Karrin Taylor Archives

Karrin Taylor joins Joe Foss Institute Board

Gov. Jan Brewer, Scorpions for Breakfast

Joe Foss Institute (JFI) recently announced that it has named Karrin Taylor as vice chairman of the organization’s board of directors.  Taylor, who previously served as a JFI board member, brings extensive experience in government and political affairs and a passion for moving civics education forward in this country. Taylor joins an already impressive board,… Read More →

Karrin Taylor joins board of notMYkid

Keep kids drug-free

Scottsdale-based notMYkid (pronounced: Not My Kid), a  nationally focused non-profit organization focused on empowering and educating youth, families and communities with knowledge and courage to identify and prevent negative youth behavior, announced Karrin Taylor has joined its Board of Directors.  “We’re thrilled that Ms. Taylor has joined the Board of Directors for notMYkid and that… Read More →

Valley Partnership on conquering the hill

Arizona State Capitol

Valley Partnership defines itself as an advocacy organization with responsible development at its core. Behind the organization’s educational Friday Morning Breakfasts, networking mixers, fundraisers and annual community project, Valley Partnership has three committees that work year-round on the organization’s advocacy efforts on a federal, state and cities/county issues. “Keeping with Valley Partnership’s focus on supporting… Read More →

Valley Partnership Amplifies Voice of Responsible Development


When municipalities have development-related issue at stake, one of the first organizations they call is Valley Partnership. Advocacy for responsible development is the driving force of the 27-year-old organization, which often takes a stance on behalf of its busy members. The issues range from state legislation and statewide issues such as land reform efforts, Government… Read More →

Coalition Formed to Combat Proposed EPA Regulations

by in Business News | Economy | Energy | Politics

A group of Arizona business leaders and politicians announced that they have created a coalition to address proposed regulations on the Navajo Generating Station. The Arizona Coalition for Water, Energy and Jobs said in a press conference on Tuesday that regulations proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, if implemented, will have an adverse effect… Read More →

2012 Valley Partnership Roundtable

2012 Valley Partnership Roundtable
by in AZRE Magazine

The 2012 Valley Partnership Roundtable discusses the need to engage and monitor federal issues impacting the development community, which is greater than ever.  Every real estate development company actively manages issues such as water quality, dust control and industry taxation/regulation at the city and state level. However, we must be more vigilant in watching the… Read More →