Quality of Life
Fast Facts: Arizona’s Water Position
Arizona leads the nation with rigorous water conservation efforts, and because of the 1980 Groundwater Management Act, Arizona has the legal and physical infrastructure that maintains a 100-year assured water supply to meet the current and future needs of residents and industry. Arizona is currently below 1957 water usage levels due to increased conservation methods […]View Post »
Greater Phoenix: Where you’re free to be you
Meet local organizations furthering inclusion and providing resources to the LGBTQ+ community in Greater Phoenix We are an ally of the LGBTQ+ community and the work to build an inclusive and equitable community doesn’t stop when the calendar flips. Phoenix and Tempe, Ariz. both scored perfect 100s on the 2020 Municipal Equality Index from the Human Rights Campaign and nine Arizona cities including Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa and Glendale have passed anti-discrimination ordinances. We encourage […]View Post »
Meet Compliance Testing: World-class electronics...
As a region, we’re on a relentless pursuit of innovation and technology, and companies here are committed to changing the game. It’s all about people, place and tech in Greater Phoenix. Learn more about Compliance Testing’s story from their COO Brad Bonomo. What is your company mission? Brad Bonomo: Compliance Testing is your expert partner in […]View Post »
Regional Report: Balancing Arizona’s Water Supply...
How to address future demands for Arizona’s water supply Arizona leads the nation with its rigorous water conservation effort, but per-capita water use has been plateauing. Arizona will not be able to keep conserving at higher rates using our past methods. The state and Greater Phoenix are in good position to operate for more than […]View Post »
A story about opportunity: Phillip
I’m Phillip Pipkins, vice president, technology banking at Silicon Valley Bank (SVB). I’m originally from Miami, Florida but I’ve lived in Arizona for the past 20 years. When I was deciding which college to attend, I had narrowed it down to two options, one of which was Arizona State University. After being accepted into both, […]View Post »
A story about work/life balance: Catherine
I’m Catherine Spillman and I joined Voya Financial in the spring of 2020 as their Customer Contact Center Director. Since day one, it’s been evident to me that I made the right choice. Voya truly values each and every one of their employees. This is demonstrated through their numerous onboarding, training and development programs, that […]View Post »
A story about building a life: Erik
I’m Erik Long, account executive at Front. I’ve been with the company for the past two years working in the Bay Area, but when they opened a new office in Phoenix I jumped at the opportunity to move to the region. As my fiancé and I were deciding if we should make the move to […]View Post »
A story about diversity: Ashley
I’m Ashley Dancer, cloud services professional at Acronis. I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska and moved to Greater Phoenix in 2018 in search of greater opportunities and I found them. One of the things I’ve grown to love about Greater Phoenix is its diversity. Growing up in a smaller town, there were certain […]View Post »
Meet Realty Executives International: Phoenix-based...
A conversation with Public Relations and Marketing Specialist Kaylee Stock Tell us about your company: Kaylee Stock: Founded in 1965 in Phoenix, Arizona by Dale Rector, Realty Executives quickly established themselves as an industry disruptor. Seeing a pattern of agents paying high commissions and keeping low profit, Rector set out to create a business that […]View Post »
Regional Report: Housing affordability
As Maricopa County’s growth continues, the topic of housing affordability has come to the forefront. Four local industry leaders joined our Regional Report last week to discuss projections and how Greater Phoenix can remain proactive as the population increases at a faster rate than housing. Panelists included: Diana Yazzie Devine, President/CEO, Native American Connections Maurice […]View Post » 1 2 3 … 5 Next »