Alumni

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    A DREAM OF COLLEGE A warm, sun-drenched kitchen, flour-dusted countertops, warm tortillas fresh from the cast-iron skillet and ceramic bowls practically spilling over with carefully measured ingredients – these are some of...
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    THE NEW OPPORTUNITY Anthony ‘Tony’ Kong was born in Trinidad and Tobago, but when the county experienced civil unrest in the 1970s, his family moved to Arizona in hopes of a brighter future. Tony’s grandparents and uncle...
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    Dennis Gaffney's rich 35-year construction career includes leadership roles such as development, project administration, and general contracting across numerous building sectors including multi-family, assisted living, and...
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    Sheila Grinell built her career on creating science museums across the country; most notably she was the founding CEO of the Arizona Science Center. Now retired from that profession, she has set off on a new successful...
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    Andrew “Scooter” Molander attended Phoenix College from 1985 to 1986. As the quarterback of the Bears, he led them to a 2nd place national ranking in 1985 and a 6th place ranking in 1986. In 1986, Scooter was named to the...
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    The Phoenix College community, along with all Arizonans, have heavy hearts today as we learn of the passing of former Governor Rose Mofford. A beloved icon of Arizona politics, we are proud and honored to include her as a...
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    On June 22, the community gathered to recognize the 2016 class of Arizona Latina Trailblazers – a cohort of Latinas who have positively impacted their communities. The event also marked the opportunity to recognize tomorrow’...
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    Angela Hughey '97 is the co-founder of ONE Community, a member-based coalition of socially responsible businesses, organizations and individuals who support diversity, inclusion and equality for all Arizonans. In 2013,...