Arizona Public Media
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Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is committed to being a trusted source of content and educational services that foster an informed, active citizenry, civil and thoughtful conversation, and community collaboration.


AZPM envisions a community in which ideas abound, knowledge is sought, learning never ends, and where innovative, adaptive audiences help solve community challenges to enrich life and expand human potential.


Service We are committed to using our creative, technical, financial, and human capital to deliver exceptional, high-quality, resilient services to diverse audiences in Southern Arizona and beyond. Trust We are committed to earning trust through adherence to professional standards, and by building and sustaining equitable, mutually beneficial internal and external relationships. Accountability We embrace our responsibility to be professional, equitable, and transparent to the extent possible in our interactions with each other and the community. Initiative We strive to be agile, encouraging internal professional growth and innovation for the benefit of the community. Respect We value honesty, integrity, inclusivity, compassion, and civility. We encourage the open exchange of knowledge and ideas and strive to maintain a respectful and safe environment that supports diversity of opinion.
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Dear Friends

Throughout 2022, Arizona Public Media continued its legacy of engaging, impactful, and highly visual storytelling focused on Southern Arizona’s public affairs, science, arts and culture, nature, environment, and social issues. AZPM continues to grow and engage viewers, evidenced by solid Nielsen ratings, state-wide broadcast of its flagship program, Arizona Illustrated, and an increasing number of its stories broadcast to a national audience. AZPM’s body of work and staff continue to garner many regional and national media awards.

Education remains at the forefront of AZPM’s mission. In response to challenges presented by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, AZPM produced School in the Time of COVID: Community Conversations, a four-part Facebook Live event in which local students, teachers, school counselors, experts, and parents discussed their experiences navigating the education landscape during the pandemic. Arizona At-Home Learning continued to provide K-12 digital resources and educational television programs aligned with state curriculum standards, as well as collection of resources to assist with handling educational, social, and emotional issues. In partnership with Biosphere 2 and University of Arizona Digital Learning, AZPM developed the Biosphere 2 Rainforest Virtual Field Trip, a free, immersive virtual experience that takes students on an interactive exploration of biodiversity in global rainforests.

Viewers and listeners statewide relied on AZPM’s television, radio, and online news programs for information on local and state public affairs, world news, and issues that affect Southern Arizona. NPR 89.1’s content sharing partnership with sister NPR stations across the state (KJZZ/Phoenix, KNAU/Flagstaff, and KAWC/Yuma) pooled and focused resources to provide improved news coverage to listeners across Arizona. AZPM staff earned 15 individual regional Emmy® awards in 2021 and 10 more in the fall of 2022. In addition, AZPM was recognized with five regional Edward R. Murrow awards for journalistic excellence in 2022. In response to growing demand for digital content, AZPM launched its first podcast, Gavel to Gavel, offering insight into the workings of the Arizona state legislature, and continues to produce new podcasts on a variety of topics.

Arizona Public Media is generously provided as a community service of the University of Arizona. Your continued support makes it possible for AZPM to share the rich heritage and unique cultures of Southern Arizona throughout the region and, digitally, with audiences around the globe. We are humbled by and grateful for your continued investment in Arizona Public Media.

Sincerely yours,

Jack GibsonJack Gibson signatureJACK GIBSON Chief Executive Officer
Arizona Public Media
Lisa RulneyLisa Rulney signatureLISA N. RULNEY Senior Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer, University of Arizona
Hope HennesseyHope Hennessey signatureHope Hennessey Chair, AZPM Community Advisory Board
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The premiere season of All Creatures Great and Small was one of PBS’s biggest hits of 2021, delighting television viewers exhausted by lockdown and ongoing political crises.
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PBS 6, PBS 6 Plus, and PBS Kids

AZPM's television programming remains a source of entertainment, education, and trusted news for Southern Arizona viewers. For the 19th year in a row, Americans ranked PBS and its member stations as the most-trusted media institution among a consideration set that includes commercial cable and broadcast television, newspapers, streaming services, and others.1 The primetime lineup on PBS 6 includes critically-acclaimed documentaries and dramas from FRONTLINE, Nature, and MASTERPIECE; and every weekday morning PBS KIDS shows from Sesame Street to Alma’s Way educate and captivate young minds. Arizona Illustrated continues to highlight the culture and diversity of our region through thoughtful storytelling. 1. Source: 2022 nationwide survey conducted for PBS by Marketing & Research Resources, Inc.


