Leading with Principle: A Discussion with Arizona’s Business Leaders
August 15, 2019 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Angels Trumpet Ale House Arcadia
2339 North 44th St., Phoenix, AZ 85008
Are you interested in free markets, limited government, and individual liberty? Join us as we launch the Phoenix Chapter of America’s Future Foundation to learn more about how you can make a difference in your community, meet new people, and enjoy a drink on us!
Glenn Hamer, president and CEO of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Karrin Robson, from the Arizona Board of Regents and President at Arizona Strategies, will be joining us to discuss their journey in business and building a reputation as a principled leader in Arizona. Austin Jack from the Goldwater Institute and chapter leader of AFF-Phoenix will be moderating the discussion.
5:30PM Cocktail Reception – please arrive on time to eat & drink on us!
6:15PM Program Begins
7:15PM Audience Q&A
7:30PM Program Ends
Light Appetizers and one drink ticket per guest will be provided.
About our speakers:
Glenn Hamer has been president and CEO of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry since 2006. He has overseen the organization’s development into one of the most respected pro-business public policy entities in the state, notching significant wins in tax policy, education, regulatory reform, healthcare and tort reform that have greatly enhanced Arizona’s economic competitiveness.
Glenn is a sought after advisor in public policy. He represents the Arizona Chamber on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Public Affairs Committee and its Committee of 100, and he is a member of the board of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Arizona Mexico Commission, and serves as the vice chairman of the Arizona Charter Schools Association.
You can learn more about Glenn Hamer here.
Karrin Taylor Robson:
Governor Doug Ducey appointed Karrin Taylor Robson to the Arizona Board of Regents in June of 2017. She current serves as the chair of the Finance, Capital and Resources Committee, the chair of the University Property Oversight Committee and is a member of the Research and Health Sciences Committee and the Audit Committee. In addition to her role with the Arizona Board of Regents Karrin serves as a member of the Civic Leaders Group for the US Air Force Chief of Staff, she is a member of the invisionAZ Board, the chair of the Joe Foss Institute and a member of the executive committee of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council.
Regent Taylor Robson is the founder and president of Arizona Strategies, a land-use strategy company headquartered in Phoenix. Prior to forming Arizona Strategies, Regent Taylor Robson served as executive vice president of DMB Associates, Inc., a Scottsdale-based master-planned community developer where she was responsible for ongoing land use entitlement matters and other efforts for its communities and businesses. She continues to provide strategic leadership for clients at the local, state and federal level.
You can learn more about Karrin Taylor Robson here.