105th Arizona Town Hall – November 2nd – 5th

| October 13, 2014

105th Arizona Town Hall

November 2-5, 2014
South Rim of the Grand Canyon, Arizona

“Arizona’s Economy” will actively engage in panel discussions about how to use Arizona’s unique strengths to support a thriving economy for all of Arizona’s diverse communities. Through the consensus-building process, the diverse participants will determine solutions and action steps. Download the background report that has been prepared by Arizona State University.

Monday’s lunch speaker on the topic of “How Arizona Can Capitalize on Global Economic Trends” is Dr. James A. (Jim) Crupi, President and founder of Strategic Leadership Solutions, Inc. Monday’s dinner presentation will be made by Mary Murphy, an officer at The Pew Charitable Trusts, who serves as a principal analyst on Pew’s state and local fiscal health initiatives.

Scholarships Available:  Thanks to a substantial scholarship fund established by Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), more Arizona small business owners will have their opinions heard when it comes to issues important to the state. The scholarship has been named after founding Arizona Town Hall President, Shirley Agnos.

BCBS has contributed $25,000 to the Arizona Town Hall that will be used to invite and engage small business leaders and others who might not otherwise be able to participate in the three-day Town Hall process. While many diverse individuals are invited, often the fees or time away from work prevents their participation. This scholarship fund will help to alleviate some of those issues.

Applicants/recipients must be able to share in the attendance cost (total cost est. at $800-$1200) and individual scholarships shall not exceed $500.

Download and print the Scholarship Form.

Agenda:  See a Brief Agenda of the event.

If you would like to receive an invitation to this Town Hall, please contact the Town Hall office at 602-252-9600.

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