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Evaluation

Receive feedback from expert reviewers.

Evaluation Panel

Each valid application will receive scores and comments from expert reviewers using the four criteria included in the scoring rubric: compelling, feasible, impactful, and scalable. The Evaluation Panel members have been carefully chosen for their knowledge and experience. Each valid application will receive five sets of reviews that have been statistically normalized. Informed by the resulting rank order of applications, up to five finalists will be named and invited to participate in a pitch event with the Selection Committee in spring 2021. Depending on the status of the COVID-19 pandemic, that pitch event may be virtual.

Quintin Boyce

Superintendent, Roosevelt School District
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Sarah Darr

Housing Director, City of Flagstaff
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Peggy Hutchison

Chief Executive Officer, The Primavera Foundation
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Gloria Munoz

Executive Director, Housing Authority of Maricopa County
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Tony Reyes

Executive Director, Comite de Bien Estar, Inc.
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Debra Z. (Deb) Sydenham, FAICP

Executive Director, ULI Arizona
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Selection Committee

In partnership with the Arizona Community Foundation, the Selection Committee will review and discuss the proposals from five prize finalists and name the winner of the Housing Security Challenge.

Phil Boas

Editor, Editorial Pages, The Arizona Republic
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Wanda Dalla Costa

Director & Founder, Indigenous Design Collaborative, Arizona State University
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Marcus Denetdale

Program Manager, Construction in Indian Country, Arizona State University
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Stephen Evans

Chair, Arizona Community Foundation
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Reginald Givens

Deputy Director, Arizona Department of Housing
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C.J. Hager

Director of Healthy Communities, Vitalyst Health Foundation
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Steve Seleznow

President & Chief Executive Officer, Arizona Community Foundation
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Andrea Whitsett

Director, Morrison Institute of Public Policy at Arizona State University
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Elisa de la Vara

Chief Community Officer, Arizona Community Foundation
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