Fain Signature Group’s Media Lead tapped President of Humboldt Education Foundation
This week the Humboldt Education Foundation elected Guy Roginson as President of the Board. A resident of central Arizona since 2004, Roginson is the Executive Editor of Fain Signature Group’s Talking Glass Media, home to SignalsAZ.com, TG Magazine and CAST11 podcast. He has been serving on the Humboldt Education Foundation Board since 2019 and also currently serves as a committee member on The 100 Men Who Care Organization. He has served on the Prescott Valley Police Department’s Citizens Advisory Committee (2019), was a board member of the Prescott Airport Users Association (2016) and was also a member of a group of Prescott residents who started the ad-hoc “Prescott Area Tourism” Committee in 2009. Recently, Roginson and Talking Glass Media have been working with the Arizona State Board of Education, Digital Communication Standards Validation Committee, on updating the Digital Communications Curriculum for Arizona students.
“As we enter 2021, I look forward to working with the HEF board and school district (HUSD) to guide our efforts and begin developing strategies for growth in what looks like the beginning of a post-pandemic phase in our communities. We have already launched strategic development efforts and I am very optimistic. There is so much opportunity in our Town and so many great things happening in the Humboldt Unified School District. We need to stay persistent, find ways to pivot during these changing times, and keep moving forward for our schools,” says Roginson. “My efforts in this regard are well aligned with the overall mission of my role at Fain Signature Group, and that is to support our community and make a great life for all. I can’t think of a better place to start than with our schools, teachers and students. One of our biggest initiatives for 2021 is developing the HEF Volunteer Network. For those of you who want to get involved with your community, be a part of future events, and make a big difference in the lives of students and teachers, I encourage you to join us. You might even have a little fun along the way and make some great friends. Please go to: https://humboldteducationfoundation.org/contact/ and let us know you are ready to volunteer.”
About HEF and HUSD
The Humboldt Education Foundation (HEF) is an organization that helps support the students and teachers of the Humboldt Unified School District. HEF supports and administers the Hungry Kids Project; the Teacher of the Year Recognition; student scholarships and mini-grants to teachers; and other projects benefiting the students and staff of the Humboldt Unified School District in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
The Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) is the largest school district in Yavapai County, spanning approximately 320 square miles, and is the second largest employer in Prescott Valley. The District serves approximately 5,800 students and is comprised of 10 schools (one high school, two middle schools, one K-8 school, five K-6 schools, and one preschool).
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