Tag: arizona

State Board of Education votes to repeal Common Core

This motion aims to remove controversy that surrounds ACCRS from the discussion and maintain the focus on Arizona students.

Health care Q&A: Dean of U of A’s College of Medicine on Arizona’s thriving industry

Dr. Stuart Flynn, dean of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, is a recognized leader in the health care...


Arizona Manufacturer’s Month spotlights vital economic activity

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has declared October 2015 the third annual Arizona Manufacturer’s Month, to recognize the state’s 4,500 manufacturers...


Sen. Flake outlines path to protecting Arizona’s water supplies

As report after report fills the news of California’s water crisis, we cannot help but wonder what actions Arizona leaders...


2015 ATHENA Award Finalist: Ashley Kasarjian, Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.

Ashley Kasarjian, counsel at Snell & Wilmer L.L.P., is a finalist for the 2015 ATHENA Award in the Young Professional...


2015 ATHENA Award Finalist: Lea Phillips, Ballard Spahr, L.L.P.

Lea Phillips, associate at Ballard Spahr L.L.P., is a finalist for the 2015 ATHENA Award in the Young Professional category. Click...


ATHENA finalists share mottos that motivate them

Enthusiastic about work, community and mentorship, the ATHENA finalists are all incredibly impressive women in their fields. From entrepreneurs to...


Serving in the Spotlight: Former Arizona Gov. Janice K. Brewer on governing, growing and giving back

Janice K. Brewer is passionate about community involvement and giving back to others. Serving as Arizona’s fourth female governor and...


Young professionals reveal scariest networking moments

With Halloween just around the corner, the thought of ghouls, ghosts and goblins can give anyone a good fright. For...


Words of Wisdom: ATHENA Young Professionals share their mottos

The ATHENA Awards recognizes women who have achieved the pinnacle of success while investing in themselves, their profession, their community...