Representative Greg Stanton
Throughout his career, Greg Stanton has worked tirelessly to deliver results for Arizona families. Serving as Phoenix mayor from 2012 to 2018, he focused on building an economy rooted in innovation and trade. Under his leadership, Phoenix created thousands of quality jobs and recently saw the highest wage growth in the nation.
Greg has earned a reputation for working across the aisle to get things done. His biggest accomplishments in Phoenix were passed with bipartisan support: the City’s investment in the biosciences and higher education, support for small businesses, and national recognition for leadership on LGBTQ+ equality. In his first term in Congress, Stanton has focused on increasing trade opportunities in Arizona, planning for the state’s water future, and investing in public transportation and infrastructure.
Whitney Walker, J.D.
Whitney Walker, J.D., has recently joined Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona as the Vice President of Public Policy, Advocacy, and Organizing. Walker will lead efforts in community engagement, media, and communications, and oversee Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona, the 501c4 social welfare organization and political arm of PPAZ.
She is an active board member for two non-profit organizations that aim to improve the lives of families in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, Ebony House, Inc., and Booker T. Washington Child Development Center. Additionally, Walker is appointed to the Human Relations Commission for the City of Phoenix, where she advises the city council on human relations issues and helps implement the city's policy against discrimination.
Theresa Davis is an educator, storyteller, poet, author, poetry slam champion and the host of the award winning open mic Java Speaks. She has performed on stages across the nation as a poet, storyteller, and keynote speaker. Her latest poetry collection, “Drowned: A Mermaid’s Manifesto”, released with Sibling Rivalry Press in fall of 2016 received the award, “Ten Books All Georgians Should Read”.
In addition to being a teaching artist and outreach poetry coordinator for Georgia Tech for 6 years, Theresa hosts and participates in many of the literary events around Atlanta. Theresa’s new collection, “Dirt”, is due to be released in the fall of 2021.
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