PBS 6 offers fan favorites like PBS NewsHour, Finding Your Roots, NOVA, and MASTERPIECE, while Arizona Illustrated brings art and culture home for Southern Arizona.

Children’s programming, airing weekday mornings on PBS 6, makes learning fun.


PBS 6 PLUS provides an alternative schedule to what’s on PBS 6. With an emphasis on how-to programming, viewers can cook, garden, or armchair travel the world. Current affairs, news, music, the arts, drama, and a dose of exercise round out PBS 6 PLUS schedules.


PBS KIDS programs make a positive impact through curriculum-based entertainment with affirmative role models and content designed to nurture a child’s total well-being. Education-based programming like Molly of Denali, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and Wild Kratts is available 24/7.

Among the top public media stations for Full Week Viewership
AZPM’s flagship station, PBS 6, was again ranked among the top public television stations in the country for full week viewership.
#1  for cumulative audiences
PBS 6 ranked #1 among the 56 top media markets in the country for cumulative (unduplicated) audiences.
8 out of ten households in Southern Arizona watched PBS 6 this year
Eight of every ten households in Southern Arizona watched PBS 6 over the course of the year.
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Jack Gibson, AZPM CEO, and Gary Packard, Dean of the College of Applied Science and Technology, count down as Summer Hom, AZPM Cochise County Reporter, cuts the ribbon to the AZPM Cochise County News Bureau.
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NPR, Classical, Jazz, and BBC World News

In the fall of 2022, AZPM News launched its Cochise County News Bureau, based at the University of Arizona's College of Applied Science and Technology campus in Sierra Vista. AZPM’s embedded reporter, Summer Hom, focuses exclusively on Cochise County issues and events. The Cochise County News Bureau is a natural outgrowth of the addition of KUAS-FM 88.9 radio broadcast signal that serves Southeastern Arizona.


Discover the most important stories, wherever they are happening. NPR 89.1 offers the most listened to radio news programs in America: Morning Edition and All Things Considered, as well as original local productions like The Buzz and Arizona Spotlight.


Unwind with 24 hours of classical music from the middle ages to the present day. Programs like Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin invite you to delve into the stories behind the music.


Jazz 89.1 HD2 brings you 24 hours of creative melody, harmony, and rhythm. Tune in any time to enjoy music by artists like Billie Holiday, Miles Davis, and Pat Metheny.


Catch up on interviews, news, and analysis of the day’s global events, any time, every day from world-renowned journalists and storytellers on the 24-hour BBC World News channel.

Rachel Martin
Morning Edition
Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin on Classical 90.5
Billie Holiday
Jazz 89.1
BBC World News
Ukraine conflict coverage
BBC World News
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NPR, Classical, Jazz, and BBC World News
#1 for listeners age 50+NPR 89.1 continues to rank #1 for listeners age 50+ and among the top 3 stations for listeners age 12+ among all Tucson radio stations.
Best radio station for news It was also voted the best radio station for news by readers of the Tucson Weekly for the 18th straight year.
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DIGITAL, AZPM Passport, YouTubeTV, and social media

Anyone with an internet connection can easily access programming and information via AZPM’s growing lineup of digital services.

AZPM.orgAZPM.ORG Visitors to can stream live TV and radio programs, search schedules, find out about events, access educational materials, and get the latest news updates from AZPM’s digital newsroom. AZPM’s original offerings can also be found across social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, often with special behind-the-scenes extras.


