Past CivEx Sessions

Arizona Civic Exchange—CivEx—helps Arizonans deepen their commitment to public service, grapple with complex problems, and explore different viewpoints. All CivEx sessions are built to emphasize discussion with presenters and among participants. The program is open to the public on a registration basis.

2024

CivEx: 2024 Election Preview

May 15, 2024

The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership hosted CivEx webinar featuring election-year insights from nationally recognized polling expert Mike Noble, founder & CEO of Noble Predictive Insights, a nonpartisan public opinion polling, market research, and data analytics firm in Phoenix.


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2024

CivEx: Pima County Prosperity Initiative—A Collaborative Approach to Addressing Generational Poverty

March 27, 2024

The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership hosted a CivEx webinar about the Pima County Prosperity Initiative, a regional effort to reduce generational poverty and increase opportunity and assets for low-income families.


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2023

CivEx: Engaging Flagstaff’s Prop. 480—a Civil Discussion on a Contentious Issue

October 11, 2023

Flinn-Brown Fellows Dave Engelthaler, Ph.D. (Flagstaff, 2022) and Coral Evans, Ph.D. (Flagstaff, 2011) introduced an educational webinar on Flagstaff's Proposition 480, a citizen referendum on the approved re-zoning of a proposed Northern Arizona Healthcare hospital site.


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2023

CivEx: Running for Office

September 28, 2023

Flinn-Brown Fellow and Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission Voter Education Director Gina Roberts (Phoenix, 2019) facilitated a workshop for individuals interested in learning the essential skills and knowledge needed to run a successful political campaign.


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