Chip Davis selected for Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis has been selected as a member of the third class of the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy.
The Flinn-Brown Academy involves a dozen intensive day-long seminars on critical issues facing Arizona and emphasizes the skills and knowledge that help leaders resolve state-level challenges. Current and former public-policy experts, scholars, agency heads, elected officials, and other leaders -- drawn from the public and private sectors -- share with Fellows not only facts and figures, but also a wide variety of perspectives and leadership skills.
Beyond the 12 sessions, the Academy includes advising from a private or public-sector leader, an individual plan for civic leadership, and an alumni network. The Academy is supported by the Flinn Foundation and Thomas R. Brown Foundations.
Davis was selected as one of 25 fellows from a highly competitive process.