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Poverty Reduction Taskforce Director Lynda Robinson

I look forward to build relationships with like-minded organizations and individuals as we come to the table to communicate and share information and resources to build strength in the community.

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Amphi Community Development Group

4Tucson teams met with leaders & residents & collaboratively developed several ideas to help Amphi achieve goals identified by residents.

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Influence

Learn how to use your voice to change the policies that affect life, liberty and pursuit of happiness.

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COO & CEO Executive Assistant Audrey Tacey

Audrey moved to Tucson in May of 2020 soon after she returned home from her first year of college early, due to Covid-19. While at home, Audrey busied herself with completing her freshman year online and helped her family pack boxes in preparation to move to the Southwest. As a lifelong Seattleite, Audrey is enjoying […]

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Economic Opportunity & Development Taskforce Director Tracelyn Sutton

As an innovative problem solver, Tracelyn Sutton thrives on tackling challenges faced individually and collectively throughout our city, and is never satisfied with the status quo.  Having a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and pursuing a Master of Public Health, she has worked for 23 years in project and program management devising creative solutions […]

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Love Letter from Dad

I have always been Father, and will always be Father--Ephesians 3:14-15. My question is--Will you be my child --John 1:12-13 I am waiting for you --Luke 15:11-32. Love, Your Dad. Almighty God

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Poverty Reduction Taskforce Report

According to the most recent Census estimate, the city of Tucson has an average poverty rate of 23.4%. As of 2020, the city of Tucson reported that 20 census tracts have a poverty level over 35.6%, with some having levels as high as 52.7%.
Poverty levels are highest among single-parents and minorities. Tucson is also in the top 10 cities in the nation for rate of single-parent households.

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Movement Day Tucson Referrals

Know of an influential city leader who you'd love to see at Movement Day Tucson? Provide their contact information here and we'll send them an invitation!

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Goodbye

Good-bye 2020! I will not be disappointed to see this year come to an end. But I am extremely optimistic about the promise and the opportunities 2021 will hold.

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Movement Day

Movement Day Tucson is an annual event that convenes influential leaders from all sectors to address systemic problems in Tucson. Together, we develop actionable prototypes designed to transform City Focus Areas.

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