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Merger between an Arizona CAA and Non-CAA

Working Better Together Case Studies

2015

This case study presents an example of a parent-subsidiary merger between a small, non-profit CAA facing significant financial challenges and a larger, more financially robust non-profit organization providing overlapping social services in the same service area. The case study is based on CAPLAW’s interview with Kathy Di Nolfi, Executive Director of MesaCAN, and Michael Hughes, CEO of A New Leaf.

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