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Tucson Young Professionals holds a monthly CEO Roundtable as an avenue of professional development for our members and the community.
We ask our featured speaker to candidly speak for 30-35 minutes about their story of successes, pitfalls, and laughs on their journey to becoming a successful leader.
Ticket includes event entry and appetizers.
- Always free for TYP Members – Enter your email address as the promo code to reveal your free ticket.
- $15 for community members
- 5:30-6: 00 pm Networking and Appetizers
- 6:00-6:45 pm CEO Roundtable Q&A
- 6:45-7:00 pm Closing
What is TYP?
Tucson Young Professionals is a group of young business and community leaders focused on the attraction, retention, and promotion of young professionals in Tucson. Together we create a voice to help impact the development and growth of Tucson. Welcoming ages 21-45.
About our Speaker:
Danny Knee, Community Investment Corporation
Danny has nearly two decades experience in the public and non-profit sectors including 11 years in executive management. He earned a BA in writing from Johns Hopkins University where he was captain of the nationally ranked Division III men’s basketball team. He also holds Master Degrees in City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University and Business Administration from the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Business. He has a wide array of community development and affordable housing experience through his work at the Tucson Urban League and Habitat for Humanity Tucson, organizations where he also served terms as Interim Director. Danny was also a middle school teacher early in his professional career and remains passionate about education from serving as the Chief Operating Officer of Earn to Learn, an Arizona-wide college scholarship organization. As co-founder of Single Focus Web, a web development company he started with his wife, Cecily, he brings experience as an entrepreneur and small business owner to Community Investment Corporation. He was named one of Tucson’s “40-Under-40” in 2007 for contributions to his profession and the community. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Danny has called Tucson his home since 2004.