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Commission on Diversity Awareness
A commission to foster support, respect, awareness and appreciation of diversity among all citizens of Flagstaff.
The Commission on Diversity Awareness humbly acknowledges the ancestral homelands of this area’s Indigenous nations and original stewards. These lands, still inhabited by Native descendants, border mountains sacred to Indigenous peoples. We honor them, their legacies, their traditions, and their continued contributions. We celebrate their past, present, and future generations who will forever know this place as home.
- 1:30 pm
- The 3rd Wednesday of every month
- Virtual Meeting - See Agenda for Meeting Link
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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The Commission on Diversity Awareness presented the findings from the "Survey on Climate for Diversity in Flagstaff, Arizona" on January 26, 2021.
Community Asset Map
The Commission would like community members to know and have access to the Community Asset Map that was presented to the Commission on February 15, 2022. The Community Asset Map is a listing of resources related to children and family services, mental health and addiction treatment and detoxification.
Click the button on the top right of the video player to show the other videos in the playlist.
- Christine Tucci
- Robert "Dan" Duke
- Mandy Martinez Gebler
- Claire Hardi
- Marcela Pino
- Jean Toner
- DeAnn Wegwert
The Commission on Diversity Awareness consists of seven citizens who represent the diverse population of Flagstaff. The mission of the commission includes, but is not limited to:
- Fostering mutual understanding, tolerance, respect, and awareness among all citizens
- Recognizing the different economic, cultural, social, religious, and ethnic groups within the City;
- Cooperating in the development of educational programs dedicated to improving community relations
- Enlisting support of various groups to foster diversity awareness
The City does not discriminate against any person to whom it provides services because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, genetic information, veteran's status, pregnancy, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (City Code Chapter 14-02 Civil Rights).
If you have any concerns that your rights are being violated, please contact Brandi Suda - Interim Human Resources Director.
View the Enacting Authority (PDF).
CODA Member Helpful Notes
The Helpful Notes documents contains information and links to information for CODA Members.