Tea Party of Scottsdale, AZ
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February General Meeting

steve_chucri_fam.jpegOur Featured Speaker will be Steve Chucri

Maricopa County Supervisor, District 2

February 16, 2017 at 6:30pm - 8pm
WHERE
Venue 8600
8600 Anderson Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
United States
Google map and directions

AND to put more "Party" in Tea Party - After the meeting - we "break bread together" - or, eat dinner, with more discussion 

8:30pm All American Modern Sports Grill at DC Ranch Market Street for food and socializing afterward

Steve Chucri was elected in 2012 to serve as Maricopa County Supervisor for District 2 and has been proudly serving his constituents since he took office in January 2013.

Steve works with his County colleagues to eliminate excess regulations and create an environment that invites innovation and sustains entrepreneurial growth with a Best in Class mindset.

Steve remains focused on adopting policies that enhance the business cache of the County, eliminating unnecessary burdens, and implementing strategies that make it more affordable and attractive to operate a business in Maricopa County.

Doug Reed will provide his update on Scottsdale City Council


Pam Kirby as Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board will provide an update on our school system

AND to put more "Party" in Tea Party - After the meeting - we "break bread together" - or, eat dinner, with more discussion 
8:30pm All American Modern Sports Grill at DC Ranch Market Street for food and socializing afterward

 

Steve Chucri is the quintessential American story. A native of Mesa, Arizona, he comes from Lebanese lineage on both sides of his family. His maternal grandfather, Tony M. Coury, Sr., was a true entrepreneur in becoming the first licensed automobile dealer in Arizona. Steve draws inspiration from his grandfather who couldn’t read or write, but whose hard work and success afforded Steve first‐hand insight into the complexities of running a business. That experience at an early age led to successful careers in both the public and private sectors. Of the many jobs Steve has today, he would say the most important is that of devoted father to his two young sons, Grant and Will, and loving husband to Christine, his wife of 17 years.

For the past 15 years, Steve has served as the President and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association (ARA). The insight Steve has gathered through his experience with the restaurant association was a contributing factor in his decision to run for public office. In 2012, Steve was elected to serve as Maricopa County Supervisor for District 2 and has been proudly serving his constituents since he took office in January 2013. Steve works with his County colleagues to eliminate excess regulations and create an environment that invites innovation and sustains entrepreneurial growth with a Best in Class mindset. Steve remains focused on adopting policies that enhance the business cache of the County, eliminating unnecessary burdens, and implementing strategies that make it more affordable and attractive to operate a business in Maricopa County.

Prior to his work with the restaurant association and at Maricopa County, Supervisor Chucri spent 6 years on Capitol Hill working for an Arizona Congressman. This prestigious position afforded him many opportunities to travel around the world on delegation missions, visit with foreign dignitaries, sample a variety of cuisines, and engage in unique foreign customs that further reaffirmed his affinity for America and gave him a real sense of what it is to be an elected official.

Steve is an alumnus of Brophy College Preparatory and went on to obtain his post‐secondary degree in Business Administration at the University of San Diego. He has received the Sentinel Award from the Greater Phoenix Chamber and the Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award. Steve serves as a Board Member for the Phoenix Forward Investment Oversight Committee, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Community Bridges, Inc., Boys Hope Girls Hope, Mesa Chamber of Commerce, Mesa Downtown Visioning Committee, Valley Leadership, Phoenix Downtown Partnership, Arizona Department of Homeland Security’s Central Regional Advisory Council, National Restaurant Association, and Workforce Arizona Council.

 

 

 

WHEN
February 16, 2017 at 6:30am - 8am
WHERE
Venue 8600
8600 Anderson Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Patricia Shaler · · 4809468069
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