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Greater Phoenix Leadership Honors the Life of George Floyd

As we reflect on the anniversary of the tragic murder of George Floyd just one year ago, Greater Phoenix Leadership is committed -now, more than ever-  to the dismantlement of the systemic racial inequity plaguing our great nation, and to discussing, identifying and pursuing opportunities for Arizona’s CEO community to lead on these critically-important issues. Our thoughts and prayers remain

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Greater Phoenix Leadership Announces Election of Officers, Board Members

Greater Phoenix Leadership Announces Election of Officers, Board Members Greater Phoenix Leadership (GPL) announced new officer and board member additions at their May 6 annual meeting, conducted in a hybrid model, both virtually and also in-person for the first time since March 2020.  Board Chair and Arizona Cardinals Chairman and President Michael Bidwill will remain Chair until May 2022. Joining

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Greater Phoenix Leadership Announces Director, Racial Equity Advancement Project

Michael Langley to Commence Work on Racial Equity with CEO Organization Michael Langley will join Greater Phoenix Leadership as the Director of Member Engagement, Racial Equity Advancement Project.  In this role, Michael will deploy his experience with public-private partnerships, data management and law to develop and implement programs and engagement for Arizona CEOs to address racial equity issues in Arizona

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Statement on the George Floyd Murder Trial Verdict

The verdict in the George Floyd murder trial is an important first step toward reconciliation and justice; a first step toward the acknowledgement of systemic racial injustice in our society. Americans across all sectors of society must commit to the work required to remedy racial inequity plaguing our great nation. Arizona’s CEO community stands ready to lead these important conversations

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Disenfranchising Voters is not “Election Reform”

1700 W Washington Phoenix, Arizona 85007 Re: Business Leadership Opposition to Senate Bills 1485, 1593 and 1713 Members of the Arizona Legislature – The following business leaders of Greater Phoenix Leadership have signed onto the Arizona Capitol Time’s opinion editorial titled Disenfranchising Voters is not “Election Reform” in opposition to the legislative bills listed below. Senate Bill 1485: S/E NOW:

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Greater Phoenix Leadership Honors the Life of George Floyd

As we reflect on the anniversary of the tragic murder of George Floyd just one year ago, Greater Phoenix Leadership is committed -now, more than ever-  to the dismantlement of the systemic racial inequity plaguing our great nation, and to discussing, identifying and pursuing opportunities for Arizona’s CEO community to lead on these critically-important issues. Our thoughts and prayers remain

Read Full Article »

Greater Phoenix Leadership Announces Election of Officers, Board Members

Greater Phoenix Leadership Announces Election of Officers, Board Members Greater Phoenix Leadership (GPL) announced new officer and board member additions at their May 6 annual meeting, conducted in a hybrid model, both virtually and also in-person for the first time since March 2020.  Board Chair and Arizona Cardinals Chairman and President Michael Bidwill will remain Chair until May 2022. Joining

Read Full Article »

Greater Phoenix Leadership Announces Director, Racial Equity Advancement Project

Michael Langley to Commence Work on Racial Equity with CEO Organization Michael Langley will join Greater Phoenix Leadership as the Director of Member Engagement, Racial Equity Advancement Project.  In this role, Michael will deploy his experience with public-private partnerships, data management and law to develop and implement programs and engagement for Arizona CEOs to address racial equity issues in Arizona

Read Full Article »

Statement on the George Floyd Murder Trial Verdict

The verdict in the George Floyd murder trial is an important first step toward reconciliation and justice; a first step toward the acknowledgement of systemic racial injustice in our society. Americans across all sectors of society must commit to the work required to remedy racial inequity plaguing our great nation. Arizona’s CEO community stands ready to lead these important conversations

Read Full Article »

Disenfranchising Voters is not “Election Reform”

1700 W Washington Phoenix, Arizona 85007 Re: Business Leadership Opposition to Senate Bills 1485, 1593 and 1713 Members of the Arizona Legislature – The following business leaders of Greater Phoenix Leadership have signed onto the Arizona Capitol Time’s opinion editorial titled Disenfranchising Voters is not “Election Reform” in opposition to the legislative bills listed below. Senate Bill 1485: S/E NOW:

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