Valley Impact Luncheon

Saturday, November 15, 2014
Auction - 10:30 a.m., Luncheon - 12 p.m.
JW Marriot Camelback Inn
Master of Ceremonies - Sean McLaughlin, CBS 5 News


The Junior League of Phoenix is looking for your nominations 
for the 6th Annual Junior League of Phoenix Valley Impact Award.
This award recognizes individuals with outstanding community leadership
in the greater Phoenix area. Award recipients will be honored at
the Junior League of Phoenix's Valley impact Luncheon on November 15
at the Camelback Inn. Applications are due by September 10.



The 2013 Award Recipients:
Jonathan Cottor, founder of Ryan House
Lisa Scarpinato, co-founder of Kitchen on the Street

For questions regarding the award process,
please contact Wendy Brooks at The Junior League of Phoenix, 602-234-3388.

JLP is currently seeking partnerships for the Valley Impact Luncheon! Let's work together to make this event a success! 


Dr. Victoria Maizes
2014 Valley Impact Luncheon Keynote Speaker
Dr. Victoria Maizes is Executive Director of the University of 
Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and a Professor of
Medicine, Family Medicine and Public Health. She is internationally
recognized as a leader in integrative medicine, and is committed to
pioneering change efforts that solve US health care system problems.
Together with her team at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine 
she created national
education models that are used by thousands of
physicians each year and developed an integrative primary care clinic in
She is editor of the Oxford University textbook Women's
Integrative Health and the author of Be Fruitful: The Essential Guide
to Maximizing Fertility and Giving Birth to a Healthy Child. In 2009,
she was named one of the world's 25 intelligent optimists by ODE

Ann Denk
2014 Valley Impact Luncheon Honorary Chair
Born and raised in Phoenix, Ann has been a supporting member 
of the Junior League since the mid 1970s. 
She is a past President
of the Junior League of Phoenix. Ann is a member of the Barrow
Women's Board, 
The Board of Visitors and the Desert Foundation
Auxiliary. Ann and her husband Greg are the parents of
two grown children and three grandchildren.