Joyce Finkelstein

Joyce Finkelstein

Chair at Pima Association of Governments

Location:
1 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, United States
HQ Phone:
(520) 792-1093

General Information

Experience

Governor's Advisory Council on Aging

President  - Rotary Club of Green Valley

Affiliations

Board Member  - Greater Green Valley Community Foundation

Board Member  - Green Valley Recreation Inc

Secretary  - Greater Green Valley Community Foundation

Member  - Campaign

Member  - Volunteer Clearinghouse

Member  - Foundation's Allocations Committee

Board Member  - Community Performance & Art Center Foundation

Member  - Mature Worker Connection

Recent News  

• Joyce Finkelstein, Executive Director - Directory
Joyce Finkelstein, Executive Director/Directory Joyce Finkelstein has been the Executive Director of GVCCC since 1999. A resident of Green Valley since 1996, Joyce is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. She and her husband Mike, live in San Ignacio Vistas HOA. Joyce works with several volunteer organizations, including the Greater Green Valley Community Foundation, Community Performing Arts Center Foundation, Green Valley Rotary and the Green Valley Rotary Foundation, and Pima Community College Community Learning Center in Green Valley Advisory Council. In 2006, Joyce was appointed to the Governor's Advisory Council on Aging.

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Joyce Finkelstein, Executive Director/Directory
Joyce Finkelstein has been the Executive Director of GVCCC since 1999. A resident of Green Valley since 1996, Joyce is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. She and her husband Mike, live in San Ignacio Vistas HOA. Joyce works with several volunteer organizations, including the Greater Green Valley Community Foundation, Community Performing Arts Center Foundation, Green Valley Rotary and the Green Valley Rotary Foundation, and Pima Community College Community Learning Center in Green Valley Advisory Council. In 2006, Joyce was appointed to the Governor's Advisory Council on Aging.

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"Dr. Carmona is a perfect representative for getting the word out on the importance of being counted as part of the Census 2010 efforts, particularly since we know that the Hispanic population is considered hard-to-count and one that we are making a greater effort to target in our public outreach efforts," said Joyce Finkelstein, chair of PAG's Complete Count Committee.
"It's also important to note that information recorded on census forms remains confidential," Finkelstein said.

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