Valley Partnership, the Valley’s leading voice for responsible development, recently named four real estate industry leaders as inaugural Honorary Board Members Grady Gammage, Jr., the firm’s founding member. The Gammage & Burnham firm has long been a supporter and sponsor of Valley Partnership and its goals.
“The issues that Valley Partnership addresses are increasing complex – engaging with legislative leaders at the local, state, and federal levels. From water to entitlements, from investments to economic development, these leaders have worked across these segments and are proven thought leaders and do-ers. They have served on the governing board of directors for Valley Partnership and now we can look their strategic advice on issues of import to our industry and leverage their experience and expertise when needed,” said Cheryl Lombard, President/CEO of Valley Partnership.
Grady has had a varied and diverse 40 year career in law and public policy in Arizona. He is a sought after speaker on all things real estate, a professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, plus a Senior Fellor at ASU’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy and the Kyl Center for Water Policy. Grady is a successful real estate and zoning lawyer, and he is the author of two books on the Phoenix Metropolitan area which have been critically acclaimed and widely quoted. The most recent The Future of the Suburban City: Lessons from Sustaining Phoenix” was published by Island Press in 2016 and is available on Amazon.
Other Honorary Board members include John DiVall, senior vice president and market officer for Liberty Property Trust; Karrin Taylor Robson, founder of Arizona Strategies; and John Graham, CEO of Sunbelt Holdings, were named as Valley Partnership Honorary Board Members.
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