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Onnie Shekerjian 150

Elected: May 2006
Current term: expires in 2014

Office: 480-350-8819
Fax: 480-350-8996
Email: onnie_shekerjian@tempe.gov

Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 5002
Tempe, Arizona 85280

Assistant: Mike Branom
Office: 480-350-8916
Email: mike_branom@tempe.gov

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Executive Session Agenda

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Council Priorities

Tempe succeeds because our residents, visitors, students and businesses work together for the economic and environmental well-being of our city. Please feel free to contact me with your ideas so we can continue to make Tempe even better.

About Vice Mayor Shekerjian

Onnie Shekerjian was elected to the Tempe City Council in May 2006 and was re-elected in March 2010.

Because they loved what the city had to offer families, Shekerjian and her husband, Brian, chose more than 24 years ago to raise their three children in Tempe. In that time, she has acquired more than two decades of experience in public policy through volunteering on over 75 boards, commissions and committees related to public education, youth/family issues, technology, sustainability and the arts.

Currently, Gov. Jan Brewer has appointed Shekerjian to serve on the Arizona Ready Education Council and the K-20 Education Funding Taskforce. Gov. Jane D. Hull appointed Shekerjian to a five-year position on the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools, which she chaired for a year and served as vice chair for three more. Also, she served for two years on the Arizona Parents Commission on Drug Abuse Prevention and Education.

Shekerjian’s great passion is making government work for people. She has authored numerous articles on the subject of advocacy and education for local and national publications. In recognition of her work in advocacy, she was a finalist for the Arizona State University 2001 Community Fellows Program.

Beyond her extensive volunteerism, Shekerjian has worked as a research and advocacy consultant for organizations, including the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, Internet Education Exchange, Morrison Institute for Public Policy at ASU and the Arizona Community College Association. Also, she is an honorary member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society.


Other Community Service

Current

• National Technology Adoption Advisory Council for One Economy
• City of Tempe Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
• Rio Salado Community College President’s Advisory Council
• Jobs for Arizona Graduates State Board of Directors
• Tempe Area Superintendents Roundtable

Past

• NLC Council on Youth, Education and Families
• NLC Community and Economic Development Steering Committee
• NLC Information Technology and Communications Steering Committee
• Tempe Leadership Board of Directors
• Tempe Center for Habilitation Board of Directors
• Maricopa Association of Governments Human Services Coordinating Committee
• Tempe City Council Technology, Economic & Community Development Committee
• Tempe City Council Public Safety and Neighborhood Quality of Life Committee
• Tempe Ad Hoc Long-Range Budget and Finance Committee
• Friends of the Tempe Public Library
• Tempe Union High School District Foundation
• Tempe Union High School District Harassment and Discrimination Independent Review Committee
• Kyrene Elementary School District Governing Board
• KPNX Channel 12/Arizona Republic Local Schools Team
• East Valley Tribune Born to Learn Advisory Panel
• American Legion Auxiliary Arizona Girls State Counselor
• School classroom volunteer for 17 years
• Art Masterpiece Guide for nine years
• School site council member for seven years