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NEWS FROM ARIZONA CENTER FOR CIVIC LEADERSHIP

Rise to the occasion in these remarkable times: 2017 Flinn-Brown application now available

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Is Flinn-Brown or CivEx your next step? Applications are now open for the Flinn-Brown 2017 cohort. Click for more information and to apply. CivEx, an introduction to state policy and politics in Arizona will be presented in February 2018. Registration will open for the free program in September 2017. Click to sign up for email

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FLINN-BROWN FELLOWS UPDATES

Flinn-Brown Fellows from across the state are moving ahead to more leadership achievements. Check back frequently for more updates.

Alesia Ash, Gwen Calhoun, Mignonne Hollis, Peter Huisking, Jane Strain, and Matt Walsh (Sierra Vista) led a terrific study trip to Fort Huachuca and the San Pedro River in February.
Elizabeth Carpio (Phoenix) oversees six AHCCCS divisions as the Assistant Deputy Director of Business Operations.
Jaime Dempsey (Phoenix) is now serving on the board for the national Grantmakers in the Arts.
Toni Eberhardt (Scottsdale) accepted a public information officer reservist position with the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs.
Joel Edman (Phoenix) is now the executive director of the Arizona Advocacy Network.
Angelica Garcia (Tempe) was promoted to strategic-initiatives manager for the Division of Employment and Rehabilitation Services at Arizona Department of Economic Security.
Drew John (Safford), Daniel Hernandez (Tucson) and Ken Clark (Phoenix) are now members of the Arizona House of Representatives.
Julie Katsel (Tucson) was appointed to the Pima County Commission on Trial Court Appointments.
Sean Price (Phoenix) is now assistant director of the Division of Benefits and Medical Eligibility within the Department of Economic Security.
Bill Ring (Flagstaff) is now Coconino County Attorney.
Drew Trojanowski (Washington, D.C.) is the military legislative assistant for U.S. Sen. John McCain.

Daniel Ruiz

Daniel Ruiz was promoted to senior advisor for Agency Affairs and Election Policy for Governor Ducey. He previously served as Director of Media Affairs for the office.

Kimulet Winzer

Kimulet Winzer is currently the West Region Compliance Director for UnitedHealth Care Community and State. This Takeaways video gives her perspective on the close connection between business and civic leadership.

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Ben Graff

Ben Graff was elected to the board of the Central Arizona Project in 2016 and is part of the next generation of water leaders.

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