Updated: Sep 27, 2020
You read that title correctly. Hemo Times aquired this info from a source back in June of 2019. HemoAware Founder, Jesse John Francis Clark, kept this information from leaking due to the fact that he was a patient at the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center of Nevada (HTCNV)
As you may know, Clark had a falling out with HTCNV when they denied him medical care after he refused to sign a contract that would essentially silence him. Well, Hemo Times has been instructed to slowly release all information we have on HTCNV and the Nevada Chapter of The Hemophilia Foundation.
On June 14, 2019, Hemo Times received an email with a screen shot of two Nevada Chapter employees on Tinder. If you are not familiar with Tinder, it is a hook-up app. TMZ recently reported a high spike of Tinder users during the pandemic.
What is interesting is that there are two Nevada Chapter employees pictured. The Tinder account belongs to Christine Bettis, Chapter Development Coordinator for the Nevada Chapter of The National Hemophilia Foundation. (Pictured Right)
However, pictured to the left of Christine is Maureen Salazar-Magana, programs manager for the Nevada Chapter.
The interesting part about the photo is that we do not think Maureen has any idea that she appears on a sex app. The Tinder account belongs to Christine. It is odd because, usually, you would want to promote only yourself on a sex app. If you are going to post pictures of friends, at least get their permission, especially if you work for a small community and you are in the public eye. After this is leaked, we suspect a WTF text from Maureen to Christine.
Christine was brought to the Nevada Chapter by its current Executive Director, Betsy VanDeusen as Betsy worked as a part-time instructor at UNLV and knew Christine was looking for additional income.
Christine Bettis has since left the Nevada Chapter but Maureen is still a full-time employee and has been employed at the Nevada Chapter since spring of 2017. Christine is still a part-time instructor at UNLV and works in the English Department.
As Hemo Times reported yesterday, the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center of Nevada gave a $160,220,000 donation to the Nevada Chapter in a quid pro quo arrangement. Pictured below are Amber Federizo (HTCNV) and Betsy VanDeusen (NVNHF)
There is no shortage of dirt on The Nevada Chapter of The National Hemophilia Foundation and The Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center of Nevada.
Before we go, we gotta ask, would you swipe right?
Until next time.