Freedom From Religion Foundation – Valley of the Sun Chapter
Board of Directors
Philip is serving as President of the Board of FFRF-VS and is the FFRF Arizona State Representative. In the past he served as the Mayor of Greendale, Missouri and on several non-profit boards including the University of Missouri Alumni Association, the Arizona Quality Alliance and the Harris Park Homeowners’ Association. He was a volunteer with the Valley Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization and an adjunct professor for the National Graduate School. Philip retired after thirty years as a senior manager with the Boeing Company and its various subsidiaries. He holds an MBA in technology management, a bachelor of science in physics, and a bachelor of fine art in design.
Tory is serving on the board of FFRF-VS as Vice-President, Treasurer, and as Chair of the Programming Committee. She is a tireless advocate for separation of church and state at the AZ State Capitol where she was formerly a professional lobbyist representing the Secular Coalition for Arizona. Now she is helping to restart the Secular Democrat Caucus at the Arizona legislature. She is a member of the Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix, Greater Phoenix Area Meetup Group, Freethought AZ, and is a lifetime member of FFRF. In her free time she enjoys road cycling, traveling, and hiking.
Enci is serving as Secretary and Communications Committee Chair on the board of FFRF-VS. She has been engaged in secular advocacy for over a decade and works as a freelancer providing graphics design, video production, and other online tech services. She has previously served as president of Compassion & Choices AZ chapter, an advocacy org for medical-aid-in-dying for terminally ill patients, and as Secretary for SecularAZ and Americans United for Separation of Church & State (AU-GP). She also volunteered with RepresentUS, an anti-corruption org, and Bernie2016tv, a grassroots media group promoting the 2016 presidential campaign of Sen Bernie Sanders. She has a Bachelor’s in Psychology and two health-related minors from Valparaiso University, and is a strong believer in lifelong-learning and self-education. She had been an ophthalmic technician for over 15 years, last working on a travelling surgical team before being diagnosed with (and beating) cancer, after which she shifted her career to technology in 2014. She enjoys playing guitar and gardening, and lives in Phoenix with her husband and animals.