Profiles in "Government Relations" Expertise Area

  • Bates is an Associate Dean and Professor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. She is a historian of the 19th and 20th centuries U.S. Indigenous South.
  • Program Manager of CIIC; assisting tribes, industry and academics in construction. A, CESE, PhD Student with research focusing in assessing tribal housing projects and natural building materials found on tribal lands.
  • Jackie oversees operations of CTF’s research and education portfolio, including managing relationships with government/industry sponsors, and ensuring performance through deliverables, personnel, finances, and logistics.
  • Dulce Vasquez is the Asst. Vice President of Strategic Advancement in the Office of University Affairs and manages a wide portfolio of activities in Los Angeles.
  • Experienced city manager with an interest in international programs. Active in the International City/County Management Association for many years and participated in study programs to Japan, India, Israel, and Ireland.
  • Shana Ellis, MPA, has 25+ years’ experience in non-profit management in homelessness, housing, aging, disabilities, fundraising, and incubation of new programs. She currently is Executive Director of ASU’s Action Nexus on Homelessness and Housing.
  • Armand Ganajian is a licensed attorney in Arizona with a Juris Doctorate from the Sandra Day O'Connor college of Law. Armand has spent his career specializing in the area of government contracts and federal regulation.