Date taking office: January 25, 2017
Victor Flores, a second generation Arizonan, obtained his B.S. in Construction Engineering from Arizona State University. He worked for 15 years as the Senior Government and Community Relations Rep. with SRP and 5 years as the Director of Special Projects and Support with APS. While working for Arizona's two largest electric utility companies, he had the opportunity to engage with community leaders, elected officials throughout the state, as well as the Gila River Indian Community, the Navajo Nation, and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
In 2013, Victor founded Resource13 Public Affairs. Resource13 offers unique and valuable experiences to build and cement relationships for clients with business leaders, state and local government leaders, decision makers, and community stakeholders.
Victor is also heavily involved in his local community and has served as an elected school board member, President of a local town Chamber of Commerce,a member of the City of Phoenix Industrial Development Authority and Private Industry Council and Mayor of Phoenix Task force on Trade, Investment and Tourism with Mexico; boards of Valle del Sol, the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, ASU Alumni Association; State of Arizona Finance Authority and State of Arizona Housing Commission; Arizona Center for Public Policy Advisory Council (ThinkAZ), Valley of the Sun United Way and the Children’s Actions Alliance; national service on Homeland Secretary Napolitano’s Security Southwest Border Task Force and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute board as Congressman Ed Pastor’s designee.
Victor also completed a six year assignment on the State of Arizona Transportation Board (Chairman in 2013) and is a current member of the Arizona Judicial Council, the Arizona Justice Project Board, and the Arizona Mexico Commission Executive committee (7 years as President of the board), currently the Treasurer.