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Arizona Town Hall is a non-profit organization that brings diverse people together to solve critical and often divisive policy issues

Arizona Town Hall Annual Meeting and Summit on Topics

Friday, July 16, 2021
9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

During this virtual event, participants will hear presentations on the top three potential topics for 2023 (as identified by our Annual Topic Survey).

  • The Environment - James L. BuizerFounding Director, Arizona Institutes for Resilience; Professor, Climate Adaptation & Int'l Development, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona
  • Elections - Jennifer MarsonExecutive Director, Arizona Association of Counties
  • Equity - Carol Scott Berry, Judge (Ret.), Phoenix Municipal Court

The event and presentations are open to the public and a great program for anyone interested in the hottest issues facing Arizona. After speaker presentations, participants will engage in panel discussions on the three topics presented, have the opportunity to introduce potential topics, and help select the 2023 topic.


Community Town Halls will also be held before the Statewide Town Hall on the chosen topic. These smaller sessions will tap into communities across the state in order to capture input from Arizona's many diverse perspectives. Reports from the Community Town Hall sessions will be compiled and included with the background materials to further enrich the discussions at the statewide Town Hall.

The topic chosen for 2020-21 is Creating Vibrant Communities.

The topic chosen for 2022 is Mental Health, Homelessness, and Substance Use.

Click here to see previous Town Hall topics and their reports.

Thank you for a successful Silent Auction and Raffle!

For a list of winners, click here.

See your name on the list? Contact Arizona Town Hall staff by email or by phone at 602-252-9600 to arrange pickup of your prize.

2021 Annual Meeting Raffles and Silent Auction

Whether or not you plan to attend the Annual Meeting, you can support Arizona Town Hall and get a tangible benefit in return by supporting our Raffles and Silent Auction.

Items include: an afternoon sailing San Diego Bay as a guest on a private yacht; dinner for 2 with wine pairings at elements restaurant at the fabulous Sanctuary Resort on Camelback Mountain; fabulous stay-and-play packages for Yuma, Tucson, Sedona, and Lake Havasu City; unique and beautiful art, jewelry, and collectibles; a flex-8 pack to Phoenix Theatre; a golf package; and much more.

Cost of raffle entries varies per item, with some as low as 10 entries for $10. Take a chance on some great prizes!


Your generous donation or purchase will support the work of Arizona Town Hall and help improve the quality of civic engagement and leadership throughout the state.

For questions or if you have trouble navigating the RallyUp website, read the FAQ section on the main page. 

You can also text "aztownhall" to 1-855-202-2100 to be sent a link to the Silent Auction on your phone.

Bidding, and this time-limited campaign, end July 16, 2021 at 7:15 p.m. (PST).

2021 Shirley Agnos Arizona Town Hall Legacy Award

During the program will be the presentation of the 2021 Shirley Agnos Arizona Town Hall Legacy Award to Bruce Dusenberry, Manager of Horizon Moving Group L.L.C.

Bruce is a native Tucsonan. He received a BA degree in Political Science from Occidental College and his J.D. from the UCLA School of Law. He practiced corporate, commercial, and real estate law for 17 years in Tucson, and then changed careers in 1994 to run the family business, Horizon Moving Systems. After 2 decades as President and growing the company to one of the largest United Van Lines operations in the country, the moving businesses in Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff and Yuma were successfully sold - marking the end of the moving & storage business founded by his grandfather in 1924. The Dusenberry family retained ownership of the land, warehouses and office buildings located throughout Arizona, and Bruce remains engaged in the management of these commercial real estate holdings.

He is a member of Arizona Town Hall (past-Chair) and an emeritus member of the DM 50 (past-President), Southern Arizona Leadership Council, VIP Breakfast Club and Breakfast Club of Tucson. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Fox Tucson Theatre and is currently Board Chair of the Tucson Airport Authority.

Bruce is an instrument rated private pilot. He was honored as Tucson’s “Man of the Year” in 2009 by the Tucson Metro Chamber. He enjoys U of A sports, flying his Cessna T210, traveling and spending as much time as possible with family and friends.

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