Tempe Chamber Names Darin Sender 2018 Business Woman of the Year

Tempe Chamber of Commerce | May 29, 2018

Anne Gill and Darin Sender

The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has named Darin Sender as the 2018 Business Woman of the Year.  She was honored at the 23rd Annual Leadership Conference & Expo on May 24th at the Doubletree by Hilton Phoenix/Tempe.

Darin is an AV-rated zoning attorney and President and founder of Sender Associates based in Tempe. In addition to her work as a zoning attorney, she also teaches zoning and land use law in the Master of Real Estate Development program at the W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU. Sender was awarded as the legal Leader of the Year in 2017 by the Phoenix Business Journal. She was a member of Tempe Leadership Class 15 and has served with the Downtown Tempe Community board and the City Planning Commission.

“The Business Woman of the Year award recognizes the valuable contributions that Darin has made to the business community. Her hard work and dedication have made an impact that we are proud to recognize,” said Anne Gill, President and CEO of the Tempe Chamber.

The two other finalists recognized at the event were Tracy Bullock, President of Bullock Training & Development and Melody Elkin, Owner of Sweetest Season Bakery & Café.

About the Tempe Chamber of Commerce
For more than a century, the Tempe Chamber of Commerce has built an environment that enhances the economic vitality of its membership and the business community as a whole. Representing more than 650 businesses, the Tempe Chamber of Commerce strengthens the local economy through network development, advocacy, professional development and influence. It regularly advocates for a favorable business climate through interactive public policy engagement and provides ongoing representation in government at local, state and federal levels. For more information on the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, please visit www.tempechamber.org or call 480-967-7891.

 

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