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Shana Ellis

Chair

Valley Metro

HQ Phone:  (602) 253-5000

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Valley Metro

302 N. 1St Ave. Suite 700

Phoenix, Arizona,85003

United States

Company Description

Valley Metro provides eco-friendly public transit options to residents of greater Phoenix and Maricopa County including the planning and operations of a regional bus system and the development and operations of light rail. In Fiscal Year 2014, total ridership ...more

Background Information

Employment History

President and Chief Executive Officer

The Centers for Habilitation


Affiliations

Tempe Leadership

City Council Members


Tempe Community Action Agency Inc

Board Member


Kiwanis Club of Tempe

President and Member


Arizona Community Action Association

Member of the Board, Medical Centers Board


St. Luke's Medical Center

Board Member


Class 37 of Valley Leadership

Member


Papago

Park Master Plan Committee


Community Ad Hoc Committee on Long-Range Finance Planning

Park Master Plan Committee


National League of Cities Community and Economic Development Policy/Advocacy Committee

Member


Regional Public Transportation Authority

Chairperson of the Board of Directors


Tempe Councilwoman and Metro

Board Member


Metro Rail

Chair of the Board of Directors


Tempe City Council

Member


Education

Class XIII


Tempe High School


Bachelor's Degree

Business/Computer Information Systems

Arizona State University


Master

Public Administration

Arizona State University


Web References(111 Total References)


Providing Public Transportation Alternatives for the Greater Phoenix Metro Area | Valley Metro | Board of Directors

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Shana Ellis named as Outstanding Community Leader

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Shana Ellis named as Outstanding Community Leader
January 28, 2014 Shana Ellis Tempe Leadership will award its highest honor, the Outstanding Community Leader Award, to Shana Ellis at the Tempe Chamber of Commerce's "Breakfast for Chamber Champions" event on February 28, 2014 at the Embassy Suites Tempe. Ms. Ellis, a native of Tempe, was named in January as the President and CEO of The Centers for Habilitation in Tempe, a statewide nonprofit organization which has served people with disabilities since 1967. Ellis is also serving her second term on the Tempe City Council, she is the current chair of the Metro Rail Board, past chair of the Valley Metro/Regional Public Transit Authority Board, past chair of the Maricopa Association of Governments continuum of Care Committee on Homelessness, past chair of the Tempe Human Relations Commission, and past chair of the Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council. She is a former President and longtime member of the Kiwanis Club of Tempe, a member of the Arizona Community Action Association Board, St. Luke's Medical Centers Board, and served two terms on the Tempe Community Council Board of Directors. Ms. Ellis is a Past-President of Tempe Leadership, a graduate of Class XIII and is still a dedicated volunteer to the program. Tempe Leadership Board President, Tanya Chavez, said Ellis was an easy choice for the award. "Not only has Shana served our community well, but she represents the best of Tempe Leadership and serves as an example for other emerging leaders in our community," Chavez said.


