Tom Jenney currently serves as state director for the Arizona Chapter of Americans for Prosperity, formerly the Arizona Federation of Tax- payers. He is a Tucson native and a 1988 graduate of University High School. He earned an associate’s degree from the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Latin American Studies from Georgetown University.
Jenney has written and translated articles for the Institute for Justice and the Cato Tax Payer Community Activist Institute in Washington, D.C., and for the International Center for Pension Reform in Santiago, Chile. His articles have appeared in the Arizona Daily Star, the Arizona Republic, the East Valley Tribune, and the Tucson Citizen. Most recently Jenney taught government, economics, and Spanish at St. Paul’s Preparatory Academy in Phoenix. Before that, he was communications director of the the Goldwater Institute, overseeing the Institute’s media relations and acting as senior editor for its many publications.
Prior to joining Goldwater, Jenney served for two years as Administrator for the Unique Learning Center, a faith-based after-school program in Washington, D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood. He serves as an elder at theEmmanuel Presbyterian Church in Phoenix. He is also a member of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Arizona, the PAChyderm Coalition, the Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association, the Phoenix Young Republicans, the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, and the Arizona Tax Research Association. Source: http://www.tomjenney.com/