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Phoenix Stanford Chapter

Welcome to Phoenix Stanford Chapter

PSC Board 

Co-Presidents - Erin Alaimo '88 and Jonathan Gelbart '11, MS '12 
Treasurer - Matt Smith '05, MS '05
Secretary - Mia Stier '90
Members at Large - Sharon Ewers '68, Jeff Gibbs CRT '89, Tracy Jaffe '82, and Hugh Tirrell, MBA '70

PLEASE NOTE:

Keep your intellectual curiosity thriving with a wide range of live webcasts, podcasts, videos and other online learning opportunities featuring renowned Stanford experts by clicking 
here for the Alumni Learn List
Resources and content are added continuously. If you would like to coordinate a compelling virtual activity for a small group, Design Your Energy and On Purpose are both excellent options (password: saa).

As the university recently announced, this year's football season will begin on November 7th with a 4:30 p.m. (PT) kickoff versus the Oregon Ducks. Although our chapter's autumn tradition of hosting in-person Cardinal watch parties has been sidelined by the pandemic, please contact Hugh Tirrell at htirrell@aol.com or 650.759.1122 if you are interested in informal gameday gatherings. All of this season's information and schedule may be accessed by clicking here

Please note that St. Mary's Food Bank has cancelled our emergency food packing event on Saturday, December 26th, from 8:00-10:00 a.m. We plan to reschedule - not only this event, but also our Beyond the Farm project at Maggie's Place that was cancelled in May - as soon as we are able to do so. Meanwhile, if you would like to support St. Mary's Food Bank and/or Maggie's Place throughout the holiday season, please click here and/or here to explore the many different ways.

For events sponsored by the Phoenix Ivy Council (PIC), of which our chapter is a member, please visit our Other Activities of Interest page. Upcoming in December is a virtual showing and discussion of the critically acclaimed documentary film, WBCN and The American Revolution

Are you interested in supporting current Stanford students? Two of the best ways of doing so are to post jobs and internships in the Bridging Education, Ambition, and Meaningful Work (BEAM) alumni-sourced Google Doc (click here to request access) and/or to offer to serve as mentors via the Stanford Alumni Mentoring program.

When athletic travel resumes, our Stanford Sports Information page will keep you apprised of opportunities to see our Cardinal teams in Arizona.

Not yet a member of the Phoenix Stanford Chapter? Click here for your free membership. For all the membership details please visit our membership page.

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