AZPM Passport offers extended access to thousands of titles on smart TVs or streaming devices to members contributing $60 per year or more. Exclusive content is available on demand, allowing members to binge-watch their favorite programs, explore new titles, catch up on news, or take a front-row seat at arts and cultural performances. AZPM Passport usage grew 67% over 12 months, and total streams rose by 45%1.

1. Source: PBS VPPA data, July 2021 to June 2022
Watch your favorite PBS Shows with AZPM PassportWatch all of your favorite PBS shows on your mobile device with the PBS App.
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AZPM Passport
Total streams
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Arizona Illustrated
Arizona Illustrated
Arizona Illustrated, AZPM's flagship television production and one of the longest running series in public media nationally, offers thought-provoking, diverse stories that reflect the Southern Arizona community through stunning photography and powerful storytelling.
Your Vote 2022
Your Vote 2022
AZPM News was Southern Arizona’s source for up-to-the-minute election coverage, providing comprehensive coverage on radio, television, online, and via podcasts. Leading up to the election, AZPM offered a weekly half-hour Your Vote 2022 television special with information about the candidates, and analysis of the issues hosted by award-winning journalist Liliana Soto, Assistant Professor of Practice at the University of Arizona School of Journalism.

On election night, AZPM produced a live half-hour television program, simulcast on NPR 89.1, and offered live breaks on radio and television.


Arizona Spotlight
Arizona Spotlight
Arizona Spotlight highlights artists, authors, influencers, and the people behind the headlines.
The Buzz
The Buzz
The Buzz gives listeners in Southern Arizona a deeper understanding of news, politics, science, and more through thoughtful conversation.
Arizona Science
Arizona Science
Arizona Science explores the latest research and technological innovations in Southern Arizona and at the University of Arizona.


Fact Check Arizona
Fact Check Arizona
The Fact Check Arizona podcast not only looked at the accuracy of a statement, but also offered context, further analysis and expert thoughts on what a particular statement reveals.
Tapped tells the stories of people living with the cost of drought in the Southwest and what we can do to mitigate it.
Gavel to Gavel
Gavel to Gavel: The Arizona Legislature
Gavel to Gavel: The Arizona Legislature Podcast tunes out the noise and provides context for legistlative issues that affect the lives of every Arizonan.
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Liliana Soto
Liliana Soto hosted live, televised coverage of the 2022 midterm elections with Your Vote 2022.
Emmy AZPM staff continue to outperform all other public media organizations in the four-state Rocky Mountain / Southwest Emmy region.
25 AZPM staff members have been honored with 25 individual Emmy® Awards over the past two years.
5 AZPM received five regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for journalistic excellence, including one for Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
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AZPM offers community activities to foster conversation, collaboration, and connection between people across Southern Arizona. To learn more about AZPM in the community, visit

U.S. and the Holocaust Preview Screenings & Panel Discussions

In early September 2022, AZPM presented two standing room only screenings of The U.S. and the Holocaust, the newest documentary from filmmakers Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein. Each screening was followed by a panel discussion featuring a Holocaust survivor. These conversations inspired AZPM to produce Children of the Holocaust, an original series of interviews with Southern Arizona Holocaust survivors. Children of the Holocaust will premiere in early 2023.

Global Arts Showcase Series

The Global Arts Showcase, a partnership between Arizona Public Media and the Pima County Public Library, brings people together in celebration of the diverse communities that make Southern Arizona special. This virtual series introduced attendees to Middle Eastern, Asian American, and Latinx artists who live and create in Southern Arizona.

Downton Abbey: A New Era Movie Event

In May, 2022, guests joined AZPM in celebrating all things Downton Abbey. At a special screening of Downton Abbey: A New Era, guests were treated to special high-tea treats, red carpet photo ops, a prize wheel, and a chance to show off their best attire inspired by the late 1920s.

Global Arts Showcase: Mes de la Cultura
Downton Abbey: A New Era Movie Event
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AZPM works with the educational community to develop the next generation of critical thinkers.

School in the Time of COVID

School in the Time of COVID: Community Conversations, was a series of Facebook Live events (January 26, February 1, February 16, and March 2) featuring local students, teachers, school counselors, experts, and parents discussing their experiences, challenges, and successes navigating the education landscape during the pandemic. Each panel discussion was hosted by Duncan Moon, AZPM Education Reporter.

Student Employees

AZPM’s student employees are offered unique opportunities to enter the media landscape with hands-on training in television and radio production, marketing, information technology, business administration, and fundraising. Working alongside AZPM’s professional staff prepares University of Arizona students to enter the workforce with real-world experience.

Biosphere 2 Virtual Field Trip

After nearly a year in the making, Arizona Public Media, Biosphere 2, and UA Digital Learning launched the Biosphere 2 Virtual Field Trip.

This free virtual learning venture is an interactive, deep dive into the Biosphere 2 Rainforest. Developed for middle school students, the virtual field trip provides an opportunity for individuals of all ages to explore the Rainforest biome in depth, while also learning more about climate change research, environmental challenges, and science concepts such as photosynthesis and the carbon cycle. Biosphere 2 is uniquely positioned to conduct experiments that can be done in a simulated setting, allowing students to explore concepts that help forge connections to the real world.

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AZPM student employee Andrea Morabito
AZPM student employee Andrea Morabito helps the marketing department create promotional content.
Biosphere 2 Virtual Field Trip
A still from the Biosphere 2 Virtual Field Trip.
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The following graphs illustrate the operating and non-operating revenues and expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022. AZPM’s audited financial statements are available at:

Operating & Non-Operating Revenues
Revenue Pie Chart
Operating & Non-Operating Expenses
Expenses Pie Chart
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GRATITUDE to those of you who make Southern Arizona’s public media possible.


More than 30,000 people across Southern Arizona make the programming on Arizona Public Media possible through their annual memberships. Whether you joined for the first time recently or are a decades-long contributor, your continued support helps to ensure balanced news and educational programming is available to all.


Donors who give $2,500 or more annually are recognized as members of AZPM’s Leadership Giving Society. These generous donations ensure that everyone in the community continues to have access to public media, regardless of income or other barriers.


Planned Gifts through wills or estates can be a donor’s largest and most significant contribution and can make an enduring impact on AZPM. We are grateful to those Legacy Society Members who have designated AZPM in their estate plans.


Hundreds of businesses and organizations choose to support AZPM via on-air and digital platforms to engage potential customers. Through program underwriting, corporate supporters help make public media in Southern Arizona possible.


Volunteers are an essential part of achieving AZPM’s mission and we are grateful to them. This year, volunteers donated 1,733 hours of their time answering calls, responding to print and online inquiries, serving as on-air fundraisers, supporting events, and more.


The Arizona Public Media Community Advisory Board is the community volunteers who represent the diverse interests of audiences throughout Southern Arizona. The 30-member board advises AZPM management on a variety of strategic issues related to the needs and interests of the communities AZPM serves.

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Angela Wakeham
Angela Wakeham, volunteer since 2017.
Ray Martinez
Ray Martinez, volunteer since 2012.
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AZPM Donors

CEO's Circle$25,000 AND ABOVE Anonymous Gift
Cathleen Bailey
Alice & Paul Baker
Kautz Family Foundation
Ellen Kaye
Drs. Yvonne & Richard Morris
Carol & Michael Obst
Stonewall Foundation
Susan Tarrence & Stephen Golden
Thomas R. Brown Foundations
Producer's Circle$15,000 - $24,999 Anonymous Gift
Beatrice & Sam Ellis
Elaine & Stanley Goldberg
The Jasam Foundation of Arizona
Julianna Kasper
Lollie Plank
Barbra Vogen
Margaret Westland
Director's Circle$10,000 - $14,999 Anonymous Gift
Janice & Jerome Bishop
Denice Blake & John Blackwell
Laura W. & Archibald M. Brown
Dr. Gail Burd & Dr. John Hildebrand
Sylvia & Herbert Burton
Eos Foundation
Jean Ferguson
Louise & James Glasser
Diane & Max Haegele
Franklin Hamilton*
Todd S. Hanna
Linda & John Hughes
Patricia & Thomas* Killoran
Amelia & David Klawon
Patricia & Larry Koch
Nancy & Ed Landes
Christine M. McDonough
Roberta Shaffer
Judy & Don Spiro
Doug Wylie
Editor's Circle$5,000 - $9,999 Anonymous Gifts (4)
Susan H. Aiken
Lidia & Joel Allen
Allyn Family Foundation
Priscilla & Michael Baldwin
Rosalie & Alan Baumrucker
The Larry & Kathryn Berkbigler Foundation
Dr. Bonnie J. Buntain
Leslie J. Carter
Frances Chapin Foundation
Carolyn Ann Cooper & John Sharawara
John G. Cox
Christine L. Curtis
Carol des Cognets
Anna Don
Mary & Alexander Dunkel
Joan Epstein
Eileen Fitzmaurice
Barbara & Ted Frohling
Richard Gilbert
Carol & George Hearn
Pamela Henderson & Quentin Anderson
Lee & Arthur Herbst
Ann Hunt
The Jade Tree Foundation
Sue & Frank Judnich
Brigitte & Gerhard Kaeser
Susan Wright Kornhaber
Mona Kreaden & Paul Lipton
Sharon & Larry Malcolmson
Terry McNellis
Annise Miller
Mary Ann & Richard Miya
Betty Ohr
Sandra & James Peebles
Mrs. Lindi Petroni & Dr. Frank Petroni
Helen Rib
Jasmine & Richard Seagrave
Judy & Noah Sensibar
Myrna-Sue Shimberg
Barbara E. Stokely
Leonard Summers
Walter Swap
Craig F. Talbot
Bill Toskey
Theodore R. Wimmer
Katherine & Robert Yaeger
Studio Circle$2,500 - $4,999 Anonymous Gifts (6)
Kristine Allaman
Laura & John* Almquist
Rose & Lyle Anderson
Jodi Bain & John Sundt
Joseph Benanti & Randolph Weese
Jennifer Boice & Mark Kimble
Betsy L. Bolding
Erika & Bernd Brand
Maria & Kelly Brazzell
James Burns
Cheryl Cahill & Dave Young
Susan Call
Elizabeth & Kent Campbell
Beth & William Karl Carver
Elizabeth Cherry & Olivier Mosset
Karen Christensen & Ken Kay
Jean Coward
John E. Crow
Christine & Lawrence Crum
Barbara & William* Dantzler
Norma F. Davenport
Karen De Lay & Bill Sandel
Theresa Devries & George Flink
Andrea B. Miller & Stephen M. Diamond
Ruth Dickstein
Mary Ann & Darryl Dobras
David Donnelly
Lynne O. Wood Dusenberry & Bruce L. Dusenberry
Wanda & Edwin Eichler
Shirley Estes
Sara & Palmer Evans
Carol Evarts
Charlene & Gary Forbes
Bonnie & Ed Frisch
Kim Frontz
Laura & Jack Gibson
Dr. Steven Goldman
Susan Grana
Pam Grissom
Donita Gross
Suzanne J. Gross
Jeri & Sarajean Harwood
Suzanne & Lester Hayt
Sandra & Elliott Heiman
Patricia & John Hemann
Jan Holub
Carl Hunt
Mrs. Bonnie Irwin & Dr. Michael Irwin
Therese Jezioro & Thomas Hestwood
Marilyn Kay Johnson
Mrs. Beth Kasser and Dr. I. Michael Kasser
Laurie Kaye & Robert Glaser
Dr. John Kessler
Carol Klapmeier
David M. Knight
Dr. Ronald Kolker
Laurence Kolonel
Mrs. Janis Labiner & Dr. David Labiner
Amelia A. Lam
Robin Lavin
Marianne Leedy
Capt. Marilyn Lindell & Dr. Thomas Lindell
Gina Marie Lindsey & Thomas Dow
Mrs. Marcia Louchheim & Rabbi Thomas Louchheim
Clint Mabie
Anne Maley-Schaffner & Timothy Schaffner
Susan Maxwell
Felicia & Warren May
Richard McCarver
Gary McCormick
Lynn McKenna
Barbara McNaughton
Juanita Merchant
Mrs. Patricia Mersy & Dr. David Mersy
Sandra & Jon Miller
Mrs. Sally Montagne & Dr. Ernest R. Montagne
Frances W. Moore
Dr. Janet Moore
Charlotte & James Mullis
Connie & Jim Murphy
Sheri Neufeld & Jeff Koloseus
Cynthia Newlon
Agnes Stahlschmidt & Parviz Nikravesh
Dr. Ingrid Novodvorsky & Dr. Chris Johnson
Christina Noz & Abraham Wu
Lolene & Kenneth Pacholke
Sarah & Rolf Peters
Dr. Mary Peterson & Dr. Lynn Nadel
Charles Pettis
Renee Poirier
Jo Quintenz
Robin & Douglas Rainwater
Arlene & James Ripley
Jane & Christopher Roberts
The Melody S. Robidoux Foundation Fund
Ann & Lewis Roscoe
Louise Greenfield & Simon Rosenblatt
Eileen & Thomas Rotkis
The Schmidt & Barton Family Fund
Bonnie Schneider & Dennis Grigal
Minna Shah
Gretchen Shartle
Judy Sisson
Jacqueline Smith
Barbara Soehnlen
Mrs. Marcia Spark & Dr. Ronald Spark
Rica Spivack
Kelly & John Stephens
Geraldine Tamm
Barbara & Craig Thayer
Sharon Thompson
Sara Tichenor & Mohan Somasundaram
Dr. Leslie Tolbert & Dr. Paul St. John
C. Ann Tousley
Miriam Trangsrud
Virginia Van Der Veer
Susan & Paul Vanatta
The Walnut Foundation
Joan P. Warfield
Judy & Richard* Weill
Wendy & Elliott Weiss
Mrs. Linda Whitaker & Dr. Duane Whitaker
Dr. James M. Woolfenden

Estate GiftsDonors who recognized AZPM in their estates Estate of Katherine Beckwith
Estate of Professor Ralph B. Bristol
Estate of Professor Betty A. Goff
Estate of Donna Haeger
Estate of Mary Lu Moore
Estate of Fred Pace
Estate of Wilma J. Panka
Estate of Lorraine Saperstein
Estate of Phyllis Stensland
Estate of Jessica S. Walker
Estate of Victoria Williams
Legacy SocietyPlanned Gifts Intentions Anonymous Gifts (9)
Mary & William Ahls
Kathy Alexander & Paul Lindsey
Peggy Altfater
Phala & Cliff Andressen
Julian M. Babad
Cathie R. Bacia
Joseph Benanti & Randolph Weese
Therese Berg*
Caroline Blackburn
Denice Blake & John Blackwell
Mrs. Suzanne Bloomfield* & Dr. Nathaniel Bloomfield
Ted Brewer
Dr. Bonnie J. Buntain
Dan Cavanagh
C. C. Caywood
Nia Clark
Joan Cochran
Jeanne & Thomas Crawford
Janice Crebbs
M. Mike Davis
Mrs. Terry Downey & Dr. Peter Downey
Charlotte Engvall
Marcella Erler
John Esterhay
Sally & John Evert
Susan E. Finley
Anne M. Fletcher
Dr. Deane Ford & Mr. Clark Rook
Dr. Kendra Gaines
Marjorie Gerdes
Barbara R. Gores & Jim Boulay
Denise & William Gose
Nancy & Gordon Graham*
Dr. Beth Grindell
Donita Gross
Suzanne J. Gross
Ethel & Kenneth Haber
Beth Hall McCandless
Sara Hammond & David Fales
Carol & Clayton Hefleblower
Dr. Gail Burd & Dr. John Hildebrand
Ken Hirschberg
Ben R. Howenstine
Norma Inkster
Virginia Ivin
Katherine Jacobson
Therese Jezioro & Thomas Hestwood
Sharon Johnson
Julianna Kasper
Sandra Kennedy
Patricia & Thomas* Killoran
Rustam Z. Kothavala
Marianne Leedy
Sara Lely & Douglas Taylor
Dr. Michele Manos
Donna & Michael Mardis
Kristine Marino
Annise Miller
Leslie Miller & Sean Connelly
Leone L. Mohney
Marcia A. Molter
Mrs. Sally Montagne & Dr. Ernest R. Montagne
Joan A. Morris
Mrs. Martha Mount & Col. Michael Mount
Janet & John Nash
Gentry Neal
Shirley Newman
Marge O'Neil
Lolene & Kenneth Pacholke
Celeste Pardee
Sandra & Joseph Perillo
Ken Peters
Jay K. Petersen
Jane & James Peterson
Ruth & Steven Pollyea
Ellen Poulson
Kenneth R. Proper
Barbara & Leon Radziemski
Lisa Toor Robinson
Louise Greenfield & Simon Rosenblatt
Katheryn A. Schmidt
Walter Schoenheim
Trisa & Andrew Schorr
Donna & Barry Sheridan
Mohur Sarah Sidhwa
Jeffrey Stallings
Darlene S. Sumners
Margaret Sutherland-Jones & Nelson Jones
Bruce Swanney
Dr. Craig F. Talbot
Barbara & Craig Thayer
Karla & Randall Timmons
Roberta Tucker
Pamela & Bill Unternaehrer
Liselotte Copes Van Hasselt & Roelof Van Hasselt
Linda & John Verbiscar
Barbra Vogen
Christopher Weingartner
Mary A. Wheat
Nancy & Herbert White
Nancy Williams
Suann Woodward & Robert Johnson
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Community Advisory Board

Hope Hennessey, Chair,
Rose Lopez, Vice Chair,
Ed Frisch, Secretary,
Members Jodi Bain,
Ted Borek,
Ron Carsten,
Mary Ann Dobras,
Lynne Wood Dusenberry,
Steven Eddy,
Joyce Finkelstein,
Nicola Finley, M.D.,
Favin Gebremariam,
Franklin W. Hamilton*,
Todd Hanley,
Alejandro Higuera,
Hassan Hijazi,
John Hildebrand,
Joseph Howell,
Sylvia Lett,
Paul Lindsey,
Pat Lopez III,
Lynn Nadel,
Christina Noz,
Lauren Ortega,
Hank Peck,
John Pedicone,
Jill Perrella,
Patrick Robles,
Alba Rojas-Sukkar,
Jill Rosenzweig,
Minna Shah,
Susan Tarrence,
Magdalena Verdugo,
Ex-Officio Jack Gibson,
Laura Todd Johnson,
Emeritus Members Betsy Bolding,
Judith Brown,
Jennifer Casteix,
Dan Cavanagh,
Karen Christensen,
James Jutry,
Jan Lesher,
Anne Maley,
Jim Murphy,
Ellen Poulson,
Simon Rosenblatt,

AZPM Management

Jack Gibson,
Deb Dale,
Kimberly Heath,
Ian MacSpaddan,
Gene Robinson,
Enrique Aldana,
Gary Bell,
Andrew Brown,
Pat Callahan,
Christopher Conover,
Brian Deevers,
Chris Homer,
Jason Katterhenry,
Ed Kesterson,
Hildy Ko,
Betsy Leader,
Mary Paul,
Marsha Reardon,
Shawn Teague,
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