Executive Board

Deborah Nardozzi Profile Photo

LD24 Chair - Deborah Nardozzi

As soon as Deborah Nardozzi arrived in Arizona in 2007, she settled down—starting her own business, buying a house, and starting a family. She has now lived in Arizona longer than any other state and claims it as her home.

Deborah’s role as president of her personal assistant company allows her to be fully submersed in Phoenix metro events and nonprofits, including being a board member of Phoenix Community Acupuncture. She has also been a volunteer instructor for the Scottsdale-led Community Emergency Response Teams training, a FEMA program that prepares ordinary citizens to respond to disasters such as major flash floods or lengthy summer power outages.

After becoming a precinct committeeperson in Legislative District 24 in February 2017, she quickly organized her precinct, then the region. Deborah was the first person awarded Precinct Committeeman of the Month for LD24 and accepted the Field Director position in February 2018. Since then, Deborah has implemented the LD24 Getting on Board training series to ensure consistent and continuous training for new and seasoned PCs

Deborah will continue her hard work organizing the field, meeting with neighbors across the valley, and helping get out the vote to turn our state blue as the Chair of LD24.

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LD24 1st Vice Chair - Krista Pacion

Krista Pacion likes stories, like the one where she met her future husband while volunteering for the Howard Dean campaign in 2003. Or there's the one where she introduced Howard Dean at a women's forum in 2005, left to change for the big Democratic dinner that night, got into an accident--guy ran a stop sign--went to St. Joe's (the same hospital she was born in, yeah, she's a native Arizonan!), saw Governor Napolitano visiting a patient, then got discharged and went to the Democratic dinner anyway--because why not?--where she met AG Terry Goddard and Howard Dean because somehow in all the work of 2005, she was awarded the Democratic Precinct Committee Person of the Year award. True Story.

Other stories surround Krista, I mean, she's experienced a lot in her 15 year tenure in Democratic politics, like a stint as the Pinal County Democrats Treasurer, 2016 Delegate for Hillary Clinton, and 5 years as the President of Emerge Arizona, a role she recently stepped down from, leaving with the largest number of Emerge Arizona women running for office and the best year of fundraising in Emerge Arizona history.

Krista regularly volunteers and hosts candidate fundraisers, owns and occasionally writes for DemocraticDiva.com, and is raising two future women leaders. She loves being the First Vice Chair of LD24 and is proud of the great work happening there.

Krista has never met Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama or Joe Biden or Michelle Obama but wishes she could (anyone want to pull some strings?). Ask Krista about the time she almost met Nancy Pelosi. It's another great story. 

 

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LD24 2nd Vice Chair - Jaclyn Boyes

Jaclyn Boyes is a Sr. Career Specialist for an international business school in LD24. Previously she worked in the non-profit sector in program management and fundraising roles that directly supported children and families in the district. 

Jaclyn currently serves as Board Secretary at Leading for Change, a development program focused on providing leaders and emerging leaders with the tools, resources and networks to advance social justice and progressive values in communities. In 2018, she was recognized by The Phoenix Business Journal as a Top 40 under 40 professional for her work on helping to pass legislation for free identification for homeless veterans. 

A lifelong learner, Jaclyn graduated from Gonzaga University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and from University of Phoenix with a Master’s Degree in Education. She also holds certifications in career coaching, diversity and inclusion facilitation and non-profit management and leadership. 


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LD24 Outreach - Peter Anderegg

Born in Boston, Peter Lorenzo Anderegg graduated from Harvard University and The Juilliard School before moving to Phoenix in 2007. He started in politics as a leader with the Phoenix Working Young Democrats in 2008 and, after volunteering on various campaigns, was elected as a PC in North High precinct in 2018. A cellist and union activist, he has worked as a campaign organizer for the Arizona Education Association and currently leads the bargaining team for The Phoenix Symphony's musicians, represented by AFM Local 586 - Professional Musicians of Arizona. He is passionate about transforming the government of Arizona to work for the working class and is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America.

 

 

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LD24 Treasurer - Heather Mrowiec

 

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LD24 Fundraising & Events - Aaron Abbott

Aaron began his political career protesting with his mother at the Las Vegas nuclear test site. Continuing to fight for progressive causes, Aaron became Vice President of his high school’s Young Democrats club. Aaron marched at Red for Ed and was invited to give a speech in front of the capitol. Shortly thereafter, he organized an Invest in Ed signing event which pulled nearly 1000 signatures. Aaron has fundraised for numerous candidates including David Garcia and Jennifer Longdon. An Arizona native, Aaron is passionate in the fight to transform his state into a more just and equitable place.

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LD24 Communications - Blaise Caudill

As a Tucson-native, Flagstaff transplant, and current Phoenician, Blaise celebrates the diversity of Arizona, in climate and culture. Blaise is passionate about engaging and empowering diverse, non-traditional partners in creative solution ideation. In the past, Blaise was a founding member of Arizona Deliberates, worked with St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, the Alliance for Innovation, and the City of Goodyear to find real solutions to hard problems. After completing his Masters in Public Administration through the Marvin Andrews Fellowship at Arizona State University, Blaise now uses the lessons from his past work in serving as the Chief of Staff to Councilmember Whittaker in the City of Mesa. He looks forward to a future of public service and aspires to make Arizona reflect the inherent ingenuity, creativity, and beauty he sees in it every day.