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Fellow Christina Spicer helping grow the Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council

May 2, 2023

By Jessica Vaile

Flinn-Brown Fellow Christina Spicer

Fellows Spotlight

Christina Spicer
(Phoenix, 2013)
Co-Chief Executive Officer
Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council

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A 2013 Flinn-Brown Fellow, Christina Spicer earned a Master’s in nonprofit management from Arizona State University in 2008. Shortly after, she joined the staff of Teach For America-Phoenix as the Manager of Corporation and Foundation Relations and was later promoted to Managing Director of Development. She managed the high-profile advisory board, was an active member of the leadership team, and led the development team responsible for annual fundraising revenues of more than $7 million each year.

After six years at Teach For America-Phoenix, Christina joined the Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) in 2014. She served as Deputy Director for three years with oversight of the programmatic operations (including girl program, product program, and camp), fund development, marketing, and the overall strategic direction of the Council. Integral in growing GSACPC’s annual fund from $600,000 in 2014 to $4 million in 2021, Christina served on the successful Campaign for Girls capital campaign that resulted in the building of the Parsons Leadership Center for Girls and Women, founded Badge Bash, and led the Day of the Girl, raising $1 million for GSACPC in a day. She also helped lead the organization amid the height of COVID-19, exceeding cookie sales goals annually.

In 2009, Christina founded CAMEO, a women’s mentorship organization. She currently serves on the Young & Empowered Women Board and the City of Phoenix’s Women Commission. She received the Phoenix Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award in 2022 and was named a Diverse Business Leader to Watch in 2023.


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