Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. and Kimber Lanning have been named the 72nd Man & Woman of the Year!
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Valley Leadership Names 72nd Man & Woman of the Year
Kimber Lanning and Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. will be Valley Leadership’s 72nd Man & Woman of the Year. The pair were selected because of their commitment to Arizona and track record of impact in the community, particularly on the state’s most pressing issues.
Celebrate Hispanic and Latinx VL Alumni
September 15 marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month. With going back-to-school in mind for us at VL this month, we want to celebrate a few VL alums who are making an impact on the education landscape in Arizona.
Valley Leadership Selects 114 Arizonans for Catalyze
Valley Leadership has selected 114 Arizonans to be part of the inaugural class of Catalyze, a completely virtual program designed to set people up to take action in the community. The cohort represents a diverse cross-section of sectors, industries and experience.