Maricopa Councilmember Nancy Smith has been appointed to serve on the Pinal Partnership Board of Directors. The Pinal Partnership was created with a vision of uniting community growth efforts in Pinal County.

“I am thrilled to be invited and approved by the Pinal Partnership to serve as a new board member,” said Councilmember Nancy Smith. “Serving on this board provides a tremendous opportunity for the City of Maricopa and I am honored. Pinal County has so much to be excited about, and Maricopa is a vital part to what makes our county so fabulous. Pinal Partnership’s vision of uniting community growth efforts in our county is perfectly in sync with my vision for establishing partnerships that will help benefit Maricopa. I look forward to being a part of their subcommittees, which will allow for sharing ideas from a Maricopa perspective.”

Pinal County has become the fastest growing county in Arizona with some of the most exciting possibilities in the country. With so many diverse resources and so much opportunity, Pinal Partnership was formed to bring together all the people and ideas that will ultimately lead Pinal County to its full potential.

We are thrilled that Councilwoman Smith accepted our invitation to join this great board,” said Pinal Partnership Board Chair Jordan Rose. “Her leadership, optimistic outlook, ability to find solutions to difficult problems, and her commitment to doing the right thing for our community makes her an ideal board member for Pinal Partnership as we strive to make sure that Pinal County is better each day than it was the day before! We are incredibly grateful for her willingness to donate precious time to our group.”

In addition to monthly breakfasts about timely topics, the Partnership brings together stakeholders to advocate for efforts such as the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) highway improvements designated by the Governments of Pinal County and Pinal County’s Cities and Towns.

Active Pinal Partnership committees that support issues facing Pinal County are: Education; Parks, Trails, Open Space and Public Lands; Health and Human Services: Government Relations; Economic Development; Transportation and Infrastructure and Water Resources.