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Kesha Dawson is the new program director for the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona. She will oversee all of WFSA’s grant-making activities, including the Equity & Opportunity Fund, annual grants, Go Girls! sports grants and Unidas girls’ philanthropy program. Dawson attended the University of Arizona and is certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt.

Angie Brown of Gordley Design Group and Joanna Grassinger, an independent consultant, were elected officers of the Grand Canyon Chapter of the International Association for Public Participation. Brown is president and Grassinger is secretary.

John Nelson has been named senior public information specialist for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He will be involved in all aspects of MDA’s national and local public relations efforts. Nelson has 30 years of experience in public relations.

The A List gives props to the Tucson business community’s movers and shakers. Send information to alist@tucsoncitizen.com.


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