Coffee with CEO - Alicia Sutton

Coffee with CEO - Alicia Sutton

A_time_for_a_cup_of_coffee.jpgOur fourth an final Coffee with a CEO in 2015!Please join us for an intimate morning session with Alicia Sutton, CEO of Free Arts Arizona. Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona is a nonprofit organization that brings the healing powers of the creative arts to abused, neglected and homeless children by partnering with over 100 foster care group homes, treatment centers and shelters in Maricopa County.

“Free Arts works (specifically) with kids who have experienced some kind of trauma,” said Alicia Sutton Campbell, Free Arts executive director. To learn more about this organization and its leader, simply, Click Here to Register.

Bio:
Alicia Sutton Campbell is Executive Director of Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona where she combines her passion for both arts and business, ensuring the strength and sustainability of Free Arts to do its best work healing abused and homeless children through artistic expression. Alicia’s interest in nonprofits and the social sector led her to positions and projects that include studying the fundamental structure of the industry, exploring innovative ways to do business, and looking at the long-term future of mission-driven work. She is interested in public/private partnerships and using art as an agent of social change. Alicia holds a BA in Fine Arts from Arizona State University and an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management. In addition to her primary role at Free Arts, Alicia serves as an International Educator with Thunderbird Executive Education for classes in social and voluntary sector leadership working with groups such as the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

This is an exclusive members only event! Room for the first 10 members to register. 

Thank you to our event sponsor:

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WHEN
December 08, 2015 at 8am - 9am
WHERE
Free Arts Arizona
103 W Highland Ave
Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85013
United States
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