Whether in the public or private sectors, the call for talent and leadership development is everywhere. Transitions, as we are experiencing now in state government, shine an especially bright light on the continual demand for leaders with the knowledge, skills, commitment, and networks to get the state’s work done. Flinn-Brown is an investment in this
What do you get when entrepreneurs start businesses to fund community problem-solving? Social enterprise, according to AZ LeaderForce executive director Steve Capobres. This civic leadership organization with 15 years of service in a variety of programs, and nearly a decade of experience matching civic leaders with community-based organizations to ensure growth, has embraced social enterprise
The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership has chosen 35 more Arizonans as Fellows in the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy. The 2014 Fellows come from urban centers and rural communities and have careers in small businesses, startup firms, major corporations, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, state agencies, federal institutions, and local governments.
At the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership, we are fortunate to meet and work with many talented Arizonans. Unfortunately, I have not yet had the pleasure of meeting the obviously talented members of the Ellington Band at the Tucson Jazz Institute. In May, these high school students won—for the second year in a row—the most prestigious prize available to a young jazz ensemble, First Place at the Essentially Ellington 2014 Jazz Band Competition and Festival. Now in its 19th year, the competition is sponsored and produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center and led by jazz great Wynton Marsalis. Bands are invited to compete with 15 appearing in the 2014 finals.
Applications for the 2014 Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy are due May 19. Learn more about the Flinn-Brown opportunity from Nancy Welch, Vice President of the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership.
The Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy has put out the call for applicants for its 2014 cohort. Now in its fourth year, the long-term initiative is unique in Arizona because it identifies and nurtures future state-level leaders. Get to know more about its benefits from these segments on KAET and KUAT. Tucsonans Gain from Civic Leadership
The Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy is the flagship program of the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership but it is also just one of many activities. This e-book introduces Flinn-Brown, through “10 Reasons to Apply for Flinn-Brown” and also reflects the center’s growth and numerous other activities. The e-book includes the recently published Elements of Civic
For my mother’s generation, memorizing poetry was as basic as learning to read and write. Conversations in our home as a result were often punctuated with quotations, particularly in humorous situations. Even with an affinity for poetry, I am sorry to say that I had not heard of the Poetry Center at the University of
Kansas Leadership Center CEO Ed O’Malley was one of our featured guests at the Civic Leadership Exchange on March 20. Nancy Welch, Vice President of the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership, had a chance to record this interview with him during his stop in Phoenix. As the founding president of Kansas Leadership Center in 2007,
The US was never the same after the Beatles appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show 50 years ago this year. But a number of notable Arizona 50th anniversaries deserve just as much attention as the Fab Four’s milestone. One is that Republican Burton Barr, “the energetic and highly pragmatic consensus-building majority leader” according to political