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Adults drank too much and drove about 121 million times per year-over 300,00 incidents of drinking and driving a day.


That’s 28 deaths every day and one death every 51 minutes. Each and every one of them 100% preventable


290,000 injuries per year means exponentially more friends, family members and loved ones, unnecessarily effected by this preventable crime


Drunk Driving comes with a cost - and it is one that robs us of mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, spouses and friends. Meet the people behind the statistics.

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Jean Young
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Beverly Mason-Biggers

Grant Manager

Beverly Mason-Biggers

Beverly serves as the Grant Manager for MADD Arizona and works out of the Tucson office. Beverly found MADD in 1992 when her brother, Scott, was killed by a repeat drunk driver. Since starting as a volunteer speaking at victim impact panels, she has held a variety of jobs over over the years including Victim Advocate, Office Administrator and Program Manager. Beverly and her husband, Mike, love exploring ghost towns, desert sunsets and spending time with their extended family.


Phone:520-322-5253 ext. 6462

Joe Sullivan

Manager of Victim Services

Joe Sullivan

Joe Sullivan is a native from Tucson, Arizona and attended the University of Arizona. He graduated in December of 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor degree in Sociology. After college, Joe spent some time working at the Pima County Justice Courts within their security department. While at the Justice Courts, he became aware of the services offered by the Victim Services Division in the Pima County Attorney‘s Office and soon after became with them. While employed with the Pima County Attorney’s Office, Joe worked with victims of various crime types on the scene as well as assisting victims through the criminal justice system. He carried a caseload that had a variety of crime types, including vehicular and drunk driving related crashes.


Phone:520-322-5253 ext. 6456

Terri Bowen

Program and Fund Development Manager

Terri Bowen

Terri’s mantra and words to live by are, “Every person has a story and every story matters!”

Terri was a “military brat” moving every three years living in Texas, Nevada, Spain, Wyoming, California, and a recent transplant to Arizona.


Terri and her husband Paul reside in the beautiful City of Surprise along with their fur baby Bella Grace. Together we have 4 children and 8 grandchildren.


Terri has served in the public sector with county and city government for over 22 years. There she discovered her passion for connecting people and services. Terri served as an Assistant Manager to a county museum, raising funds for capital improvements, developing their gala and live and silent auction program as well as multiple charity support events through the County Board of Supervisors and their various districts. Terri has also worked as a grant manager and a homeless services case manager.


In her spare time, Terri enjoys daytrips throughout her new home state, and spending time with the “grands”


As the Fund and Development Manager for Arizona, Terri is passionate about  the people and providing services to the communities we serve.

Evelyn Espinoza

Victim Services Specialist

Evelyn Espinoza

Hello, my name is Evelyn Espinoza, I was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. I graduated from Arizona State University in 2014 with a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Spanish for the Professions. For the past 5 years, I have worked with youth dealing with mental and behavioral health issues, which has driven my passion of being a helping hand to those going through the system. On my free time I enjoy spending time outdoors, reading and watching a good tv show with family. I am very excited to join the MADD team and continue being a helping hand! 


Phone:602-240-6500 ext. 6455

Blue Norush

Victim Services Specialist

Blue Norush

Blue is a born-and-raised Tucsonan and a graduate from the University of Arizona with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. As an undergrad, she began volunteering for the Victim Services Division of the Pima County Attorney’s Office, assisting victims of crisis after a trauma has occurred and assisting them throughout the criminal justice process. This program ignited the spark for victim advocacy that she had carried around with her for her entire life. After 3 years of volunteering, she became a staff member with Pima County Attorney’s Office Victim Services and began taking a case load that had an emphasis in domestic violence, but was a wide variety of case types, including impaired driving and vehicular homicides. In 2018, she was nominated for an award for her extensive work in the community on domestic violence cases. In her free time, she is a teacher at kung fu dojo that focuses on teaching girls and women self-defense and building their self-esteem; she also loves hanging out with her fur children, two cats named Nico and Clair and a dog named Benny.


Phone:520-322-5253 ext. 6464

Carmen Guzman

Programs Specialist

Carmen Guzman

My name is Manuela Carmen Guzman; I prefer to go by “Carmen.” My previous job title was client service specialist/administrative assistant, working with officials of the Maricopa County School Superintendent Office and learning educational laws and procedures in Homeschool, Elections, and school governing board. I graduated with a bachelor’s in sociology, and I pursued my master’s in human services. I enjoy working with the public sector, striving to better our communities with meaningful service. I have acquired many skills, such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and leadership skills throughout my employment years.

My true inspiration is my immediate family: my husband and my two adult children, grandbabies.  I enjoy my family time doing adventurous things like going for a hike, riding bikes, or some quiet time doing puzzles, and last but not least is reading.


Phone:602-240-6500 ext.6458




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