Event Types

Nic Clement retired in 2013 after serving nine years as the Superintendent of Flowing Wells School District in Tucson, Arizona.

Following retirement, Dr. Clement was appointed to the Ernest McFarland Citizen’s Chair in Education at Northern Arizona University. In this endowed faculty position, Dr. Clement is responsible for teaching & advocating for education throughout the nation.

In addition to his NAU responsibilities, Dr. Clement serves as a consultant with the Arizona School Boards Association, doing Board training and conducting Superintendent Searches and is currently coordinating efforts to recruit the new Tucson Unified School District Superintendent.  Dr. Clement is also a Mentor with the AASA National Superintendent Certification program.

Dr. Clement recently authored 3 books, Legendary Teacher Stories, Legendary Leadership Lessons and a children's book, The Reading Pig Goes to School with all royalties being donated to the Legendary Teacher Day Foundation.  Legendary Teacher Day is a grassroots effort started by Dr. Clement 3 years ago.  Legendary Teacher Day is the 4th Thursday in September and everyone is encouraged to contact the Legendary Teacher in their life on this day and let them know about the difference their Legendary Teacher made in their life.

Dr. Nic Clement
 Aug 01, 2017

Dr. Lyn Olsen has been the director of the federal grant Upward Bound Trio Program which provides a wide variety of college prep services to disadvantaged, low-income, high school students from Rincon, Amphi, Presidio and Flowing Wells Schools.  She has provided all types of students services as well as taught for over 20 years at Pima Community College.  She earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education from the University of Arizona and her master's in public administration from Montana State University.    She has five national certifications in healthcare administration as well as written many books and done hundreds of presentations on a wide variety of topics.

Dr. Lynette Olsen
 Aug 08, 2017
No meeting on August 15
 Aug 15, 2017
Vicki Willan
 Aug 22, 2017
DG Joe Hentges
 Aug 29, 2017
Michael Pollard
 Sep 05, 2017

The River Run Network is a group of people working together to restore Tucson's heritage of flowing creeks and rivers.

The River Run Network includes all of the Tucson basin, with a focus on target restoration areas, called streamsheds. Streamsheds are specific stream sections and the adjacent land area that most influences the stream hydrology. The streamsheds are delineated by areas that have common hydrologic characteristics and flow restoration goal.

Off site visit: Wastershed Management Group
 Sep 12, 2017

Gayle grew up in the Albany area of Upstate New York, and moved to Tucson 18 years ago to escape the winters, where she fell in love with the desert and mountain ranges.


Gayle was the first in her family to go to college and earned her Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2002.


Gayle has served in leadership positions including Human Resources & Marketing Director at Carondelet Medical Group, Physician Operations Director at Banner Health, Pathology Administrator at UPH (before Banner came to Tucson), and as a community outreach liaison to rural communities at Cenpatico. She currently serves as Development Director for the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance.

Gayle Petrillo
 Sep 19, 2017
 Sep 23, 2017
5:00 PM – 11:59 PM
No meeting--Please attend the District Conference!
 Oct 10, 2017
White Elephant Exchange
 Oct 10, 2017
 Oct 13, 2017 – Oct 15, 2017
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild
 Oct 17, 2017
Flowing Wells science students
 Oct 24, 2017
Terry Lubsen
 Nov 14, 2017
No regularly scheduled meeting/Thanksgiving
 Nov 28, 2017

Mr. Huckelberry is a native Tucsonan. He graduated from Flowing Wells High School and earned a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering, as well as a Master of Science in Civil Engineering, from The University of Arizona. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and Registered Land Surveyor in the State of Arizona. Mr. Huckelberry began his career with Pima County in 1974 as a Field Engineer in the Department of Transportation. He became the Director of the Department of Transportation and Flood Control District in 1979 and held that position until 1986. He served as the Assistant County Manager for Public Works from 1986 to 1993; and since 1993, he has held the position of County Administrator. As County Administrator, Mr. Huckelberry manages a $1.3 billion budget and a staff of 7,000 employees under the direction of the Pima County Board of Supervisors. He has received numerous professional awards and recognition, including:  2016 Arizona Transportation Legacy Award  Distinguished Citizen Award from The University of Arizona College of Engineering  Distinguished Alumni Award from The University of Arizona’s Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics;  Engineer of the Year for the State of Arizona, awarded by the Arizona Society of Professional Engineers;  Public Official of the Year from the Arizona Parks and Recreation Association;  Public Servant of the Year awarded by the Tucson Mountains Association; and  Sonoran Desert Conservation Award from the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.  Transportation Legacy Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Arizona. He has also guided the County to numerous national awards in public works, disaster assistance and recovery, and environmental conservation. Mr. Huckelberry is the primary author of the nationally recognized Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan, which received the National Outstanding Plan award from the American Planning Association. 

Chuck Huckelberry
 Dec 05, 2017
Rafael Meza
 Dec 12, 2017
Holiday Party
 Dec 19, 2017
Enjoy your Boxing Day: No regularly scheduled mtg
 Dec 26, 2017
No meeting/enjoy the New Year
 Jan 02, 2018
White Elephant Gift Exchange
 Jan 09, 2018
Marc Acuna
 Jan 16, 2018
Off site visit: Flowing Wells
 Jan 23, 2018
No regularly scheduled meeting
 Jan 30, 2018