After more than five years in a key role at the Flinn Foundation, Executive Vice President Cathy McGonigle has announced her retirement. McGonigle’s departure June 26 will trigger three additional leadership changes at the Foundation. Two of the further staff moves will be internal. Brad Halvorsen has been named the Foundation’s new Executive Vice President.
In Tucson, an unsung architectural oasis New York Times Fellow Demion Clinco, leader of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, is quoted throughout this love-letter travelogue about Tucson. Solving Latino achievement gap critical for Arizona’s future Arizona Daily Star Fellow Lea Márquez Peterson, President/CEO, Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Eileen Klein, President, Arizona Board of
Native Arizonan Arnold Elias served in the Arizona House of Representatives from 1959-1962, but his election came about in an unusual way. As a political-science student at the University of Arizona after a stint in the military, he became a House candidate as part of a class project. Listen to the whole story in this
Arizona Gov. Ducey recently announced the launch of the Arizona Zanjeros—a business leadership group of CEOs and executives tasked with promoting Arizona as “the ideal place to live, work, play, recreate, retire, visit, build a business and get an education.” Flinn-Brown Fellow and President/CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Lea Márquez Peterson, is co-chair