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Dr. Eric Reiman, nationally recognized Alzheimer’s researcher, selected as new chair Dr. David Gullen, the longest-serving member of the Flinn Foundation board of directors, is stepping down as chair after 21 years of leading the philanthropic grantmaking organization. He will remain a board member through March 2024 before retiring. Gullen, a physician who practiced internal […]
Fellows Spotlight John Garcia III(Washington, D.C., 2012)Senior AdvisorUnited States Department of Education Twitter | LinkedIn 1. Can you please describe your work and how public policy impacts how you manage your organization? I’m currently a senior advisor in the Office of Policy, Evaluation and Planning at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. In my office, […]
By Brian PowellFlinn Foundation Kris Mayes had two main loves as a kid growing up in Prescott, Arizona. One was writing and journalism. The other, politics and government. Mayes has been remarkably successful in pursuing both her interests, serving as a reporter for the largest newspaper in the state, a governor’s press secretary, and holding […]
One of the highlights of the year for the Flinn Scholars is the annual Life Hack Day, which gathers current Scholars and alumni for a day of career development, mentoring, networking, and community. The Feb. 4 afternoon event at the Phoenix Art Museum attracted some 60 Flinn Scholars attending Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, […]