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Mix, Mingle, and Engage with PCA!\n\nConnect with other Members and catch up on all things Phoenix Community Alliance at PCA's Membership Mingle on Thursday, June 27, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.\n\nPCA Members and guests can enjoy some brews at TAP That Downtown while getting to know our featured engagement partners, ALL In Education (@allinedaz) and the Million Dollar Teacher Project (@mdtproject). \n\n\ud83d\udcc6 \u23f0: Thursday, June 27 11, 5 - 6:30 p.m.\n\n\ud83d\uddfa\ufe0f \ud83d\udccd: @TapThatDowntown | 909 N. 5th St., Phoenix, AZ 85004\n\n\ud83d\ude98 \ud83c\udd7f\ufe0f: We encourage attendees to walk, utilize light rail, public transportation, or rideshare - like Waymo!\n\nAdditional details to follow - please RSVP using the \ud83d\udd17 in bio. \u261d\ufe0f

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The Phoenix Community Alliance (PCA) table just got a little bit bigger! \ud83d\udc99 \n\nDuring our Board of Directors meeting at the start of June, SIX additional directors were appointed to the board by its current makeup of director-level Members:\n\n\ud83c\udfc0 Paul Rivers, Chief Innovation Officer, Phoenix @Suns \n\ud83c\udfe5 Mike Renaud, President & CEO, @ValleDelSolAZ\n \ud83d\udcd0 Mike Koester, CEO, @EPSGroup_Inc \n\ud83d\ude90 Kayleigh Lloyd, Community Engagement Manager, @Cruise \n \ud83d\udd2c Scarlett Spring, Executive Director, @PhoenixBioscienceCore (PBC) (At Large)\n\ud83d\udc8a Jayleen Casano, Chief Operating Officer, Banner University Medical Center - Phoenix (@banner_health)\n\nWhen Members join, they give their time, expertise and knowledge, and also get so much more in return, which we describe as a \"return on engagement.\" With a strong slate of fresh voices, these new directors will steer our organization toward the future. And PCA is excited by the fresh, diverse perspectives they'll bring to the table.\n\nWelcome aboard, Kayleigh, Jayleen, Paul, Mike K., Mike R. and Scarlett! \ud83e\udd1d

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What happens when 15 nonprofit organizations are put into the same space with each other? They mingle! \ud83d\udc99 \ud83e\udd1d \n\nLast Thursday, Phoenix Community Alliance (PCA) convened 15 nonprofit Members inside Snell & Wilmer's office for their first Downtown Community Involvement Fair. The goal of the event was to bring visibility to each organization's unique services and create further connectivity and relationships. \n\nAnd from what we've heard from Members, the event and its mission was a roaring success! Thank you to Snell & Wilmer for creating additional opportunities for our membership. \u2728 \n\nPCA Members in attendance: \ud83d\udc47 \nArizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc., Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation, Circle the City, Genesis City, Global Ties Arizona, Habitat for Humanity, Harmony Project, HopeKids, Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix, New Pathways for Youth, Phoenix Center for the Arts, Rosie's House: A Music Academy for Children, Sounds of Autism, The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and Valley Youth Theatre

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There's no aspect of life that a STEAM career doesn't touch! \ud83d\udcd0\u00a0\n\nThat's exactly what the nearby Phoenix Bioscience High School students learned earlier this week for the Center For Entrepreneurial Innovation's (CEI) 3rd Annual Bioscience Summer Camp which sparked possibilities of how they can apply their skills in the workplace. \ud83d\udd2c\ud83d\udcbc\u00a0\n\nTheir travels took them to multiple Phoenix Community Alliance (PCA) Member locations across Greater Downtown

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History is happening in Downtown's Warehouse District!\n\nAs the Warehouse District Council approaches its 10th anniversary, Phoenix Community Alliance organized a tour of its community where local businesses co-mingle with land owned by @APSfyi, local and federal government, and institutional railroad properties. \n\nA tour by George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center's (@carvermuseumphx) Executive Director, Dr. Matthew Whitaker, extrapolated how racial separation informed their history and site, which was built upon a former landfill, while a bus tour by Council President Brian Cassidy pointed out current and past tenants who are writing the history of its future. \n\nSuch a strong diversity of Member venues used for Quarterly Member Meetings is no accident: They encourage Members to discover up-and-coming areas within the Greater Downtown community that will add to our footprint in the years and decades ahead.\n\nThank you to the Carver Museum, @ConceptuallySocialCatering, Copper Star Transportation, and @PrideGroupAZ staff for creating a seamless day for our Members and the PCA team!\n\nDr. Matthew Whitaker, Brian Cassidy (CCBG Architects), Erin Lindsey (Phoenix Art Deco Society), Colleen Dormer (Elaine), Erika Gonzales (Christ's Church of the Valley), Jasmine Landavazo (Renaissance Phoenix Downtown), Florentina Popescu (Arizona State University), Heather Rasmussen, Uber Gutierrez (City of Phoenix), Nathan Ingrao (Commercial Fitness Superstore) Dan Starks, Bryson Ford, Jeff Cravens (Christ's Church of the Valley), Brandon Ramsey, Allison Meador (Layton Construction), Oscar de las Salas (Gensler), Mark Davis, Allen Gutkin (JAG Development), Mike Koester (EPS Group), Kayleigh Lloyd (Cruise)

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