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  • Supervisor Rex Scott, Vice Chair, District 1

    Supervisor Rex Scott

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    2023 Spring Town Hall Series:

    Tuesday, March 28th from 6:30pm - 8:00pm Catalina Community Center, 16562 N. Oracle Rd.
    Monday, April 3rd  from 6:00pm - 7:30pm Oro Valley Library, 1305 W. Naranja Dr.
    Wednesday, April 12th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm PCC-NW Campus, 7600 N. Shannon Rd.
    Tuesday, April 18th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm Dusenberry-River Library, 5605 E. River Rd.
    Thursday, April 27th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm Sabino High School, 5000 N. Bowes Rd.
    Pima County District 1 Town Hals

    Pima County Supervisor Rex Scott was elected to represent District One in November of 2020 and took office at the start of 2021. He has been married to a fellow career educator since 1994 and they are the parents of adult twins. For most of those years, the family has lived in District One and the twins are graduates of Mountain View High School in the Marana Unified School District.

    Supervisor Scott grew up in Athens, Ohio and earned two bachelor’s degrees from Ohio University, which is in Athens. In 1987, at the age of 24, he became the first Ohio University student elected to serve on Athens City Council. He was re-elected in 1989, chaired the Finance Committee in his second term and joined with two of his colleagues to start the city’s curbside recycling program.

    In 1991, Supervisor Scott moved to Pima County to take a position teaching social studies at Flowing Wells Junior High School, one of three schools in District One that he served during his career as a public-school educator. In 2000, Supervisor Scott began his 19-year career as an administrator working in both middle and high schools. During that time, he was an assistant principal at Ironwood Ridge High School and the principal at Tortolita Middle School, both District One schools.

    In his free time, Supervisor Scott enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking in our beautiful deserts and mountains, running on The Loop or in Sabino Canyon and reading. He is a longtime fan of the Cincinnati Reds and Miami Dolphins, which helps him to practice patience! The book that has influenced his values and beliefs more than any other is Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl.

    Kate Hiller

    Kate Hiller 


    Kate Hiller has a strong dedication to empowering low-income youth and adults in Tucson.  She has worked in the non-profit sector as a Philanthropy Officer for over 30 years addressing homelessness, hunger, domestic abuse and youth development.  Kate also spent a number of years in the private sector as a partner in her husband’s architectural firm providing interior design and a project management. Kate is a long-time resident of Tucson, a graduate of Catalina High School and has her BS in Community Planning from Prescott College.   

    A life-long bike commuter, Kate caught cycling fever when her son became a competitive cyclist in high school.  Kate spends time riding the Huckelberry Loop and the roads of Tucson.  She is also a clay artist and loves cooking meals for family and friends. Kate is excited to be a part of the District 1 team working with Supervisor Scott and furthering the goals of District 1 and Pima County. 

    Favorite things to do in District1: 
    Ride the Huckelberry Loop to Catalina State Park 
    Eat at Fini’s Landing
    • Hike Pima Canyon

    Cami Evans

    Cami Evans 


    A native Tucsonan, Cami has threatened to leave many times but only ever managed to make it to Phoenix for about five years before returning to her beloved big little town of Tucson.   

    Cami brings over 25 years of customer service in human resources, account management, and executive support to Supervisor Scott’s office and hopes her listening and problem solving skills serve District One constituents well.  She spent over 16 years with the Pima County Sheriff’s Department and over a decade in the corporate world in the telecommunications sector.  She hopes to empower the public to more fully utilize their local government resources. 

    Cami attended TUSD schools, Pima Community College and the U of A.  She is the proud mom of a current TUSD student.  Cami engages in and has served on the board on different parent associations.  She participates in Southern Arizona Women Leading Government events and varied local volunteer organizations, including her favorite local cause, the Steele Children’s Research Center. 

    An avid listener, Cami likes listening of all kinds—to music or bird songs on a patio at sunset, or friends, family, and laughter.  She might like talking just as much.  When the world is ‘open’, she loves traveling to visit friends and to attend medical conferences.    

    Kim Challender

    Kim Briggs


    Kim was born in Flint, Michigan but has called Tucson her home for almost 30 years. Her first trip to Tucson was in 1991.  “I got off the plane, smelled the desert air, and knew immediately, this was home.”

    Kim joined Pima County in 2014 as a Senior Administrative Assistant for the Pima County Recorder’s Office.  In 2018 was promoted to Assistant Chief Deputy.  She brings over 30 years of experience in business and organizational management for Fortune 500 organizations and local businesses alike.

    Kim has a Master of Business Administration and has been a Certified Elections Officer in the State of Arizona since 2015.  Kim is driven by providing excellent constituent service.  The role of Executive Aide for Supervisor Rex Scott gives her the opportunity to use her customer service skills in an expanded role for the county.  Kim is a proud parent of a Mountain View High School graduate and was a board member of the band parents’ association. She enjoys outdoor activities including scenic photography, golf, and hiking (with her boxer pup Ollie). 

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    Supervisor Rex Scott

    Pima County, Arizona
    District 1
    33 N. Stone Ave., 11th Floor
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    Phone: (520) 724-2738
    Fax: (520) 724-8489
    Email: District1@pima.gov

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