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Teniqua Broughton passionately leads in the arts and African-American communities

Teniqua Broughton loves the arts, whether it’s going to see musical theatre, visiting a new installation at the Desert Botanical Garden or watching any style of dance. Yet for Broughton, a leader in the Valley’s arts and African-American communities, her true passion is exposing others to the programs. “This is where my heart is, working […]

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Civic Leadership

Arizona Center for Civic Leadership names 2016 Flinn-Brown Fellows

The independent, nonpartisan Arizona Center for Civic Leadership has selected 36 individuals as the 2016 cohort of the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy, a group of Arizonans from across the state and all walks of life and perspectives who share a commitment to state-level public service. The Flinn-Brown experience begins with Fellows, who are selected competitively, […]

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Civic Leadership

Diana Rhoades advocates for National Park Service during its centennial year

Diana Rhoades has long been an advocate on behalf of parks and wildlands—whether it’s a large national forest or a small neighborhood park—through a career spent crafting public policy and strategic messaging. So it seems fitting that during the National Park Service’s centennial, being celebrated this month, the Flinn-Brown Fellow is serving as a NPS […]

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Flinn Scholars

2017 Flinn Scholarship application now open

Next spring, 20 of the most outstanding high-school seniors in Arizona will be selected as the 32nd class of Flinn Scholars. Would you like to join this absolutely brilliant, fun-loving, globe-trotting community of young adults ready to make a difference in Arizona and the world? Then do it! The due date for the Flinn Scholarship […]