www.valleymetro.org

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Shana Ellis was elected to the Tempe City Council in March 2006 and was re-elected in March 2010. She was raised in Tempe and graduated from Tempe High School and Arizona State University, where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Business/Computer Information Systems and a Master's in Public Administration. Ellis is chair of the Transportation Committee and Technology Sustainability Sub-Committee, and serves on the Housing Committee, Community Sustainability Committee, the Mill and Lake District Committee, Community Ad Hoc Committee on Long-Range Finance Planning, and the Papago Park Master Plan Committee. Recently, she was appointed to the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) and to the National League of Cities Transportation Infrastructure and Services Policy and Advocacy Committees. Ellis' leadership experience includes serving on the Board of Directors of Tempe Leadership (President in 2004) www.tempeleadership.org, the Tempe Human Relations Commission (Chair in 2000) www.tempe.gov/hrc/, Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council (Chair in 2001-2002) www.aaaphx.org/Advisory, the Valley Metro/RPTA Board (Vice Chair) www.valleymetro.org/ and the Kiwanis Club of Tempe (President in 2002). Along with serving as Tempe's representative to the Metro Rail Board, Ellis is also a Tempe Community Council board member www.tempe.gov/tcc and a member of the Community and Economic Development Policy/Advocacy Committee of the National League of Cities. She also has volunteered for numerous organizations including Tempe Boys & Girls Club www.clubzona.com, Tempe Rio Salado Little League, Tempe St. Luke's Hospital, Tempe Cares, Tempe Diablos, Tempe Sister Cities www.community.tempe.gov/sister, Childsplay, Broadmor Elementary School. Waggoner Elementary School, Marcos de Niza High School and Kyrene Middle School. Shana most recently was awarded the 2010 Councilmember of the Year award from the regional branch of NAHRO and has been the recipient of the Brian Mickelsen Housing Hero Award in the category of elected official. Ellis is married and has two children. She retired from Tempe Community Council in 2006, after a 20-year tenure, where she worked with hundreds of non-profit organizations and community groups.


www.valleymetro.org

Shana Ellis was elected to the Tempe City Council in March 2006 and was re-elected in March 2010.
She was raised in Tempe and graduated from Tempe High School and Arizona State University, where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Business/Computer Information Systems and a Master's in Public Administration. Ellis is chair of the Transportation Committee and Technology Sustainability Sub-Committee, and serves on the Housing Committee, Community Sustainability Committee, the Mill and Lake District Committee, Community Ad Hoc Committee on Long-Range Finance Planning, and the Papago Park Master Plan Committee. Recently, she was appointed to the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) and to the National League of Cities Transportation Infrastructure and Services Policy and Advocacy Committees. Ellis' leadership experience includes serving on the Board of Directors of Tempe Leadership (President in 2004, the Tempe Human Relations Commission (Chair in 2000), Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council (Chair in 2001-2002), and the Kiwanis Club of Tempe (President in 2002). Along with serving as Tempe's representative to the Metro Rail Board, Ellis is also a Tempe Community Council board member and a member of the Community and Economic Development Policy/Advocacy Committee of the National League of Cities. She was most recently was awarded the 2010 Councilmember of the Year award from the regional branch of NAHRO and has been the recipient of the Brian Mickelsen Housing Hero Award in the category of elected official. Ellis is married and has two children. She retired from Tempe Community Council in 2006, after a 20-year tenure, where she worked with hundreds of non-profit organizations and community groups.


www.valleymetro.org

Shana Ellis Photo
Shana Ellis was elected to the Tempe City Council in March 2006 and was re-elected in March 2010. She was raised in Tempe and graduated from Tempe High School and Arizona State University, where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Business/Computer Information Systems and a Master's in Public Administration. Ellis is chair of the Transportation Committee and Technology Sustainability Sub-Committee, and serves on the Housing Committee, Community Sustainability Committee, the Mill and Lake District Committee, Community Ad Hoc Committee on Long-Range Finance Planning, and the Papago Park Master Plan Committee. Recently, she was appointed to the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) and to the National League of Cities Transportation Infrastructure and Services Policy and Advocacy Committees. Ellis' leadership experience includes serving on the Board of Directors of Tempe Leadership (President in 2004, the Tempe Human Relations Commission (Chair in 2000), Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council (Chair in 2001-2002), and the Kiwanis Club of Tempe (President in 2002). Along with serving as Tempe's representative to the Metro Rail Board, Ellis is also a Tempe Community Council board member and a member of the Community and Economic Development Policy/Advocacy Committee of the National League of Cities. She was most recently was awarded the 2010 Councilmember of the Year award from the regional branch of NAHRO and has been the recipient of the Brian Mickelsen Housing Hero Award in the category of elected official. Ellis is married and has two children. She retired from Tempe Community Council in 2006, after a 20-year tenure, where she worked with hundreds of non-profit organizations and community groups.


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