Nicola Winkel discusses a national model for bringing together employment, health and community services for veterans, servicemembers and their families.
President Andrew Morrill makes a case for reinvesting in public education.
Head of School & CEO Leah Fregulia-Roberts discusses the founding of a public charter school for the arts, and how it’s situated in the larger context of education in Arizona.
Dean Kwang-Wu Kim discusses the merger of the design and arts schools at Arizona State University, and how the interests of students and faculty remain front and center.
CEO MaryAnn Guerra discusses how nonprofits advance biomedical research in Arizona.
President & CEO Paul Mulligan points to high graduation rates of students who attend independent schools with the help of school tuition tax credits.
President & CEO Deborah Gilpin discusses what happens when staff challenge children by allowing them, rather than their parents, to define play.
President & CEO Fred Karnas discusses the mission of St. Luke’s to improve the health of Arizonans by supporting innovative programs that strengthen healthy communities.
Executive Dean Rob Melnick discusses how Arizona State University advances sustainability across all its programs.
Director Letitia Chambers discusses updating the Heard Museum’s exhibitions, and the contributions of artists of both native and non-native descent.
Executive Director Donna Magnuson discusses the impact that Arizona has on refugees, and the contributions that refugees make to Arizona’s economy.
President & CEO Stuart Wachs discusses the opportunities presented by the merger of the Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center and the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix.