1. Welcome back to our salute to some of Arizona’s black leaders who are creating positive change in the state and beyond. If you missed it, check out our last post about Arizona Informant Publisher Cloves Campbell Jr. Our final installment focuses on a figure you might know well. For 30 years, Kim Covington served as […]
  2. Welcome back to our salute to some of Arizona’s black leaders who are creating positive change in the state and beyond. If you missed it, check out our last post about former Maricopa Community College Chancellor Rufus Glasper. For this post, we’re going to pivot to a figure who plays an important role in the […]
  3. Welcome back to our salute to some of Arizona’s black leaders who are creating positive change in the state and beyond. If you missed it, check out our last post about Resilient Me founder Naketa Ross. This post focuses on one of the most influential figures of Arizona’s higher education system. For over 10 years, […]
  4. Welcome back to our salute to some of Arizona’s black leaders who are creating positive change in the state and beyond. If you missed it, check out our last post about Arizona Representative Reginald Bolding. For this post, we’ll focus on Naketa Ross, a woman who turned a tragic childhood into a triumphant adulthood. Naketa […]
  5. Black History Month is upon us, and with that comes the call to recognize black excellence in our communities as well as all over the world. Over the next two weeks, we’ll be highlighting a sample of notable black leaders in Arizona who are helping the state to make strides towards better education, better financial […]
  6. In January, BlackRock Chairman and CEO Laurence Fink issued his annual letter to CEOs. Titled “A Sense of Purpose,” the founder of the largest asset management company in the world told corporate leaders, “To prosper over time, every company must not only deliver financial performance, but also show how it makes a positive contribution to […]
  7. It’s been a long road to recovery since the Great Recession of 2008 but we’re finally seeing some steady improvements. One of the bright spots driving this growth concerns Hispanic-owned businesses, both nationwide and within Southern Arizona. According to Scarborough Research, Hispanic-owned businesses enjoyed a 44% increase over the past five years, over three times […]