Teniqua Broughton

Chief Executive Officer, State of Black Arizona

Teniqua Broughton is a curator of community connection. As Chief Executive Officer of the State of Black Arizona, Teniqua advances the organization’s mission of using actionable data to motivate our community, unite new partnerships and relationships, and create solutions. The evolution and paradigm shift of producing data-driven reports to raise awareness and incite action with accountability has been displayed throughout her tenure.

Her proven efficacy in educating communities and growing civic leaders is evident in her involvement in the expansion of the African American Leadership Institute.

A 2023 “Titan of Industry”, Teniqua has received numerous awards for her contributions: ASU 2021 MLK Community Servant-Leader Award, Phoenix Business Journal’s Most Admired Leader, and 2020 Governor’s Arts Award Individual Nomination.

Teniqua has a Master’s degree in educational administration and supervision, a bachelor’s in interdisciplinary studies in educational psychology-emphasis on theater for youth, and garners certificates as a certified nonprofit accounting professional (CNAP), nonprofit leadership and management, and equity and inclusion.