Antionette Speer, In 2018, Antionette graduated with her master’s degree in Business Management emphasizing Leadership from Grand Canyon University. On her drive to work each day the city she lives in is on one side and the community she’s a member of, works for, serves and loves is on the other. She feels blessed beyond measure to have a career that allows her to create opportunity for others to have a promising future.
During her early career she worked for Arizona Department of Transportation as a Case Manager, the Madison School District, and the Phoenix Union High School District as a Special Education secretary. She and her husband owned and operated Speer Technologies for several years as well. She began working for GRIC in their Police Department, and now works for the Employment and Training WIOA program as the Pathways Outreach Coordinator where she focuses on creating partnerships with other employers, and departments to help and serve community members on their career paths.
Antionette is a member of the Gila River Indian Community. She has been married to her husband David for 12 years and they have three children: two daughters and one son. They live in Laveen, AZ.