Greater Phoenix Chamber names new members to VYP Board

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Posted 7/7/20

The Greater Phoenix Chamber has appointed five new members to its Valley Young Professionals Board of Directors.

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Greater Phoenix Chamber names new members to VYP Board


The Greater Phoenix Chamber has appointed five new members to its Valley Young Professionals Board of Directors.

A program of the Greater Phoenix Chamber, according to a press release, VYP is for Valley-area professionals ages 25-39 aimed at creating the next generation of Phoenix leaders who inform and educate its members on important issues facing the local community.

The Chamber’s 2020-2021 Board is responsible for overseeing VYP programming, which includes identifying relevant content, impactful speakers, new event venues, and community partnerships, the release said.

Joining the 2020-2021 VYP Board are:

  • Sarah Amaral, development and special events senior manager, Junior Achievement of Arizona
  • Chad Guzman, director, Government Relations, EPCOR
  • Nicole Matt, marketing and business development manager, Prisma Graphic
  • Lindsay Moellenberndt, chief business development/marketing officer, Fennemore Craig
  • Amy Scoville-Weaver, program manager, Sustainability, Arizona State University

In its 10th year, the VYP Board of Directors manages a “strong program to retain and attract young professionals to the Greater Phoenix area by connecting them to the community.

“The VYP program is vital to advancing the Chamber’s mission to promote regional prosperity, serving as a catalyst for economic vitality and strong communities, especially as we continue to navigate uncharted waters amid the global pandemic,” said Greater Phoenix Chamber President/CEO Todd Sanders in a prepared statement.

“We are proud to add strong leaders to the VYP Board to guide us in new ways by providing innovative, meaningful opportunities for Greater Phoenix’s young leaders to learn about our community, connect with each other, and grow their leadership skills.”

New board members will add “unique and diverse perspectives that will help carry out the VYP mission to build lasting relationships, establish professional development opportunities and act as a catalyst for change in the community,” the release said.

For more information about VYP, contact Ashley Caronna at

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