Careers in Arizona Government

Registration requested: spa_career@asu.edu

panel of alumni and public service professionals from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting, Office of the Auditor General, Office of Operations, Arizona Department of Administration, and Department of Economic Security will share their career stories and discuss career competencies and trending opportunities in workforce development with the State of Arizona.

Panelists

Jeremy Weber
Jeremy is a performance audit manager with the Arizona Office of the Auditor General, where he has worked for about 11 years. Prior to working for Arizona, Jeremy worked for 2 years as a performance auditor for the City of Atlanta, GA. During his time with the Auditor General’s Office, Jeremy has managed performance audits of many state agencies, including the Arizona Department of Transportation, Arizona Department of Revenue, Arizona Department of Child Safety, and various regulatory boards. 

Ben Henderson
Ben Henderson is the Deputy Chief of Operations for the State of Arizona. In this role he works primarily to deploy the Arizona Management System, a results-driven methodology for continuously improving the work of state government. This includes deploying tools for performance management, encouraging the use of data-driven decision making, in addition to facilitating interagency and stakeholder collaboration. Previously he has worked as a fiscal analyst for the Arizona Legislature, and in economic development and downtown revitalization for the City of Phoenix. 

Kaitlin Harrier
As a Manager for the Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting, Kaitlin analyzes and oversees fiscal operations of the Departments of Economic Security, Parks, Forestry, and Environmental Quality. She also works on strategic initiatives to accelerate Arizona’s workforce and economic development.

Hosted by the ASU ICMA Student Chapter.

Room: 
Patagonia Room - Lower Level of the Post Office
Location: 
522 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Campus: 
Downtown Phoenix