2015 Sentinel Award Recipients

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce will honor three elected officials tomorrow, Wednesday, May 13, by presenting them with the Sentinel Award at the 28th Annual IMPACT Awards Luncheon at the Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort in Phoenix. Continuing a tradition that began 2011, the Chamber recognizes elected officials who are great partners with the Chamber in supporting a robust and thriving business environment.  This year’s honorees are:

Representative Brophy McGee has been a supporter of education and the business community during her time in the Arizona House of Representatives.  As Chair of the Banking & Financial Services Committee, she has helped maintain a business friendly regulatory environment, along with supporting numerous education policies that will have a positive impact on workforce development in Arizona.

Representative Bob Robson, the current Speaker Pro Tempore of the Arizona House of Representatives, has served at both the state and city level and has a long history of being an ally to the business community.  Whether it’s strengthening and growing the state’s public university system or guiding numerous state pension and personnel reform measures, Representative Robson focuses on making sure that Arizona has a vibrant and thriving economy.

Councilman Sal DiCiccio, District 8, has been a long standing advocate for business here in Phoenix.  By supporting fiscal prudence, lower taxes, and less regulations he has helped maximize business retention in Phoenix.  Councilman DiCiccio is always at the forefront of finding ways to maximize the permitting process which is absolutely essential for job creation and growth.

Congratulations to this years recipients and we look forward to seeing everyone at the IMPACT Awards Luncheon!

Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
2400 E. Missouri Ave. Phoenix 85016

10:30-11:00 a.m.- Check In and Networking
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.- Program

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