Two members of the CITY Center for Collaborative Learning board of directors have been selected for the 2017 cohort of 40-under-40 awards. Congratulations go to Andrés Cano and Mark Hotchkiss, who will both be honored at the annual celebration sponsored by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber on December 5.
Mark Hotchkiss is the Deputy County Attorney for Pima County. He joined the CITY board in 2014 and serves as Secretary. Andrés Cano is the Special Staff Assistant to Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias. He joined the CITY board in 2017 and serves on the governance committee. Andrés is also a 2009 graduate of City High School, one of three schools under the CITY Center for Collaborative Learning umbrella.