BILL HOWSDEN, Case Manager, joined Fleming and Curti in August 2002. Bill is a native Arizonan, born in the small railroad town of Winslow. He has since lived in various parts of the country, including Nebraska, Colorado, and New Jersey. He always appreciated the spectacular geography and climate of the Southwest and returned to Arizona in 1986.

Bill graduated from Trenton State College with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He has completed graduate coursework in social work and special education and rehabilitation at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. He was previously employed by Child Protective Services, where he served as guardian for foster children. Bill’s other professional experience includes counseling Tohono O’odham children and their families on the reservation, and working with children and adults with disabilities and mental illness.

Most sunrises will find Bill walking his two dogs. He enjoys movies, meditation, and hikes. He recently purchased a house that he is fixing up rather slowly.


JESSICA GREGG, Case Manager,  joined Fleming & Curti in April 2013. Jessica grew up in Tucson where she attended Green Fields Country Day School. After graduation she moved to the Northwest and earned a Bachelors in English from Seattle University. Jessica traveled and moved extensively after college, serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa and later working in Special Education with the Austin Independent School District. Jessica comes to Fleming & Curti with experience working as a case manager at the non-profit, The Arc of the Capital Area in Austin, Texas.

When she’s not working, Jessica enjoys rehearsing and performing around town with the Tucson Improv Movement, seeing live music, walking her Miniature Pinscher, Sophie, and watching too much television.


Photo by Tucson photographer Martha Lochert.

NORMAN ROUNDY, Case Management Coordinator, is new to our staff, and hasn’t had time (what with all the work keeping up with our cases) to get his description online yet. He’s working on it.


Photo by Tucson photographer Martha Lochert.

CORA FRANKS, Case Manager, has been apart of the Tucson community to a lesser or greater extent over the past 15 years. She was born and raised on a small farm in Lingle, Wyoming and moved to Tucson permanently in 2008. After graduating from Mountain View High School, Cora returned to Wyoming to receive both her bachelor and master’s degree in social work with a concentration on the older adult population, specifically with individuals with dementia. She completed her practicums in a long term care setting and as a research assistant at Wyoming Center on Aging. She moved to Fort Collins, Colorado where she continued her work in a skilled nursing facility. Cora settled back in Tucson in March of 2019 and began her work at Fleming & Curti in April 2019.

When she is not at work, you will find Cora engrossed in searching for new recipes to try or cooking for others. She enjoys gardening, hiking, camping, spending time with her Pomeranian, Elton, or watching too much HBO.