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​​​​Hive Advisory Board

The board's purpose is to set goals and expectations for the space and also as a source for community feedback. The Hive Advisory Board meets 2-3 times per year.

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Armando Bras
Library Board
Armando’s experience includes working in International Trade and Investment for the Arizona Department of Commerce and Economic and Community Development for the state of Wisconsin. Using his 20 years of state and local government experience, he has created new models of collaboration with public and private sector entities to address the issues of workforce development and talent retention. Mr. Bras is currently serving as Vice-Chair on the Library Board for the City of Phoenix.
 
Kathy Husser
Phoenix Public Library
Adult Services Coordinator
Systemwide Adult Services Coordinator for the Phoenix Public Library. Kathy holds a Bachelors Degree in Business from ASU and worked for Kraft and Fleming Companies in sales and marketing. She has worked in libraries since 1982, and her Masters in Library and Information Science is from the University of Arizona.

Phil Bradstock 
City of Phoenix, Program Manager
Business Retention Division & Phoenix Film Office
Phil has been with the City of Phoenix in the Community and Economic Development Department since July, 2006. His responsibilities involve promoting the local film industry and coordinating shoots as the Film Commissioner while also leading the departments Innovation and Entrepreneurship sector strategy initiative. Phil spent most of his life in Phoenix and graduated from Brophy College Preparatory and Boston College where he earned a degree in Political Science.
Lillian Habeich
Hance Park Conservancy
Consultant by profession and world citizen by avocation, she has consulted to individuals, schools, city government, for-profit and non-profit entities; including the government of Bahrain, through the U.S. Embassy. She has also run two businesses, one based in Boston in international import/export and the other locally in real estate. She currently lectures about international business and entrepreneurship at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, consults for the Arizona Council on Economic Education (“ACEE”), and is dedicated to the Hance Park Conservancy.
 
Mae Sinclair
City of Phoenix Human Resources
Training and Curriculum Coordinator Employee Development
In the past, Mae worked for a Fortune 500 financial services company for 30 years in their New York, Chicago and Phoenix offices. Mae’s experience also includes overseeing the Training, Leadership and Development Programs. In this role, her department was responsible for all levels of training - expanding a variety of competencies including leadership, performance management, team development, culture change, strategic planning, sales and customer service. She has also been certified as an executive coach and a master facilitator for several leadership assessment instruments. She held various management positions in Human Resources and Training and Development. Mae’s commitment to developing people both - personally and professionally - is evident in her passion for learning and inspiring others to achieve their very best. ​


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