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Executive Director:
Dennis Smith
Administration

Assistant Director:
Amy St. Peter, M.P.A.
Administration

Government Relations Manager:
Nathan Pryor
Administration

Executive Assistant/Policy Agenda Coordinator:
Valerie Day
Administration

Regional Program Manager:
Denise McClafferty, M.P.A.
Administration

International Economic Development Analyst III:
Alana Chávez Langdon, M.P.A.
Administration

Regional Research Analyst I:
Natalia Cuneo
Administration

Administrative Assistant II:
Melissa Bettis
Administration

The Administrative Division is responsible for coordinating information received from various technical committees. This information is forwarded to the MAG Management Committee, Transportation Policy Committee, MAG Executive Committee, and the MAG Regional Council. To assist in the coordination and understanding of this information, meetings with Intergovernmental Representatives are held. To take a longer policy view, annual goals are reviewed by the members of the MAG Regional Council Executive Committee and approved in the MAG Unified Planning Work Program. External relationships with other organizations, such as the National Association of Regional Councils, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, East Valley Partnership, WESTMARC, the Business Coalition, and other local business groups, are also part of our administrative functions. The funding for MAG is administered by the MAG Fiscal Services Division.

To carry out its core missions, MAG conducts extensive applied research to drive its planning and policy-making activities. As part of its transportation planning activities, for example, MAG funds and conducts primary quantitative and qualitative research to determine transportation trends, behaviors, and priorities and to inform computer models to determine effects on transportation plans and projects. Click here to learn more about how research is an important aspect MAG’s mission.