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Council Member Tina Conde

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Council Member Tina Conde

Email: tconde@avondaleaz.gov
Office: 
623-333-1912
Staff: 623-333-1613 

Tina Conde was appointed in 2017 to serve on the Avondale City Council in the capacity of Council Member; her term began in September of 2017.

Council member Conde has been involved in her community for many years. She currently serves on the Advisory Board for A New Leaf (West Valley), is a board member of the Women Fulfilling Purpose Leadership Academy, is a Commissioned Leader at Skyway Church and also serves as chairperson for the Avondale Interfaith Council. She serves on the board of the Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank.  She serves as a representative on the Avondale Interfaith Council Group, on the Avondale Contributions Assistance Review Committee, and on the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Human Services Coordinating Committee. Previously she served as a member of the Neighborhood & Family Services Commission and the Avondale Municipal Arts Committee and since 2016 has volunteered for the Avondale Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.

A realtor by profession, Tina is also a member of WeMAR (West Maricopa Association of Realtors) and has been a member of the National Association of Realtors since 2002. Deeply passionate about the community, Council Member Conde founded Ascend Housing Resource in 2014, a non-profit organization that provides transitional housing to those that do not meet the qualifications for traditional housing. In 2015 Ascend Housing was awarded the Community Star Award by the Governor’s Office of Faith & Community Partnerships. She is also a proud graduate of the Avondale Citizens Leadership Academy and the Avondale Citizens Police Academy.

Council member Conde has called Avondale home since 2009. Her husband, Tony, and their 3 daughters enjoy spending time together and exploring all their community has to offer. 

 

Council member Conde is chair of the Interfaith Council. To learn more about the Interfaith Council and how to get involved, click here