Dave Brown

Dave Brown

Women Who Lead for Arizona

Arizona’s history has been shaped by incredible women leaders, breaking down barriers in politics and professions and laying the foundation for championing community and civil rights that continues today.

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Dave Brown

Ready to Lead in 2021?

You’re no doubt ready to hit the ground running as we start off 2021, and so is VL. If getting engaged in the community is a resolution for you, we’re here to help.

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Dave Brown

How Is a River Formed?

I keep thinking about a proverb that Jack McCain learned when he was in Afghanistan: drop by drop, a river is made. He acknowledged, as so many of us have, that change can take time, but those small changes add up. Our Impact Maker teams work on big, challenging issues that can mean rethinking how our systems are made – and they’ve been busy in these last few months. Drop by drop, they’re having impact and making progress.

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What’s Your Impact?

What does impact mean to you? At Valley Leadership, we work to give you the tools to take action and lead at any level – and to make your own impact.

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4 Ways to Connect and Engage

The pandemic has changed a lot in our day-to-day lives, but we hope we can continue to be a source for you to connect, be inspired and get involved with the most pressing issues facing Arizona.

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Learning + Doing

Meet the newest members of the Valley Leadership family and find out what members of our Impact Maker have been working on this summer in areas of education, hunger and responding to Covid-19.

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A Message from Valley Leadership: Our Commitment to Our Community

The deaths of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Breonna Taylor in Louisville and Dion Johnson here in Phoenix – among many others – have been heartbreaking. It is important to us that you, as our community, know that we are angered by these deaths and that we stand together in solidarity to root out racism from our systems. We believe that Black Lives Matter.

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