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Civic Leadership

Matt Walsh brings awareness of Fort Huachuca’s mission and impact to Arizona policymakers

By Brian Powell Flinn Foundation Matt Walsh describes Fort Huachuca as “not on the beaten path to anywhere.” But that is an advantage for the military base’s mission and United States national security, even as it adds layers of significance and challenge to Walsh’s role as the executive liaison assistant to the installation Commanding General […]


$30,000 for Arizona bioscience startups now available

The Flinn Foundation’s Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program has opened its 2019 application for Arizona early-stage bioscience firms. The program provides $30,000 in funding support for up to six firms each year, administered through a nonprofit partner. Opportunities are also offered to engage with the state’s bioscience, academic, and policy leaders. As a new benefit this year, […]

Civic Leadership

Flinn-Brown Academy opens 2019 application

The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership at the Flinn Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2019 Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy. Applications will be accepted through November 12. The Academy builds Fellows’ expertise in policy and politics and introduces them to the networks that make things happen in Arizona. The Academy will include 14 public-policy seminar […]

Amy Umaretiya, undergraduate researcher, Biodesign Institute at ASU

Flinn Scholars

2019 Flinn Scholarship application now available

Next spring, 20 of the most outstanding high-school seniors in Arizona will be selected as the 34th 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 2019 Flinn Scholarship application is now open. […]