science from Ohio State University and a doctorate in nursing practice from Duke University. Freeman provides primary care men’s health services and general checkups, as well as evaluation and treatment of a variety of issues including low energy, anxiety, weight gain and sexual concerns.

The MICHAEL B. SCHWARTZ SCHOOL OF ART has opened with a visual arts program for young artists ages 11 to 18. The program takes place at the Citizens Artist Collective, Studio #13, 44 W. 6th St. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and scholarships are available based on economic need. For more information, visit michaelb

JEFFERY SAUNDERS has opened a second AMERICA’S MATTRESS location at Grant Road and Tucson Boulevard. The locally owned and family operated store shares a building with Baker’s Distinctive Home Furnishings. Saunders opened the first America’s Mattress location on the southwest corner of Oracle and Magee Roads in 2012.