Arizona's Team

Jason Frazier
State Executive Director

Jason Frazier is the MADD Arizona State Executive Director and has been with the agency for 8 years. During his time with MADD, Jason originally started with MADD as a victim advocate in the Southern Arizona Affiliate Office before moving into the role of Manager of Victim Services for the State. After becoming the State Executive Director, Jason has worked tirelessly with community partners, law enforcement, prosecutors, and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to accomplish the same goal of eliminating impaired driving. Jason envisions a future of No More Victims and is committed to supporting all efforts to end this 100% preventable act.


Jason.Frazier@madd.org | 520-322-5353 x6461

Beverly Mason-Biggers
Grant Manager
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.


Beverly.Mason@madd.org | 520-322-5253 x6462

Helain Day
Programs Manager
Helain started July 1, 2019 as our Program Manager and is housed at our State office in Phoenix. She is pursuing a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling specializing in family systems and recidivism reduction via advanced re-entry interventions. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona, holding undergraduate degrees from both the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and the Center for Latin American Studies. With 13 years non-profit program development, community organizing, education, and volunteer program administration experience throughout Central & Southern Arizona, she draws on her education, experience, and passion for community to create agency and program relationships which promote reverberations of betterment in our community.


Helain.Day@madd.org | 602-240-6500 x6466

Sarah Edwards
Development Officer
Sarah Edwards is honored to be the MADD Arizona Development Officer. Sarah graduated from The University of Southern California, with degrees in media and communications and is proud to be a member and on the Arizona board of Phi Beta Kappa. Sarah’s background in development, partnerships, and law prepare her to be a committed member of the MADD Arizona team. Sarah started her career passionately working for non-profits in Phoenix, where she is from, while still in high school. Sarah was an integral member of a teen peer-education program that took on subjects such as drinking and driving, addiction, and alcohol abuse. She has been a community and educational programs director in Santa Monica, California, has worked for nationally renowned arts and media organizations, and is deeply dedicated to the missions of ending drunk and drugged driving, supporting the victims of these 100% preventable crimes, and preventing underage drinking. Sarah is grateful to be back home in Arizona, working for a safer community.


Sarah.Edwards@madd.org 602-240-6500 x6450

Elizabeth Hartley
Manager of Victim Services
Elizabeth graduated from the University of Arizona with a BS of Criminal Justice in 2016. For three years she volunteered with the Pima County Attorney’s Office as a Crisis Advocate which is where she discovered her passion for Victim Services and how she began working for MADD only ten days after graduating. Two and a half years into being a MADD Victim Services Specialist she was promoted to the Arizona Manager of Victim Services. With her new role she has an increased focus on doing outreach in the community and ensuring strong partnerships with local agencies. Prior to her move to Arizona, Elizabeth lived all over the United States. She transferred from a college in Minnesota and has quickly learned that she was always meant to be a desert rat! In her off time she can be found watching the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena or listening to their away games on the NHL app, go Yotes! During the off-season Elizabeth enjoys reading, hiking among the cacti, and unwinding with television & video games.


Elizabeth.Hartley@madd.org | 602-240-6500 x6465


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Kiley Schneider
Victim Services Specialist
Kiley is a victim services specialist in the Phoenix office, and serves victims all over central and northern Arizona. Kiley is passionate about connecting with and supporting people who are experiencing tragedy and helping to empower them as they move through the justice system and  beyond. Kiley is excited to be part of a team who is committed to expanding MADD’s reach in Arizona to serve more victims, and to ultimately end impaired driving.


Kiley.Schneider@madd.org | 602-240-6500 x6455

Joe Sullivan
Victim Services Specialist
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.


Joe.Sullivan@madd.org | 520-322-5253 x6456

Blue Norush
Victim Services Specialist
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.


Blue.Norush@madd.org | 520-322-5253 x6464

Carrie Robbins
Program Specialist
Carrie serves as the Program Specialist for the MADD Arizona office in Phoenix. She is passionate about building relationships within the community to educate the public about the dangers of drinking and driving. She is thrilled to join such a dedicated team committed to end drunk driving in Arizona.

Carrie enjoys spending time with her family. She loves to hike, travel to new places, and cultivate her garden at home.


Carrie.Robbins@madd.org | 602-240-6500 x6452

Erica Slaton
Program Specialist
Erica is a Program Specialist for Southern Arizona living in Tucson. Although born in Dallas, Erica’s family moved to Tucson on her fourth birthday and she has been here ever since. Erica stayed close to home for college, attending the University of Arizona and graduating with a degree in Family Studies and Human Development and a minor in Psychology in 2017. She has been working in the non-profit and social work field ever since, discovering a passion for giving a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves and helping serve members of our community to better our society as a whole. Erica is excited about making Arizona a safer place by eliminating drunk driving through supporting victims, working with youth and parents, and educating offenders.


Erica.Slaton@madd.org | 520-322-5253 x6460

Simon Hill
Program Specialist
Simon is a recent college graduate from University of Phoenix with a degree in Healthcare Administration with a Long-Term Care Certificate. In pursuit of excellence, he was recently accepted into Central Michigan University and will be pursuing his Master of Science in Administration with a focus on Public Administration. Simon has extensive background with non-profit, healthcare, and volunteer management. A recent newlywed, Simon loves movies, swimming, comedy shows and traveling.  Simon will be administering programming throughout central and Northern Arizona.


Simon.Hill@madd.org | 602-240-6500 x6458