Who’s in?

Leadership Council

  • Willa Altman-Kaough
    Policy Advisor, Office of the Mayor, City of Phoenix
  • Erik Bakken
    Vice President, System Operations and Energy Resources, Tucson Electric Power
  • Kelly Barr
    Assoc General Manager & Chief Strategy, Corporate Services & Sustainability Executive, Salt River Project
  • Greg Bernosky
    Director, Strategy Integration and Implementation, Arizona Public Service
  • Christine Bracamonte Wiggs
    Staff Vice President, Community & Health Advancement
  • Diane Brown
    Executive Director, Arizona PIRG Education Fund
  • Gary Dirks
    Senior Director, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory and LightWorks®, Arizona State University
  • Alexander Dunn
    Vice President, Operations, Hensley Beverage Company
  • Max Gonzales
    Executive Vice President, Strategy & Relationship Management, Chicanos Por La Causa
  • Heidi Kimball
    Senior Vice President, Sunbelt Holdings
  • Kathleen Lee
    Senior Vice President, Regional Initiatives, Greater Phoenix Economic Council
  • Stephanie Healy
    Director of Public Affairs, Southwest Region, Cox Enterprises
  • Michael Peel
    Statewide Sustainability Director, Local First Arizona
  • Timothy Rooney
    Chief Executive Officer, Bard Valley Date Growers Association & Datepac, LLC.
  • Brian Sherman
    Chief Innovation Officer, Arizona Commerce Authority
  • Parikhit Sinha
    Senior Scientist, Sustainability Research, First Solar, Inc.
  • Dan Stellar
    State Director, The Nature Conservancy, Arizona
  • Ellen Zuckerman
    Utility Program Co-Director, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project

Local Government and Community Organizations

  • American Hydrogen Association
  • American Lung Association of Arizona
  • Arizona Association for Economic Development
  • Arizona Bioindustry Association
  • Arizona Community Foundation
  • Arizona Forward
  • Arizona Interfaith Power & Light
  • Arizona PIRG Education Fund
  • Arizona Public Health Association
  • Arizona Solar Water Heating Alliance
  • Arizona State University
  • Arizona Sustainability Alliance
  • Arizona Technology Council
  • Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Center for the Future of Arizona
  • Chicanos Por La Causa
  • Citizens Climate Lobby
  • City of Flagstaff
  • City of Mesa
  • City of Phoenix
  • City of Scottsdale
  • City of Tempe
  • City of Tucson
  • Flinn Foundation
  • Grand Canyon State Electric Cooperative Association
  • Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
  • Greater Phoenix Economic Council
  • Greater Phoenix Leadership
  • Greater Yuma Economic Development Corp
  • Impact Maker (Valley Leadership)
  • Interwest Energy Alliance
  • Local First Arizona
  • Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG)
  • Maricopa Community Colleges
  • Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
  • Northern Arizona University
  • Pima County
  • Pima County Department of Environmental Quality
  • Southern Arizona Leadership Council
  • Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
  • Tectonicus Constructs
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Tó Nizhóní Ání
  • Town of Fountain Hills
  • University of Arizona
  • Urban Land Institute of Arizona
  • Western Resource Advocates


  • Arizona Public Service
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
  • Cox Communications
  • Culdesac
  • DLR Group
  • DMB
  • Ernst & Young
  • First Solar Inc.
  • Gensler
  • Gowan Company, LLC
  • Hensley
  • Local Studios
  • Lyft
  • Mindflower Studio
  • Nikola
  • Novopower
  • Resolution Copper
  • Salt River Project
  • Southwest Gas
  • Sunbelt Holdings
  • Sundt Construction
  • Tucson Electric Power
  • UniSource Energy
  • Verco Decking, Inc.
  • Vestar
  • WebPT
  • ZenniHome

Arizona Thrives Alliance

The Arizona Thrives Alliance elevates a shared vision, goals and guiding principles for clean air and clean energy. The Alliance aspires to address Arizona’s challenges together and bridge our differences. By participating in the Alliance, we acknowledge that these issues are real and must be tackled to ensure Arizonans thrive long into the future. While we have not yet identified all the solutions, we recognize the need to learn together and explore our individual and collective roles.

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