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Leadership Volunteer Opportunity

Kevin Patrick, Class 17

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale is looking for a Board of Governor to join their team. The Clubs provide a positive, safe and fun environment to help Valley youth ages 6 to 18 develop qualities needed to reach their full potential. Today, the Clubs serve nearly 16,000 children and teenagers and offer more than 100 youth development programs to ensure their futures are bright.

Each Board of Governor is considered part of a network of working volunteers. The individual will serve on a standing committee which supports the organization with respect to facilities, programs, marketing, or human resources. Additionally, the Board of Governor will participate in at least one of the annual fundraising events. As well, through active support of the BGCGS fundraising efforts, the Board of Governor agrees to meet a $10,000 minimum annual financial support.

At a minimum, the Governor is expected to make a $1,000 leadership gift to the BGCGS Annual “Angels for Kids” Campaign.  Other financial support to meet the financial requirement are: support at special events, in-kind gifts, donations to the Foundation or Auxiliary, gifts or services that would otherwise be included in the BGCGS operating budget.

We are looking for excellent community partners, individuals who believe in the advocacy of the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale and its youth development philosophy.  If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity to join a strong and dedicated board, please contact Kevin Patrick at kpatrick@cox.net or (602) 573-6031.

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2011 in review

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Scottsdale Leadership celebrates milestone and announces Class XXV

Contact: Rachel Brockway
(480) 627-6710

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Scottsdale Leadership, Inc., a nonprofit community leadership organization serving Scottsdale and the surrounding community, is pleased to announce the newest class members for its 25th anniversary year. This year, 43 participants were selected for Class 25 and represent a varied cross-section of the community in terms of professional and cultural backgrounds.

“This is a special group because they represent the 25th class our organization has hosted in its leadership core program,” said Doreen Reinke, Scottsdale Leadership president and graduate of Class 17.

The nine-month program begins Sept. 3 and features curriculum that includes economic development, community stewardship, education, health care and public safety. The program enhances the success of community leaders by providing a knowledge base and support network from which members can contribute to their communities through awareness, involvement and trusteeship.

“Class 25 will follow in the footsteps of more than 800 Scottsdale Leadership alumni who have gone on to make significant contributions in Scottsdale and our state,” said Reinke. “We look forward to a rewarding and transformative future with these individuals as we celebrate our past.”

Scottsdale Leadership will commemorate its 25th anniversary throughout the year including a celebratory event in the spring.

Scottsdale Leadership Class 25 members are:

Korey Boals, Aviles & Alan;
Ken Brooks, Valley of the Sun United Way;
Gregory Cohen, Law Offices of Gregory Cohen;
Stephanie Connelly, Scottsdale Insurance Company;
Robert DeLeon, Scottsdale Fire Department;
Paul Dwight, Scottsdale Insurance Company;
Diane Fitzgerald-Verbonitz, Arizona Psychological Association;
John Froelich, FocalPoint Coaching;
Jim Grosso, YMCA Scottsdale/PV Branch;
Greg Hand, SRP;
Cynthia Hill, POSA Outreach Foundation;
Ruth Ingall, Mayo Clinic;
Lisa Johnson Stone, Law Offices of Stone & Davis;
Anne Jones, Workshops for Youth & Families;
Jeffrey Klefstad, SRP;
Denise Lewandowski, APS;
Kristina Luoma-Dyrr, Cactus Flower Florists;
Janice Marvin, HOTWIRE Development;
Magaly Masci, Masci-Vargas Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors;
Kathie May, faculty emeritus w/ Maricopa Community Colleges;
Valarie Miceli, Hilton Hotels – Embassy Suite Phx. Biltmore;
Jessica Moreau, Est Est;
Peg Mulloy, Republic Services;
Yvonne Murphy, Scottsdale Public Library;
Karen Nowak, Navigator Management Partners;
Ryan O’Daniel, Kyle Moyer & Company;
Pele Peacock, Alvarez & Gilbert;
Scott Popp, Scottsdale Police Department;
Kelly Ries, SRP;
Michael Ritter, City of Scottsdale;
John Schloz, Home Smart Real Estate;
Kerri Shearer, Ventana Fine Properties;
Dana Sherman, Scottsdale Prevention Institute;
Kristi Small, Republic Services;
Kristi Staab, Kristi Staab Enterprises;
John Thomas, Desert Pacific Commercial Real Estate;
Kelly Tope, Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau;
Drew Vallorano, SRP;
Francesca Watkins, Scottsdale Community College;
Cynthia Wenstrom, Realty Executives;
Travis Yarlagadda, Henkel Consumer Goods, Inc.;
Katherine Yu, Henkel Consumer Goods, Inc.;
Jessica Zambo, Empire West Title Agency

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Scottsdale Leadership is proud to celebrate 25 years of serving the community through its leadership development and alumni programs. Scottsdale Leadership prepares citizens to take on leadership roles in an ever-changing world.  To date more than 800 graduates have been empowered to lead youth, civic, and philanthropic organizations in Scottsdale and throughout Arizona.

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