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KEN MATTA

Ken Matta is the CIO of Runbeck Election Services, Inc. He previously served as the information security officer and election security lead for the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office.  His election and IT experience began at the Secretary of State’s Office in 2002, ...

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MICHELLE CIROCCO

Michelle Cirocco is chief social responsibility officer for Televerde and the executive director of Televerde Foundation. She joined Televerde in 1999 where she has held several leadership positions including chief marketing officer. Michelle was recently named one of the World-Changing ...

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REYNA MONTOYA

Reyna Montoya is the founder and CEO of Aliento. She is a social entrepreneur, educator and dancer. Reyna is a DACA recipient and is an alumna of Arizona State University, Grand Canyon University, and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.   ...

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SHARON HOSSLER

Sharon Hossler serves as the operations director at Veridus, where she manages the firm’s human resources, event planning, information technology, accounts payable and receivable, payroll, and more, including the collaboration with the Arizona Capitol Times on The Purple Book.  Sharon ...

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VANESSA HAYDEN

Vanessa Hayden, who works at Isaacson Law Firm, moved from Southern California to Arizona to attend the Scottsdale Culinary Institute and pursue a career in the culinary arts. After she graduated from Scottsdale Culinary Institute, she worked as a pastry ...

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WILLIAM WITT

William Witt is the property tax supervisor for Yavapai County who is described by his boss, Yavapai County Treasurer Chip Davis, as being on a “constant quest to improve the way this department runs and serves the public.” Some of ...

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JOE KUBACKI

Joe Kubacki has been a strong, silent force at the Senate since 1995. Joe, the sergeant-at-arms, usually watches silently as the angry protestors, emotional witnesses, unruly visitors, unruly lawmakers, persistent journalists and more take to the courtyard and building. He’s ...

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STEVE MATT

Steve Matt is the friendly face you’ll see when you walk into the lobby of the House and he’s the voice of legislation. Steve, a Shakespearean actor who was never out of work and barely auditioned for 25 years, has ...

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ALEXIS USTARIZ

Arizona State University safety technician Alexis Ustariz should have the word “danger” in her job title. Alexis inspects and labels 50-pound barrels filled with biohazardous materials, including personal protective equipment, test tubes, straws and other waste from several ASU Covid ...

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Editor’s Note

‘Power 12’ leaders in real estate The Arizona Capitol Times this month is profiling 12 leaders in Real Estate. This special section marks the first in our 2022 series that looks at some of the state’s most influential professionals in ...

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