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The Arizona Community Foundation Board of Directors has Robbin M. Coulon, Esq.
Coulon succeeds Stephen O. Evans, retired Equity Residential executive and trustee and current chairman of the Evans Charitable Foundation, who has served as chairman since 2019.
Coulon has served on the Arizona Community Foundation’s board of directors since 2013. He served as vice chairman, chairman of the philanthropic services and compensation committees, and was previously a member of the nominations and governance committee.
“Robbin has served on the board for over eight years and has been instrumental in developing our Philanthropy for All initiatives,” said Steve Seleznow, President & CEO of ACF. “In her role as Chair, she will provide the leadership ACF needs as we plan for the future.”
Coulon currently serves as the Director of Legal Services for the Regional Aging Agency in Region 1, a nonprofit that serves older adults, victims of late-life domestic violence, family carers, and people with disabilities. She previously served as an executive attorney at the Arizona Center for Disability Law, where she represented individuals and brought class actions in state and state courts relating to employment, special education, public housing, housing and voting rights, with an emphasis on health and mental health law. Coulon is also a former trial attorney in the Arizona Attorney General’s office and holds a Bachelor of Arts with honors from Arizona State University and a Juris Doctor from ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.
Coulon is a member of the Arizona Black Bar Association and the American Inns of Court. Past President of the Arizona Women Lawyers Association; Member of the Advisory Board of the Dean of the ASU New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences; and is a board member of the National Conference of Women’s Bar Associations Foundation and the Black Theater Troupe.
“I am honored to be elected 15th Chairman of the Arizona Community Foundation Board,” said Coulon. “The work I have done as a member of the ACF Board of Directors forms the basis for my role as the next chairman. I will continue to have a mission to lead, serve, and work together to mobilize lasting philanthropy for a better Arizona. “
In addition to the election of Coulon as chairman, the board also named his list of officers. Leezie Kim, Esq., Chief legal officer of Fox Restaurant Concepts LLC, to become vice chairman; Heidi Jannenga, Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer at WebPT, will act as secretary. and Rufus Glasper, President and CEO of the League of Innovation at Community College, will continue to serve as treasurer.
Via the Arizona Community Foundation
Founded in 1978, the Arizona Community Foundation is a statewide family of charity funded by thousands of Arizonans. With five regional community offices across Arizona, ACF is one of the 25 largest community foundations in the country with trust and foundation assets of more than $ 1 billion and is certified to the National Standards for US Community Foundations. Since its inception, ACF and its subsidiaries have provided more than $ 1 billion in grants, grants, and loans to nonprofits, schools, and government agencies. More information is available at azfoundation.org.
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