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The WESTMARC Team

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Sintra Hoffman

President and Chief Executive Officer

Sintra Hoffman is the President and Chief Executive Officer of WESTMARC, representing the West Valley of the Phoenix metro area.  She previously served as Assistant Division Director for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Her professional background includes over 20 years of experience in local, state and federal government. Sintra led ADOT’s Office of Public Affairs which focused on building and sustaining relationships with leaders in Arizona’s cities, towns, counties, tribes and business community to support infrastructure investments statewide. Prior to her time at ADOT, she spent 10 years with the City of Surprise, serving as the Director of Intergovernmental Relations and Deputy City Manager where she focused on policy development and economic sustainability for the community.

In her role at WESTMARC, she has the pleasure of working with 15 communities, over 3000 square miles known as the West Valley of Metro Phoenix and home to 1.6 million residents, where all stakeholders are focused on the economic growth of this region.

She serves on several community and education Boards to focus on improving the quality of life and economic vitality in the West Valley.

  • Arizona State University – New College Dean’s Advisory Board
  • Estrella Mountain Community College - President’s Community Advisory Council
  • Glendale Community College – President’s Community Advisory Council
  • Grand Canyon University – Honors College Advisory Board
  • Maricopa County Attorney’s Office Transitional Team
  • New Pathways for Youth Advisory Board
  • White Tank Mountains Conservancy Board

Sintra was recognized by Arizona Business Magazine as one of the Most Influential Women in 2016.  In 2019 she was recognized by Estrella Mountain Community College as their Education Hero and also received BMO Bank’s Women Who Lead award. She has been recognized for her accomplishments in transportation lobbying and problem solving. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Master’s of Administration in Public Administration.

623.680.0645 ext. 204 // SHOFFMAN@WESTMARC.ORG

Chairman of the Board of Directors
Partner at Orcutt Winslow

Neil Terry

Chairman of the Board of Directors
Partner at Orcutt Winslow

Neil Terry is a partner with Orcutt Winslow, a locally founded architectural and interior design firm with offices also in Nashville and Dallas/Ft. Worth. He primarily oversees the firm’s Senior Living studio which he expanded to serve a national market. He is proud of the number of state veterans homes that Orcutt Winslow has been honored to design, winning its 12th home recently in Kentucky. Throughout his career, he has had the pleasure of designing numerous types of buildings, making for an interesting volume of work.

Neil works closely with clients to create a well-orchestrated game plan and has led numerous design teams seeking to achieve the client’s goals through interactive communication and continuous monitoring. He has helped to develop a strong, customer-focused environment at Orcutt Winslow with an emphasis on developing trends in design solutions. Neil strongly believes in using his design experience to help solve community challenges.

Kimberly Jordan
Director, Strategic Partnerships and Business Development

Kimberly Jordan

Executive Vice President

Kimberly Jordan is the Executive Vice President at WESTMARC. She is committed to the future, strategic development, growth & success of the West Valley region and has a passion for workforce and economic development: strategies, initiatives & outcomes.

Kimberly has 27 years of experience in the healthcare industry within rehabilitative genres including mental / behavioral health and physical rehabilitation.  She has also held leadership positions in higher education ranging from Director of Admissions, Assistant Dean of Students and Campus Director.

In her role at WESTMARC she leads partner coordination and implementation of the regional workforce development strategy, West Valley Pipeline, manages 6 Issue Committees (Public Affairs, Economic Development, Education and Workforce Development, Healthcare, Infrastructure & Quality of Life), oversees organizational programming, the marketing team and leads WESTMARC’s data acquisition and analytics.

Kimberly serves on the following community boards and committees:

  • Career Connectors, Board of Directors
  • Grand Canyon University, Strategic Employer Advisory Council
  • West-MEC, Career Visions Steering Committee
  • Goodwill Central and Northern Arizona, Business and Community Advisory Council
  • Rio Reimagined, Partner Outreach and Economic Development committees

Kimberly holds a bachelor's degree from the State University of New York, at Stony Brook and has completely masters level work in Industrial Organizational Psychology at Argosy University in Phoenix.

623.435.0431 ext. 203 // KJORDAN@WESTMARC.ORG

Emily Striffler
WESTMARC Business Operations Manager

Emily Striffler

Director of Finance & Operations

Emily Striffler is the WESTMARC Director of Finance & Operations.  With an extensive background in finance, nonprofit organizations, board development and grants administration, she is dedicated to promotion of the West Valley, a region that has become home to this third generation Arizona native and Leadership West Class XXVII Alumna.

A detail person, Emily was a Contract and Grants Officer at ASU, a “Jill-of-All trades” for ONE – The Organization for Nonprofit Executives, as well as serving as church Treasurer and Board member.  Emily holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Arizona, but she is the lone Wildcat in a house of Sun Devils.

623.435.0431 ext. 201 // ESTRIFFLER@WESTMARC.ORG

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Lauren Serrato

Special Events & Media Relations Coordinator

Lauren Serrato is the WESTMARC Special Events & Media Relations Coordinator. With a background in journalism, she has been published, produced multimedia content, and edited for numerous national and local news media markets. With a passion for the West Valley, Lauren was born and raised in Arizona and has lived, worked and gone to school in 6 of the 15 communities WESTMARC serves.

Lauren holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Journalism from Wagner College in New York. She also earned her master's degree from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

623.435.0431 ext. 205 // LSERRATO@WESTMARC.ORG

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Kevin Dumcum

Director of Regional Workforce Development

Kevin Dumcum has been the Director for Regional Workforce Development for WESTMARC since June 2022. Prior to that, he spent seven years as a Business Services Representative and Business Services Team Supervisor for Maricopa County Human Services Department / ARIZONA@WORK Maricopa County. Kevin has given numerous presentations on workforce development services, labor market information, and job search employability tips to government and private boards, service groups, and job seekers. In addition to stints at a couple of local-area non-profit organizations, Kevin had a long career as an account executive and data analyst for a global market research company.

 

Kevin is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and looks forward to the day when they finally reach the Rose Bowl. He enjoys running, hiking, watching really bad movies, attending to his massive comic book collection, and is an avid Elvis Presley fan.

D 651.503.3229 // KDUMCUM@WESTMARC.ORG

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