Ellevate Phoenix and DLA Presents AZ Women Lead

Date: 30-Mar-2016
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March 2016 Workshop Registration

“Arizona Women Lead"  

presented by 

Ellevate Phoenix & DLA 


Wednesday, March 30, 2016

8:00am - 12:00 Noon (Registration begins at 7:30AM) 

South Mountain Community College  
7050 S 24th St, Phoenix, AZ 85042  (map it) 
Complimentary Event w/ light refreshments - RSVP today!




Please join us on March 30 when Ellevate Phoenix and Diversity Leadership Alliance join forces to present Arizona Women Lead, celebrating Women’s History Month 2016. This half-day, interactive workshop is designed to inspire and energize our community across the Valley as we explore how women leaders in Arizona blaze trails while creating a more vibrant community. 

Special thanks to our sponsor Wells Fargo

Keynote Speaker: 

Nona Lee PicNona Lee, Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Arizona Diamondbacks 

In her 17th season with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2016 and seventh as Senior Vice President & General Counsel. Lee has served as Vice President & General Counsel since 2005, overseeing all legal issues for the organization. Before dedicating her time solely to the D-backs, she served as Associate General Counsel (2000-04) and Vice President and Associate General Counsel (2004-05) for the Phoenix Suns, D-backs, Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Rattlers, Chase Field, US Airways Center and the Dodge Theater.



Deborah Ostreicher PicDeborah Ostreicher, Assistant Director at Sky Harbor Airport 

Deborah has been with Sky Harbor since 1996 and was appointed Assistant Aviation Director in 2015. In this role she oversees the Air Service Development, Government Relations, Community Outreach, Planning, Environmental and Public Relations departments. 

Division Fire Chief Lisa Jones, City of Phoenix 

A native Phoenician, Lisa Jones joined the Phoenix Fire Department in 1993.  During her 23 years of service, she has held the positions of Firefighter, Fire Engineer, Fire Captain and specialty positions as an Emergency Paramedic and a member of the Technical Rescue Team.  Lisa was the first African American woman to be hired as a Firefighter in the City of Phoenix.

Jan Cleere PicJan Cleere, Historian Author specializing in the women of Arizona 

Author and historian Jan Cleere writes extensively about the people who first settled in the desert southwest. She lectures around the state about early women pioneers who were instrumental in settling and civilizing the Territory of Arizona. She is Roads Scholar with the Arizona Humanities Council, and serves on the Coordinating Council of the Arizona Women’s Heritage Trail, an organization dedicated to linking women’s history to historic sites throughout the state. She also writes a monthly column, “Western Women,” for Tucson’s Arizona Daily Star newspaper detailing the lives of some of Arizona’s early amazing women. 

Activity Facilitator

Terri Tierney Clark, CEO, Summit Leadership Advisors 

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