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Kungel Borck

Executive Director ~ CEO

Beth Kungel Borck is excited, and honored, to join ASCF as the Executive Director. A native of Louisiana, Beth came to Houston to join the Honors College at University of Houston and graduated with degrees in both Theatre and Sociology. She went on to receive her MBA at UNC. As a seasoned professional with over 25 years’ experience in sales, marketing, event planning, board management and fundraising I am excited to further the mission of this great organization. Having been touched by cancer with both friends and family, I understand the critical role ASCF plays in the wellbeing of cancer families. Strategic planning, conflict mitigation/resolution, fundraising, board management, and community building energize me. I look forward to serving in this role. When not on campus at ASCF, Beth can be found spending time with her Husband of 20 years & two amazing teens. When not cheering at a soccer game we can be found supporting the marching band. In my free time I love traveling, gardening, and cooking.


Director of Operations

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Housing Manager

Tiffany Criswell serves as ASCF's onsite housing manager. In her role, she is responsible for the family experience for those in-residence even before they arrive on campus. From managing the intake process to ensuring quality of service, inventory management, loss prevention, check-out and follow-up after families return home, Criswell not only ensures consistency in the management of ASCF's residential housing program, but she brings compassion. When not on ASCF's campus, Criswell enjoys travel, gardening and spending time with friends and family including children Cooper and Aubrey.

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Missy Bellinger

Missy Amschwand

Founder & Emeritus Director

Inspired by her late husband Tom, Missy Amschwand Bellinger founded ASCF in 2001 serving as the organization’s first board chair. Since then, it has been Bellinger’s personal mission to help celebrate the blessings and lift the burdens of cancer families in need of shelter, stability and support. A native Houstonian, Bellinger recognizes the advantages inherent to living in such close proximity to the Texas Medical Center and has long served in the nonprofit community helping to minimize barriers to health care access. Prior to joining ASCF full-time, Missy served as Executive Vice-President/Administrator of Patient & Public Affairs for Harris Health (formerly Harris County Hospital District). She is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Houston and a patroness with National Charity League (Sienna Chapter). Missy has her Master in Public Health from UTHSC School of Public Health & an undergraduate degree in Government with a minor in Spanish from the University of Texas at Austin. Bellinger’s personal interests include travel, a variety of outdoor activities but most important, spending quality time with her husband James & daughters MaryAnna & Ava “Rose.” Missy now serves as Director Emeritus of A Shelter for Cancer Families.

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