Marcie Rodriguez named CCUSD’s Chief Financial Officer beginning the 2021-2022 School Year

Posted 6/23/21

At their June 15 Governing Board Meeting, the Cave Creek Unified School District’s Governing Board approved Marcie Rodriquez as CCUSD’s CFO beginning the 2021-2022 school year.

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Marcie Rodriguez named CCUSD’s Chief Financial Officer beginning the 2021-2022 School Year

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At its June 15 Governing Board Meeting, the Cave Creek Unified School District’s Governing Board approved Marcie Rodriquez as CCUSD’s CFO beginning the 2021-2022 school year.

Rodriguez has over 20 years of experience in Arizona school finance and operations.  

She started her career at the Arizona Department of Education as the director of school finance.  

Along her professional journey, she has been a collaborative leader of an elementary, a unified and a union high school district.  

She has led steering committees that successfully passed bonds, maintenance and operation override and capital override elections.  

Rodriguez is passionate about creating innovative environments where students are engaged and challenged to be independent thinkers.

She also serves on the board of a non-profit educational foundation that awards over 20 scholarships a year towards post-secondary education.

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